Radar: Nuit Blanche 2010, Vegan Bake-Off, Reality Bytes, Toronto Roller Derby Semi-Finals, Sunday Night Live w/ Amanda Walsh, Nuit Talks: When Critics Speak
ART | Nuit Blanche
You don't really need me to tell you about this one. Nuit Blanche will be everywhere tonight from 6:57pm until tomorrow morning. Check our guide for info and maps, plus the BlogTO Events Page which is mostly flooded with individual Nuit Blanche events.
FOOD | Vegan Bake-Off
Vegan baking seems like an impossible task but it's actually pretty easy. The only difficult part is making it taste good without all of the butter and eggs (usually the best part). Well to celebrate World Vegetarian Day, there will be a Vegan Bake-Off down at the Harbourfront. If you think you have what it takes, anyone can register!
Harbourfront Community Centre, 627 Queens Quay West, $3, 2pm
PARTY | Reality Bytes
It seems like just about everywhere has a version of a 90's night, and now The Augusta House is jumping on board. Aptly titled Reality Bytes, you can count on everything from 90's culture that you love and wish you could forget. This party focuses mostly on alt '90s music like NIN and Hole though, so probably don't except any BSB.
Augusta House, 152 Augusta Ave, Free, 9pm
SPORTS | Toronto Roller Derby Semi-Finals
It's nearing the end of the Toronto Roller Derby season, which means semi-finals, which means extra high stakes. Tonight it's The Gore-Gore Rollergirls taking on the Smoke City Betties for the chance at winning the coveted The Boot. This probably means more aggression and hopefully more hits.
The Hangar, 75 Carl Hall Rd, $18, 6:30pm
COMEDY | Sunday Night Live w/ Amanda Walsh
She had to reschedule last weekend due to a conflict, but this weekend former MuchMusic VJ Amanda Walsh is definitely hosting Sunday Night Live with The Sketchersons. I can only assume the show will be extra good since they had two weeks to rehearse it?
Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor St W, $8, 9:30pm
ART | Nuit Talks: When Critics Speak...
By now, Nuit Blanche will be over and everyone will be going on-and-on about what they liked and what they didn't like. If you want to hear people who actually kinda know what they're talking about critiquing stuff, head to The Drake Underground where a panel of art critics will be talking about what they loved and hated.
The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen St W, Free, 4pm
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