Pho Show by Jake Martella

Radar: March 30th, 2009

Toronto events on the Radar for MONDAY, MARCH 30th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

FUN | Awkward Show + Tell: Weird Work-School Stuff
An open mic night full of stories and awkward moments from work or school. Peel that passive-aggressive sign from your corporate lunch dishwasher and make your co-worker famous.
Victory Cafe - Upstairs, 581 Markham Street.
830pm / FREE

ENVIRONMENT | The Climate Crisis: What People Are Doing in Your Community
Free screening of Al Gore's new enviro-doc, New Thinking on the Climate Crisis, followed by a discussion on environmental efforts in the community. Guests include Toronto West Carbon Reduction Action Group, Green Neighbours 21, Green Together, KAIROS, LEAF, Live Green, and Local Food Plus.
OISE, 252 Bloor Street W, Room 414.
730-930pm / FREE

PARTY | Rusko Live at The Social
Leeds' dub artist Rusko gets scenesters off their complacent butts, tonight at the Social. Featuring Rod Azlan, Sek One, and Sidenote.
The Social, 1100 Queen Street W. (416) 532-4474.

MUSIC | Cut Off Your Hands at Horseshoe
New Zealanders Cut Off Your Hands
stir up a pop frenzy 'round Queen and Spadina. Toronto's Boys Who Say No open -- don't pick this night to arrive fashionably late.
Horseshoe Tavern. 370 Queen Street W, (416) 598-4753.
9pm / $10

STAGE | Transit and Moving and Access
Parkdale Project Read presents the 4th Annual community cabaret to raise funds for their adult reading and writing program.
The Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen Street West
7-10pm / $10

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Photo: "Pho Show" by Jake Martella, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

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