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Radar: March 31st, 2009

Toronto events on the Radar for TUESDAY, MARCH 31st, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

STAGE | Dedicated to the Revolutions
Using whiteboards, songs, and demos, DTTR explores seven scientific revolutions (Gutenberg, Copernican, Newtonian, Industrial, Darwinian, Nuclear, Information) and how they've affected our lives. Runs to April 12th.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street. (416) 975-8555.
8pm / $25, $15 students + youth

MUSIC | Wavves at Sneaky Dee's
Wavves, one of the big buzz tickets at SXSW 2009, kinda sound like last year's big buzz ticket No Age. But go judge for yourself at Sneaky Dee's tonight. Vampire Hands and The Bitters open.
Sneaky Dee's, 431 College Street. (416) 603-3090.
9pm / $11 advance, $13 doors

COMEDY | Not Safe For Work
A viral video showcase of the best and worst of the Internet. Hosted by Jared Sales and Tal Zimerman, with guest hosts Jon Dore and Sean Cullen appearing via webcam.
Rivoli, 334 Queen Street W. (416) 596-1908.
9pm show, 830pm doors / PWYC

ENVIRONMENT | Toronto Greenhouse Launch
Toronto Greenhouse, a monthly green business networking forum, launches tonight. Entrance includes appetizers and a drink ticket.
Steam Whistle Brewery Roundhouse, 255 Bremner Boulevard.
630pm / $20 advance, $30 doors

LECTURE | Lets Talk About Porn
Panelists discuss pornography, the adult film industry, and their effect on gender, sexuality, youth culture and sexual stereotypes. Q+A follows. Get tickets at 6 Hoskin Ave, Trinity College, from 12-2pm and 5-6pm or email womenoutloud@gmail.com.
George Ignatieff Theatre, 15 Devonshire Place.
7pm / $10, $5 University of Toronto students

MUSIC | Weakerthans at Phoenix
The Weakerthans kick off the first of three shows in their Rolling Tundra tour. Must-see band The Constantines open. All ages.
Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street. (416) 323-1251.
730pm / $25 advance

WORDS | This Is Not A Reading Series: Bryan D. Palmer
Author and labour historian Bryan D. Palmer speaks with Rick Salutin about his new book Canada's 1960s: The Ironies of Identity in a Rebellious Era.
Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street W. (416) 598-1447.
730pm, 7pm doors / $5, free with book purchase

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