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Radar: May 19th, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for TUESDAY, MAY 19th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

WORDS | Hal Niedzviecki's The Peep Diaries
Hal Niedzviecki's launches The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbours, about social media, pop culture, and criss-crossing the privacy line.
Gladstone Hotel Ballroom, 1214 Queen Street W.
730pm / $5, FREE with book purchase

LECTURE | How To Save The World
A panel discussion and debate about the future course of environmental policies, with scholar Thomas Homer-Dixon, journalist Gregg Easterbrook, and economic think-tank head Terry Anderson.
Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. (416) 586-5797.
7-8pm / FREE

STAGE | Eternal Hydra
Crow's Theatre premieres Anton Piatigorsky's Eternal Hydra, a tale about a rediscovered novel that sparks a string of controversies. Starring David Ferry, Sam Malkin, Liisa Repo-Martell, and Karen Robinson. Opens tonight, runs to May 31st.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street. (416) 975-8555.
8pm / $15-30

PARTY | Footwork B-Boy Battle
A one-on-one hip-hop b-boy battle to crown the master of footwork combinations and style. With music by DJ Fase and Scuffs.
Wrongbar, 1279 Queen Street W.
11pm / FREE

MUSIC | Blue October at The Phoenix
Rock band Blue October plays in support of their newest release Approaching Normal.
Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street. (416) 323-1251.
9pm / $25

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