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Radar: May 27th, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

DANCE | National Ballet of Canada: Giselle
Sir Peter Wright's romantic ballet Giselle is a tale of love, betrayal, and the supernatural. Starring Principal Dancer Chan Hon Goh, who bids the company farewell in this final role. Runs to May 31st.
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen Street W.
730pm / $115-135

PARTY | Ghostly International 10-Year Anniversary
Record label Ghostly International shakes up West Queen West with Lusine, Michna, Raw Paw, Tycho, Milosh, and SV4, as part of worldwide gigs marking their 10th anniversary.
The Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen Street West. (416) 531-5042.
8pm / $15, $10 advance

WORDS | Jeff Rubin in Conversation with Heather Reisman
Economist Jeff Rubin launches his timely book Why Your World is About to Get a Whole Lot Smaller about energy bailouts. Heather Reisman interviews.
Indigo Books, Manulife Centre, 55 Bloor Street W.
7-9 pm / FREE

ART | Cosmic Revolutions
Steam Whistle Brewing presents Canadian Astronomy Images, in honour of the International Year of Astronomy. Opening reception tonight, runs to June 26th.
Steam Whistle Brewery Roundhouse, 255 Bremner Boulevard. (416) 362-2337 x 246.
6-10pm / FREE

FILM | TIFF Student Film Showcase
TIFF presents its sixth annual Student Film Showcase, with 13 films from student filmmakers across Canada.
AMC Yonge & Dundas, 10 Dundas Street E.
730pm / $8

FILM | Subtext at ROM
Continuing the discussion from ROM's Housepaint exhibit is the premiere of Subtext, a document of Toronto's Tent City and its residents. A panel talk/Q+A follows, with director Eric Weissman and two former residents of Tent City.
Royal Ontario Museum - Signy and ClĂŠophĂŠe Eaton Theatre, 100 Queen's Park Circle.
7pm / $10, $8 students + seniors

MUSIC | AM Mayhem: Hall and Oates vs. Huey Lewis
A battle to see which '80s AC hits reign supreme: "Maneater" or "Hip to be Square"? Bands taking on the challenge include Recordbreaker, Santa With Muscles, Currently In These United States, and Mr. Nanny.
Rancho Relaxo, 300 College Street.
9pm / $5

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