Radar: June 17, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JUNE 10th, 2009â¨...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
MUSIC | City Sonic at NXNE: Woodhands, Fucked Up, Lioness, D'Urbervilles and more!
The official NXNE Gala afterparty featuring performances by Woodhands, Lioness, the D'Urbervilles, JJ Ipsen and DJ sets by Famous Players, Tricky Carerra, Fucked Up and Geoff Snack.
Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen st W / 9pm-4am / $5 before 11 - $10 after.
COMMUNITY | Newcomer Cycling Outreach Poster Campaign Launch
A campaign launch and press conference to celebrate the first ever cross-cultural cycling outreach campaign, presented by CultureLink and the Toronto Cyclists Union.
2pm / 2340 Dundas St. W. Suite 301
MUSIC | Patrick Wolf
British singer-songwriter Patrick Wolf brings his unique and multi-instrumental tunes to Toronto in support of his new album "The Bachelor". With the Plasticines, Living Things and Jaguar Love.
Mod Club, 722 College Street
PARTIES | NXNE @ the Social : DJ Showcase - 4am license!
Featuring sets by NROTB, CONOR CUTZ, TMDP, GINGY, GOLDEN GLOVES, KISSETTE / ROULETTE, FRAGGLE ROCK, and ROB PATERSON
The Social, 1100 Queen / Doors at 10pm
FASHION | The Cutting Edge at the Textile Museum of Canada
A guided tour of The Cutting Edge exhibit at the Textile Museum of Canada, featuring work by Issey Miyake, Rashmi Varma, Lyn Carter and more.
Free with admission / 6:30pm
COMEDY | Carnegie Hall Proclaims the Paragons
A modern twist on the variety show that showcases the best entertainers that Toronto has to offer, as well as a retrospective on the greatest improv scenes ever and a live improvised radio play. Featuring Matt Baram, Ron Pederson, Naomi Snieckus, Chris Gibbs, Jeff Raimondo, Sandy Jobin Bevans, Jackie English and singer Nick Babatsikos.
The Bread & Circus, 299 Augusta Ave
BOOKS | THE POWER OF WOMEN UNITED Business Networking Event & Book Launch
Unite with more than 500 businesswomen as Tina Dezsi and Lia Bandola launch their new book, "The Power of Women United". Includes business networking, an inspiring presentation, and book signing.
Mcnally Robinson, 1090 Don Mills Road / FREE / 7:00pm
MUSIC | BEST LIVE SHOWCASE
The Toronto Independent Music Awards presents the third "best live" showcase. Featuring nominees Steph Dunn, Marianne Turner, Atlantis Blueprint, KC Roberts, Big Blue X and Zopiclone.
The Central, 603 Markham Street
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