Radar: June 19, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JUNE 10th, 2009â¨... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
MUSIC | Fond of Tigers + Brides at the Music Gallery
Fond Of Tigers play a strange mix of off-kilter jazz, ambient sound sculpture, and abstract improvisation that results in beautiful cacophony...
With very special (and noisy) guests Brides.
Doors 8pm / Tickets $10 ($5 for MG members)
PARTIES | Hip-Hop Karaoke
Hip-Hop Karaoke nights began in New York City in 2004, and quickly became one of the hottest parties around... Celebrate the hip-hop nation with some seriously talented MC's and DJ's spinning and spitting your favourite tracks!
Revival, 783 College
SPORTS | 2nd Annual Solstice Capture The Flag
A massive game of Capture the Flag, all welcome!
FREE / High Park / meet at Bloor and High Park at 8:30pm
TECHNOLOGY | Introduction to iPhone Application Development
Dan Drew, senior architect at Brightspark hosts a workshop explaining the tips and tricks behind designing your own iPhone App. No experience required, although some would help.
Ted Rogers School of Management, 575 Bay St
MUSIC | Subhumans at the Kathedral
The Subhumans were one of the originators of the UK's anarchistic punk movement; from 1980-1985 they embodied the DIY attitude of punk rock, influencing thousands of future bands.
Kathedral, 651 Queen St W / $15
ENVIRONMENT | The Ecosavvy Festival: how to screen through all the green
The 2nd Annual EcoSavvy Festival focuses on helping consumers to make informed choices while promoting local and sustainable businesses and organizations, with live music, An EcoFashion Show, Organic Food Sampling and more!
FREE / Mel Lastman Square
MUSIC | YYZ Records NXNE Showcase
YYZ Records NXNE Showcase features performances from great bands such like Madrid, Kidstreet and TMDP, with a surprise guest DJ!
Drake Hotel, 1150 Queen St W
PARTIES | RTRD'D
A fun electro-dance party, the RTR'D DJ's spin a mix of past and present club bangers.
Augusta House, 152A Augusta Ave
MUSIC | NXNE: The Craft Economy+Golden Triangle+The Ghost Is Dancing+People You Know
Brooklyn's buzz-worthy Golden Triangle headline a night of music that also features local indie-rock crew The Ghost Is Dancing.
Velvet Underground, 510 Queen Street West
-- POSTPONED -- FILM/PARTY | African Film and Music Festival
The festival's opening night features a screening of Egyptian director Khaled El Hagar's film Kobolat Masrooka (Stolen Kisses).
Cinesphere at Ontario Place / 7pm / afterparty at the South Beach at Ontario Place / 8pm
Sorry, we didn't get the memo about this event being postponed, but according to Twitter, this is the case.
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