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Radar: June 1st, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY JUNE 1st, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

WORDS | Strong Words Fourth Anniversary Reading
Get lit at the Strong Words' fourth anniversary reading! Featured readers include Andrew Daley, Packanimal, Matt Shaw, Julia Tausch, Richard Todd and Truth Is.
Gladstone Melody Bar
7pm/ PWYC 19+

MUSIC | Doves
Doves roost at the Koolhaus to promote their 4-years-in-the-making 4th album.
132 Queen's Quay East
9pm / $26.50 all ages

PARTY | Spring Screening II: The Snack Pack
Smug pictures presents an evening of film, poetry, comedy, art, and music. Funds raised will benefit children in Nepal.
8pm / $8

LECTURE | Artist Talk: Carsten Nicolai and Olaf Bender
Public lecture by the co-owners of raster-noton, the single most influential German electronic record label.
OCAD
100 McCaul Street, Central Hall, Room 230
4:45pm / Free

PARTY | Raster-Noton Toronto Showcase
raster-noton takes over the Drake with a night of techno and experimental artists including Alva Noto, Byetone, Orphx, and Mike Gibbs.
1150 Queen Street West
9pm / $10, $8 students

COMEDY | Monday Macro
2 solid sets of improv performed by up and comers and Bad Dog cast members. And there's beer!
Black Swan, 154 Danforth Ave.
8pm / $5

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