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Radar: June 22, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY JUNE 22, 2009
... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

MUSIC | Hank & Lily at the Drake
VIctoria, BC's Hank & Lily are two oddball characters who've come straight out of your wildest nightmares onto the stage, bringing their vaudeville-esque horror show to Elvis Monday at the Drake.
Drake Hotel Underground, 1150 Queen St W / FREE / 10:00

FOOD | Reversing Aging with Raw Foods
Yafa Sakkejha gives an introduction to the "raw foods" movement, a fast-growing new healthy diet that naturally counteracts the signs of aging and is a useful aid in fighting the effects of cancer.
Whole Foods Yorkville, 87 Avenue Road

WORKSHOPS | Hands On Rope Bondage
A workshop on how to properly and safely enjoy the excitement that rope bondage can bring without any risk of injury.
Come As You Are, 701 Queen St W

TV | Andrew Reggitt and the Dealership
WGC Screenwriting Award winner Andrew Wreggitt joins us for a screening of his new pilot for The Dealership, and discusses the art of writing a TV series and creating a pilot.
Camera Lounge, 1028 Queen W

MUSIC | Team B with New Numbers
Arcade Fire and Beirut collaborator Kelly Pratt performs with his new Team B project, which features members of both bands. With Brooklyn's New Numbers.
Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen Street W

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