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Radar: June 24, 2009

Photo: "Pride_2009_Toronto" by EvK1, member of the BlogTO Flickr pool

Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JUNE 24, 2009
... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

PARTIES | The 5th Annual Pride Toronto Gala & Awards Ceremony
The official introductory ceremony to honour individuals and groups who, through excellence in their work, have created a positive impact on the lives of or perception of gay and lesbian communities. The night includes a paired dining experience, a silent auction, fabulous entertainment and much more.
The Carlu, 444 Yonge Street

FILM | Film Screening: 24 Stitches Per Second
A series of short films made with textile art translated into film and run through a projector at 24 frames per second, curated by Allyson Mitchell
Textile Museum Of Canada, 55 Centre Avenue
Members $10, Non-members $12, students PWYC / 6:30pm

COMEDY | Carnegie Hall Calls In Favours!
Four of Toronto's finest comic minds come together with evening dress and mindless optimism for a modern twist on the variety show, including a retrospective of the best improv scenes ever, a live improvised radio play, and a special guest performer!
Bread & Circus Theatre, 299 Augusta

MUSIC | 4th Best Live Showcase
The Toronto Independent Music Awards presents the 4th BEST LIVE showcase, feature performances from Janine Farragher, Elyse Simpson, Lizzy Clarke and the Pretty Boys, The Strip, Beth Moore, Japhy, and The Al Lukas Band
doors 7:30 PM / $7 or FREE with season pass

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