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Radar: June 2nd, 2009

Photo: "The pole, the ladder, and the lifesaver" by 24by36, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for TUESDAY JUNE 2nd, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

COMEDY | Hotbox Premiere
Come and watch the premiere of Hotbox. It promises to be a "sloppy, sloppy night". Pat Thornton and the cast will be in attendance!
Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor Street West
10pm / $8

MUSIC | TV on the Radio
Brooklyn-based TVotR brings their brand of melancholic rock to Sound Academy.
11 Polson St.
8pm / $22.50 (19+)

SPORTS | Tour the Leslie Street Spit
Roll with the Outing Club of East York for a Tuesday night cycle through the Don Valley to the Leslie Street Spit and back.
7pm-9pm / FREE

MUSIC | Nine Inch Nails and Jane's Addiction
NINJA (Nine Inch Nails + Jane's Addiction) play the Ampitheatre tonight. 30% chance of rain, better chance of smashed instruments.
7pm / $12.66 - $249.00

GALLERY | The Nature of Things: Nature in Focus Environmental Photography Exhibition
CBC's The Nature of Things and Planet in Focus present a retrospective of selected winners from the NATURE IN FOCUS environmental photography competition, now in its fifth year. Runs to June 9.
CBC, 250 Front Street West

LECTURE | Christopher Hitchens
The controversial author fills us in on why God isn't his homeboy.
ROM, 100 Queen's Park
7pm / $28

OTHER | live debate: Marijuana: Legalize it?'s first online Liveblog debate will focus on the issue of decriminalizing marijuana. Should weed be decriminalized or should the war on drugs continue unabated? Join the live debate to have your say.

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