Radar: June 4th, 2009

Photo: "tunnel on a bike trail" by Reza Vaziri, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for THURSDAY JUNE 4th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

BAR NIGHT | Trivia Night at the Magpie
Got a head stuffed full of useless facts? Turn them into cold, hard cash at the Magpie's monthly trivia night! Categories include 80s action films, books, and high school movies/TV shows.
831 Dundas Street West
8pm / $10 per team

GALLERIES | All My Friends are Imaginary
Kate Domina incorporates classical representational painting with surreal and whimsical narratives. Her latest series is a psychoanalytical exploration of adolescence.
129 Ossington Ave
Reception: 7-10pm, runs to June 27

THEATRE | Fever - a moonlight burlesque
Jazz burlesque show featuring live music and six sultry dancers. Enter a world reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour, big band energy and steamy speakeasies.
Second City, 56 Blue Jays Way
11pm / $25

THEATRE | InspiraTO Festival
The festival of 10-minute plays kicks off tonight. This season's plays range from hilarious to dramatic and everything in between, all based on the theme of "taste". Runs to June 13.
Lorraine Kimsa Studio Theatre
165 Front Street East
8pm / $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Join LEAF staff and volunteers at the Victory Cafe for LEAFy Drinks. Have a pint and meet other Toronto tree lovers.
581 Markham Street

SPORTS | MEC Bike Repair Workshop
Cycle to this evening workshop hosted by Mountain Equipment Co-op staff. Learn simple tips on how to maintain your bicycle. Beginners and intermediates.
MEC, 400 King Street West
7-8:30pm / FREE

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