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Radar: June 9th, 2009

Photo: "2009 06 01" by small fat, member of the blogTO Flickr pool.

Events on Toronto's Radar for TUESDAY JUNE 9th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

FILM | Capturing Reality: The Art of Documentary
Swing by the NFB for the ultimate documentary: a documentary about documentaries! The film includes interviews with 30 documentary creators and clips from landmark docs. A Q&A session with writer/director Pepita Ferrari, producer Michelle van Beusekom and two of Capturing Reality's interview subjects follows the screening. Also runs tomorrow.
NFB, 150 John Street
7pm / FREE

COMMUNITY | KRS One's Stop the Violence Town Hall Meeting
Proving that he can think very deeply, KRS-ONE leads a discussion about how to curb violence in hip hop and black communities.
City Hall, 100 Queen Street West
6-9:30pm / FREE

BOOKS AND LIT | Gothic Toronto: Writing the City Macabre
Luminato reading with Michelle Wan, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Cherie Dimaline, Andrew Pyper, Nalo Hopkinson and Tasleem Thawar.
Music Gallery, 197 John Street
7:30pm / FREE

ART| The Keyhole Sessions
Turn your creative crank at a life drawing session with a sexy alterna edge. B.Y.O. Flask.
Lower Ossington Theatre, 100 Ossington Ave.
7:30pm-10pm / $12

ART| Redball Project
The big red ball bounces into the Financial District.
First Canadian Place, 100 King Street West

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