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Radar: August 3, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY AUGUST 3, 2009
... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

THEATRE | Intervention #54
Intervention Monday is an experimental theatre troupe that draws upon draws upon the deepest, most decadent and over-indulgent possibilities of the human psyche as inspiration to combat the banality of everyday life.
The Ossington, 61 Ossington Ave

MUSIC | The Decemberists
The Decemberists' brand of thoughtful, lyrical indie rock has often been compared to fellow west-coast band Death Cab For Cutie, and the band's status as college radio favourites has landed them a great deal of success for a band with such artful ambitions. Their new album "The Hazards Of Love" takes their storytelling tendencies even further with character-driven songs and an underlying narrative.
Kool Haus, 132 Queens Qay / $30.50 / ALL AGES

FESTIVAL | Caribbean Gospel Music Festival
The massive, city-wide celebration of Caribana week continues with this festival-style showcase, featuring some of the Caribbean's most powerful gospel voices, including Judith Gayle Wright, Minister Goddy Goddy, Sean Daniel, Cariene Davis and Latoya Cunningham.
Revival Time Tabernacle, 4340 Dufferin / $12-$15 / 4pm-10pm

MUSIC | Tattoos and Tears
Singer/songwriters Jamieson Eakin, Peter Jaskiewicz and Christianna Zinga all have a strong connection to Toronto's queer community (even participating in the Queer Idol competition earlier this year), and team up tonight for a carnival cabaret of original acoustic tunes.
Statler's Lounge, 487 Church St

PARTIES | The 38th Annual Summer Antiques Sale at Sherway Gardens
Toronto's oldest and largest antiquing event opens at Sherway Gardens with more than 10,000 antiques and collectibles on display, including furniture, timepieces, coins, jewelry and much more! Perfect for experienced collectors and a great introduction for those interested. To August 9.
25 The West Mall, Etobicoke / 10am-6pm / FREE

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