Toronto Events November 22 2010

Radar: Mustard Pimp at The Social, Transform Your Health 2010, Fefe Dobson Album Release, Trans Film Night, Alun Piggins at Mitzi's Sister


MUSIC | MUSTARD PIMP (DIM MAK, France) @ The Social
Tonight's installment of Meeting Mondays features the French duo of Mustard Pimp, and original DJ act inspired by more aggressive sounds such as metal. Well known for their prolific mixtape output as well as their remixing talents, they are joined tonight by Kolt 45, Nav C & Hutch, Adge, and Deanious. The Social (1100 Queen St. W) 10PM $10

LECTURE | Transform Your Health 2010
Two great speakers make up this informative event on maintaining health and energy, and their connection to our eating habits. Author Paul Nilson will be discussing his latest book The Daylight Diet, which traces the correlation between the Earth's rotation and human digestion. Nurse and health educator Jenny Berkeley will discuss being pro-active about one's health, and the relationship between dehydration and disease. Pre-registration is required. The Big Carrot (348 Danforth Ave) 7PM $25/$20 students

MUSIC | Fefe Dobson Album Release Party
Juno Award winner Fefe Dobson drops her new long-awaited album Joy tonight at an early all ages CD release party. Dobson's return to Island Records (the same label that refused to release her second album) delayed the release of this much anticipated CD, so tonight the energy should be high. Singer/songwriter Dane Hartsell gets the party started. The Mod Club (722 College St.) 6:30PM $15

FILM | Trans Film Night
Director Lydia Nibley's "Two Spirits" will be screened tonight to close U of T's Centre for Women and Trans People's "Trans Day Of Remembrance" series. The film chronicles the story of Fred Martinez, a teenage Navajo who was murdered at the age of 16 as he was beginning to express and explore his femininity. There will be an open discussion following the film. William Doo Auditorium (45 Willcocks St.) 6PM FREE

MUSIC | Alun Piggins at Mitzi's Sister
TO's own troubadour, Alun Piggins, has been a fixture in Toronto's indie scene since the early 80s, and continues to draw loyal fans to hear his tightly-knit folk-infused brand of rock. Tonight's solo show is a nice opportunity to catch this seasoned talent in an intimate setting. Mitzi's Sister (1554 Queen St. W) 10PM PWYC


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