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Radar: Anne Lindsay CD Launch, The Keyhole Sessions, Short Shorts Part V, The Adjective Nouns & Friends Extravaganza, Bent Community, and more

MUSIC | Anne Lindsay CD Launch
Anne Lindsay has received accolades from the likes of the National Jazz Awards and the Ontario Arts Council and engaged in stage pairings with notable musicians like Blue Rodeo and the Jim Cuddy Band. She is no stranger to the limelight and has been creating quite the buzz with her latest release Hurry On Home, officially launching tonight. This album features, "Anne's virtuoso playing and heartfelt vocals in a variety of styles including jazz, folk, neo-Appalachian, hip-hop and Eastern European." Come see how beautifully she weaves all these styles together at the launch party tonight.
Gallery 345 (345 Sorauren Avenue), 8pm $20 & $10 for students

EXHIBITION | Look Hear! Presents The Keyhole Sessions
There's absolutely nothing wrong with a little unbridled sexual expression, even if it's physical manifestation is restrained. Case in point: The fetish-based art exhibition and live bondage demonstration happening tonight in the dark and sultry space under The Stirling Room Bar. If you've ever been curious about any of the above, you have The Keyhole Sessions to thank for their window into all things deviant and forbidden. Caution: Experience at your own risk!
The Stirling Room (55 Mill Street, Building 36, Suite 100), 9pm $5

VARIETY | Short Shorts! Part V
Short Shorts is a modern take on the traditional variety show both content-wise and in degree of appropriateness. One component, a live interactive drinking game quiz, where the prize is a large amount of beer, gives you an idea of the pace of the evening. Other magical moments of the night will be stand-up acts from Dotty Davis and Steve Patrick Adams, a little live performance by rap duo Poetik Justiz, and the main event - an hour of short films from the funniest filmmakers, comedians and sketch troupes.
The Supermarket (268 Augusta Avenue), 7:30pm $5

COMEDY | The Adjective Nouns & Friends Extravaganza
The hilarious Nick Beaton brings his talent and charisma to The Rivoli tonight for the new Headliner Series, featuring the best and the brightest in "sketch stylings." Not to miss are The Adjective Nouns and their unique approach to standup and supporting them will be Big Tease and Radio Vault. Who doesn't love an extravaganza? Tonight's will be of epic proportion.
The Rivoli (332 Queen Street West), 8:30pm PWYC

CONVERSATION | Bent Community
Bent: An Evening of Queen Expressions is a weekly installment, creating a space for community members to engage in discourse on a variety of compelling topics. January's event is aptly titled Bent Community, as it focuses on things in our surrounding that are of importance to LGBT individuals. Topics that will be covered include networking, entertainment, accommodations, wellness and more. Format of the evening is a moderated panel discussion with Q&A session encouraging two-way conversation.
O'Grady's (518 Church Street), 7-9pm PWYC

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