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Radar: The Best of LadyStache, HHK 4th Anniversary w/ Black Sheep, Great Bloomers + Huron + Rituals, Hoar Howe's Casting Fundraiser, Khadija Baker

COMEDY | The Best of LadyStache
Who is behind the clever name 'LadyStache' you may ask? The answer is Allison Hogg and Steph Tolev. These two dynamic femme fatales bring non-gender specific comedy to the stage, doing so without a shred of either "politics or periods". They perform monthly at Comedy Bar but tonight's show is sure to make your tummy ache with laughter so much you'll give your abs a hearty workout. Hosted by Hunter Collins and featuring Nikki Payne and Nathan Mcintosh, this is sketch prov like you've never seen it before!
Comedy Bar (945 Bloor Street West), 8pm $10

MUSIC | HHK 4th Anniversary with Black Sheep
Everyone is talking about Hip-Hop Karoake, the newest and edgiest entertainment to infuse Toronto nightlife. A special celebration for their 4-year anniversary is happening tonight with special guests Black Sheep, hailing all the way from Queens, New York. Bring your dancing shoes as this party will have you grooving all night to some high-energy and irresistible karaoke a la hip-hop. Even though you shouldn't need an excuse to dance, if there ever was a place to shake your tail, this is it.
Revival (783 College Street), 9pm $15

MUSIC | No Shame: Great Bloomers + Huron + Rituals
A kick-ass lineup made up of local talent is just the thing to kick off your Family Day weekend. Toronto-born Great Bloomers create "piano-based country-tinged college rock" and put on a rocking and rolling live show. Huron, from Hamilton draw on influences like Neil Young, Pink Floyd and the Grateful Dead and Rituals exude irresistible post-punk energy. Support homegrown music and have a blast while you're at it.
The Garrison (1197 Dundas Street West), 9pm $7

FILM | Valentimes themed Fundraised for short film "Hoar Howe's Casting"
There are so many notable charities to support, both around the world and in your backyard. Tonight is a chance to support the latter while at the same time supporting Toronto's vibrant arts community. Purple Duck Productions is raising funds tonight for their short film "Hoar Howe's Casting" and donating your moula could never be easier and more fun. Pay a modest cover, enjoy some adult beverages and devour some delicious baked goods. There is really no excuse!
Cinecycle (129 Spadina Avenue), 8pm $5 before 10pm

ART | Unraveling Empire: Solo Exhibition by Khadija Baker
The beautiful and talented Khadija Baker brings her latest exhibit to A Space Gallery, with an opening reception kicking things off tonight. Her work is positively mesmerizing, using many different forms of mixed media and elements to create interactive pieces that will expand your imagination and enlighten the senses. A very special part of the evening will be Baker's performance. This won't just be any other Friday night.
A Space Gallery (401 Richmond Street West), 7-9pm Free

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