Hidden Toronto

Radar: Hidden Toronto, TTC One Book Club, J'Adore Cakes Co. Donut Party, The Junos at TIFF, Alicia Keys

BOOKS & LIT | "Hidden Toronto" Book Launch
Photographer Kathy Toth searched back alleys and explored under bridges to find the art of Hidden Toronto, her new book that documents the unusual canvasses that graffiti artists use. Capturing cityscapes and urban dwellings where Toronto's artists have left their mark, Toth has created what is essentially a map of the best in the city's street art. The book launch takes place tonight at Swipe tonight with the author and several artists in attendance. Copies of the book will be available at the event.
Swipe (401 Richmond Street) 5PM Free

FOOD | J'Adore Cakes Co. Donut Party
The Danforth's J'Adore Cakes Co. is set to compete in the Food Network's upcoming series Donut Showdown and to launch their reign of fried batter treats, they're hosting a party tonight. With their newest undertakings available for tasting in a variety of flavours, the J'Adore Cakes Co. Donut Party will allow you to sample what a $10,000 prize-winning donut could taste like. Come wish the bakers the best of luck and have a freebie while you still can. The show premieres tonight at 10pm.
J'Adore Cakes Co. (3308 Danforth Avenue) 10AM Free

MUSIC | The Junos at TIFF
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has created a new initiative to showcase and celebrate Canadian music on film. The Junos at TIFF launches tonight with host Matt Wells of MuchMoreMusic speaking to the directors of Juno-nominated films and videos discussing the connections between music and movies. Screenings of the 2013 nominees will take place before meeting the directors of videos by Drake, Of Monsters and Men, Walk Off the Earth and more.
TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King Street West) 7PM $12 general, $9.50 student/senior

BOOKS & LIT | TTC One Book Club
Don't be surprised if you see multiple people on the TTC reading the same book in the coming months as the TTC One Book Club launches today. City-wide, readers will be encouraged by TTC platform screens to join this book club where opinions are shared on Twitter, using the hashtag #OneBookTTC. This month's book is Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. Join the club by tweeting your thoughts on the daily topic that will appear every 10 minutes throughout the day on the Pattison Onestop TTC screens until April 21st. Not a reader? Coincidentally, there is a screening of the Francois Truffaut film adaptation of the book at North York Central Library tonight.
Twitter/TTC platform screens/across the city

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Photo from Kathy Toth's Hidden Toronto


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