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Today in Toronto: TO's 180th Birthday, If These Walls Could Talk, Feminist Art Con, Sketch Comedy Fest

Today in Toronto the city celebrates its 180th birthday (look at us, strutting how young and fresh-faced we are) over at Steam Whistle Brewery. The Gladstone will open their huge illustration show If Walls Could Talk, while the Feminist Art Conference is combining politics with a hard hitting open bar. Then, what's better than a Grease sing-a-long? If you didn't just mumble "...anything?" the answer is clearly a Grease sing-a-long with a Grease costume contest. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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