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Today in Toronto: JFL42, Manifesto, Aga Khan, Women in Clothes, Andy Stott, Buddies, Walk of Fame

Today in Toronto the JFL42 comedy festival including the likes of Nick Offerman and Lena Dunham begins its assault on your tender funny bone. Toughen up with our preview here. Trampoline Hall's Sheila Heti will launch her new book Women in Clothes (with contributions by Dunham) with a clothing swap and reading at gravitypope.

Weird Things' gallery on Bathurst is showing art by Tonetta (the Tonetta), and down the street you can check out the Manifesto art exhibition at 918 Bathurst. The Aga Khan Museum of Islamic art will open its doors to the public, and one of the best dance parties of the month will go late at Adelaide Hall with Andy Stott. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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