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Today in Toronto: IDS, Wavelength Pop-Up Gallery, Douglas Coupland, Zola Jesus, Nudes with Local Dudes

Today in Toronto the massive Interior Design Show opens at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Then Wavelength Fest isn't until February, but their pop up gallery and photo show at Huntclub is set to open up with a free party featuring Petra Glynt and Zoo Owl. Art, talks, parties, and shows will continue until February 15. At the Gladstone's Come Up To My Room exhibit, Weird Canada and Debaser present live music from Castle If, Bobby Peru, Wolfcow, DJ Garbage Body.

In advance of the huge ROM/MOCCA show, Daniel Faria Gallery will open Douglas Coupland: Our Modern World. Good Enough's live karaoke band will be at the Garrison every Thursday this month, and admission to sing your heart out with a live, Buck-65-approved backup band is free. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Photo of IDS 2014 by Andrew Williamson


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