Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: OkStupid, Rhubarb, Black Film Fest, Naomi Klein, Screech Karaoke, Margarete, Pivot

Today in Toronto Handlebar's OkStupid event in Kensington Market is pretty self explanatory: the night features literary readings from the saddest corners of the internet. Well, no, probably not Widows of Warcraft, but... pretty sad. Rhubarb's unconventional performance fest kicks off its 36th year tonight - see our preview here.

Naomi Klein is in town, the fourth annual Black Film Festival continues at Carlton Cinema, and Progress, Toronto's newest theatre fest, continues with the intriguing Margarete, a pleaser for lovers of kitsch and found art. Read our preview of Progress here. Screech Karaoke with Igby Lizzard and Nancy Bocock is free at the Steady on Bloor. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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