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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

9 things to do in Toronto today

Events in Toronto today tackle cultural movements, encourage you to discuss literature over a cold one, and contain a healthy mix of different musical performances. There's also a chance to stuff yourself with cheap empanadas.

Events you might want to check out:

$1 Empanadas (February 21 @ Ama Always)
Feast on empanadas until your heart's content and work to become the all-time empanada eating champ during $1 Empanada Day.
NYT Journalists on Journalism and the #Metoo Moment (February 21 @ Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto)
Catherine Porter, Jodi Kantor, Emily Steel, and Jessica Bennett discuss journalism today and how the #MeToo movement has shifted how we talk about gender.
Beers and Books with Michael Winter (February 21 @ House of Anansi Press)
Newfoundland’s own Michael Winter is in Toronto for books, brews, and to talk about his book The Big Why.
Riverdale: Improvised (February 21 @ Comedy Bar)
All the drama of Riverdale is at the mercy of this improv show that hopes to fill in all the mysteries the show left out.
Ceremony (February 21-25 @ Buddies In Bad Times Theatre)
Relationships take on new forms in this tale of love as part of the Rhubarb Festival.
Crypto Currencies 101 (February 21 @ MaRS Discovery District)
Bitcoin? Blockchain? Learn more about one of the hottest trends in technology and how cryptocurrency is set to revolutionize the way we experience money.
Mr. Carmack (February 21 @ The Drake Hotel)
Hawaiian DJ Mr. Carmack will be in town and spinning live as part of his Original Sound Tour with special guest TSURUDA.
Gabrielle Aplin (February 21 @ Velvet Underground)
UK singer Gabrielle Aplin is set to kick of her North American tour in Toronto featuring guest musician John Splitoff.
G3 Tour (February 21 @ Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall)
Eighties rock icons John Petrucci of Dream Theater, Def Leppard’s Phil Collen, and Joe Satriani have teamed up for the G3 Tour at Massey Hall.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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