It's a good day for the nuanced and different today in Toronto, as the best events happen to be the most curious. Experimental tunes, a portrait series, a sex variety show, civic discussion and free dance party are all on. Honestly, what isn't happening today?Events you might want to check out:
Palm (September 25 @ The Baby G)
Drop your exceptions for what rock should sound like as experimental band Palm takes things to new places.
Where Do We Start? (September 25 @ Gladstone Hotel)
This series seeks to break down some of the biggest issues facing the city featuring mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat.
Jpegmafia (September 25 @ Adelaide Hall)
Baltimore rapper Jpegmafia takes a DIY approach to his low-fi, complex sound, drawing influences from different musical genres.
Bed Post (September 25 @ Super Wonder Gallery)
Tuesday need not be boring with a sexual variety show that includes burlesque, sex stories, sexpert Q&A, drag and lots more.
Humans of Basic Income (September 25 @ The Black Cat)
Photographer Jessie Golem delves deep into the question of 'basic income' and puts a face to it by capturing the program's most vulnerable.
6 Degrees (September 25 @ The Great Hall)
6 Degrees is on this week with three days of events, and today's is a free performance set by Emmanuel Jal, Fly Lady Di, Classic Roots and more.
The Best Is Yet To Come Undone (September 25 @ Second City)
Taking on our modern life in a modern way, this comedy show looks to tackle all the fractions and triumphs of the day.
Transcending Borders (September 25 @ The Japan Foundation)
Author Yoko Tawada talks human borders and how they can be transcended through language and translation.
Eighth Grade (September 25 @ TIFF Bell Lightbox)
The. Worst. Bo Burnham's directorial debut captures the awkward adolescent experience in a film I can proudly say made me cry.
Comedians On A Catwalk (September 25 @ Gladstone Hotel)
Comedy and fashion come together for this special show featuring local Canadian designers dressing up stand-up comedian for their routines.
by Lisa Power via blogTO