Tuesday, February 28, 2012
First Fridays "Meet the Media Night" @ George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre, Toronto, ON - Fri Mar 2nd!
First Fridays Toronto and http://www.unitedblackstudents.ca/
'Meet the Media Night'
Friday March 2nd, 2012
at the Prestigious Atrium
3rd Floor, George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre
Ryerson University (245 Church St.), Toronto, ON
7:00pm - 10:30pm
Nneka Elliott, President - The MediaHuddle / CTV On-Air Personality
Spider Jones - Award winning journalist in both the music and boxing fields / energetic advocate of the 'Believe To Achieve' Organization
Femi Lawson - Engaging Youth through new online media
Bunmi Oyinsan, PhD., Executive Director - TelAfric Television Network
Andrew Mahorn, Festival Director - Gospel Film Festival Come
Eric Asante - Education as a tool to shape Media
Planet Africa Magazine - New Edition
& more...followed by the Mix N Mingle
Admission is $15 before 7:30pm, $20 after / Free for Ryerson Students and $10 for other Students with valid ID
For more info visit: http://www.firstfridays.ca/
Best Jam in Toronto - Every Thursday
inside The Real Jerk Restaurant
Hosted by Carl Lyte
Book Your Birthday Party
9:30pm - 2am
Drinks Specials and Giveaways
709 Queen St. E @ Broadview, Toronto, ON
It's a celebration Saturday March 17 - We Be Jammin'
Please continue to support us on http://www.savetherealjerk.com/
Monday, February 27, 2012
FILM SCREENINGS: Gospel Fest on Film @ The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON - Sat Mar 3rd & Sun Mar 4th!
The Canadian Black Film Festival has partnered with The Church of God of Prophecy to deliver Toronto's 1st Christian Film Festival
GOSPEL FEST ON FILM
CBFF is delighted to be a part of the bridge that connects the Church, which is the back bone of so many societies, with Toronto's vibrant arts community. Join us at the Art Gallery of Ontario on March 3 & 4. Four great films with lively panel discussions featuring leaders in Toronto's Christian Community.
Great family entertainment - Universal Stories
More than just entertainment
Saturday March 3 @ 3:30pm
BEWARE OF CHRISTIANS
Alex, Matt, Micheal and Will have grown up as Bible believing Christians who did all the right things. As they have grown older, they have realized that the Jesus does not look like the healthy, wealthy, American Jesus they have been trained to know and love. They soon realize that their biases and allegiances to worldly things have determined their views on Christianity. So, they decide to leave their homes in the US for a while and reexamine what Jesus says about certain issues that face young people.
Saturday March 3 @ 7pm
BLESSED & CURSED
Starring: Deitrick Haddon, Kiki Sheard, Bobby Jones, Drew Sidora, Sheryl Lee Ralph
A modern twist on the biblical Story of David and Saul, Blessed & Cursed depicts Dwight Hawkins (Detrick Haddon) struggle to realize his God given purpose. Compelled to help his father after his dreams are derailed, Dwight must choose between family obligations versus pursuing his own dreams of gospel music superstardom. Dwight is caught in a scheme of jealousy.
Sunday March 4 @ 3:30 pm
Stranded in the middle of nowhere, five strangers find themselves in a deserted roadside diner because of a road closure. They all come face to face with a diner owner who serves them more than just food. This host knows all of their secrets, knows exactly what they would like to order and possesses the answers to all of their problems – if only they would trust him. The Encounter is a unique tale about the opportunity we are all afforded . . . to accept salvation through Jesus. It is a miraculous Encounter that will change their lives forever.
Sunday March 4 @ 7 pm
For those still waiting to exhale, Soulmate is a gripping cinematic journey into the realities facing today’s successful, saved, and single African American women. This deep and personal portrait reveals the trials, and triumphs of unforgettable women while offering hope and practical advice on such issues as loneliness, the desire for sexual intimacy, men on the “down low”, the ticking biological clock and the uncertainty of the future. This film offers uplifting revelations about the quest for finding your true Soul- mate.
Gospel Fest on Film
Toronto's 1st Christian Film Festival
see website for movie trailers and tickets
Tickets $11 online
$13 at the door - 905-999-2629
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario, Jackman Hall Theatre, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON
Twitter - @GospelFestFilm
SATURDAY • MARCH 3rd • 2012
Revival Bar - 783 College St. W. Toronto
United Soul, Hot Stepper & Uma Nota proudly presents
The Queen of Afro Fusion:
✦✦Wunmi Live✦✦(NYC / London UK / Nigeria)
✦Farai Malianga (NYC)
✦Jason Palma (Footprints, Higher Ground Radio)
✦Groove Institute (Solid Garage Toronto)
✦General Eclectic (Footprints, Uma Nota)
✦Moreno (Garage 416)
and a special performance by Afro Brazilian drummers:
✦MAR ABERTO PERCUSSION✦
Carlos (Bump N' Hustle), Pedro (Garage 416), Yogi (United Soul) & Alkiks (Uman Nota)
Admission: $15 Adv. (Online Only), $15 b4 11PM w/RSVP, More @ Door
✦$15 Online Ticket: http://wunmilive.eventbrite.com/
RSVP / Info: email@example.com
On Saturday March 3rd, 2012
Dr. Jay brings the heat from Trinidad Carnival to Toronto for....
RETURN FETE 2012
@ KoolHaus, 132 Queens Quay E., Downtown Toronto
Featuring live performances by Trinidad Carnival's hit makers:
KERWIN DuBOIS "Bacchanalist" & "I Am Soca"
IWER GEORGE "Jab (No Pain)"
SWAPPI "Bubble on a DJ" & "Bucket"
NADIA BATSON "No Pressure" & "Making Up"
SUPER JIGGA TC "Action"
SHAL MARSHALL "Type Ah Wine" & "Trouble"
Music provided by The New KOS family:
Dr. Jay de Soca Prince
As with DCAL, this event will sell out in advance.
$35 RETURN FETE tickets sold out in record time!
$45 RETURN FETE tickets are available right now!!
Head to one of the authorized ticket outlets listed below and get your RETURN FETE ticket now!
AUTHORIZED 'RETURN FETE' TICKET OUTLETS:
Please note: all tickets are subject to outlet's service charge.
<< DOWNTOWN / CENTRAL >>
~ PLAY DE RECORD - 357 Yonge St. Downtown, Toronto 416 586 0380
~ iTALIB (KOS) 416 245 6411 ext. 5
~ MARXMAN (KOS) 416 245 6411 ext. 3
~ KEVIN SEEP (KOS) 647 282 3307 or pin 27F27A26
<< EAST >>
~ SUNSHINE SOUND & LIGHTING - 2604 Eglinton Avenue East, Scarborough 416 265 3600
~ MONA'S ROTI - 4810 Sheppard Ave E. Scarborough 416 412 1200
~ DRUPATIS EAST - 1085 Bellamy Rd., Scarborough 416 289 9988
~ ISLAND MIX RESTAURANT & LOUNGE - 1050 Brock Rd. Pickering 905 831 1649
~ MODERN EDGE HAIR DESIGN - 11 Harwood Ave. S. Ajax 905 426 6894
~ A KUT ABOVE - 201 Williamson Dr. W. Ajax - ask for Jeff 416 839 1489
~ TRIUMPH PROMOTIONS - ask for Troy 416 566 3232
~ JUNYA MENACE (KOS) 416 816 9411 or pin 272B81D6
~ EMAN (KOS) 416 245 6411 ext. 1
<< WEST >>
~ ISLAND MIX 2 RESTAURANT - 3175 Rutherford Rd., across from Vaughn Mills Mall 905 761 6649
~ THE SPOT - Square One Shopping Mall, Lower Level, Mississauga 905 306 7768
~ CHARLIE'S FOOD MART - 3057 Hurontario St. Mississauga 905 896 3663
~ DRUPATIS ROTI & DOUBLES - 975 Albion Rd. Etobicoke 416 745 4189
~ DJ 2TOUCH (KOS) - Brampton 416 245 6411 ext. 2 or pin 27FDE85D
~ DIRTY DEZ (KOS) - Etobicoke 416 245 6411 ext. 7
~ VIC (KOS) - Rexdale 416 557 8229 or pin 27F88B55
<< ONLINE >>
~ www.ticketgateway.com (search: 'Return Fete 17')
This event is 19+ // ID required // Dress to Fete!
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Private Pain In Public Pews at the Grace Life Centre
801 Progress Rd, Scarborough, Ontario
Saturday, March 3, 2012 @ 7:00pm
Advance tix: $30.00
Please Call 416.728.1345 for Group Tickets.
For more info: http://www.ticketgateway.com/
International Women's Day Celebration 2012
FRIDAY MARCH 2ND, 2012 @ 6 DEGREES
(2335 YONGE ST, NORTH OF EGLINTON)
LADIES FREE BEFORE 12:00AM ON GUEST LIST
MEN $10 BEFORE 12:00AM ON GUEST LIST
(without guest list $20 all night)
Guest list closes by 5pm on FRIDAY MARCH 2ND
ADMISSION IS $20 AFTER 12:00 AM FOR EVERYONE
RESERVE YOUR BOOTH AND BOTTLE SERVICE TODAY
GUEST LIST EMAIL: INFO@MEGAHERTZMUSIC.COM
ARRIVE EARLY AS THE FIRST 300 GUESTS WILL RECEIVE
"THE ALL WHITNEY HOUSTON" GOODTIMES TRIBUTE CD
STYLE code in effect
(no sports wear, no hats....no exceptions, jeans are welcome)
MATURE MUSICAL CLIENTELE
Music by DJ SEDEUCE AND DJ FLASH GORDON (MEGAHERTZ)
SHOWKASE THE ENTERTAINER
Playing the best in 80's and 90's everything.
hip hop , rnb, reggae/soca, booty, 80's retro, classic house, new jack swing, slow jamz and more...
HOSTED BY: DAMON B (OF BRAT PAK)
MC BOBBY D AND LOVE JONES
for info and guest list please call 416.993.5786 / 647.297.4637
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
CHECK OUT THE #IWD2012 MIX BELOW
Trey Songz & Big Sean Live at the
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, 1 Front St. E., Toronto, ON
Tue, Feb 28, 2012 07:30 PM
CA $56.75 - CA $111.00
For Tickets visit: http://www.ticketmaster.ca
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Party for A Purpose - The Eddie Williams Birthday Celebration @ 6 Degrees Venue, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 25th!
PARTY FOR A PURPOSE
The annual Eddie Williams Birthday celebration
and fundraising event
Saturday, February 25th
2335 Yonge Street (just north of Eglinton), Toronto, ON
Starting from Scratch, Dave Campbell, Channel 9,
DJ Quincy of the Ebony Soundcrew & Choice MC
Andy C, John Williams, Charmaine Morgan
Special Guest Hosts from G98.7FM
Mark Strong & Jemini
contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets
Payment for tickets can be made via Email Money Transfer. If you use this method for payment you can pick-up your tickets at the door on the night of the event. For payment via email money transfer please email email@example.com and use the following question and answer:
Question: What is the name of Eddie's birthday party?
This event will benefit the Keegan Allen Trust and
The Eddie Williams Send a Child to a Basketball game Program
Doors open at 9:30 p.m.
Complimentary Hors D’oeuvres from 10 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Live performance by Shi Wisdom 11 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.
After-Party 11:30 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
An Exhibition of Abstract Art
Opening: Saturday, Feb. 25, 6 – 9 pm
Featuring three artists:
Ivan Ortiz, Mario Angel and Hawa Kaba
*** You may drop by on Sat up to 4 p.m. for a preview**
600 Markham St. (Bathurst & Bloor), Toronto, ON
For more information visit: www.spencegallery.com
Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri: 5 - 8 pm; Sat & Sun: 12 - 6 pm
Official Launch of Black Card Events Professional Association (Toronto) @ The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 25th!
Black Card Events cordially invites you to join us on Saturday February 25, 2012 at the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1J6) for the launch of a Professional Association that is dedicated to the development of professionals, by providing them with the right tools, environments and opportunities that will help them reach the next level in their career.
This February 25, 2012 launch event will kick off with a small reception where attendees will have an opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, as well as meet human resource specialists and recruiters from various industries.
Following the reception, please join us as our executive team introduces Black Card Events, their roles and offer an insightful discussion on the importance of networking and relationship management in both our professional and personal lives.
Please come and join us and learn first hand on how our professional association can truly add value in your professional career.
Location: Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON
Time: 7:30p - 11p
Admission - $20 - hors d'ouevres will be served
To RSVP: email firstname.lastname@example.org
For info visit: http://www.blackcardevents.com
Dark and Lovely Productions presents DJ Mark Anthony, Catfish and Wayne Blake Big Birthday Party
Fountainblu, 200 Princess Blvd, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Exhibition Grounds, Toronto, ON
With Mark Anthony, George Fynn, DJ Glen C, Jonathon Shaw, Baby G and a meet and greet with the cast from Diary of a Black Man
Admission $10 with ticket stub from the Diary of a Black Man
for more info visit http://www.bigpeopleparty.com or call 416 841 6292
Ian Andre Espinet proudly presents
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25TH 2012
SPOONZ x JESTER x with MC LINX
inside the beautiful and unseen
19 mercer street
(running one way b/n john & blue jay south of king), Toronto, ON
SOUL KITCHEN G-LIST NOW OPEN.
LIST CLOSES AT 4PM - SHARP ON EVENT DAY
$10 GUESTLIST > IAN@AMNESIA.CA
PHONE : 416.293.4812
TWITTER :: http://www.twitter.com/ianandreespinet
FACEBOOK :: http://www.facebook.com/RespectTheName
Saturday February 25th @ Hickory House
Flash Back 70's.80's.90's
Heatwave | Soul 2 Soul | King Turbo | Barry Culture
Magnum Force | Audio by Steppa Choice
Location: Hickory House, 440 McNicoll Ave. @ Victoria Park, Toronto, ON
Admission: $20/Ladies free b4 12a
a grown folks . Mr Roots . Lindo P Ent Promo
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Saturday, February 25th
African and Caribbean Cultural Heritage Day at the
Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON
with Storytelling, Face Painting, Arts, film screening
Time: 10a - 4p
Featuring the granddaughter of Bob and Rita Marley, Donisha Prendergast
Now This is Old School! The best old school mix around by Dj Glen C and Dj Quincy
Presented by Direct music TV America/CMJ Entertainment @ Mint Night Club Feb 24, 2012
Location: Mint Nightclub, 173 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON
Doors open at 10p
For more info visit: http://www.djglenc.com/
Trinidad & Jamaica Party Series 2 w/The Official Opening Night After Party for DIARY OF A BLACK MAN @ Empire Lounge, Toronto, ON - Fri Feb 24th!
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24th, 2012 (STYLE CODE EDITION)
Wayne Chung and Damon B present
Trinidad & Jamaica Party Series 2
EMPIRE LOUNGE 50 Cumberland st. Yorkville, Toronto
New & Olskool: R&B Hiphop Reggae Soca & Top 40
WITHOUT GUESTLIST ADMISSION IS $20
For more information Text or Call Wayne Chung: 416-528-6257 BBM 2193C4B9/ Kevin Reid: 416-877-2283 /
G.Q. Henderson: 416.704.5487
Note: This is also The Official Opening Night After Party for DIARY OF A BLACK MAN
Admission: $10 with Diary Ticket Stub.
REGGAE OR DIE 3.0 (RODEO PROMO'S B-DAY BASH)
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24, 2012
AT GUVERNMENT NIGHTCLUB, 132 Queen's Quay East, Toronto, ON
BLAXZ DUN DA PLACE
FIRE KID STEENIE
KING THE MC
WORM THE MC
***$20 EARLY BIRD TICKETS***
***$100 VIP BOOTHS***
FOR VIP BOOTHS & TICKETS CONTACT:
@usaboyz On Twitter
1st Annual Legacy Awards Featuring Fred Hammond & Kim Burrell @ Global Kingdom Ministries, Scarborough, ON - Fri Feb 24th!
Live in Concert - Fred Hammond and Kim Burrell at
Global Kingdom Ministries
1250 Markham Road, Scarborough, Ontario
Friday, February 24, 2012 @ 6:00pm
The House of Levi Presents: 1st Annual Legacy Award Night
& A Black History Month Celebration
=====> FEATURING <=====
Fred Hammond & Kim Burrell
GLOBAL KINGDOM MINISTRIES
1250 Markham Rd. Scarborough, ON
(Markham Rd. & 401)
=====> HONORING <=====
-> Pauline Christian (President of Black Business Professional Association)
-> Honorable Mr. Justice Michael H. Tulloch (Judge of the Superior Court of Justice)
-> Dr. Audley N. James (Founder & Sr. Pastor of Revivaltime Worldwide Ministries)
=====> TICKETS <=====
Earlybird: $20 | Advance: $25 | @ the Door: $30
http://www.ticketwindow.ca/ or http://www.ticketgateway.com
For Group Tickets:
416.845.4933 | 416.837.4896
Soweto Gospel Choir @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, ON - Fri Feb 24th & Sat Feb 25th!
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
in cooperation with Andrew Kay and David Vigo present
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR
February 24 & 25, 2012
The infectious sounds, vibrant rhythms and renowned vocal harmonies of the SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR will fill the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts with their brand new show African Grace for two nights only, February 24 and 25, 2012.
Originally created to share the joy of faith through the inspirational power of African Gospel music, the SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR has been heralded as the most exciting group to emerge in World Music in recent years. A two-time Grammy and Emmy Award-winning choir, their spectacularly joyful performance style has made them a worldwide phenomenon, performing to sell-out crowds at the greatest concert halls across the globe and alongside superstars including Bono, Queen, Celine Dion, John Legend, Peter Gabriel, Josh Groban, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder.
Hailed by The New York Times as ‘Meticulous and unstoppable…spirited and spectacular”,
the SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR’S 24 singers, dancers and musicians deliver a flawless performance of traditional and contemporary songs infused with the irrepressible spirit of Africa. “These absolutely thrilling singers need nothing but their voices to make dazzling music.” Billboard
SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, Toronto’s first performing arts centre, has played a defining role in the cultural life of Toronto for more than 50 years. Today, the newly renovated Sony Centre is home to a roster of national and international artists that reflect the diversity and sophistication of 21st century Toronto. In addition, the Sony Centre is dedicated to developing Toronto’s younger audiences through family programming, workshops targeted towards school-aged audiences, an under-30 membership program, and other community initiatives including an international culinary experience. www.sonycentre.ca
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts presents
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR
Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25, 2012 @ 8pm
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East
Tickets range from $38-$78 (plus applicable fees and taxes)
Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-855-872-SONY (7669) or online at www.sonycentre.ca
Discounts are available for groups of 8 or more. Call The Group Tix Company 647-438-5559 or
Toll Free 1-866-447-7849 http://www.thegrouptixcompany.com/
SATURDAY NIGHT PERFORMANCE IS ALMOST SOLD OUT. IF YOU HAVE YET TO GET YOUR TICKETS THEN THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE
Exclusive Entertainment Events, Profile Entertainment and G98.7 FM
The return of the longest touring play in black theatre history!
It’s the critically acclaimed Thomas Meloncon’s
THE DIARY OF BLACK MEN
“How Do You Love A Black Woman?”
Tommy Ford and Carl Payne
(from the Martin Lawrence Sitcom)
ONLY LIMITED TICKETS REMAIN FOR SATURDAY NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE. THERE IS AN OFFICIAL MEET AND GREET AFTER PARTY WITH THE STARS AND CAST IN THE BEAUTIFUL FOUNTAIN BLU BALLROOM UPSTAIRS ON SITE AT QUEEN ELIZABETH THEATRE
ABOUT THE PLAY
The phenomenon known as "The Diary of Black Men" is an exciting and tantalizing theatrical production that has played to sold-out audiences in the U. S., United Kingdom and Canada `for nearly a quarter century. Written by Houstonian Thomas Meloncon, this choreopoem has stood the test of time and is the longest touring and most successful stage play in Black theatre history.
"They were spellbound in New York. Emotions ran high in Chicago, the audience begged for more in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. The acting is raw and powerful! There will be tears, laughter, anger, and joy".
The plays subtitle "How do you love a Black woman?" provokes thoughts of a historical nature and magnitude. Originally penned in the late 70's, this newly updated version addresses the issues of love, trust and black family values that have long been discussed cross-culturally, by economists, politicians, theologians, social scientists and the like, thus making the black man, in the words of Mr. Meloncon, "...the most talked about animal in America." This observation could very well be the catalyst that has consistently packed venues in every corner of this country and abroad. The play attempts to address that statement and the aforementioned question of black love through a series of vignettes and scenarios examining the relationships between Black men and women using six male stereotypes: The Player, a Blue Collar Worker, a Militant, an Urban Professional and Intellect, a Black Muslim, and a Pimp.
"I'm the most talked about man in America...the black man. Haunted and backed up against the wall by researchers and writers..." - Excerpt from The Diary of Black Men
The show is a remarkable presentation that passionately combines prose, poetry and dance that complements each other in a highly dramatic style. It has always been a revolutionary piece that passionately delivers art and social commentary creating an emotional response from its audience. It opens with the men perched upon pedestals in tableau. As the warm specials individually illuminates the men, they all, being true to their stereotype and character, offer their pitch to impress the lone female character in the play. The Muslim for instance, offers protection, but with it goes submission. "Come my sister, learn your place as my wife." The Player, a glib smooth operator claims, "I am all man, from head to toe." The Working Man boasts that he "always supports his family." The Militant says he's "not the problem but he is the solution." The Intellectual claims to possess "the three main ingredients any Black woman seeks in a Black man: education, intelligence, and a solid bank account." Slick, a new-age pimp, promises a better way of life brimmed with excitement and romance. The plays' one female character is an exceptional dancer, represents Black women but has no speaking part in the production.
The Diary of Black Men is a justly redeeming morality play laced with comedy and lots of revealing and provocative talk about Black men and their voice in the Human conversation.
REGULAR TICKET PRICES:
REGULAR TICKET PRICES:
VIP ORCHESTRA: $75
The best seats in the house are reserved for our VIP clients. Price includes wristband access to the “Meet and Greet After Party” with the cast with complimentary finger foods.
PLATINUM ORCHESTRA: $65
GOLD ORCHESTRA: $55
SILVER MEZZ: $45
BRONZE MEZZ: $35
Save 10% by using promo code "mail"
CHARGE BY PHONE: 416.226.4477
Location: Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 190 Princess Blvd, Exhibition Grounds, Toronto
PURCHASE ONLINE: Click HERE to purchase on line.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis @ Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON - Thurs Feb 23rd!
To commemorate the 50th birthday of superstar trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, one of today's most celebrated jazz musicians, he and his world-renowned 15-member Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will perform a retrospective showcase of his major compositions for big band. And what a party it will be! The joyous program also includes renditions of tunes by such historic greats as Thelonious Monk and Lee Morgan as well as new works and arrangements by contemporary jazz masters.
Tickets: $39.50 - $99.50
Location: Massey Hall, 178 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON
Thurs Feb 23, 2012 8pm
For more info
Film Screening: MIGHTY JEROME @ Swansea Memorial Library and Annette Street Library, Toronto, ON - Thurs Feb 23rd & Mon Feb 28th!
Canadian writer, author and director, Charles Officer, presents his new documentary, "Mighty Jerome". The film tells the compelling story of the rise, fall and redemption of Harry Jerome, track and field star and one of Canada's greatest athletes. A hit at this year's Hot Docs Festival, "Mighty Jerome" is being presented in collaboration with Swansea Town Hall.
Swansea Memorial Library/Swansea Town Hall
Feb. 23, 2012, at 7pm with Charles Officer attending
98 Lavinia Avenue Toronto, ON M6S 3H9 416-393-7734
Annette Street Library
Feb. 28, 2012, at 1pm with Charles Officer attending 145 Annette Street, Toronto, ON M6P 1P3 416-393-7692
Annette Street Library
Feb. 28, 2012, at 6:30pm – screening only 145 Annette Street, Toronto, ON M6P 1P3 416-393-7692
Visit: http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca for more info
TRIBUTE - A Moving History of Canadian Blacks in Dance @ Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON - Thurs Feb 23rd - Sat Feb 25th
dance Immersion’s 17th Annual Showcase Presentation
A Moving History of Canadian Blacks in Dance
February 23-25, 2012
JOIN US AT THE
Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 207 Queen's Quay West, Toronto, ON
TRIBUTE (A moving history of Canadian Blacks in Dance) is a celebration of Black dance artists who have contributed to the Canadian and global dance ecology. dance Immersion pays homage to individuals through a production highlighting the history, artistry and contributions presented through the medium of dance, film and spoken word.
Honorees include: Len Gibson, Jeni Legon, Dindi Lidge, Zab Maboungou, Paul Pettiford, Kevin Pugh and Jean Sheen.
There will be a presentation by Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata, remounts by Canadian dance companies; Ronald Taylor Dance, Caribbean Dance Theatre, Learie McNicolls and Danny Grossman. These presentations will be woven together with the assistance of film by Gregory Christmas, Contemporary Blues Poet- Amani, and musical score by Amadou Kienou.
INFO:(416)203-0666 or www.danceimmersion.ca
Saturday, February 18, 2012
United Soul & Junior Palmer proudly present
Do You ♥ House?
An epic journey celebrating 25+yrs of House Music
♥ Family Day Long Weekend Edition ♥
Sunday Feb 19th, 2012
Revival - 783 College St. West Toronto Canada
Featuring ALL STAR DJ Line Up:
♥ Dirty Dale
♥ Jojo Flores
♥ Junior Palmer
♥ Tricky Moreira
♥ Groove Institute
hosted by: Junior & Yogi
Doors Open @ 10pm
Cover: $10 B4 11pm w/RSVP, More @ Door!
2 floors of non stop house music celebrating the history of house!
Info / RSVP Email: email@example.com
The Real Jerk Presents New Beginnings
A Celebration of Music and Dance This Sunday February 19th
Music by The Infamous DJ Nigel B and MC Lytesout
Doors open 10:30pm
Cover Charge :: $10
Giveaways and Door Prizes
Dress to Impress
The Sun Still Shines at the corner of Broadview and Queen Street East
For info 416-463-6055 or firstname.lastname@example.org
709 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON
Everything Will Be IRIE
RSVP Carl to receive a $5.00 discount B4 12am
email@example.com or 416.894.7040
Remember Monday is a Holiday Lets Party with 200 of our closest friends !!!
Farley Flex & DJ Christopher Michaels Present...
The Denim & Red Valentines Day & Family Day Love Jam
Inside: JukeBox Live 1211 Kingston Rd (Pickering), Toronto, ON
Long Weekend - Sunday February 19th
Music By: DJ Christoper Michaels & Channel 9
Hosted By: Toney Williams
Admission: 15.00 With Non-Perishable Food Donation
Dress Theme: Denim & Red
For VIP Booths, Line Bypass Or Friends & Fam List Text (416) 998-6562
THE ROOTS LOUNGE OPEN MIC AND POETRY SLAM
This Sunday, the Roots Lounge Open Mic and Poetry Slam returns to the Harlem Restaurant at 67 Richmond Street East.
Doors open at 7pm, Show is 8pm, and admission is $5.
There are only three more chances for poets to earn points towards making the 2012 Up From The Roots poetry slam team.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
We've meticulously strategized the right way to blast off!
Hennessy Proudly Presents
T A S T E M A K E R S
The Lifestyle Experience for "Those Who Shape the Flavour of the World"
The movers, the shakers. Those who set rather than follow the trends. A crowd pleaser without being a crowd seeker. An individual who is ready for today yet plans for tomorrow, and knows what time it is with out looking at their watch!
Sunday Feb 19th @ C-Lounge (456 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON) | Family Day Long Weekend
In securing C-Lounge we've excelled once again. This venue is easily one of Toronto's true gems (trust us, we've been to a lot of them).
. . . . . . . .
COMING IN 2012
~ The Return of "WHISPER": An eclectic progressive food and nightlife entertainment experience
~ WARNER GIRL 2012: Mr. Warner's Annual B-Day Celebration
~ WARNER & LVMH (MOET, HENNESSY, BELVEDERE, DOM PERIGNON) 10 YEARS of EXCELENCE!
Moet Chandon | Hennessy VS | Belvedere Vodka | Dom Perignon
ALL VIBRANT TASTEMAKERS WILL BE THERE!
. . . . .
www.warnerlifestyle.com | email@example.com
Follow us on twitter: www.twitter.com/warnerlifestyle
Friday, February 17, 2012
Uncle B in association with Innovation Inc.
MCs/Hosts: Bobby Konda
DJs: Starting From Scratch, Soca Monarchs, JD Sound
Crew, Creepa & Audio Ambassadors
Location: Crocbar, 10 King Bridge Garden Circle, Mississauga, ON
For info: 416-886-9345, 416-631-2727
Grenada’s 38th Anniversary of Independence Gala Dinner and Dance @ Liberty Grand, Exhibition Place, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
Breaking all barriers, striving for greater achievements under one flag
Grenada Independence Planning Committee
In partnership with The Consulate General of Grenada at Toronto
& The Grenada Association - Toronto
Cordially invites you to the
38th Anniversary of Independence Gala
Guest of Honour is Honourable Tillman Thomas, Prime Minister of Grenada
Liberty Grand, 25 British Columbia Road, Exhibition Place, Toronto, ON
Cocktails 6:30 p.m Dinner 7:30 p.m.
For further info: Grenada Assn. Toronto 647-669-5178 or Consulate General of Grenada 416-595-1343 or www.grenadaconsulate.com
MC: wait until u hear who they are..... AWESOME
Photo's by Carlos Ferguson
Video by RitchImage of spiceislander.com
NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR
Many FANTASTIC reasons to attend http://www.facebook.com/events/292472730792613/
Meet Hon. Tillman Thomas, PM of Grenada,
Great Menu, Great Entertainment, Great people to network and reunite with
plus the opportunities to win via door prize draw, raffle and or Silent Auction:
Return Tickets from Caribbean Airlines.
Jewellery set donated by Stephanie Joseph of Toronto Natural Hair & Beauty Show.
Gift basket of Caribbean Food Products donated by Stephanie Joseph of Toronto Natural Hair & Beauty Show.
Gift Basket from Take Your Friends to Grenada.
One complimentary room, 3 nights Bed & Breakfast for 2 @ Grenada Grand Beach Resort. Compliments of KAI.
Weekend Stay at Comfort Inn in Niagara Falls.
Weekend Stay at Flamboyant.
Gift Basket of body and spa products from Lite It Up.
Limousine Service from Mr. Michael John of Citywide Limousine.
Gift Certificate from All About You for hair and makeup.
Bottle of Johnny Walker Black.
Eyelash Extension from Winks Spa.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU!
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Film Screening - All Balls Don't Bounce Presents: THE MIGHTY JEROME @ National Film Board Cinema, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
From acclaimed filmmaker Charles Officer (Nurse.Fighter.Boy) comes Mighty Jerome, the story of the rise, fall and redemption of Harry Jerome, Canada’s most record-setting track and field star. Gorgeous monochrome imagery, impassioned interviews and astonishing archival footage are used to tell the compelling story of what Harry Jerome’s university coach, the legendary Bill Bowerman, called “the greatest comeback in track and field history."
Showtime: Saturday February 18th @ 7:00 PM
Location: National Film Board Cinema, 150 John Street, Toronto, ON
FREE but seating is limited
Visit http://www.allballsdontbouncepresents.com for more info
Film Screening - All Balls Don't Bounce Presents WHITE WASH @ National Film Board Cinema, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
White Wash, the documentary, is a film exploring the complexity of race in America through the struggle and triumph of black surfers. The story is narrated by Grammy Award winner Ben Harper with Black Thought of the Roots and told through the eyes of black surfers from Hawaii, Jamaica, Florida, and California. It looks deep into America's painful and pervasive legacy of slavery and exclusion. From surfing's "discovery" by Captain James Cook in Hawaii in 1778 through the explosion of surf culture during the days of segregated Jim Crow America in1960's, this film explores the myths that black surfers have overcome in their search for waves
Location: National Film Board Cinema, 150 John Street, Toronto, ON
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Film Screening - All Balls Don't Bounce Presents FIRE IN BABYLON @ The National Film Board Cinema, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
All Balls Don't Bounce Sports Weekend. A showcase of Black sport in film. In the third of four films ABDB will be screening Fire In Babylon.
This is a FREE screening but seating is limited and is first come, first served.
FILM SYNOPSIS: Fire In Babylon is the breathtaking story of how the West Indies triumphed over its colonial masters through the achievements of one of the most gifted teams in sporting history. In a turbulent era of apartheid in South Africa; race riots in England and civil unrest in the Caribbean, the West Indian cricketers, led by the enigmatic Viv Richards, struck a defiant blow at the forces of white prejudice worldwide. Their undisputed skill, combined with a fearless spirit, allowed them to dominate the genteel game at the highest level, replaying it on their own terms.
Location: National Film Board Cinema, 150 John St., Toronto, ON
Time: 5:00pm - 1a
Be sure to check www.allballsdontbouncepresents.com for full details and listings.
See trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9l7qIFu3YDk&feature=player_embedded
Rapper's Delight w/The Former Original Members of the Sugarhill Gang @ Muzik, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
Muzik Presents: Rappers Delight
Saturday February 18.2012
featuring The World Famous Former Original Members of
THE SUGARHILL GANG
Live performance of their hit single Rappers Delight and more...
Location: Muzik, 15 Saskatchewan Road, Exhibition Place, Toronto, ON
Ladies free before 11p
MUZIK SUITESTAKES ARE BACK!
RSVP@MUZIKCLUBS.COM FOR A CHANCE TO WIN
TO BOOK YOUR VIP SUITE: 416 595 9998 // RSVP@MUZIKCLUBS.COM
The Sugarhill Gang
Saturday February 18 at Muzik http://www.muzikclubs.com/
A motivational teacher in a Brampton high school helps six young people explore their sense of black identity in this sensitive and engrossing documentary.
Saturday February 18
Director: Sherien Barsoum
Runtime: 78 minutes
Location: TIFF Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON
Nothing says “Be Mine” like
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts
Twenty-one years ago, Tango Argentino revitalized tango with its triumph on Broadway, and now the same producers, with choreographer Hector Zaraspe, current faculty member of The Juilliard School, proudly present their international tango spectacle, TANGO PASIÓN, on stage for one night only Saturday, February 18, 2012 at the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts.
Born in the brothels of 1880s Buenos Aires, the tango began as a dance and evolved into an art form treasured by its nation. Artistic Directors Mel Howard and José Libertella, accompanied by choreographer Hector Zaraspe and painter Ricardo Carpani, spent months in the heart of Buenos Aires creating this production that weaves together a collection of tango stories uncovered by a cast of dexterous dancers representing the full range of Argentine society. With a successful Broadway run, and tours in North and South America, Europe, and the Middle East, on its mantle, TANGO PASIÓN is an alluring Argentine dance musical that has made audiences wide-eyed on three continents since 1992.
"TANGO PASION is a totally flawless masterpiece of theatre for this or any season." – Best of Broadway, “Critics Corner” New York City
Set in a quaint Buenos Aires café, TANGO PASIÓN features 10 intense dancers; five women full of coquettish charm and five men of pure strength and charisma, backed live by the Tango Pasión Sexteto Orchestra.
In true Argentinean fashion, the Sony Centre For The Performing Arts is staging a post-show Tango Milonga (dance party) in the lobby of the theatre, open to all audience members. The Sony Centre’s main lobby will become an open dance floor, complete with live DJ, for an extraordinary evening of passionate dance and music.
SONY CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, Toronto’s first performing arts centre, has played a defining role in the cultural life of Toronto for more than 50 years. Today, the newly renovated Sony Centre is home to a roster of national and international artists that reflect the diversity and sophistication of 21st century Toronto. In addition, the Sony Centre is dedicated to developing Toronto’s younger audiences through family programming, workshops targeted towards school-aged audiences, an under-30 membership program, and other community initiatives including an international culinary experience.
The Sony Centre For The Performing Arts presents
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East, Toronto
ONE NIGHT ONLY! Saturday, February 18, 2012 @ 8pm
Tickets range from $45-$80 (plus applicable fees and taxes)
Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-855-872-SONY (7669) or online at www.sonycentre.ca
Discounts are available for groups of 8 or more. Call THE Group Tix Company 647-438-5559 or
Toll Free 1-866-447-7849
The Brampton Minor Basketball Association (BMBA) 10th Annual Scholastic Dinner and Dance @ Courtyard Marriott, Brampton, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
The 10th annual dinner & Dance is this weekend February 18th 2011 at the Courtyard Marriott 410& Steeles Ave – The BMBA we will be celebrating our 10 year anniversary.
w/DJ Mr Al
Time: 6:30p/Dinner @ 7:00p
Location: Courtyard Marriott, 90 Biscayne Crescent, Brampton, ON (Highway 410 & Steeles Av)
For more info visit: http://www.bramptonbasketball.com or call 905 874 2876 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DJ Skate Night Presents Ladies Night w/DJs MelBoogie & JJ Rock @ Harbourfront, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
Hey ladies! Get those skates ready! DJ MelBoogie & JJ Rock of Droppin' Dimez Mixshow, Canada's only all-female hip hop show, play the perfect mix of hip hop, R&B, and classic rollerskating jams fused with dancehall, reggae and soca!
Just like their radio show, they'll be bringing you the best music has to offer - perfectly chilled on ice!
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Harbourfront Centre, Natrel Rink
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON
Eighties & Nineties Affair w/Ghost & Tony Curtis and others @ The Royal Banquet Hall, Mississauga, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
Saturday February 18th @ Royal Banquet Hall
Eighties & Nineties Affair
(Family Day Weekend Saturday Edition)
Featuring: Ghost . Tony Curtis
Krazy Kris . Japanese
Nitro . Mello Vibes . City Heat . Rootsman
Location: Royal Banquet Hall, 185 Statesman Dr., Mississauga
info: 416.876.1584 . 905.781.2247.416.826.7295
an ISP . Streetlife . Mello Vibes . Madd Scientist Ent Promo
YOUNG, BLACK & GIFTED
DARE II DREAM
"Inspiring Celebration of Youth Excellence"
SAT FEB 18, 2012
Location: The Jamaican Canadian Centre
995 Arrow Road, Toronto
(Hwy 400 & Finch)
Jesse Jones | Innovator | Speaker | Cultural Architect | Brand Builder
Dwayne Morgan | Poet. Speaker. Social Entrepreneur
Al St. Louis | Spoken Word Poet | Actor | Motivational Educator
Danielle Dowdy | Toronto Police Service
Keisha Monique Simpson | Ian Kamau | Andrew Forde, The Violinist
Janee Olivia | Keysha Freshh | Yung Saintz | Jade's Dance Academy
Saxophonist, Patrick Walton | Owen "Blakka" Ellis
Jesse Ellis | IatunbI | Live Band
2012 YOUNG | BLACK| GIFTED| HONOREES
Tamika S Johnson | Editor in Chief of Boss Magazine | Youth Advocate
Clayton Thomas | Founder | Recognize the Real, Life Skills and Education
Richard Kojo Bonsu Addo | President & Founder, Change Promotions
Jerome Morgan | President of Ryerson University United Black Students Assoc.
Youth Advocate | Educator | Entertainment LIVE Music, Spoken Word, Comedy
SPONSORSHIP & VENDOR OPPORTUNITIES NOW AVAILABLE
BUY YOUR TICKET NOW
Online Ticket Sales at:
Nicey’s: 107 Kennedy Rd, South (Kennedy & Dean St) 905-450-6045
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Urban Concepts Family Barbers: 34 Dundas St East, Unit A, 905-290-0992
Nicey’s: 50 Morcambe Gate (1 light N of Finch), 416-497-9717
$15 Students (Youths with I.D.)
FOR MORE INFO
416-814-6032 | email@example.com
Once Upon a Time Ol' Skool Party Series Part 2 w/MACHETE JOE DVD Release Party @ Six Degrees Venue, Toronto, ON - Sat Feb 18th!
Saturday February 18th 2012
THE BLACK HISTORY MONTH EDITION OF
ONCE UPON A TIME OL' SKOOL PARTY SERIES PART 2
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED...
HOWARD GREEN, GORDON GREENE & MARCEL JONES INVITE YOU TO...
THE RED CARPET DVD MOVIE RELEASE OF MACHETE JOE
BY NORTH AMERICA'S MOVIE PRODUCER HOWARD GREEN
FAMILY DAY LONGWEEKEND - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18th 2012
HOSTED BY: WAYNE CHUNG & DAMON B
PLAYING TOP 40, 90's TO 2010
R&B HIPHOP REGGAE SOCA...
MAXB & TUCAN
90's TO 2011:
R&B HIPHOP REGGAE/LOVERS ROCK SOCA & TO40
FEATURING THE RED CARPET MOVIE RELEASE PARTY OF
BY PRODUCER HOWARD GREEN.
WATCH MOVIE TRAILER HERE:
A SURPRISE HOLLYWOOD GUEST APPEARANCE FROM MACHETE JOE THE MOVIE.
WATCH THE EVENT PROMO:
LOCATION: SIX DEGREES NIGHTCLUB 2335 YONGE ST @EGLINTON AVE, TORONTO
ITS OBVIOUS...STRICT STYLISH DRESSCODE IS A MUST!
WITHOUT GUESTLIST ADMISSION STARTS AT $20 AT THE DOOR. REPLY BACK FOR GUESTLIST ASAP BECAUSE THE LIST IS ALREADY 80% FULL.
DOORS OPEN AT 10pm.
OVER 1000 OF TORONTO'S FINEST PEOPLE EXPECTED.
FOR GUESTLIST AND INFO
REPLY BACK TO MY BY EMAIL at firstname.lastname@example.org
TEXT OR CALL HOWARD GREEN AT 416-834-7519 or For more info TEXT or CALL:
WAYNE CHUNG: 416-528-6257 BMM 2193C4B9
KEVIN REID: 416-877-2283
GQ HENDERSON: 416-704-5487
Family Day Long Weekend
Saturday February 18, 2012
Sexy On Saturday Remix Presents...
"Gone But Not Forgotten"
A Black History Month Tribute to Artist's Past & Gone
Featuring Special Guest DJ's:
The Sound Quest Crew - Max B & The Boogeyman
Smooth B & Mista Presto
A Night of Classics Old & New
Special Tribute to:
Luther Vandross, Heavy Dee, Teddy Pendergrass, Michael Jackson, Big Pun & Dennis Brown
Hosted by: Andy C (Sophisticate, WBLK, Old School Request & The Jam),
Denton, Neddy Nyce & Smooth B
50 Cumberland St. (Bay/Bloor)
$10 Before 11:30 Guest List Available
For Birthdays, GuestList and Booths/Bottle service contact us:
Neddy Nyce: (416)908-5116, PIN 26ED7D90
Smooth B: (416)722-0588 PIN 21EB4B94
"Gone But Not Forgotten", a special black history month tribute to passed music pioneers that have contributed to the legacy and history of black music!They say that music is the soundtrack of life and the list of fallen musical soldiers that have contributed to our lives are unlimited. In every genre there are artist that have played a part in our lives as we grew up. Artist such as: Micheal Jackson, James Brown, Teddy Pendergrass, Luther Vandross, Rick James, Aaliyah, Christopher "The Notorious B.I.G." Wallace, Tupac Shakur, Roger Troutman (Zapp), Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, Donny Hathaway, Phyllis Hyman, Bob Marley, Desmond Dekker, Dennis Brown, Garentt Silk, Gregory Isaacs, Lou Rawls, Mcfadden & Whitehead, Gerald Levert, Darren "The Human Beatbox" Robinson, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez (TLC), Big Pun, Eric "Eazy E" Wright, Russel "Ol Dirty Bastard" Jones, Peter Tosh, Melvin Franklin ( The Temptations), Barry White, Ray Charles, Teena Marie, Nate Dogg, Heavy D, Etta James, Vesta Williams, David Peaston, Whitney Houston and others....Come enjoy a night of classics old and new with Max B, The Boogeyman, Mista Presto & Smooth B with host Andy C!
Friday, Feb 17, 2012
10:00 PM EST
Wrongbar, Toronto, ON
19 years and over
Theophilus London is an alternative rap artist from Brooklyn, NY, whose genre-bending approach draws from a range of styles, from soul-pop and post-punk to electro and contemporary R&B. Citing influences that include Michael Jackson and Prince as well as Kraftwerk and the Smiths, he began working with the New York City-based label Normrex in 2007. He made his label debut with a couple mixtapes, Jam! (2008) and This Charming Mixtape (2009), which circulated freely in the music blogopshere. London made his album debut in 2009 with This Charming Man, a stylistically wide-ranging full-length effort featuring an eclectic cast of vocal guests and production work by Normrex beatmakers Machinedrum, Jimmy Edgar, and Letherette. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
Limited Tickets available at door - Cash only
Location: Wrongbar, 1279 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON
Friday, February 17: CRUZAO LATIN-JAZZ-TRIO @ Lula Lounge, Toronto (8-10pm)
3 members of latin-jazz supergroup CRUZAO come to Lula Lounge for the dinner set with their energized Cuban & Brazilian sounds, just before iPercussion take the stage at 11pm
$49 dinner package or $15 at the door
Location: 1595 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON (west of Dufferin)
Call to Reserve: 416-588-0307 or email: email@example.com
On Friday, February 17, re-live those memories with the official launch of G98.7 Old School Live to Air inside Sugar Daddy’s Night Club!
OLD SCHOOL FRIDAYS
Doors Open: 10 pm Doors Close: 3 am
Hosted By: Slick Vic
Music By: Dj MaxB
Playing The Best Of: The Best of Old School, Relive your favorite memories with Old School Fridays.
Ladies Free Before Midnight!!
$3 Drink Specials All Night!!
Event Type: 19+ Event
Dress Code: Dress to impress no runners
Live To Air On G98.7 From 10 Pm Till 1 Am
Location: Sugar Daddy's, 5165 Dixie Rd (4 lights south of the 401, Mississauga)
Inquiries for VIP Bottle service can be made at:
More info visit: http://www.sugardaddysparty.com
Andy C Events and G Funk
SOPHISTICATE After Dark
Hosted by top international model
(You've seen him in Nicki Minaj's "Right Thru Me" video and on the runway representing top brands Ralph Lauren, Sean John and Benetton)
Friday, February 17th
inside 6 Degrees Night club
(2335 Yonge Street north of Eglinton)
Jester (G98.7FM) with MC Kid Kut
The Chyna Dollz, Wayne Chung, Miss Sutra
$20.00 advance tickets available
$30.00 VIP tickets also available
(VIP ticket gets you into the "sophisticate" lounge for a private meet-and-greet, photo opp. and much more.....)
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-476-5878 for tickets
Make things easy and pay for your tickets via email money transfer. Tickets that are purchased via email money transfer can be picked-up at the door on the night of the event. Contact me at email@example.com if you would like to purchase tickets via this method.
A “sophisticated” dress code will be enforced so dress to impress
View the evite for this event at:
Booth bookings and bottle service available
Special "sophisticate" price of $190 all inclusive (includes gratuity and tip) on all rail brands (e.g. Absolute) and $220 all inclusive on all premium brands (e.g. Belvedere). Only 10 sections available. To book a section contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Film Screening - THE ADVENTURES OF MWANSA THE GREAT @ TIFF Bell Lightbox, Toronto, ON - Fri Feb 17th (FREE) & Sun Feb 19th!
You are invited to a free public event…Ways of Seeing (in) African Cinema
Friday, February 17 from 10:00am to 12:00pm
You are invited to join a panel of esteemed scholars and film programmers for a screening of THE ADVENTURES OF MWANSA THE GREAT, a short from the African Phantasms programme, and a discussion about contemporary film production in Africa.
In the short by director Rungano Nyoni, a young boy uses his imagination to transform his everyday reality into an exciting quest, as he journeys from his village to the copper mines to recover the magical mud necessary to repair his sister's beloved doll. Panelists will consider the film, as well as its relation to current trends in contemporary film production, film programming, and popular visual culture in Africa.
Panelists include: Professor Kass Banning (University of Toronto), Professor Marieme Lo (University of Toronto), and Julie MacArthur (programmer of African Phantasms: New African Short Films). The panel will be moderated by Co-Director of TIFF, Cameron Bailey.
The event is open to the public – tickets will be available for free on the morning of the event at the TIFF Bell Lightbox Box Office (located at 350 King St. W.)
This Higher Learning panel is part of the larger celebration of Black History Month, Music, Magic, Clash: New Voices in the African Diaspora at TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Location: TIFF Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON
TIFF will be happy to set aside a set number of tickets in advance if you have a group interested in attending.
For more info on this film visit: http://tiff.net/filmsandschedules/tiffbelllightbox/2012/3500001492
TIFF Bell Lightbox is presenting a no. of African Films this month for Black History Month!
CBC Radio Laugh Out Loud Presents
CBC’s LOL presents two stellar comedians Gilson Lubin and Dave Merheje. Dave Merheje has had a stellar year racking up an incredible showing at the prestigious JFL festival in Montreal while Lubin finished a short stint with MTV Live and a recently appeared on HBO’s and Russell Simmons Def Jam.
Thurs Feb 16, 2012 8pm
Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West, Toronto, ON