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Observations from Judy Rebick, a national treasure, on the odd circumstances behind the burning police cars last night and Steve Paikin, that lovely gent from TVO, witnesses a police assault on a Guardian UK reporter.
Have we gotten our billion dollars worth yet?
Sunday (this n' that)
Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs - Li'l Red Riding Hood
Harry Gibson - Who Put the Benzadrine in Mrs Murphys Ovaltine?
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Toronto's new fake lake, also known as Experience Canada, is now ready to welcome our G20 Overlords.
In more G20 art news (via Akimbo):
Movement comma movement; collective dream 26 @253469
The official city of Toronto artist secure event zone taking place @253469 on Saturday June 26 from 8-11PM. Movement comma movement; collective dream 26 is a pro-global sub-atomic art particle summit of demanding short art films, irrational video and new sound and short performance. Security costs for this extra-ordinary one night art event have plummeted from an initial estimate of over one billion billion billion Canadian to a little over nothing.
Projected short film and video works beginning at 8PM by Angela Eileen De Crescenzo, Christina Kozak, Daeve Fellows, Karol Orzechowski, Robert Morpheal, Wesley Rickert and the original North American premier of "Fish Freezing Factory" 90 seconds, Lucy McKenna, (Ireland). Featured short live performance beginning at 9PM, including "Inverted space paper femme theater @253469" and other short performance works by Istvan Kantor, Art Szombathy, Nicole Torok, Christina Kozak, Ulysses Castellanos, 469 and 253. (Free stuff will be available)
253469 is an interdisciplinary art space that is not ruled by commerce, academia, politics or common sense. 253469 is currently located at 1267 Bloor Street West (just east of Lansdowne) and is generally mismanaged by 253 & 469.
Perhaps Istvan Kantor will have one of his hissy fits in front of Toronto's brand spanking new water cannon.