NEWSLETTER

Updated:  July 25, 2002

While I love the fact that Toronto hosts World Youth Day, am I alone in the feeling that I’m looking forward to the departure of all our guests visiting?  The congestion must be getting to me!! 

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Each title will take you to the main page of my newsletter.  I find that some of you are missing some important information and on the newsletter page, you can still click on any of the titles of the items listed and it will take you to information for each individual story or event.  This newsletter is still designed to welcome all the new members, give you some updated entertainment-related news, recap some of last week’s events and provide you with our upcoming event listings.   Welcome to those who are new members.  I will also highlight events for the next 10 days so click on EVENTS.

NEWS

8TH ANNUAL SOUL TRAIN LADY OF SOUL: Ashanti and Aaliyah lead nominations for this year's show.

Excerpt from www.eurweb.com:

Spago Beverly Hills was the location, yesterday, of the announcements for the 8th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards nominees.   On hand to tell who was nominated for what, were weekly Soul Train host, Shemar Moore and Jill Scott, who, along with Arsenio Hall, will co-host the event. Show will air live on August 24 from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

But what you want to know is who got nominated, right? Here's a brief rundown. Super-hot Murder, Inc. Records artist Ashanti, led with five nominations, the late Aaliyah, has four and Alicia Keys, garnered three noms, to lead a star-studded list.  The 8th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards festivities will also be highlighted by two Special Award presentations, the coveted Lena Horne Award, for "Outstanding Career Achievements," to be presented to Angela Bassett and the Aretha Franklin Award, for "Entertainer of the Year," which will be presented to Ashanti.   "An awards process, strictly for the ladies, is an idea I can never get enough of and this year’s ‘Lady of Soul Awards,’ promises to be more exciting than ever before," commented executive producer and creator, Don Cornelius.   For more and a complete list of nominations, go to
www.SoulTrain.com.

 

THE HARD LINE: (My) Soul for Sale - by Steven Ivory

Excerpt from www.eurweb.com:

No business story this week touched This Ol' Heart of Mine quite like news that Motown Records founder Berry Gordy plans in early 2003 to sell the reminder of Jobete Music Publishing, once the heart and soul of his legendary label, to EMI Music Publishing company for about $200 million. The next time you hear "Where Did Our Love Go," you'll know the answer.

Motown and Jobete became a model for what blacks could do when united and working together. Motown's distinction among blacks who embraced its magic--and a motivating factor for a multitude of white fans as well--was that blacks not only wrote and performed the music but owned the company. Like any enterprise, the blueprint wasn't perfect. But at the end of each day for many decades, Motown and Jobete were black owned and operated.  It is no small irony that black art and culture drive popular trend globally, from music to fashion and beyond. Yet, we truly own so little of it. You can't be mad at Gordy for preparing to sell off the last of his historic enterprise; it is his to sell. You have to wonder, however, when the black owned entertainment empire--truly black-owned and not in logo-only--will be so commonplace that the selling of one won't be viewed as a melancholy event, but rather, simply the reward for so exquisitely playing the game.

Steven Ivory is a Los Angeles-based journalist. Respond to him at STEVRIVORY@AOL.COM or EURfeedback@eurweb.com

 

EMMY NOMS ANNOUNCED: Bernie Mac, Angela Bassett named.

Excerpt from www.eurweb.com:

The Emmy nominations were announced yesterday morning and HBO's standout series "Six Feet Under" led the pack with 23 nominations.   "West Wing" came in second with 21 nods. Those are pretty high numbers, but "Six Feet Under" fell short of the record by one nomination - - "NYPD Blue" scored 24 nominations in 1994.   Though very few of "us" made the cut, here are some the champs that broke through: Bernie Mac, Lead Actor in a Comedy Series; The Bernie Mac Show, Writing for a Comedy Series; Angela Bassett, Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie, "The Rosa Parks Story" and Dule Hill and Freddy Rodriguez, Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, "The West Wing" and "Six Feet Under," respectively.   Charles S. Dutton was nominated for his guest appearance on "The Practice" and Wayne Brady was nominated for his Performance in a Variety or Music Program on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" along with HBO's "Janet Jackson: In Concert From Hawaii" and "John Leguizzamo's Sexaholix...A Love Story."

 

FUBU'S GOT "05" ON IT: Clothier wins trademark lawsuit.

Excerpt from www.eurweb.com:

Just after FUBU hooked up a deal with KOCH Entertainment to distribute its boutique label FUBU Records, the urban sportswear brand was awarded $6.7 million in damages against Solid Clothing, Inc.
  FUBU sued Solid after the Los Angeles-based company wilfully infringed upon FUBU's "05" trademark. Solid manufactured clothing during 1999-2000 with the "05" imprint.   According to a statement, the judge flatly rejected Solid's claim that the "05" mark was not a trademark, but rather a mere number on an athletic jersey. The judge awarded FUBU all of the profits Solid earned from the "look alike" gear and FUBU's last profits during that period.  The Solid case is only one of many cases FUBU has against impersonators. The clothing co. that says it "will not stand idly by while copycats and counterfeiters make money off our trademark," is also taking on Wal-Mart, Abercrombie & Fitch, The Children's Place and Charlotte Russe.

 

NEW EVENTS

LAUNCH PARTY AND FUNDRAISER FOR DA KINK IN MY HAIR

Make your mark!  Support the Launch Party and Fundraiser for da kink in my hair – a play written by Trey Anthony, directed by Weyni Mengesha and V-Formation Productions - a documentary produced by Joel Gordon and Kirk Cooper – da kink: run for the border.  All proceeds from this event will go to the cast of da kink as they perform in New York City (August 8 – 18th) and the development of the documentary.  Performances by Dwayne Morgan, True, Trey Anthony, the cast of da kink in my hair and many more!  Admission includes complimentary hors d’ouevres by Diner’s Corner and the DJ stylings of Blacat and Redstar resident DJs.

TUESDAY, JULY 30, 2002
LAUNCH PARTY AND FUNDRAISER FOR DA KINK IN MY HAIR
The Left Bank
567 Queen Street W.
Doors open: 8:00 pm – Start time:  9:00 pm
Admission:  $15
vformation@mail.com

 

2002 UMAC AWARDS HOSTED BY MASTER T

Acoustic rapper K-OS leads this year’s Urban X-Posure Awards nominations, the Urban Music Association of Canada (UMAC) announced today, with breakout acts Glenn Lewis, Remy Shand and Grammy-winning Nelly Furtado also securing nominations.  Winners will be announced at the 4th annual Urban X-Posure – Canada’s Urban Music Awards. 
Television coverage of the Awards is being produced in association with Rogers Television.

“Urban music continues to make incredible strides and the past year has been harvest time for fans and the industry here,” said UMAC president Tony Sutherland. “The cross section of solid talent throughout Canada is more encouraging than ever. Our nominees represent the globalization of Canadian urban music in every category.”  Last month, Sutherland announced that jazz pianist Oscar Peterson will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award while legendary Toronto rapper Maestro, and Ed Matwawana, president of the African Nova Scotian Music Association, will receive Special Achievement Awards.

Urban X-Posure 2002 – Canada’s Urban Music Awards is a night of celebration and performance, featuring live performances from Choclair, Ghetto Concept, Blessed, Sean Oliver, Wade O. Brown, Joe Sealy, Jackie Richardson, X-Quisite, Dwayne Morgan and others.  The event will be hosted by Virgin Music Canada artist and former MuchMusic VJ Master T; Baby J and Subliminal. Tickets are on sale at all Ticketmaster locations, on the web at www.ticketmaster.ca, by phone at (416) 870-8000 or at the door.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31
2002 UMAC AWARDS
Phoenix Concert Theatre
410 Sherbourne (north of Carlton)
Doors open:  7:45 pm – Awards start 8:30 pm
Awards show and afterparty: 
$30 ($40 at door)
Ticketmaster 416-870-8000
Party with stars at the Official Awards Afterparty:
10:30 pm until ?
Featuring DJs Christopher Michaels (FLOW 93.5 FM) and Carl Allen (CKLN 88.1)
$15 at the door (only)

 

GUINNESS ISLAND SOUL – AUGUST 2-5, 2002

Harbourfront Centre tips its hat to the hot artists of the Caribbean with Guinness Island Soul presented by NOW Magazine running August 2 to 5. The weekend showcases the arts and lively fun of the Islands and will blend hot reggae and soca and cool R&B musical sounds with the colourful dance for which the region is known. Delicious food and family activities round out the revelry. 

 

THE 6TH ANNUAL CARIBBEAN HEATWAVE PARTY 2002

Join United Professionals Associates (UPA), Another Croft Original and Exclusive Entertainment as they once again present an unforgettable event.  Where the adults will be - Captain John's!  Caribana Saturday Night, its the only party reserved for party goers like YOU!  Two rooms of pure excitement - ROOM ONE:  Canada's upscale DJ'S - DJ Mark Anthony & George Fynn - playing the best in soca, R&B, reggae, hip hop, old school and slow jams; ROOM TWO: The party phenomenons - Mr. Kicks, Uncle Funke & C-Plus playing house and soul.  The only event in Toronto reserved for the mature minded, like YOU!!!  Make it a date and don't be late for this Party.  Don't Miss the Boat!

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
THE 6TH ANNUAL CARIBBEAN HEATWAVE PARTY 2002

Aboard Captain John's
Queen's Quay at the foot of Yonge Street.
ADVANCED TICKETS ARE $20 AT OUTLET LOCATIONS (see flyer)
Tickets are only $25.00 at the door before midnight and an unheard price of
$10 before 10 pm (LIMITED TICKETS AT THE DOOR ONLY)
Info:  caribbeanheatwave@yahoo.com
caribbeanheatwave@yahoo.com;
UPA  (416) 410-4653; Mark Anthony (416) 818-9495 - markanthonyevents@hotmail.com

 

RECAP

SEXY IN THE CITY FASHION SHOW RECAP

Sexy in the City presented a hot showcase of fashion sense featuring this new Toronto designer, Susan Scutt!!  Zanneeke Artwear (her new shoppe at 3087 Dundas Street West - halfway between Keele and Runnymede) is a funky, cool, hip (get it?) store – try to check it out!  The clothes are chic casual with an afrocentric flare!  This is the place to shop for reasonably priced, hip, one-of-a-kind fashions!  And the men’s line!!  Beautiful!!  Lots of whooping from the ladies for the men’s wear – so men, get out there and purchase yourself a little somethin’ somethin’!!  Be Unique!  Check out pics from the show in my PHOTO GALLERY.

 

HOT EVENTS TO CHECK OUT THIS WEEK!

CULTIVATE YOUR SOUL - JULY 25, 2002

A night to revel in Toronto's colourful personalities as we take you on a journey from fashion to film. Come celebrate and experience Toronto soul like you've never felt it before!   Urban Behavior Fall Fashion Preview.  Performances by:  Mambo Urbano, Drum, Sacha, and Special appearance by Choclair.  DJ's: Nick Holder, Jason Palma, Felix & Gani. 

JULY 25, 2002

CULTIVATE YOUR SOUL
URBAN BEHAVIOR FALL FASHION PREVIEW
Koolhaus (The Guvernment)

132 Queens Quay East
9:30 PM
$15.00
To purchase tickets CLICK HERE or visit any Urban Behavior. For more information, please phone 416.895.2340

 

CARLSBERG LIGHT KICK UP YOUR HEELS - JULY 26-28

Twirl, jump, kick and shake it - all weekend long! Try beginner classes from ballet to breakdance and yoga to salsa. Watch breathtaking modern and traditional dance shows by Shebang! Back II Basiks, Kaeja d'Dance, Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Co.,  Arabesque Dance Co., Black Ice and more, and then try out your moves at amazing concerts by Roy Cape & His Kaiso All Stars, Beau Dixon, Resinators, a Bump N Hustle revue and Small World's Global Grooves and others. Get down, get fit and get funky! http://www.harbourfront.on.ca/rhythms/heels.html

 

SATURDAY, JULY 27
THE 7TH ANNUAL CLASSIC LIVE BUMP N’ HUSTLE
FEATURING
THE BUMP N' HUSTLE BAND, DIVINE EARTH ESSENCE, ALANA BRIDGEWATERGRAF NOBEL, DJ PAUL E LOPES AND DJ MIKE TULL
Harbourfront Centre
Brigatine Room
(aka the NOW late night Lounge)
235 Queens Quay West (Queens Quay west of York St.)
11:00 pm - tickets available at the door only $6!

EVENT PROFILE: We return to the Harbourfront for everybody's favourite reunion party in the open air by the lake ... Soul / jazz diva Divine will dropping new tracks, Alana will be kickin new material recently recorded with house production duo Dino + Terry of Crash Records, B-gyal Graf Nobel will kick all styles and the DJs will as usual remind you that when you think of the best summer jams the Bump N' Hustle dance floor at Harbourfront always comes to mind.

 


 WEEKEND EVENTS
JULY 25 - 28, 2002

THURSDAY, JULY 25
CULTIVATE YOUR SOUL
URBAN BEHAVIOR FALL FASHION PREVIEW
Koolhaus (The Guvernment)

132 Queens Quay East
9:30 PM
$15.00
To purchase tickets CLICK HERE or visit any Urban Behavior. For more information, please phone 416.895.2340


A night to revel in Toronto's colourful personalities as we take you on a journey from fashion to film. Come celebrate and experience Toronto soul like you've never felt it before!   Urban Behavior Fall Fashion Preview.  Performances by:  Mambo Urbano, Drum, Sacha, and Special appearance by Choclair.  DJ's: Nick Holder, Jason Palma, Felix & Gani. 

 

JULY 26-28, 2002
CARLSBERG LIGHT KICK UP YOUR HEELS

EVENT PROFILE: Twirl, jump, kick and shake it - all weekend long! Try beginner classes from ballet to breakdance and yoga to salsa. Watch breathtaking modern and traditional dance shows by Shebang!, Back II Basiks, Kaeja d'Dance, Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Co.,  Arabesque Dance Co., Black Ice and more, and then try out your moves at amazing concerts by Roy Cape & His Kaiso All Stars, Beau Dixon, Resinators, a Bump N Hustle revue and Small World's Global Grooves and others. Get down, get fit and get funky!  Go to my HARBOURFRONT page for all further details including artist names, dates, locations and times!  http://www.harbourfront.on.ca/rhythms/heels.html

 

FRIDAY, JULY 26
OPEN MIC FEATURING PETER MILLER
Café Havana
236 Adelaide W. (just east of Duncan)
(416) 598-4444
10:00 pm

EVENT PROFILE:  Featuring the vocal stylings of Peter Miller accompanied by Shamakah Ali, Michael Shand, Calvin Beale and Olly Johnson.

 

SATURDAY, JULY 27
THE 7TH ANNUAL CLASSIC LIVE BUMP N’ HUSTLE
FEATURING
THE BUMP N' HUSTLE BAND, DIVINE EARTH ESSENCE, ALANA BRIDGEWATERGRAF NOBEL, DJ PAUL E LOPES AND DJ MIKE TULL
Harbourfront Centre
Brigatine Room
(aka the NOW late night Lounge)
235 Queens Quay West (Queens Quay west of York St.)
11:00 pm - tickets available at the door only $6!

EVENT PROFILE: We return to the Harbourfront for everybody's favourite reunion party in the open air by the lake ... Soul / jazz diva Divine will dropping new tracks, Alana will be kickin new material recently recorded with house production duo Dino + Terry of Crash Records, B-gyal Graf Nobel will kick all styles and the DJs will as usual remind you that when you think of the best summer jams the Bump N' Hustle dance floor at Harbourfront always comes to mind.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 28
LAURYN HILL
HUMMINGBIRD CENTRE
1 Front Street E.
8:00 pm
$49.39-$79.29
Ticketmaster:  (416) 870-8000
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

EVENT PROFILE:  Artist Lauryn Hill releases her first album of new music since 1998's Grammy-winning The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. The latest album, a double CD/tape collection captures Hill's intimate twp-hour performance of new acoustic tunes which originally premiered on MTV2 in March, 2002.

"I want to introduce you to me," said Lauryn Hill onstage during the taping for MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, which received a "three-and-a-half star" (out of four) review in USA Today (March 8, 2002). "The raw, two-hour set of all-new music finds the former Fugees star not only unplugged, but unadorned," wrote critic Steve Jones. "....it's just Hill and her guitar, singing about the lessons she has learned since she left the spotlight....she has chosen to step out with no safety net of dancers of a band....it gives her an opportunity to truly connect with her audience, experiment with song forms and vocal styles, and, most important, tell the truth as she sees it."   A founding member of the pioneering multi-platinum hip-hop trio the Fugees, Lauryn Hill found overwhelming success as a solo artist with her debut album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard the week of its release. Selling more than 12 million copies worldwide, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill achieved both popular and critical acclaim, earning her five Grammy Awards (including Album of the Year and Best New Artist), three American Music Awards, one Billboard Award, one Soul Train Award, and one MTV Video Music Award.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 28
SOULAR
College Street Bar
574 College Street (at Manning)
10:30 pm
$5.00

EVENT PROFILE
: Featuring Dione Taylor, Sandy Mamane, Davide Direnzo, Justin Abedin, Dafydd Hughes and David French.

 


NEXT WEEK’S EVENTS
JULY 29 – AUGUST 5, 2002

MONDAY, JULY 29
PEPPA SEED MOTOWN REVIVAL
Indian Motorcycle
355 King Street
10:30 pm
NO COVER

EVENT PROFILE
: Featuring Divine Earth Essence, Mackie Langford, Rohan Staton, Roger Williams, Deryck Roche

 

MONDAY, JULY 29
VIP JAM WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
Revival Bar
783 College Street (at Shaw)
10:00 pm
NO COVER

EVENT PROFILE
: Featuring Rich Brown, Andrew Craig and Shamakah Ali with various local artists.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 30
JAM SESSION
Lava Lounge
507 College Street (west of Bathurst)
10:30 pm
NO COVER

EVENT PROFILE
: Featuring Divine Earth Essence, Calvin Beale, Michael Shand, Joe Bowden, Thomas Reynolds and various local artists.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 30
LAUNCH PARTY AND FUNDRAISER FOR DA KINK IN MY HAIR
The Left Bank
567 Queen Street W.
Doors open: 8:00 pm – Start time:  9:00 pm
Admission:  $15
vformation@mail.com

EVENT PROFILE
:  Make your mark!  Support the Launch Party and Fundraiser for da kink in my hair – a play written by Trey Anthony, directed by Weyni Mengesha and V-Formation Productions - a documentary produced by Joel Gordon and Kirk Cooper – da kink: run for the border.  All proceeds from this event will go to the cast of da kink as they perform in New York City (August 8 – 18th) and the development of the documentary.  Performances by Dwayne Morgan, True, Trey Anthony, the cast of da kink in my hair and many more!  Admission includes complimentary hors d’ouevres by Diner’s Corner and the DJ stylings of Blacat and Redstar resident DJs.

 

TUESDAY, JULY 30
LENNY KRAVITZ
Molson Amphitheatre
909 Lakeshore Blvd. W.
7:00 pm
$30 - $89.50
Ticketmaster:  (416) 870-8000
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

EVENT PROFILE:  Toronto fans can dig in to Lenny Kravitz's trademark brand of riveting rock 'n roll. Kravitz returns to the Molson Amphitheatre stage after three years, with the gritty popster Pink and alt-rock newcomers Abandoned Pools. Since his 1989 debut, Let Love Rule, Kravitz's song writing and production skills have been on an upswing. His second album, Mama Said, gave him a number two hit with "It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over." Are You Gonna Go My Way (1993), Kravitz's third album, was a commercial success as was 1998's 5 -- . (we'll overlook 1995's flop Circus) Kravitz is somewhat of a chameleon, with the unquestionable ability to recreate the sound and feeling of countless groups from the past. His music recalls everyone from Lennon, Hendrix, and Bowie to Prince. But, Kravitz hasn't melded these influences into one distinctive style. The result: each song on each of his albums sounds like it was recorded by a different artist. With his ever-changing sound and style, one thing remains constant; Kravitz's music might not be original, but it is quite enjoyable.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31
2002 UMAC AWARDS
Phoenix Concert Theatre
410 Sherbourne (north of Carlton)
Doors open:  7:45 pm – Awards start 8:30 pm
Awards show and afterparty: 
$30 ($40 at door)
Ticketmaster 416-870-8000
Party with stars at the Official Awards Afterparty:
10:30 pm until ?
Featuring DJs Christopher Michaels (FLOW 93.5 FM) and Carl Allen (CKLN 88.1)
$15 at the door

EVENT PROFILE:  Urban X-Posure 2002 – Canada’s Urban Music Awards is a night of celebration and performance, featuring live performances from Choclair, Ghetto Concept, Blessed, Sean Oliver, Wade O. Brown, Joe Sealy, Jackie Richardson, X-Quisite, Dwayne Morgan and others.  The event will be hosted by Virgin Music Canada artist and former MuchMusic VJ Master T; Baby J and Subliminal. Tickets are on sale at all Ticketmaster locations, on the web at www.ticketmaster.ca, by phone at (416) 870-8000 or at the door.

 

AUGUST 2-5, 2002
GUINNESS ISLAND SOUL


EVENT PROFILE:  Harbourfront Centre tips its hat to the hot artists of the Caribbean with Guinness Island Soul presented by NOW Magazine running August 2 to 5. The weekend showcases the arts and lively fun of the Islands and will blend hot reggae and soca and cool R&B musical sounds with the colourful dance for which the region is known. Delicious food and family activities round out the revelry. 

 

FRIDAY, AUGUST 2
OPEN MIC FEATURING PETER MILLER
Café Havana
236 Adelaide W. (just east of Duncan)
(416) 598-4444
10:00 pm

EVENT PROFILE:  Featuring the vocal stylings of Peter Miller accompanied by Shamakah Ali, Michael Shand, Calvin Beale and Olly Johnson.

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
Toronto Carnival Parade
Saturday, August 3 at Exhibition Place/Lakeshore Blvd.
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

EVENT PROFILE:  The centrepiece of the carnival festivities features mas bands strutting their stuff as they compete for the title of Band of the Year. For ten hours, Toronto's lakeside parkway becomes one very long street party, where you'll see unique display of masqueraders whining and grinding to the Soca beats. Hungry? No worries. The beauty of the parade not only lies in the colourful costumers, but also the vast array of island foods. You'll find everything from jerk chicken and goat rotis to peanut punch and doubles. $25 CDN/$20 US.  For more information contact The Toronto Mas Bands Association at (416) 285-1609 or 1-888-210-8789 or e-mail: admin@bellnet.ca  

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
THE 6TH ANNUAL CARIBBEAN HEATWAVE PARTY 2002

Aboard Captain John's
Queen's Quay at the foot of Yonge Street.
Ship remains docked
Tickets are only $25.00 at the door before midnight and an unheard price of $10 before 10 pm

Info:  caribbeanheatwave@yahoo.com; UPA  (416) 410-4653; Mark Anthony (416) 818-9495 - markanthonyevents@hotmail.com

EVENT PROFILE:   Join United Professionals Associates (UPA), Another Croft Original and Exclusive Entertainment as they present an unforgettable event.  Where the adults will be - Captain John's!  Caribana Saturday Night, its the only party reserved for party goers like YOU!  Two rooms of pure excitement - ROOM ONE:  Canada's upscale DJ'S - DJ Mark Anthony & George Fynn - playing the best in soca, r&b, reggae, hip hop, old school and slow jams; ROOM TWO:  The party Phenomenons - Mr. Kicks, Uncle Funke & C-Plus playing house and soul.  The only event in Toronto reserved for the mature minded, like YOU!!!  Make it a date and don't be late for this Party.   Don't Miss the Boat!

 

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
MAXWELL
HUMMINGBIRD CENTRE
1 Front Street E.
8:00 pm
$39.50 - $69.50

EVENT PROFILE
:   Take one-part psycho-sexual funk of Prince and two-parts romance a la Marvin Gaye, and you've got Maxwell's tender alternative to the usual lyrical reports of sexual escapades. 

 

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
SOULAR
College Street Bar
574 College Street (at Manning)
10:30 pm
$5.00

EVENT PROFILE
: Featuring Dione Taylor, Sandy Mamane, Davide Direnzo, Justin Abedin, Dafydd Hughes and David French.

 

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