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Arts Events, October 8-13

Thursday, October 8:
Dragonette @ The Mod Club: Check out our interview with lead singer Martina Sorbara here. Doors open at 7:30pm, $15, 722 College St.

Ohbijou @ Hart House: Fabulous up-and-coming indie pop–free! 9:30pm, 7 Hart House Circle.

Vampire Weekend @ The Horseshoe: Doors at 8:30pm, $22.50, 370 Queen W.

David Cross, interview and signing of I Drink for a Reason: Indigo Eaton Center, Dundas & Yonge, 7pm.

Friday, October 9:
International Home Show @ International Center: exhibits, model rooms, renovation tips, a cooking center, green pavilion. $10 for students.

Kylie Minogue @ the ACC: $30-$120, 40 Bay St.

The Slackers @ Lee’s Palace: Doors at 9pm, $17.50, 529 Bloor St. W.

Saturday, October 10:
Abilities Art Festival: The Film Forum this weekend offers a variety of films written, produced, directed or starring artists with disabilities. Check out Sledhead, a film about a group of men determined to prove that they are the world’s best disabled hockey team. At Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue.

Pulling for the Hungry @ Yonge/Dundas Square: Watch fitness guru Conor Kelly attempt to pull a 28 000 lb school bus to raise awareness about child hunger in Toronto, as a part of Feeding Toronto’s Hungry Students Week.

Monday, October 12:
Mika @ Sound Academy: Doors at 7pm, $38, 11 Polson.

Tuesday, October 13:
Amy Millan @ Mod Club: 8pm, $15, 722 College.

The Gossip @ Opera House: 9pm, $25, 735 Queen E.

Wilco @ Massey Hall. 8pm, $40, 178 Victoria St.

Friday, October 16:
CORRECTION: The Coen Bros’ new movie A Serious Man comes out in theatres today.

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