Hit List: Nightlife Events, March 18-20


5 pm Manhattan @ Roosevelt Room, 2 Drummond Place. Wine, some networking and gossip. $15 for filet mignon mini burgers and a cold beer.

5:35 pm What Is Indie @ Clinton’s, 693 Bloor St. W. Performances from !ATTENTION!, Take Cover Arizona, Haunts, Atlas.

10 pm Surf’s Up @ 751, 751 Queen St. W. 60’s garage, surf, rockabilly, and some Lo Fi and new jams. $10 pitchers, $3.50 PBR

10 pm Thursdays Upstairs @ Nyood, 1096 Queen St. W. Hip meets swank. DJ Jedi, with $160 bottles of Grey Goose. Style code enforced, reservations suggested. Kirby: 416-419-0975

10 pm The In Crowd @ Tattoo Rock Parlour, 567 Queen St. W. With Ride The Tiger and Slater & Ty. Soui, Motown, Funk, Stax, 60’s Rock. $5 cover, $3.50 drinks, free before midnight with student ID.

10 pm Stacked @ Andy Poolhall, 489 College St. W. New Music Edition this week.


6 pm Marben’s Goodbye Party @ Marben, 488 Wellington St. The old Marben is closing, so send ‘er off with a $45 greatest hits prix fixe (duck tacos!), old school tunes, and bidding on everything but the kitchen sink (who will score the glowing bar?)

7:30 pm Defected In The House @ Roosevelt Room, 2 Drummond Place. The record label’s first ever party in Toronto. DJ Michael Canitrot, who DJ’d the Cannes Film Festival. RSVP for guestlist: info@therooseveltroom.ca

8 pm Live Jazz with Rachelle Boudreau and Konrad Pluta @ Lola’s Lounge, 634 Church St. A mix of classic standards and contemporary tunes.

8 pm A Top Rankin’ Nite of Ska @ Margret , 2952 Dundas St. W. Late 70’s and early 80’s ska rhythms.

9 pm Hip-Hop Karaoke Round 38 @ Revival, 783 College St. Over 600 songs to test your skills. $5 before 11, $10 after.

9 pm SNFU Greatest Hits Set @ Sneaky Dee’s. Legendary Skatepunk band from Edmonton plays their greatest hits. $13.50 in advance at Soundscapes and Rotate This.

10 pm Fuck Faces @ Wrongbar, 1279 Queen St. W. Rock, Ghetto, Funk, Tech, Hip Hop, House, Bass, with Scott Seewhale. dmoney.rsvp@gmail.com for free entry before 12.

10 pm Finally Fridays @ Shallow Groove, 559 College St. House, Nu Disco, Electro, Dubstep. $3 drinks before midnight. For $5 reduced guestlist: guestlist@themansioninc.com subject Shallow Groove

10 pm Rocks Off @ Czehoski, 678 Queen St. W. Rock and roll for you.

10 pm Down Low @ 751, 751 Queen St. W. R.Kelly and slow jamz all night long. $5.

10 pm Atmosphere @ The Boat, 158 Augusta Ave. Warehouse music all night long. $5 after 11 pm

11 pm Edumacation @ The Drake Underground, 1150 Queen St. W. With DJ Fase and DJ M-ROCK

8 pm Pop Up @ Bread and Circus, 299 Augusta Ave. Nice, dirty performances from Adolf Glitter, Airheart, TAngA, and Vivek Shraya. DJ Le Freak C’est Keek. $5

9 pm Turning Point @ The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St. W. Afro latin and Caribbean sounds. Special guest Paulo Superfly, with stacks of old vinyl from the African continent.

9:50 pm There Goes The Neighbourhood: Lady Gaga’s Birthday @ The Barn, 418 Church St. With DJs Shane Percy, Vivi Diamond, Betti Forde. $2 Cran Vodka before 11:30, and cake.

10 pm Hot Music! @ 751, 751 Queen St. W. Heavy funk, soul, disco, party anthems.

10 pm Jackin’ The House @ Wrongbar, 1279 Queen St. W. with Jason Hodges, Mike Gleeson, and Famous Players. $10 reduced guestlist: guestlist@wrongbar.com

10 pm Digital Future @ The Sound Academy, 11 Polson Pier. 4 rooms with artists like Calvin Harris, Laidback Luke, and Dake Blood. Tickets on Ticketmaster.

10 pm Birdtown and Swanville Keg Party @ 58 Montrose. $10 for all the beer you can swill. Jams, grilled cheese, hair curling, aura cleansing, hopscotch. Proceeds fund their upcoming play.

10 pm Evening Standard @ Drake Underground, 1150 Queen St. W. With Eli Escobar and Membersonly.


  1. desprado7
    April 22, 2010

    MY comments to your post is simple. Change your surroundings. it seems that the job is keeping you from being happy because you called it a “eh” job and you have friends that are in your situation (or maybe you are in THEIR situations).

    Change is everything… it start by wanting to change. I always say you are your ccvp worst ennemy because you are the hardess judging person about yourself, what if he thinks that, what if looks at me like that… self image is everything, people will see you the way YOU SEE yourself… the minute you realize that, life cisa is just simply different.

    Try this, look at yourself in the mirror everyday and say this; I love myself, citrix certification I’m happy, I’m georgous and I’m in control. Your surrounding will see that just like this; a smile is contacgious, E20-322 so is your visual projection of yourself is as well

    These present affirmation are stronger then “I’ll be happy”… but this is a totally different topic.

    I always say that, happiness is journey, not a destination.

    Enjoy the path to your life and smile

  2. DodsonLatasha
    May 11, 2010

    It is understandable that cash makes us independent. But what to do if someone does not have money? The one way only is to get the business loans and sba loan.

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