Central & Remote: Thursday July 11th

Welcome to a mini C&R for today. Look out for the rest of the weekends best listings tomorrow!.


(Pic via Spinning Music)


#Petheadz – Go check out the opening of #petheadz, featuring the work of Toronto photographer Zachary Rose. His work features portraits of pets, which he uniquely combines with portraits of their owners. Apparently, there will be cupcakes – 2186dundas (2186 Dundas St. W.) – 7:30pm – Free

That 90s Thing – Remember what it was like growing up in the 90s? Whether your answer is yes or no, you can now (re-)experience it! Go listen to and request your favorite 90s music, play some N64, and drink beer. There will be raffles, door prizes, and a costume contest. So dress in your favorite 90s outfit and party on – Beer Academy (75 Victoria St.) – 7pm to 12am – $15

Crops of the Future – Feed your mind by seeing this free documentary screening of “Crops of the Future”, directed by the award-winning Marie-Monique Robin. The documentary addresses the use of pesticides in agriculture across four continents. Refreshments and snacks will be provided – College Arts Market (846 College St. W. ) – 6:30pm to 8:30pm – Free
Music in St. James ParkRakkatak, the Toronto-based ensemble, perform classical tabla compositions outdoors in St. James Park. The first 100 attendees will receive a super secret special gift – St. James Park (15 King St. E.) – 7pm to 9pm – Free

About Brooke Lynn

Brooke spends most of her free time contemplating who would win in a fight between a miniature lobster endowed with unicorn magic and a giant cockroach. She chooses the giant cockroach 62.54% of the time. When she’s not thinking about invertebrate street fighting, Brooke spends her time learning how to read. [More by Brooke]