Don Henley

The founding member of The Eagles lent his bluesy songwriting stamp and unmistakable rough-edged tenor to “Hotel California” before starting a successful solo career that spawned the undying warm-weather anthem “Boys of Summer.” $59–$198. Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front St. E.,

Kasa Moto

The city’s fanciest izakaya makes ikebana-like displays out of mackerel, hamachi, sea bream, fatty Scottish salmon and precious tuna belly sashimi. Each bite is more flavourful than the last, like a wine that surprises with more depth on every sip. Read our review here. 115 Yorkville Ave.,


Each chapter of Christian Bök’s poem contains only one vowel, and each movement of Canadian choreographer Denise Fujiwara’s NextSteps dance adaptation mimics the approach: its performers initiate action only through specific body parts (e.g., in Chapter E, the chest and feet are allowed to move, but not the torso). $39. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 235 Queens Quay W.,

Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen

This retrospective, created in collaboration with Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum, documents the pop-art pioneer’s obsession with stardom. It features his childhood scrapbook and fastidiously culled collection of portraits, along with the silkscreens, Polaroids, prints and films that transformed him from a chronicler of icons into an icon in his own right. $13. TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King St. W.,