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Today in Toronto: 300 Tapes, Ra Ra Riot, Toronto Italian Film Festival and more

300 Tapes As any one of this decade’s disgraced memoir writers can tell you, memory is a fickle mistress. Three Toronto actors took up the challenge and set about exploring that slippery thing, the power of recollection, over a two-year residency at the Theatre Centre. Find out more >>

Royal Ontario Museum Brush up on your African geopolitics at this talk about the benefits and drawbacks of new foreign investment in the continent. Find out more >>

Toronto Italian Film Festival Although billed as Italian, this fest leaps from Toronto’s Corso Italia to Bollywood. When “the other TIFF” launched in 1999, it screened Italian classics, such as Antonioni’s Blow-Up, but has since broadened its scope to include any film that deals with Italian culture. Find out more >>

Ra Ra Riot The peppy college band performs at the Mod Club. Find out more >>

Julie Michels/George Koller Singer Julie Michels and bassist George Koller frequently appear together: he provides expert support for her big, burnished voice, with an intuitive grasp of a singer’s craft and pacing that has caught the ear of collaborators Bruce Cockburn, Holly Cole, Dizzy Gillespie and the like. Expect highlights from the pair’s soon-to-be-released CD, Finding Home. Find out more >>

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