By Sarah on March 28, 2011
Monday, March 28 Kelly Hogan, Scott Ligon; Hideout. 7 pm, $10 suggested donation Tuesday, March 29 City and Colour, Gord Downie; Park West. 7:30 pm, sold out Geronimo!, Kid You’ll Move Mountains, The Soil and the Sun, Brontosaurus; Double Door. 8 pm, $8 Laura Jansen, Umma; Beat Kitchen. 8 pm, $10 Destroyer, The War on […]
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By Sarah on April 26, 2010
I can safely say that there’s a show every night this week that I want to be at. I’m not going to make any predictions of where I’ll actually show up, though, because that’s just asking for me to spend all week sitting at the computer and playing Plants vs. Zombies.
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