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RETURN OF MELANIE SUTHERLAND / THINGS TO DO FOR THANKSGIVING


KICKING OF THE THANKSGIVING WEEKEND


WE HAVE A GREAT FEATURE SHOWCASES TONIGHT

OUTSIDE OF OUR RESIDENT DJ'S

THE RETURN OF

~ MELANIE SUTHERLAND~

DELIVERING DEEP, HYPNOTIC AND SEXY UNDERGROUND SOUNDS”


Hailing from Toronto, Ontario,

Melanie creates an atmosphere where crowds get lost in the deep grooves of her sonic experience, compelling bodies to move and time to slip away.

Her sexy underground sound has led to several DJ residencies including Northbound Leather, Girl Ill House You ,

Music is the Answer and HER parties.

DELIVERING US A SET TONIGHT AT MIDNIGHT -1 AM

ON BDR

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THINGS TO DO FOR THE THANKSGIVING WEEKEND


Check out some massive illuminated art outside

The city’s BigArtTO art program continues until Dec. 25, meaning you have plenty of time to check out the giant-sized installations popping up around the city.

Thanksgiving Weekend’s artwork will include Online//Offline 1 by Enna Kim at Christie Pits Park, and Sunken by Nikole Hidalgo at the Driftwood Community Recreation Centre. Shows run from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m


Do a drive-thru lights festival

You may be jumping the gun with the jack-o'-lantern festivities, but Toronto's Halloween Night of Lights is a great way to have fun with those in your household without leaving the car.

This 2.2 kilometre drive-thru experience includes more than 700,000 LED lights. Buy your ticket online, head up to Improve Canada, turn up the radio channel and roll down the windows.


Tune in to Toronto’s queerest film fest

Sitting shoulder-to-shoulder in a movie theatre is the last thing you want to do right now, but we’re pretty much living off of Netflix and Amazon Prime these days, so why not support some local film festivals? It’s the thirtieth year of Toronto’s LGBT film fest, Inside Out, and they’re screening films until Oct. 11.


Watch an outdoor dance performance at High Park

The High Park amphitheatre has been seeing more action than ever as of late, and this weekend will be no exception. The Dora Award-winning Red Sky Performance will be bringing its contemporary Indigenous show to this spacious park's stage.

The event is free, and runs from Oct. 9 to Oct. 11. Show times vary.


FROM EVERYONE

AT BLACK DONNELLY RADIO

WE WISH YOU AND YOURS A SAFE

HAPPY THANKSGIVING WEEKEND

AND A HEAVENLY 80TH BIRTHDAY TO

JOHN LENNON

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MAY GOOD JUJU FIND YOU

~ANTHONY~




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