Here’s a trio of the hottest things you can do to avoid a case of the Mondays.*
Where: Massey Hall
Ray Lamontagne sounds like the kind of guy you never want your girlfriend to meet. He oozes a combination of contemporary soul and New England beard. If gravel can be smooth, then that is the sound of Lamontagne’s voice. And he’ll be making people swoon tonight at Massey Hall – your girlfriend included.
A Taste of Home
Where: Bat Adelaide Centre, 33 Bay St.
Some of the best chefs in the city (Michael Caballo, Chef/Owner, Edulis Restaurant;
Sam Gelman, Executive Chef, Momofuku Toronto; Jamie Kennedy, Owner/Executive Chef, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens; Albert Ponzo, Chef de Cuisine, Le Sélect Bistro) are getting together to cook recipes that kids came up with. Seriously. Not only is it for a good cause, but we imagine fruit roll-ups will also be involved.
Where: The Garrison, 1197 Dundas W.
The city’s best, and most unpredictable, lecture series is back this month to discuss The Northern Vowel Shift, Spelling Bees, and How To Stay Positive on Welfare. If you haven’t been before, you should know that the common theme that brings it all together is that not one of the speakers is an expert in the field they’re discussing. Though they’ve probably read at least one blog post. Don’t be late – no one’s allowed in after 8pm. For real.
*Of course, no one would blame you for staying in to start learning your new dance moves.
#LYNL | (Live Your Notable Life)
Top photo: Ray Lamontagne