TIP SHEET March 24-Apr 7
Youth Power Workshop for teen activism hosted by 4Unity Records, Prisoners Justice Action Committee and others. Friends House. Free. 416-927-0777 .
+miss congeniality 2 Sandra Bullock dresses up again in this sequel to the comedy hit. On screens today.
grinder See how Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty spends his NHL hiatus when his garage rock crew rolls into Lee's Palace. $10. 416-532-1598.
+mary gauthier Erstwhile drunk, ex-con and Cajun restaurateur turned fab Nashville tunesmith graces Hugh's Room. $28.50-$30. 416-531-6604.
+D.E.B.S. Angela Robinson's tongue-in-cheeky spy girl parody flick opens today.
GOOD FRIDAY Justice walk Song, prayer and a trek through the downtown turn Easter into a social change moment. Church of the Holy Trinity. Free. 416-275-6059.
soundtrack of our lives Wacky Swede rock assault force show off the songs from their new Origin, Vol. 1 disc at the Guvernment. $25.75. 416-870-8000.
+by divine right Jose Contreras and his shambolic hippie-pop crew share warm fuzzies with the crowd at Lee's Palace. $8. 416-532-1598.
+paprika Last chance to catch the annual fest of new theatre artists under 21. Tarragon Near Studio. Free. 416-531-1827.
shaunA born Recent OCAD grad Born displays a group of life-size portraits, on at Le Gallery till Mar 30. Free. 416-532-8467.
+the hollow It's pay-what-you-can night for this clown play created and directed by Mump & Smoot's Michael Kennard. Till Apr 9 at the Berkeley Theatre. Pwyc-$30. 416-368-3110.
john legend Sweet-voiced R&B upstart tries to prove he's more than just Kanye West's sidekick at the Docks. $30.75. 416-870-8000.
+matt mays & el torpedo Decide for yourself whether the Dartmouth upstart is this generation's Neil Young at the Horseshoe. Free. 416-598-4753.
wicked Taxi's Carol Kane stars in this touring production of the Broadway hit musical about the witches of Oz, now at the Canon till Apr 24. $26-$110. 416-872-1212.
kate & anna mcgarrigle Bilingual Canfolk beauties rit comme les vaches at Hugh's Room. $37.50-$40. 416-531-6604.
carlos and jason sanchez Final day to catch the 20-something brothers' photos at Christopher Cutts Gallery. Free. 416-532-5566.
queens of the stone age Josh Homme and his sludge-rock brigade make some nooooise at the Kool Haus. $31.25. 416-532-5566.
kalan porter See if last year's Canadian Idol has acquired any stage presence when he plays Massey Hall. $32.50. 416-870-8000.
War resister funder Watch film Arlington West and hear resister Cliff Cornell. By donation. Danforth/Coxwell Library. www.resisters.ca.
Benefit for Homeless Out of the Cold program gets the cash for a night of performances by Margo Timmins and others. $25. Trinity St. Paul's. 416-656-0326.
st christopher A Shay Hahn's film-noirish play set in 1949 runs at Passe Muraille till Apr 17. $24-$34. 416-504-7529.
last house Actors Oliver Dennis, Michael Simpson and others check into the play Last House, at the Theatre Centre till Apr 17. $12-$22. 416-538-0988.
sin city Robert Rodriguez's big-buzz flick opens across town.
David Suzuki on Climate change Hear the broadcaster environmentalist analyse the current Kyoto moment. $5-$25. Convocation Hall. 416-978-8849.
great lake swimmers Subtly devastating indie folk savants launch their new Bodies And Minds disc at the Music Gallery. $8-$10. 416-204-1080.
bloc party Insanely hot South London art-punk threats try to prove their mettle at the Opera House. $13.50. 416-870-8000.
mono Moody Tokyo-based post-rock squad pay homage to Sonic Youth at the Drake. $10. 416-531-5042.
hal niedzviecki/julian rubinstein NOW film columnist Niedzviecki reads from his novel The Program and talks with Marc Glassman. Free. Al Green Theatre. 416-924-6211.
ian mcewan/camilla gibb First-rate scribes McEwan and Gibb read at Church of the Holy Trinity. $tba. 416-777-2665.
duran duran Simon LeBon and the boys may not be as suave and slim-hipped as they used to be, but you can still scream like a schoolgirl when they play Rio at the ACC. $49.50-$89.50. 416-870-8000.
black mountain Fall into a deep trance when the VanCity psych-folk squad bliss out with Seattle's Crystal Skulls at the 360. $9. 416-598-4753.
new creations festival Violin star Joshua Bell joins the TSO's Peter Oundjian and singer Barbara Hannigan for a program of modern masterpieces at Roy Thomson Hall, till Apr 7. $27-$105. 416-593-4828.
bowling for soup Texan novelty pop with the idiotic name play hits like Trucker Hat, 1985 and The Bitch Song at the Opera House. $17.50. 416-870-8000.
the kills UK bluesy-punk duo (and wannabe filmmakers) raise holy hell at the Horseshoe. $12.50-$15. 416-531-5042.
kingstonia The fabulous Ann Holloway performs her solo rant about growing up in Kingston. At Buddies till Apr 10. Pwyc-$25. 416-975-8555.