priestess Montreal metal maulers lay waste to the El Mocambo. $10. 416-777-1777.
Racialization of Crime Is gun violence really a black community issue? Discuss with Dalton Higgins, Rinaldo Walcott, Kike Roach and others. Free. Reference Library. 416-863-1074.
Tibet candlelight vigil Mark the anniversary of the execution of Buddhist monk Lobsang Dhondup and the life sentence of Tibetan leader Tenzin Delek. Free. Chinese Consulate. Thonsurn@rediffmail.com.
tom green Grossout Canuck comic king raps at the Opera House. $24.50. 416-870-8000.
the constantines Young lions roar their southern Ontario heartland rock anthems at the Horseshoe. $17.50. 416-598-4753.
danny grossman Dance king takes over the Premiere Dance Theatre with a bill of his notable works, till Jan 28. $17-$38. 416-973-4000. URBAN FOREST Find out how to seed the next generation of city trees. Free. Reference Library. 416-413-9244
jordan knight Like, ohmygod, he was totally the cutest member of New Kids on the Block! Too bad about that Surreal Life stint. Revival. $20. 416-870-8000.
vandermark 5 Windy city sax savant and his jazz dynamos tear up the Music Gallery. $20. 416-204-1080. Sunday night live Sketch comedy livens up the Brunswick for the weekly show. Best of 2005 show. $5. 416-898-5324. wintercity/winterlicious The very cool celebration of culture and cuisine takes over the city till Feb 9. Free-$35. 416-338-0338.
eco villages for sustainable living Delve into what it takes to create a green community at the Northern District Library. $5. 416-781-7663. leah mclaren/katrina onstad Journos McLaren and Onstad read from their new tell-all novels about the media world. Free. Gladstone. 416-598-1447.
+his name is alive Warren Defever's dreamy avant-rock squad warm up sadcore fans for Low at Lee's Palace. $18.50. 416-532-1598. +the betrayal project Choreographer Julia Sasso's sure-to-be-controversial new work plays the Premiere Dance Theatre till Feb 4. $21-$38. 416-973-4000.
Hacktivism: Art, TEch and Activism The lowdown on using your cellphone as a political tool. Free. YYZ Artists' Outlet. www.interaccess.org. kuumba Harbourfront's celebration of African Heritage Month kicks off with a talk by legendary British DJ, music and film legend Don Lett. $5-$10. (Other events free-$10.) Brigantine Room. 416-973-4000. fateless Lajos Koltai directs this powerful film about a 14-year-old Hungarian Jewish boy interned by the Nazis in the second world war. Opens today.
andrew collins Crazy Strings' mandolin maestro launches his new disc at the Glenn Gould Studio. $20. 416-205-5555. imagine me & you It's opening weekend for this Richard Curtis-esque rom-com about an about-to-be-married woman (Piper Perabo) who falls for a female florist (Lena Headey).
globehead 2006 Kerry Griffin and Jan Caruana co-host the competitive Bad Dog Improv tournament that runs every Sat in Feb. $5-$10. 416-491-3115. +first features/low budgets Directors Michael Mabbott and Aubrey Nealon talk about first-time feature making as part of Cinematheque's Canada's Top 10 series. $6.50-$7.50. Jackman Hall. 416-968-FILM.
neutrino video project Improv actors, videographers and a crew create a film on the spot in real time. $10. Drake Hotel. www.neutrinotoronto.com. a number It's your final pwyc night to see Caryl Churchill's taut thriller about cloning. At the Berkeley Theatre till Feb 11. 416-368-3110.
supergrass It's 90s flashback time! Time travel with the catchy Britrock crew as they play tunes from their Road To Rouen comeback bid to the Kool Haus. $23.50. 416-870-8000. gÖtterdammerung The finale to Wagner's epic opera cycle about Norse gods brings down the house at the Hummingbird, till Feb 12. $18-$195. 416-872-2262.
inxs No, it's not the same without Michael Hutchence, but maybe that's a good thing. Canuck JD Fortune leads the Oz rockers into Massey Hall. $49.50-$69.50. 416-872-4255.
signs Dance dynamo Yvonne Ng previews her new work about childhood bullying, which runs Feb 9-11 at Harbourfront Centre. Pwyc-$25. 416-973-4000.
rhubarb! Week two of the fest of new works kicks off at Buddies. $15-$20. 416-975-8555. the heart moves Peggy Baker debuts a new dance solo called Krishna's Mouth and revives other works before a national tour. Till Feb 12 at the Betty Oliphant. $20-$26. 416-504-7529.
electric six Detroit sextet burns up Lee's Palace with their infectious, stupidly catchy rock madness. $15. 416-532-1598.