Friday, Nov. 14

* Ateliers Capitol local designers workshop sale
* Misogynoir, Hypersexualization and Black Feminism talk at McGill
* Rooftop honey producers Alvéole 2-year anniversary party
* ¡FLIST! launches Fuck You I’m Dead at the SAT
* Xarah Dion launches Le Mal Nécessaire at la Vitrola

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The local designers who occupy the Ateliers Capitol are holding a collective workshop sale that begins today. Pick up some new wardrobe essentials at very attractive prices from designers like Betina Lou, Eugénie Bee, Cantin and more. 5795 de Gaspé, 128 p.m. Friday and 126 p.m. Saturday, free entry

The Black Students’ Network of McGill hosts a discussion called My Anaconda Don’t: Misogynoir, Hypersexualization and Black Feminism. Is Nicki Minaj’s butt feminist or not? It’s complicated. McGill University, Chancellor Day Hall (3644 Peel, Moot Court), 6 p.m., free

Local rooftop beekeepers and honey producers Alvéole are hosting a two-year anniversary party, where you’ll have the chance to taste honey from two neighbourhoods that are new to the program (Westmount and Villeray) to complement their existing Plateau and Southwest varieties. 4532 Laval, 6 p.m., free

The SAT’s Satosphere hosts another special presentation of Party Like It’s 1699’s Pop d’Époque, this time featuring a live performance by local art rock character ¡FLIST! (aka Charlie Twitch, launching his LP Fuck You I’m Dead), accompanied by Peggy Hogan (aka Hua Li), Saxsyndrum’s Nick Schofield and Marc-André Roy. 1201 St-Laurent, doors at 6:30 p.m., show at 7 p.m.

Also launching tonight is the new record by local synthwave musician Xarah Dion, Le Mal Nécessaire, with Automelodi, Besatzung and DJ Only Death Is Fatal. La Vitrola (4602 St-Laurent), 8:30 p.m., $8

Check out our complete listings for more club, stage and gallery events.