Tuesday, Oct. 27

* Morning Gloryville Kittyween party (early!)
* The Other Architect opens at CCA
* Digital Expozine talk at Atwater Library
* Hot Butter screens Phantom of the Paradise
* Chuggo hosts Hip Hop Trivia IV at Blue Dog
* Memphis all-female punk band Nots plays la Sala Rossa



This is an early one, but today’s Morning Gloryville “rave” features yoga (BYO mat), a pro massage, coffee and breakfast and a big dance party. This sixth edition of Morning Gloryville, titled Kittyween, is a fundraiser for Chatopia Cat Rescue. Le Salon 1861 (555 Richmond), 6:30–10:30 a.m., $27/$31.27

The Canadian Centre for Architecture launches a new exhibition, The Other Architect, with a discussion about 23 instances of innovative work that challenged the notion of what architecture is, inspiring methods of addressing the urgent issues of our time. 1920 Baile, 6 p.m., free

A few weeks ahead of the annual Expozine small press fair (Nov. 14–15), Digital Expozine invites publishers, authors and lit nerds to listen to speakers and Expozine founder Louis Rastelli talk about the paperless route. Atwater Library (1200 Atwater), 68 p.m., free

Monthly music documentary screening party Hot Butter goes off-pattern with some Halloween-appropriate fiction, namely Brian DePalma’s bizarre 1974 musical Phantom of the Paradise. DJs Dan & Den close out the night, which doubles as the launch of Dan (Hadley)’s new electronic music blog Bionixoul. Le Bleury Bar à Vinyle (2109 Bleury), doors 7 p.m., 8 p.m., free

Blue Dog hosts Hip Hop Trivia IV, hosted by notorious rapper Chuggo. Bring non-perishable food donations for Sun Youth to play and you could win a $50 or $75 bar tab. 3958 St-Laurent, 8 p.m.

Memphis all-female punk band Nots plays Sala with Joanna Gruesome, Aye Nako and Big Knife Little Knife. 4848 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $12/$15, all ages