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Saturday, October 18

Sunday, October 19

Los Angeles magazine's The Food Event 2014

Saddlerock Ranch

31727 Mulholland Highway, Malibu, 90265

2:00pm to 5:00pm

The Food Event 2014 is Los Angeles magazine's ninth annual culinary extravaganza. The day features great chefs, culinary experts, sommeliers, plus unlimited food, wine, and spirits—all in one place, for one price. Watch celebrity chefs in the demonstration kitchen and epicurean experts participate in panels in the Conversation Lounge. Restaurants are hand selected by our James Beard award-winning dine editor. The incredible rural setting, Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu, home to Semler and Saddlerock wines, sets this culinary event above others. The ranch boasts acres and acres of natural beauty, vineyards, rolling hills, animals like llamas and zebras, and space to spread out and relax for a true escape from the city, but with just a short drive.

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Downtown Culver City Third Wednesdays

Downtown Culver City

Culver and Washington Blvds and Dusquene Ave, Culver City, CA 90230

5:00pm to 9:00pm

Anyone who's been paying attention to the local food scene is well aware of the explosion of Culver City as a foodie destination. With the downtown area well scrubbed from streetscape improvements, locals and visitors alike can experience the area's resurgence first hand by checking out the city's Third Wednesdays, where about two dozen businesses get together to provide art work, music, food and other entertainment.

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Tuesday, October 21

Temescal Gateway Park: The California Newt: A Species of Special Concern

Temescal Gateway Park

15601 W. Sunset Blvd., Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

7:30pm

The Chautauqua Series - Over the last 30 years, amphibian populations have declined globally, including the local California newt. Though this newt is quite popular, very little is known about its ecology, and how populations respond to climate change and introduced predators. This evening we’ll discuss the critical components to understanding the ecological and evolutionary importance of our local newts. Presented by Gary Bucciarelli, Ph.D. candidate at UCLA. Meet at Woodland Hall. 1.5 hours.

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Wednesday, October 22

Friday, October 24

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