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Saturday, February 7

Learn Psychic Techniques

Santa Monica City College

1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, 90405

2:00pm to 3:30pm

COLD READING WORKSHOP

Presented by INvestigation Network

Ever wondered how psychics can be so accurate?

What is the secret of "psychic powers?"

Learn these and other closely guarded secrets of the "Professional Psychic" and "Spirit Medium" from a person who lived a double life for over ten years, infiltrating the psychic market while on the Editorial Board of SKEPTIC magazine...

MARK EDWARD KNOWS ALL AND TELLS ALL!

See the truth from the inside!

Understand how someone can become an unwitting victim of bogus tricks masquerading as "speaking with the dead!"

"Mr. Edward is staking his claim to belong to a very special subcategory of magicians and mediums: those who both perform their crafts and debunk them. From Harry Houdini to James (the Amazing) Randi and the duo of Penn & Teller, there is a long tradition of magicians who believe that it is their duty to inculcate skepticism in the audience." - Mark Oppenheimer, New York Times

Mark's book "Psychic Blues" will be available.

February 7th at 2pm

FREE for SMCC STUDENTS with ID - $10 for nonstudents

Pay at the door (Cash Only)

Santa Monica City College

1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405

Humanities and Social Sciences Room 165

Free parking in Parking Structure #4, entrance at Pico and 17th

Campus Map:

http://www.smc.edu/campusmap/printable_maps/SMC-2D-Map_12-Clr_2-11.pdf

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Sunday, February 8

THE GOLDEN APPLE

Moss Theatre at New Roads School

3131 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, 90404

7:00pm

Musical Theatre Guild will continue their 2014-2015 season with the 1955 cult classic THE GOLDEN APPLE. The one-night-only concert will take place at the Moss Theatre at New Roads School in Santa Monica on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 7:00 pm. Adapted by Jerome Moross (score) and John Treville Latouche (book and lyrics) from Homers epic poems The Iliad and The Odyssey, THE GOLDEN APPLE transplants the action from 11th Century BC to Washington State at the turn of the 20th Century. Entirely sung through, in styles ranging from operetta to calypso to jazz (Lazy Afternoon), THE GOLDEN APPLE was one of the very first musicals to open Off-Broadway and then transfer to Broadway. This mash-up of eras, styles and locales won the 1955 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical. The cerebral experimental piece is widely regarded as a landmark work from the musical theatre canon, yet is rarely mounted. Featured in the large cast are Musical Theatre Guild company members Chuck Bergman, Teri Bibb, Carol Kline, Melissa Fahn, Zachary Ford, Roy Leake, Jr., William Martinez and Mark C. Reis, with guest artists Dayna Alice Austin, Jennifer Bennett, Abby Bolin Carlson, Rory Dunn, Matt Kriger, Perry Lambert, Kelly Lester, Mitchell McCollum, Lamont Alexander Pierce, Dana Shaw, Bryan Vickery, Sasha Weis, Paul Wong, Tim Woods and David Zack. THE GOLDEN APPLE will be directed by Michael Van Duzer with musical direction by Richard Berent.

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Friday, February 20

“LECCIO D’ORO” DINNER AT VALENTINO

Valentino

3115 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA

6:30pm

On Friday, February 20, 2015, Piero Selvaggio and the Consortium of the Brunello of Montalcino Wine celebrates the only “Leccio d’Oro” Gala Dinner on the west coast. As one of 30 restaurants worldwide, VALENTINO will host a tasting dinner designed by Selvaggio and Chef Luciano Pellegrini, the long-time chef of VALENTINO Santa Monica and Las Vegas. The dinner will showcase the stellar Brunello wines with a special tasting of the greatest recent vintage, 2010 BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, Italian cuisine and the legacy and tradition of the most celebrated Italian Restaurant outside of Italy of the last century.

The Consorzio del Vino Brunello di Montalcino awards the LECCIO GOLD each year to a restaurant that has a wine list with a wide presence of Brunello di Montalcino and other wines of Montalcino.

VALENTINO was one of the first restaurants to receive this prestigious award in 1995 and the first outside of Italy.

The dinner is priced at $125 per guest and includes the menu and all Brunello wine pairings provided by the Consortium as well as a tasting of the internationally acclaimed 2010 Brunello vintage Optional wines may be ordered from VALENTINO’s legendary cellar at discounted pricing.

Piero Selvaggio invites guests to bring a bottle of Brunello from their own collection for complimentary corkage to taste and compare to the 2010 vintage and the Brunello included with the dinner.

IL MENÚ

ASSAGGINI

Fried Quail Eggs in Brioche, Mixed Seafood Cakes with Spicy Aioli

Bruschetta with Asparagus and Black Truffle

A Variety of Grilled Flat Bread Pizze

FIRST COURSE

Tuscan Style Roasted Porchetta with Lattughina, Pecorino and Aged Balsamico

DUET OF PASTA

Pappardelle with Rabbit Meatballs

&

Homemade Pigeon Ravioli in their own Sauce

SECONDO

Colorado Rack of Lamb

or

Wild Boar Tagliata Scented with Fresh Thyme 

Served over Black Kale Ratatouille, Cardoons and Squash with Peppered Garlic Sauce

IL FORMAGGIO

Pecorino Cheese “Sformato” with Wild Arugula

DOLCE 

Dinner & wine* $125 per person, exclusive of taxes and gratuities

Includes a tasting of the internationally acclaimed 2010 Brunello vintage

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Saturday, February 21

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