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Saturday, November 1

Sunday, November 2

Women Leadership Conference

The Beverly Hilton

9876 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD, BEVERLY HILLS, 90210

9:00am to 5:00pm

Through its Leadership Conference, the Iranian American Women’s Foundation (IAWF) is once again bringing women together from across the country and the world to exchange education and inspiration about a wide range of issues important to all women, such as how to master the work-life balancing act, how to find the courage to follow your dream, and why one’s legacy matters. Be there when it happens!

INFO & TICKETS:
http://www.iawfoundation.org/events/?eventid=8

CONTACT:
[email protected]
949-461-1996

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SLS Turns Six

SLS Hotel Beverly Hills

465 South La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90048

12:00pm

To celebrate the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hill’s 6th anniversary (Nov. 5), The Bazaar, Tres and The Altitude Pool Deck will be offering special menus, $6 valet and a social media contest during its “birthday week,” Sunday, Nov. 2  through Thursday, Nov. 6:

The Bazaar by José Andrés - $66 per person prix-fixe tasting menu

Tres - $66 prix-fixe dinner menu for two

Altitude Pool - $6 Croquetas; $6 Mimosas; $6 Greyhounds from 12-6pm (open to the public during this time)

Social Media Contest - Guests who dine at one of the above restaurants between Nov. 2-6 and post a photo using the hashtags #SLSTurnsSix, #SimplyLovingSix will be entered for a $6 room rate at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

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Thursday, November 6

An Evening with Colm Tóibín and Rachel Kushner

Writers Guild Theater

135 South Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

8:00pm

From Madame Bovary to Hedda Gabler, some of literature’s most passionate heroines find themselves under the fire of their times. In Tóibín’s The Testament of Mary, the Irish novelist took on nothing less than the mother of Christ. In his masterful new novel, Nora Webster, he portrays a fiercely compelling young Irish widow and mother of four navigating grief and fear and struggling for hope. In Kushner’s bestselling novel, The Flamethrowers, the gutsy young protagonist arrives in New York in 1977, believing her art must “involve risk.” Hear these two authors read and discuss how they create characters that erupt off the page, in novels where the political and the personal are locked in a deep and fascinating embrace.

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