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Thursday, July 24

Celebrate National Tequila Day at Red O

Red O

8155 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA

5:30pm

In celebration of National Tequila Day on Thursday, July 24, Red O Restaurant will be featuring several unique tequila flights, Thursday, July 24 through Sunday, July 27 at both the Red O Melrose and Red O Newport Beach locations. A silver flight, Reposado flight, anejo flight, and a flight featuring all three styles will be offered.

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Vista Hermosa Natural Park: Outdoors Skills Series: Wildlife Neighbors

Vista Hermosa Natural Park

100 N. Toluca St., Los Angeles, CA

7:00pm

How well do you know our local animals? Get to know how to identify our wildlife neighbors, hear about their amazing adaptations, and discover the signs they leave behind on the trial. Meet at the Grotto Amphitheater. Free giveaways (limited quantity). 1.5 hours.

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EMMA STRAUB reads and signs her short story collection OTHER PEOPLE WE MARRIED

Skylight Books

1818 N. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027

7:30pm

Brooklyn-based author Emma Straub will read and sign her much buzzed-about short story collection, Other People We Married.

“These quiet epiphanies in Straub’s stories place her in the company of Beattie and Moore, and the voices she creates are contemporary. When I finished reading this exquisite collection, I flipped back to the beginning of the book and stared at the table of contents. The book was suddenly heavier in my hands—suddenly filled with the weight of all these character’s silent fantasies, side-thoughts and careful revelations. Other People We Married is a captivating first collection of short stories for this writer; I look forward to her future work.” –Bracha Goykadosh, The Rumpus

Emma Straub is the author of the short story collection Other People We Married and the forthcoming novel Laura Lamont's Life in Pictures. Her fiction and essays have appeared in The Paris Review Daily, Slate, and Tin House, among many other journals. She lives in New York City and on Twitter @emmastraub. 

 

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