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Date posted: 04/18/2014

WineRiot Pours Into LA

Tour the world by tasting wines from all of the major production areas. WineRiot LA creates the perfect wine lover experience. Two hundred and fifty different wines will be available at Wine Riot, presenting every stage of the taste and flavor spectrum.

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Date posted: 03/20/2014

Explore How Movies Are Made in Hollywood

To see live tapings, there are even more options. Audiences Unlimited offer free tickets to see a number of the popular FOX, CBS, CW and NBC shows in recording, as do Paramount Studios, On-Camera Audiences and several others.

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Date posted: 03/05/2014

Have Fun Like the Irish at Hollywood's St. Patrick's Day Club Crawl

If you are looking for an excuse to celebrate, then look no further! Saint Patrick’s Day is on the horizon, and no one knows how to party better than the Irish. So why not give it a bit of the Hollywood glitz and glamour and come to the world famous Hollywood St. Patrick’s Day Club Crawl?

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Date posted: 02/19/2014

The Jason Alexander Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament at The Beverly Garland

Poker loves who are staying in North Hollywood would not want to miss this! On March 9th, the annual Jason Alexander Texas Hold ‘em Poker Tournament will be returning to the Beverly Garland Hotel and is hotly tipped to be one of the best charitable events of the poker season...

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Date posted: 02/11/2014

A Cooking Class Worthy of a Parisian Valentine's Day

If Paris is the city of love and food is the language of love, then what do you get when you mix the two? A night of great company, great cooking and…well…love! You may not be able to take a trip to Paris, but staying here in California never looked so good...

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Date posted: 01/29/2014

Watch A Movie at a Historic Theater in Hollywood

On May 18, 1927, the most amazing and breathtaking opening in the history of motion picture took place. That of course was the grand opening of the Chinese Theatre. It cost two million dollars and took 18 months to build, but the result was the most spectacular looking movie theatre...

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