The legendary gastronomic free-for-all (founded, once upon a time, by Julia Child) returns this year with copious calories from wineries and local favorites like Michael's, Drago, A.O.C. and Bar Pintxo. Because all culinary excursions should be both legendary and copious.
Things to do for March 13, 2008
The Weekend Starts Here
Beware the ides of weekend.
Admittedly, the D-list spectacle that is this city's Fashion Week is less than enthusing—except, of course, for the influx of models—but a concurrent four-day shop peddling a dashing new men's line of fitted blazers and button-ups sounds about right.
Claire Oswalt: Trustfall
In your epic quest for prime fine art, you're always on the hunt not just for new work, but entirely new mediums. This artist's "sculptural drawings" might suffice...
Ivan Kane's Forty Deuce Closes
Amid word that the infamous burlesque club is heading downtown, you might consider bidding a proper farewell on its final Melrose night. Expect two classic shows and, more than likely, several classic cocktails.
Rare is the occasion to set foot in the Hollywood & Highland complex, but paying tribute to your pioneering comrades atop the fields of architecture, design and more—curated by media maven Laurie Pike—could be an exception.