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L.A. Streetsblog Lives. Time to Party

8:45 PM PDT on July 26, 2010

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It's official.  L.A. Streetsblog will not be ceasing publication anytime in the near future.  In fact, we'll be resuming our normal publication schedule on Thursday, August 26.  But first, let's party.

To celebrate our "re-launch," we're throwing a party and fundraiser in West L.A. on August 25th.  The party starts at 7:00 at 11555 National Boulevard and will feature drinks and munchies served in a casual atmosphere.  We've already received RSVP's from some Streetsblog royalty: Sierra Club leader Darrell Clarke, Move L.A.'s Denny Zane and the Green L.A. Girl herself to name a few.

The suggested cost of admission is $20 with a $5 discount for students.  All this is on a sliding scale...Streetsblog isn't going to turn anyone away that wants to hang out.  You can pay at the door or via the PayPal and Just Give donation buttons on the right.

If you're riding a bike, there will be a place to store bikes inside the facility.  If you're a transit rider, the Big Blue Bus #8 can take you from UCLA or Santa Monica right to the party if you get off at Federal and National in West L.A.  If you're traveling some other way, we can accommodate that as well.

You can RSVP to me at damien@streetsblog.org  or at the Facebook Page for the party.  Hope to see you there, but if not we'll see you on the Internet.

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