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Join Us for the Next Westside House Party, December 18 in Brentwood!

A crowd shot from our October house party...who knows who will be partying in Brentwood on 12/18?
A crowd shot from our October house party...who knows who will be partying in Brentwood on 12/18?

The Streetsblog house party series rolls on with a December 18th party at the house of Joel Epstein and Karen Sarachik.  Anyone that missed the amazing party thrown last month by Deborah Murphy ought to consider checking us out.  Joining Epstein, Sarachik and myself on the host committee are Friends for Expo founder Darrell Clarke, the Board of Los Angeles Streetsblog (more on them tomorrow) and City Council Transportation Committee Chair Bill Rosendahl.

Good conversation, food, beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks are all on the menu.

There's no ticket price to attend, but we hope attendees will make a donation either at the door or through the links at the top of this page and on the right.  The suggested donation is $100.

To RSVP and get more information, contact me at  You can also read the formal invitation after the jump.  Also, if you're interested in throwing Streetsblog a fund raising house party, drop me a line at

Please join Joel Epstein, Karen Sarachik, Damien Newton, Councilman Bill Rosendahl, Darrell Clarke and the Board of Los Angeles Streetsblog

For a casual dinner reception in support of Los Angeles Streetsblog.

Saturday, December 18th, 2010 at 6:30 PM

Suggested contribution of $100 but even if you can’t donate please attend to hear about the good work Los Angeles Streetsblog is doing to keep Angelenos abreast of critical developments in public transportation, biking and public space in Los Angeles.

All donations are tax deductible.

RSVP: Damien Newton at: or (323) 774-8828.

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