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That’s All for Today, See You Tonight!

There's still some loose ends to tie up for tonight's End of the Year Party, starting  at 6:30 at Earl's Gourmet Grub, 12226 Venice Boulevard between Grand View Boulevard and Ocean View Avenue, so unless there is major breaking news, L.A. Streetsblog won't have new stories until tomorrow.

Suggested donation is $25, but everything is on a sliding scale. For more information, check out the “top ten reasons” to party with Streetsblog we published earlier or sign up for the event on Facebook.

With all of the news surrounding the location change, we've neglected to thank our sponsors in our last posts.

The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition is donating jersies, socks and a year membership to our auction and deserve a huge round of thanks.  CICLE, CicLAvia and Clif Bar have also thrown some great items into the mix for another fun set of prizes.

Thanks again!

On the food side of things, the event will be catered by Earl's Gourmet Grub.  If you like beer, another 120 bottles of New Belgium Brewing's finest were donated by the most bicycle friendly brewing company in the world.

And of course we'll have entertainment with a Streetfilm provided by Social | Impact Consulting, LLC and an awards ceremony honoring the rest of the Streetsblog team and our Streetsie winners.

See you tonight, we'll be partying from 6:30 until 9:30.

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