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Pencil This In: Valley Food Truck Fest, Sugar Daddy Play Opens, Night Hiking in Towsley Canyon and Rotting Corpses
Los Angeles Filmforum screens films by Vincent Grenier on Sunday night at the Echo Park Film Center | Photo: Still from Grenier's Burning Bush
Things that go bump in the Night is a night hike tonight at Towsley Canyon in Santa Clarita. Listen as the night shift takes over the canyon beginning tonight at 6:30 pm. It’s an easy two-hour walk. Meet at the park entrance. No dogs allowed on the hike and rain cancels the program. FOOD TRUCK FEST
The Valley Food Truck Festival runs tonight through Sunday in Encino at a parking lot at 16206 Ventura Blvd., Encino. Food Trucks tonight include: The Munchie Machine, India Jones, Canters, Border Grill, King Kone, Greenz on Wheelz, Maui Wowi and the Vizzi Truck. Tonight, the fest runs from 7-9:30 pm tonight, Saturday- 4-10 pm and Sunday: 11:30am-3:30pm.
Fielding Edlow's newest comedy Sugar Daddy traces one woman's “epic battle with frosty cupcakes (not vegan), breaking up with Daddy, and learning to stand the sound of her own heartbeat.” Directed by Paul Stein, Sugar Daddy opens tonight at 8 pm and runs through Nov. 20 at the Lounge 2 Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets: $15.
It’s time for Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre’s new Halloween spooktacular Attack of the Rotting Corpses. It’s “hilariously disgusting.” Opens tonight at 8:30 pm and runs for three weekends only. Tickets: $15.
Apartment 3 Unique LA and HD Buttercup collaborate on a new 4,000 square-foot boutique at @ HD Buttercup. There’s a grand opening party tonightfrom 8-11 pm. There will be an open bar, live photobooth and guest DJs.
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