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A Hike, a Potluck? A Griffith Park Night with Tom LaBonge

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Is it Griffith Park if it's not with the spastic Councilman Tom LaBonge? Tonight, as per usual with solstice time (it was officially yesterday), he organizes a community hike to Mount Hollywood. And because LaBonge is the President of the Sister Cities of Los Angeles, Inc., there will be a potluck of world cuisines to snack on, too. “This hike has become a tradition in Council District 4, for avid hikers and the international community as well,” he said. “There’s an unparalleled view of Los Angeles from the peak at sunset, which is really inspiring.” If you go, it starts at 6 p.m. Meet at the Griffith Observatory parking lot.