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Pencil This In: Doggie Costume Contest, Chimay Dinner at BOHO

Time to dress up Fido for Ghettogloss's doggie costume contest tonight. | Photo of Sadie in a biker outfit by Joe King.
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Banjoist Béla Fleck, Indian tabla player Zakir Hussain and bassist Edgar Meyer perform live together tonight at UCLA’s Royce Hall to promote their CD, The Melody of a Rhythm, which intertwine bluegrass, world and classical music. Tickets $38-$70. ($15 UCLA Students). The concert begins at 8 pm.

As part of Beer Week LA, there’s a Chimay four-course dinner from 6-8:30 pm @ BOHO Hollywood. Dominique Denis, head brewer from Chimay to talk about his beers and serve some 2000 Vintage Grande Reserve. Menu: Amuse Bouche: Faux Gras Mousse; first course: Fondue Bruxelloise and leek salad w/ Chimay Premiere; second course: Smoked Pacific Blue Prawns w/ Chimay Cinq Cents, sauce ravigot, corn & pumpkin; third course: Carbonnade Flammande made and served with Chimay Grande Reserve, and fall root vegetables; fourth course: Fig Cake with Chimay and balsamic vinegar reduction, served with Vintage 2000 Chimay Grande Reserve and two Chimay cheeses. At $50, this sounds like a bargain to us. Seating is limited so reserve now.

Ghettogloss is holding a doggie costume contest tonight at 9 pm. Best dog wins a $100 certificate to Ghettogloss (second and third place will win a $25 certificate). There will be games like bobbing for bones and surprise celeb judges will be running the contest. The contest--which starts at 9 pm--is being held in conjunction with the opening of The Dog Show exhibit in the gallery. Please bring friendly dogs only.