Happily Ever After

Happy Friday, everyone. It’s hard to believe October is here, and we are no longer supposed to wear white. Obviously whoever invented the no white after labor day rule never lived in Los Angeles where it’s 82 degrees year round. This antiquated fashion rule also didn’t take into account the power of Olivia Pope’s wardrobe and how her amazing white fashion choices would lead some Luskin staffers to wear white in honor of the Season premiere of Scandal.


(If you are questioning The Lemon’s reference to a smutty television show, please note I linked to Time Magazine above. We are a balance of smarts and smut).

Anyway, October signals the beginning of the winter holiday season, and in the coming months, I would love to share your holiday recipes, traditions, photos, trips, etc., on the Lemon. I must admit that having young children has rekindled my interest in all holidays. After a 30-year hiatus, I now find myself trick or treating again, and just as I did with my younger brother, I can steal all of my kids’ candy and keep it for myself. It’s nice to feel like a kid again.

Now let’s get to the important stuff. We increased our contest submissions from 1 entrant to the first contest to six entrants this time around. We had 5 correct answers, but the person who answered first with the correct entry was Hien McKnight. CONGRATS.

Please click on the contest link above for the new challenge. We’ve also added some restaurant recommendations under the ‘Food for Thought’ tab.

As you contemplate your answer over the weekend, here are some things happening in and around Los Angeles this weekend.

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch (Runs October 4-30; West Hollywood).
10X The Party 10th anniversary of Walt Disney Concert Hall. (Saturday, October 5 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Downtown)
LA Weekly’s Bedrocktoberfest (Saturday, October 5 3-10 p.m.; Echo Park)
Food Truck Movie Night (Saturday, October 12 5:30 p.m.; Van Nuys)
Los Angeles Haunted Hayride (Runs October 4-31; Griffith Park)

And finally, the Happily Ever After Part. There were two September Luskin weddings:

Congratulations to Ian Holloway

and Norman Wong

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