Lola's Hosts Lolapalooza 2010 Benefit

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This Sunday, from 4-7 p.m., Lola's on Harrison St. in Hollywood is hosting the second annual Lolapalooza. The event, which benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of South Florida, brought in 250 people last year and raised $1,000.

This year, Lolapalooza expects close to 500 folks to show up. The whole street will be barricaded, and there'll be a stage with live music. 

Best of all, 20 tasting stations, serving wine and microbrewed beer, are offering some delectable-sounding victuals:

Lola's chef/owner, Michael Wagner, created seasonally-themed items like baked brie/cranberry purses, roasted leg of lamb with dill and garlic, herb-grilled filet mignon steak sandwiches, and smoked Virginia ham with a sherry-maple glaze.

Drinks include a spiced autumn punch and prickly pear sangria.

Tickets cost $30 pre-sale, $40 the day of the event. To purchase pre-sale tickets for the event at a discounted rate, call 954-927-9851 or visit www.lolapalooza.info. 

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