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This is How Studio City Watches the Oscars

Where will you watch the Oscars? Are you throwing a party with friends? Getting comfy in pajamas and takeout? Or is it just another night for you?

How do you watch the Oscars? Patch wants to highlight Academy Awards party traditions in Studio City Patch. Share your Oscars-watching routine in the comments. Bonus points if you have a photo to share of past celebrations.

Locally, the Fox & Hounds is having an Oscar Bash. There are drink specials for the people who pick the winners.

There are live watching events at Rocco's and Maeve's and Laurel Tavern. It's also the last weekend for King's Road and the

Visit the Academy Awards website for a list of all nominees in each of the 24 categories. Add in your challenge here: Challenge Mr. Studio City with Your Oscar Predictions

Hosting an Oscar party? Here are some fun tips. And the nominees are:

  • The Huffington Post offers 10 free printables for your party. Print an awards ballot and test your Hollywood savvy against your friends’.
  • Whether you gather around the TV with your glasses of wine or leave it on for background noise, the Academy Awards show is a great excuse to drink— the celebrities are certainly imbibing. Make the awards more fun with an Oscar party drinking game.
  • If you need a few snacks for your shindig, the Hollywood Reporter offers four easy Oscar party recipes for brown butter popcorn, sriracha lime popcorn, Champagne cocktails and homemade ice cream sandwiches.
  • You don’t have to be famous to join this celebrity-clad event. Buy disposable cameras and scatter them around your place. Requiring your guests come dressed in their red carpet best can make for Oscar-appropriate images. If you really want to go overboard, you can take Vanity Fair’s lead and rent a photo booth like it does for its Oscar party each year.
Cat Jagger-Pollon February 25, 2013 at 05:27 PM
As one ages into adulthood and one's parents become aged, in Hollywood, one knows that it is essential that it's time to be with your parent(s) on all the important and religious occasions: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter; or Passover and Hanukah, and Oscar Night.

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