Exclusive event for KFWB VIPs at Annenberg Space for Photography

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A southern elephant seal barks loudly as it breaks the water's surface. The largest of all seals at up to 8,800 pounds, it gets its name from having a trunk-like snout. Photo taken at Point Henry, Victoria, Australia in 2004 by Jason Edwards, National Geographic.

A southern elephant seal barks loudly as it breaks the water’s surface. The largest of all seals at up to 8,800 pounds, it gets its name from having a trunk-like snout. Photo taken at Point Henry, Victoria, Australia in 2004 by Jason Edwards, National Geographic.

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KFWB VIP winners will be treated to a private evening at “The Annenberg Space for Photography Presents the Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years.” It’s a private viewing of the exhibition and 30 minute documentary film.

Our exclusive night will be on Monday, Oct. 28 from 6-8pm and will be hosted by L.A.’s Morning News team members Penny Griego and Phil Hulett. You hear them every morning so come and hang out with them and see the exhibit without the crowds. We’ll even cover your parking and treat you to some light refreshments.

Starting on Oct. 8 Penny and Phil will ask National Geographic trivia questions between 6-9am — and if you’re a KFWB VIP member, you’ll already have the answer from the KFWB VIP Room!

If you’re not VIP Member, what are you waiting for? It free, fast and easy. Sign up here.

The Annenberg Space for Photography Presents The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years from Oct. 26, 2013 to April 27, 2014 and will be open free to the public with parking validated at a reduced rate.

Please visit AnnenbergSpaceforPhotography.org for hours and updated information.

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