Go on. Vogue. VIEWLip Sync with Echo Theater Co.What: What began as a simple backyard competition between friends and theater members has morphed into a for-real competition with choreographers, costume designers, and lots of practice. Why: All proceeds benefit the theater. Plus, raffle prizes and an ocean of booze. When: Sat., 7:30 p.m. Where: The Lost Studio, 130 S. LaBrea Ave., b/t W. First & Second Sts., Melrose. Tickets ($25) online at echotheatercompany.com.PEEKInside the Fridge of a DailyCandy EditorWhat: Inspired by a San Fran exhibit, we’re revealing the contents of our refrigerators. It’s like looking into our souls, er, stomachs.Why: After mocking ours, please post a picture of yours.When: Now.Where: Online at facebook.com.NIBBLEWally’s Cheese BoxWhat: This fromage heaven routinely contains 150-200 varieties from four continents, plus treats like Petrossian caviar, Paul Bertolli salumi, and Amedei Italian chocolates. Appenzeller extra aged. Bucherondin. Fol Epi. We digress. Why: It has an aging room and classes in the works. Grab a free baguette until Aug. 30. When: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Where: 2107 Westwood Blvd., at Mississippi Ave., Westwood (310-475-0606). BUYSociety for Rational Dress Sample SaleWhat: It makes perfect sense to score up to 75 percent off the spring/summer 2010 lines, full of slinky items in sexy neutrals. Why: Silk dresses ($75-$100), leather skirts ($80-$150), tees ($30-$50), and more. When: Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Where: 255 S. Santa Fe Ave., at E. Third St., ste. 100, Downtown (213-613-0757).EATSoba Pop-Up at BreadbarWhat: Healthy dishes containing handcrafted noodles made from stone-milled Kitawase buckwheat. Choose from two six-course prix fixe menus ($38-$58) or order a la carte. Why: Hot toro tora soba with braised pork belly, mushrooms, scallions, mitsuba, and yuzu.When: Mon.-Sat., 5-10 p.m. Where: 8718 W. Third St., at S. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills. R.S.V.P. to 310-205-0124.LEARNDinner with Shaman DurekWhat: Get your cleanse on at this informal vegetarian meal (Thai and Indian tempeh curry with basmati rice, salad, and watermelon juice). Durek helps you cleanse with his particular mix of ancient spiritual wisdom, Eastern and Western religions, and healing modalities. Why: You’re uber alternative. When: Sun. Dinner, 6-7 p.m.; speaking event, 7-9 p.m. Where: Project Butterfly Loft, 821 Traction Ave., at Avery St., ste. 108, Downtown. Info at email@example.com. Tickets ($30) online at projectbutterflyevent.blogspot.com.Photo: splityarn / Flickr Up to 65% off Isabel LuDesigner Sophia Kim’s love of clean, uncomplicated lines and luxe fabrics translates into highly wearable pieces that do the Left Coast proud — up to 65% off today on Swirl.