The Dailey Method, LLC
They are celebrating their studio’s upcoming grand opening with FREE classes! You can sign-up to enjoy 1 of 12, free classes on Saturday, March 5th (8:30 am; 10 am; 11:30 am; 1 pm; 2:30 pm & 4 pm) and Sunday, March 6th (9 am; 10:30 am; 12 pm; 1:30 pm; 3 pm; 4:30 pm). 1 winner from each class will receive a gift bag of The Dailey Method branded merchandise and gift cards. Classes are only $22 each. The studio also offers discounted class packages and all NEW clients an unlimited 30-Days of classes for only $100! 3840 Old Topanga Canyon Rd., Calabasas Place; 818.224.4810

Bar Flies and Snake Eyes
Solid Gallery One proudly presents new works by Richard “Xpres” Taylor in his first solo exhibit, Bar Flies and Snake Eyes. It’s a sultry collection capturing the seedy underbelly of an apocalyptic dystopia where predators roam the streets, and beautiful women work the corners.  Drawn from real experiences and people, Taylor creates an urban carnival of bloodsuckers, thugs, bikers, stalkers and burlesque beauties. Opening reception is March 5th, 8-11 pm and will be on view through April 24th; 334 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, 90036; 323.939.3003

Rough Roses Sample Sale
This Saturday, March 5th, Rough Roses will be holding their first-ever Sample Sale! Everything will be discounted 50-70% Off the original retail prices! 11859 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90025

Make Your Own Sushi
Japanese American National Museum is hosting a one-day sushi workshop so you can then go make sushi at home. $40 members, $50 non-members, includes admission and supplies; Sunday March 6th, 11 am; 369 E. First St., 90012; 213.625.041

TruckIt Fest
40 of L.A.’s favorite food trucks will meet at one spot to have you scarfing down everything from Crepes to Chunk-n-Chip cookies. Work it off on the rock climbing wall! $5, $45 you can get VIP table service from the food trucks; Sunday, 11 am-5 pm; Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St., Chinatown

A Pole Dance Soiree
Get ready for eroticism, artistry, and acrobatics! Plus, get lessons in Rock n’ Roll Stilettos and Creative Poleography (for your girlfriend) here. $30; Sunday, 7 pm; King King, 6555 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood; 323.960.9324

Mardi Gras in Hollywood
Can’t get to New Orleans? Hollywood Boulevard’s New Orleans–themed courtyard bar has 3 days of fire-blowers, $2 beers, beads and crawfish. March 5, 6 and 8; Five0Four, 6541 Hollywood Blvd.; 323.960.0224

Endless Fried Chicken
No football, no award show…fear not! A weekly three-course feast in Pasadena, including as much fried chicken as you can handle for $29. For an extra $9, you’ll get a carafe of wine. Come on lets class-up that fried chicken! Vertical Wine Bistro, 70 N Raymond Ave.; 626.795.3999

CicLAvia Block Party
Party in a parking lot with New Belgium beer, free wine, street food, yoga, bike workshops, mini-massages, music, dodgeball and raise funds for CicLAvia which opens LA streets to biking and walking. Party is hosted by Good LA. $20; Saturday, 2-7 pm; Atwater Crossing parking lot, 3229 Casitas Ave., Atwater Village

Long Beach Hosts Mardi Gras
Parade begins at 3 pm and beer garden opens at 4 pm, so get your beads in place! 
Saturday, Noon; Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach.

By Whitney

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