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California Wine Festival Grab your favorite fascinator and get ready for day of wine tasting and horse racing at Santa Anita Park. The annual event consists of clubhouse admission, six wine samplings, a complimentary $5 betting voucher, racing program, wagering tip sheet, grandstand seating and a souvenir acrylic wine glass. Tickets $35 (general admission), $75(VIP); Saturday, 10 am -5 pm; Santa Anita Park, 285 W. Huntington Drive, Arcadia, CA 91007; 626-574-7223 Women’s March 2020 The Fourth annual Women’s March LA...

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Birds & Bees‘ Cocktail Classes The 1950s themed underground cocktail lounge in DTLA is letting you get the chance to get behind the bar with Bar Manager Jake Larowe and taste a variety of high-end spirits. Jake will walk you through a comprehensive hands on class, where you’ll learn about good ol’ fashioned classics and have the chance to get behind the bar to shake, stir and balance out a proper cocktail. The 3-hour crash course is laidback, easy, entertaining...

Thanksgiving Weekend

Turkey Trot LA Don your turkey day garb and enjoy a scenic 5k or 10k run through DTLA. Features include sparkly finisher medals, participant t-shirts, age group awards, a Widdle Wobble race for the kids, kid-friendly zone and post-race festivities. This event benefits the Midnight Mission, who offer a path to self sufficiency to those suffering from homelessness. Turkey Trot LA, sponsored by UAE-USA United, is also proud to partner with Bombas Socks this year. $47-$67; Thursday, 6:45 am –...

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Terranea Resort’s Turkey Shoot Out at The Links Bask in the SoCal sun and enjoy friendly competition at The Links with a 9-hole, 5-person team scramble on the resort’s oceanfront golf course. The tournament begins with a shotgun start and prizes are awarded to the top teams. Saturday, 8:30 am; 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 2nd & PCH Kicks Off the Holiday Season Long Beach’s new destination retail center, 2nd & PCH, will host a weekend of holiday programming...

Work Out hard. Recover Harder. Repeat.

From cardio to strength training, all workouts stress the body, causing microscopic tears on muscles, enzyme levels to fluctuate, and an increase in inflammation. These changes are good as they lead to muscle growth, fat loss, improved insulin sensitivity, reduced inflammation, better cardiovascular health, and overall healthier bodies. Before the muscles can regrow, there is one more step that needs to occur in the process – your mind and body need to recover. Experts recommend incorporating rest and recovery into...