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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...

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...

My 30 Day Yoga Journey

In May I will turn the big 4-0. With that number looming over my head like a black cloud, I realized I wanted to make some changes in my life. I was determined to enter this milestone birthday looking and feeling my best. Having a few regrets on things that I started and never finished, I came up with a list of goals that I finally wanted to check off my 40th bucket list: improve my flexibility and balance, lean...

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Armed Forces Day at Klatch Coffee In honor of Armed Forces Day (May 18), Klatch Coffee customers have the opportunity to thank U.S. military for their service by purchasing a bag of Klatch’s exclusive Armed Forces blend ($15) to send to troops stationed around the world. For every bag purchased, customers receive 50% off any other bag (up to $15). Saturday; locations here. Flavor of L.A. Enjoy eats from over 70 notable restaurants, bakeries, and ice cream shops, along with craft brews, wine, shochu,...

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Lunar New Year Festival Celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Pig in Monterey Park. Join in five blocks of entertainment, vendors offering unique gifts and specialty items, food booths with various types of items, amusement rides, and lots of live entertainment. The traditional  New Year lion and dragon dancers along with firecrackers will kick-off the festival Saturday morning. Various types of entertainment will be featured on both days. A large carnival fun zone will be featured in parking...