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Hey there, Muscles

By Katharine Romefelt

Ready to get ripped? Being kind to your body and your health is one of the easiest ways to clear your mind and feel refreshed so that, unhampered by stress, you can be your best self from day to day. And “Hey There Muscles” at the Santa Monica Pier next Saturday (Aug. 8) is an adventurous way to get your body moving.

Screen Shot 2015-07-30 at 3.20.05 PMLed by instructors from Ferrigno FIT, “Hey There Muscles” lasts about an hour and includes a short “self awareness talk”, followed by an intense 50 minutes of interval training that will challenge your mind, body and spirit.

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Fresh Meets: Get jammed up and distorted

By Katharine Romefelt

In the mood for some unconventional jams? Discover the unique sounds of Malian musician Bassekou Kouyate at the Skirball Center this Thursday. Accompanied by his wife Amy Sacko and the rest of his band Ngoni Ba, Bassekou and his crew will perform a slew of songs reflecting a fusion of Malian folk music, modern rock rhythms and distortion.

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Fresh Meets: Get your ya-yas out

By Katharine Romefelt

Speak your truth to some people eager to hear it! Or just show off that riveting personality and those unique talents.

New Earth: Expression Mondays welcomes every walk of artists, speakers and genre-benders. Come connect with an audience and your community this Monday night through your creative expression.

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Fresh Meets: Well, aren’t you jazzy?

By Katharine Romefelt

Feeling classy? In the mood for something jazzy? Then grab a friend or significant other and saunter over to Project Angel Food’s Wine and Jazz Concert on Tuesday. The second of five consecutive jazzy Tuesdays hosted by Project Angel Food and produced by KJAZZ 88.1 Radio, the night out at Hollywood and Highland features Barbara Morrison, a seasoned jazz singer with a unique, bluesy sound that tantalizes her audiences.

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Fresh Meets: Take a walk on the wild side

By Katharine Romefelt

Broaden your horizons! Branch out to the Ballona Wetlands for a bird walk. The city’s only remaining saltwater marsh, the area is a perfect location for a mellow Sunday of musing and meandering, all while discovering the unique wildlife populating the area.

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Intended for beginner and intermediate birders, these walks hosted by the Los Angeles Audubon Society (LAAS) allow people ages 6 and up to explore and identify the more than 300 species of birds populating the Ballona Wetlands.

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