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Four Steps To A Lazy (Free) Saturday

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Just look at all those 70's film gangsters! They knew how to handle their three-day-weekends like pros. So does LAist.

1) Sleep off the "I started my Labor Day weekend drinking at 1 in the afternoon on Friday" hangover.

2) Roll out of bed and roll into the absolute beginner's yoga class at Karuna Yoga, Hillhurst, 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Karuna does a free beginner's class every first Saturday of the month and all their class cards are on sale for September. 1939 1/2 Hillhurst Ave., north of Franklin, (323) 665-6242.

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3) Having cleansed your body of malign influences, enjoy Cinespia's screening of the cult classic film THE WARRIORS outside at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica. Gates open at 7 pm and the film starts at 8:30. (There's a suggested $10 donation, but it's free to anyone.) Relive your days in the gangs of New York. 6000 Santa Monica Blvd. at Gower.

4) Tombstone rubbing? Midnight makeout? Tombstone midnight rubbing makeout? We're not here to judge, man.

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