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Music Center Presents World City Performance: Samite and H’SAO

Los Angeles-The weekend of January 17th-19th is designated as Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Weekend. There are events scheduled all across the United States to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Locally, The Music Center marked the occasion with a special musical performance that Promote Peace, Harmony and Understanding. This special performance, part of the dynamic cultural program, World City was held outdoors, in the W.M. Keck Children’s Amphitheater of the Walt Disney Concert Hall at The... Read More

New Year arrives and in just a few days we have a Christmas day to celebrate. You already have some exciting plans waiting ahead - to deck your house with decoration props, bake a Christmas cake, hang socks near the furnace, wrap up a surprise present for your child or become a secret Santa this time.

Christmas is the time to share and give and it is the season for family and friends to get together and exchange gifts, enjoy dinner and spend time together. But there are some out there, like the orphans and street children who do not get the opportunity to enjoy this warm and cheerful... Read More

Grand Park’s 3rd Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration

Los Angeles- Downtown skylines served as the perfect artwork to frame the beautiful, relaxing, well manicured lawn of Grand Park, on this equally beautiful Southern California day. Media were invited to Grand Park for an exclusive meet and greet of noted community artists and community groups, to learn the motivations and approaches in creating the beautiful and compelling Dia de los Muertos alters on display in Grand Park. Media were allowed access to the alters on display in advance of the park’s 3rd Annual Dia de los Muertos... Read More

The scariest incident that can happen while driving a car is when the vehicle catches fire. The moment it happens, you will surely feel helpless. It can lead to a blast. Besides, being enclosed in such a limited space with blazing flames around can also be a horrible experience. The driver and the passengers can suffer severe burns during such circumstances and they can even succumb to these injuries. The smoke and the smell of burning fuel also affect them. And this inhalation often leads them to choke to death. The stats regarding vehicle fire is quite worrying. According to the National... Read More

Taking it to the Streets for Leimert Park Art & Music Festival

Los Angeles-A huge diverse crowd of thousands found themselves in Leimert Park Village, the epicenter and heart of African American cultural community. The crowd came to partake in and celebrate our rich and vibrant culture that was displayed Labor Day Weekend, August 30-September 1, 2014.

The occasion was the 6th Annual Leimert Park Village African Art and Music Festival presented by The Leimert ParkVillage Group and Council President Herb. J. Wesson. 2014 Festival theme “Shaping Our Destiny.”

You had... Read More

For Bishop Enrico Dal Covolo, rector of the Pontifical Lateran University, Catholic universities can be models of authentic international higher education. The Lateran is under the direct authority of the Vatican and is thus known as the “University of the Pope”. Bishop Dal Covolo identifies its particular charism as the teaching of law, and its distinctive approach to that field exemplifies the synthesis of philosophy and theology that he says is vital to pursuing the fundamental questions. Uniquely among Rome’s pontifical universities, the Lateran offers degrees not only in canon law but... Read More

Chillin’ at the Bayou Festival

Long Beach-The arrival of the Summer Solstice is greeted with plenty of fanfare. Case in point, the official start of Summer fell on the same day as the Long Beach Bayou Festival. The festival was held on Saturday, June 21 and Sunday, June 22 2014.

Former residents of Louisiana could attest to the fact that any event is a cause for celebration. Thousands gathered on the grassy knoll of the Rainbow Lagoon for the annual Long Beach Bayou Festival. Several of the musicians commented on our beautiful, Southern California weather.

The Long Beach... Read More

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