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When I started my college career, one of the biggest adjustments, aside from being in a brand-new place with all brand-new people, that I had to do was learn how to study. Studying was never something that I did in high school. My grades were good enough that I did not have to study, nor was I really able to focus enough to study, not that I even ever wanted to. But when I went to college, I soon learned that I would not be receiving the grades I wanted to if I did not study. The classes themselves, such as Physics, Introduction to Zoology, Psychology, and even Philosophy, were a lot more... Read More

Los Angeles-In honor of the festival’s anniversary, Jazz Reggae Festival celebrated three decades of good vibes, jammin’ music and cultural enrichment with a one day festival under the beautiful Southern California sun, Monday, May 28, 2018, at the Sunset Canyon Recreation Center.

Jazz Reggae Festival is the largest student-run festival in the nation that celebrates the rich history of jazz and the culturally relevance of reggae.

32 years of music, art and community. From the festivals humble beginnings in 1986, it has continued to grow and develop while forging connections... Read More

Music is loved by many and honestly, it’s hard not to love music in its many genres. Listening to music is a hobby to many without a doubt as well. Nonetheless; just like almost everything, it may still be harmful to you. This is where a music lover’s dilemma kicks in; music lovers are occasionally exposed to loud music that may lead to hearing impairment.

Yet so, loud music is often fun and exhilarating from the rock groups to classical orchestras. Hearing is critical to the livelihood of a music lover and it’s kind of annoying that the same music may selfishly rob you of your hearing... Read More

New Orleans- Spring season is upon us. This could mean only one thing in the Crescent City of New Orleans. It’s time for outdoor concert series and the start of festival season.

I recently had the pleasure of attending the French Quarter Festival presented by Chevron. The festival celebrated it’s 35th Anniversary in conjunction with the New Orleans Tricentennial. As an official Tricentennial event, the fest featured the Tricentennial Homecoming Pavilion sponsored by New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation and the One Time in New Orleans Story booth where attendees shared their... Read More

The City of Inglewood and Public Works Department presented the annual Earth Day Jazz Festival. This years theme were “Celebrate Inglewood: Quality Living & Visionary Leadership”.

The City of Inglewood raised the bar on this years festival with it’s line-up of top notched entertainment.

A large crowd gathered on the South Lawn of City Hall long before the start time of 10:00am. The crowd was a mixed of Inglewood residents, people from surrounding cities as well as out of state visitors.

The City of Inglewood celebrated Earth Day Festival focused on saving the... Read More

Queens of the New Age: Festival of Extraordinary Women

Los Angeles- Sunday, April 7, 2018, the California African American Museum hosted and showcased the talents of a crew of amazing female artists.

Queens of the New Age: Festival of Extraordinary Women (est. 2015) is a growing creative collective and live music experience celebrating diverse female-identified producers, DJs, musicians, and multifaceted visual artists dedicated to education, empowerment, and creative expansion.

The inaugural Queens of the New Age: Festival of Extraordinary Women, provided the multi-cultural... Read More

Most people love music, whether they listen to it, sing along with it, or play an instrument. However, because of many local school budget restraints, music education is getting cut from some school programs.

For school boards that have to make a decision on which programs to cut, choosing between sports and music programs is a very difficult decision.

In a perfect world, they wouldn’t have to make this decision. Both programs are essential in helping children develop into better adults and they actually share some common advantages.

Both music and sports programs help... Read More

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