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Saturday, November 17, 2018

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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

Now, the society has been continued to expand technologically, so the music industry can continues to expand as well. With the advancement of technology, it not only impacts the type of music artists develop, but also affects how the listeners take music and also learn to play the instruments. Especially, the audio technology has coming a long way as well as continues to evolve in these days. In the present digital era, the improved media formats, audio hardware and on-demand streaming services can find out the music intake. However, the experience of music is now very closely intertwined with... Read More

Los Angeles- Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles is a beautiful, vibrant outdoor gathering place for the entire community. The park just reached a major milestone, fifth anniversary. Officials from The Music Center decided to celebrate the occasion in Grand style.

The Music Center’s Cuba: Antes, Ahora: Then, Now is part of the Pacific Standard Time www.pacificstandardtime.org click on events tab for a list of events held in conjunction with some of the current exhibits. This wonderful event is part of the stellar line-up of Winter programming that spotlight the cultures and celebrations... Read More

The Taste of Soul-Soulful Sounds on “The Shaw”

By Ricky Richardson

Los Angeles-A crowd estimated at around 300,000 assembled up and down Crenshaw Blvd. (The Shaw), for the 12th Annual Taste of Soul Family Music Family, Saturday, October 21, 2017.

With respect to the Doobie Brothers, “Taking it to the Streets,” Taste of Soul took place on Crenshaw Blvd. Between Stocker Blvd on the South and Rodeo Road to the North, in Los Angeles.

The weather Gods looked down favorably upon this magnificent cultural celebration of all things soulful. It was warm, with a slight breeze,... Read More

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