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A Taste of Los Angeles, California

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT LOS ANGELES?

  1. Los Angeles is the largest city in the state of California and the second largest in the United States. According to the U.S. census bureau the population was 3,694,820.

  2. Often known by its initials, L.A., and nicknamed the City of Angels, Los Angeles is a world center of business, international trade, entertainment, culture, media, fashion, science, technology, and education.

  3. It is home to renowned institutions covering a broad range of professional and cultural fields, and is one of the most substantial economic engines within the United States.

  4. Los Angeles enjoys plenty of sunshine throughout the year, with an average of only 35 days with measurable precipitation annually.

  5. A testament to its preeminence in film, the city plays host to the annual Academy Awards, the oldest and one of the most prominent award ceremonies in the world.

  6. According to the Los Angeles Police Department, the city is home to 26,000 gang members, organized into 250 gangs. Among them are the Crips, Bloods, Hoovers, Sureños, Maravilla, 18th Street, Mara Salvatrucha, and Asian street gangs. This has led to the city being referred to as the "Gang Capital of America".

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Two Can Play That Game

- Stage Play -

Two Can Play That Game


AWARD-WINNING Writer & Director JE'CARYOUS JOHNSON

casts:
VIVICA A. FOX
PORSHA WILLIAMS
COLUMBUS SHORT
CARL PAYNE
GARY DOURDAN
RONREACO LEE
COCOA BROWN
R&B SENSATION VIVIAN GREEN

In "Two Can Play That Game" the stage play, Je'Caryous Johnson will hold true to the story that fans fell in love with 16 years ago with some new twists and turns to the plot. When it comes to matters of the heart, Shante Smith (Vivica A. Fox) is so adept at navigating the waters of romance that her girlfriends look to her for relationship advice. But soon, Shante's own relationship becomes the example when her boyfriend, Keith, is caught red-handed stepping out with his co-worker and her archrival, Conny. However, when Shante institutes a plan full of tricks and games to get Keith to act right, he, with the help of his friend Tony, fire back with a quickness, letting Shante know that "Two Can Play That Game". So, whether you call it a "Battle of the Sexes" or "Love and War," "Two Can Play That Game" explores the rules of dating in a hilarious way and displays how men and women relate or don't relate to each other.

http://jecaryous.com/

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Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble


Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble presents the Rolling World Premiere of BR’ER COTTON

- A National New Play Network Choice Written by Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm and Directed by Gregg T. Daniel Opening at 8pm on Saturday, September 23, 2017 with reception to follow Runs at 8pm Saturdays & Mondays, 3pm Sundays through October 29, 2017 (no performance on October 9th) At the Zephyr Theatre, 7456 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046 -

Los Angeles, CA – Lynchburg, Virginia. The former site of a thriving cotton mill is now an impoverished neighborhood. Deeply affected by all of the recent killings, of young black men like himself, Ruffrino, a 14 year old “militant,” incites riots at school and online. More and more at odds with his mother and grandfather, the boys’ anger grows beyond containment while the family home literally sinks into the cotton field, and no one seems to notice but him.

“I would love it if this play was rendered obsolete. If the text and the content of the play would become dated and outmoded as time went along. But it seems that with each day it becomes eerily more poignant. It's an odd feeling to have the latest American racial tragedy make your play more relevant. However, I think this is the power of new plays; to be able to respond in real time and to use what's happening in our world to fuel our art with more urgency and a bigger commitment to discussion” – Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm; Playwright

Playwright Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm was named a “person to watch” by American Theatre Magazine, and as a rising star at Julliard he made Variety’s list of talent for the “future of film, media, and entertainment.” His play Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies had its World Premiere at Mosaic Theatre in Washington, D.C. this year where it received raves from the Washington Post, calling it a “Breathtakingly on-point new comedy…Chisholm makes his own mark, powerfully." The popularity of this powerful piece has inspired a remount during their 2018 season. As a National New Play Network pick, Br’er Cotton is receiving a Rolling World Premiere with the Kitchen Dog Theatre in Dallas, Lower Depth Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Cleveland Public Theatre. Chisholm was a finalist for the inaugural Relentless Award, London's 503 Theatre Award, and he was named winner of both the Rosa Parks Playwriting Award (Bhavi the Avenger) and the Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award (Br’er Cotton) at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in 2016. Chisholm’s work has been developed with the Signature Theatre, Theatre Alliance, Endstation Theatre, The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival, and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. Chisolm is a current member of the Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program at Juilliard.

Gregg T. Daniel (Director) is a recipient of the NAACP Best Director award for the International City Theatre’s production of Fences. The production received nominations from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle, Ovation and Stage Scene LA. Daniel helmed the Ovation Recommended Los Angeles Premiere of Lorraine Hansberry’s Les Blancs, at Rogue Machine this season, touted by top critics including KCRW - “Don't miss this chance to see it. Truly stellar…directed brilliantly. If you're looking for an argument for Los Angeles' intimate theaters and their artistry, look no further.” Other selected credits include L.A. premiere of Honky by Greg Kalleres for Rogue Machine Theatre (LADCC Award nominee for Best Director - Comedy), a revival of Alice Childress,’ Wedding Band, A Love/Hate Story in Black and White for the Antaeus Company (Winner 2014 Stage Raw Award for Best Revival and Best Ensemble), Frank McGuinness’s Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Broadway World Award nominee for Best Director), and the West Coast premiere of Kwawe Kwei-Armah’s, Elimina’s Kitchen (NAACP Award for Best Ensemble) for Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble where he is a founding member and Artistic Director.

CAST: Omette Anassi, Christopher Carrington, Yvonne Huff, Emmaline Jacott, Shawn Law, Dane Oliver, and Jasmine Wright

PRODUCTION TEAM: Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble and Theatre Planners (Producers), David Mauer (Set Design), Wesley Charles Chew (Lighting Design), David B. Marling (Sound Design), Wendell C. Carmichael (Costume Design), Yee Eun Nam (Projection Design), Doug Oliphant (Movement & Fight Choreography), Michael Allen Angel (Property Design), and Raul Clayton Staggs (Casting)

Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble (Producers) presents the finest in classical, contemporary, and emerging American Theatre through the lens of the artist of color. Their aim is to explore the truth and reality that lies beneath the lower depth of our existence by offering our audiences thought-provoking, challenging and humorous looks at the human spirit. Past productions include Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea by Nathan Alan Davis and Bulrusher by Eisa Davis (co-produced with Skylight Theatre Company), Three Sisters After Chekhov by Mustafa Matura and Elmina’s Kitchen by Kwam Kwei-Armah. Through their IN DEPTH/ Play Reading Series and BREAKING GROUND/ New Play Workshop programs LDTE has explored such playwrights as Kermit Frazier, Wendy Graf, Young Jean Lee, Thomas Bradshaw, Biyi Bandele, and Donna-Michelle St. Bernard. In 2010 and 2012 LDTE garnered two NAACP Theatre Awards for Best Set Design and Best Ensemble. http://www.lowerdepththeatreensemble.org

Br’er Cotton opens at 8pm on Saturday, September 23rd and runs Saturdays and Mondays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm through October 29, 2017 (no performance on Monday Oct 9th). Zephyr Theatre is at 7456 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046. Tickets $15 - $45. Reservation and information at www.lower-depth.com/on-stage and 323-960-7787. Wheelchair access and ample street parking.

CALENDAR LISTING INFORMATION:

What: BR’ER COTTON
Written by: Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm
Directed by: Gregg T. Daniel
Produced by: Racquel Lehrman; Theatre Planners
Presented by: Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble

Where: Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble (in the Zephyr Theatre), 7456 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046

When: Previews at 8pm on September 21 and 22
Opening: 8pm on Saturday, September 23, 2017
Schedule: at 8pm on Saturdays and Mondays, 3pm on Sundays through October 29, 2017
(No performance on Monday Oct 9th)
Closing: October 29, 2017
How: For reservations call 323-960-7787
or online at http://www.lower-depth.com/on-stage
Tickets: $15 - $45

Description: Lynchburg, Virginia. The former site of a thriving cotton mill is now an impoverished neighborhood. Deeply affected by all the recent killings of young black men like himself, Ruffrino, a 14 year old “militant,” incites riots at school and online. More and more at odds with his mother and grandfather, the boys’ anger grows beyond containment while the family home literally sinks into the cotton field, and no one seems to notice but him.

LDTE: https://www.facebook.com/LowerDepth Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @LDTE

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Quiet Isn't Kept: Amplifications in Black Queer Voice

- Leer en español Sunday, October 1, 4:00 – 7:00 PM Beta Main | 114 W 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Free Admission -

Amplifications in Black Queer Voice


Experience an afternoon of music and poetry, as artist Micah James brings together performers who explore the Black queer existence through a multitude of lenses.

Participating artists are Eddington Again, Bapari, Brandon Drew Holmes, Micah James, Thed Jewel, Amanda-Faye Jimenez, Naeem Juwan, Black Gatsby, and Adee Roberson.

Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Micah James is an artist working in LA, making songs, stories, and videos.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Eddington Again makes Black classic music.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Bapari (Arielle Baptiste) AKA Sensei Noir is a Los Angeles-based multigenre producer, DJ, and radio host. Her somber yet danceable soundscapes derive influence from Witch House, Synthpop, Hip-Hop, Techno, Post-Punk, and Bounce.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Brandon Drew Holmes is a writer, artist, and publisher. He makes work about white people for Black people.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Naeem Juwan is an artist performing regularly as ‘Spank Rock.' A native of Baltimore, he currently resides in Minneapolis by way of Philadelphia. He is currently completing his third studio album for release in 2018.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Thed Jewel was born and raised in Los Angeles. He is living to help through his abilities, which includes rapping.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Amanda-Faye Jimenez is a Blaxican-queer-fat-femme writer and performer. She has performed in SORORITY at The Hammer Museum, the Radar Productions Queer Readings Series, and at the McDonald's in Silverlake next to her favorite gay bar. She loves palm trees, engaging her followers, and making niche memes on Instagram as @failureprincess.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Black Gatsby is an independent Pop prodigy based in Los Angeles. The soulful singer-songwriter and performer explores a wide range of inspirational elements, varying from Gospel and Blues to Electrotonic, Disco, and Hip-Hop. Growing up singing in churches from Oklahoma to Texas, Gatsby’s vocals boast a variety of influences from Slyvester James, David Bowie and Prince, to Janet Jackson, with a spine-chilling, modern twist. Gatsby’s vocals have also been featured on records and remixes with Twin Shadow, Solange Knowles, and MS MR.


Amplifications in Black Queer Voice
Adee Roberson's works weave celestial landscapes with drum patterns, found photos, and synthesizers. Roberson has exhibited and performed in galleries and independent venues including the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and Art Gallery of Windsor, Ontario.


Earlier Event: September 24
Danza Azteca: Honoring the Past, Blessings for the Future
Later Event: November 1

BETA MAIN
114 W 4th St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
t: 213-986-8500

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The 33rd Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo Rides Southern California July 15-16, 2017

Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo


The 2017 nationally renowned Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo (BPIR) rides into the City of Industry Saturday, July 15th - 6:30 Performance and Sunday, July 16, 2017 for a 3:30 Performance. Industry Hills Expo Center located at 16200 Temple Ave, City of Industry, CA 91744. Consistently, for over 33 years, the BPIR toured throughout the U.S.A. entertaining millions with thrilling professional rodeo competitions of the most skilled and entertaining Black cowboys and cowgirls worldwide.

Southern Californians will enjoy African American cowboys, cowgirls and youngsters choke dust and cheer for hard riding competitors as they battle to be named the best after a season of competition; spectators, competitors. Attendees from all communities of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties can expect their favorite competitors during thrilling Calf Ropin', exhilarating Bareback Ridin', Bull Doggin, Ladies Barrel Racin', Junior Barrel Racin', Ladies Steer Undecoratin', and gripping Bull Ridin. It's ALWAYS a great weekend of high family entertainment and scrumptious food!

The 33rd BPIR continues on to keep the legacy of its' founder Lu Vason alive with the same professional, family oriented and always exciting entertainment. It is the longest running African American Family Event other than the Ebony Fashion Fair that toured for 50 years. Lu Vason passed away at the age of 76 on May 17, 2015. Actors, Glynn Turman, James Pickens, Jr., Oba Babatune and Reginald T. Dorsey return as the Official Grand Marshall's for the year's rodeo.

TICKETS: Tickets are available online or through various ticket outlets. The price range are from $20- $35. Group rates are also available contact Los Angeles, CA Rodeo Coordinator Margo Wade LaDrew: mladrew@billpickettrodeo.com 310.674.6700

To purchase online, please visit http://bit.ly/BillPickettRodeotix

Ticket Outlets

Wade Events

* Inglewood * 310.674.6700
Inglewood Tickets

* Inglewood * 310.671.6400
Black Voice News

* Riverside * 951.682.6070
Zahra's Books & Things

* Inglewood * 310.330.1300
Industry Hills Expo Center

* City of Industry * 626.330.0324
Shades of Afrika

* Long Beach * 562.4362210
Shades of Afrika

* Corona * 951.285.7888
Ms. B's M&M Soul Food

* Inglewood * 310-412-2800
Venni Mac's M&M Soul Food

* Carson * 310.324.5317
Postal Annex

* Carson * 310.538.8285

ABOUT BILL PICKETT:
Known as the "Dusky Demon," Bill Pickett (1870-1932) was the best-known African American rodeo performer of all time. He invented the rodeo sport of bulldogging-now known as steer wrestling-and entertained millions of people around the world, showcasing his bronco-and bull-riding and roping skills in Wild West shows, circuses, and world's fairs. The professional cowboy and rodeo champion was small in stature but he was a larger-than-life Western legend in his own time. His rodeo career spanned more than 40 years. In 1989, he was inducted into the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), and in 1996, Bill Pickett was the first rodeo athlete inducted into the Black Cowboy Walk of Fame in Denver, Colorado.

Retired since 1916, Pickett died in April 1932 following a roping accident. His funeral was one of the largest ever held in Oklahoma. He was buried high on a hill at White Eagle Monument, where the Cherokee Strip Cowboy Association set up a limestone marker in his memory. According to Frank Billings, Colonel Zack Miller of the 101 Ranch called him "the greatest sweat-and-dirt cowhand that ever lived."

"Bill Pickett Memorial Scholarship Fund," a non-profit entity Tax ID #84-1064797

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The Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo came to the Los Angeles Convention Center

A natural hair convention that celebrates, educates & demonstrates natural hair care, techniques and natural hairstyles. Featuring an Afrocentric fashion show, professional hair panels, natural hair contest for adults, a Little Miss Afrolicious Pageant for girls 5 to 12 years old. With natural Hair product vendors & unique fashion and accessory vendors. The theme this year was a touch on Ankara(African print) Women from all over Southern and Northern California came out to this annual celebration. This years event was supported by a celebrity panel that included actresses Kimberly Elise, Tangie Ambrose, Mari Morrow and Simbi Khali. Fashion show by Fatima Dodson of the Runway Boutique. Hair by Rayna Lott of Sekai Natural Hair Gallery.

By Rhonda Ray
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


Afrolicious Hair & Beauty Expo
Photographer Gary L. Harbour


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Demographics of Los Angeles, California

By Race

White

Black

Native American

Asian

Hispanic

Total Population

48.07%

9.09%

0.05%

10.06%

48.4%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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Sacred Fools Theatre

"One surefire crowd-pleaser - "N.Y. Times
A West Coast Premiere at Sacred Fools Theatre

The high-stakes world of Civil Warera horse racing sets the stage for this captivating drama during a time of slavery and Reconstruction. Colonel Wiley Johnson owns both Simon Cato, a smart, cocky colored jockey, and his horse, Pure Confidence. Cato uses his wits and his championship winnings to buy his and his wife's freedom, but the Civil War changed everything.

Originally commissioned by the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and Actors Theatre of Louisville, Pure Confidence premiered in the Humana Festival of New American Plays.

This surprisingly funny and daring story takes a look at the complexity of race relations, love and dignity in the second half of the nineteenth century. Against a vivid backdrop of fast horses, gritty racetracks and high-stakes betting, PURE CONFIDENCE is an extraordinary tale of human triumphs and failings.

"Rollickingly accomplished has a big juicy vision, a stylistic verve and a credible story that supports its ideas." - Variety

Carlyle Brown (Playwright) is a celebrated playwright and recipient of playwriting fellowships from the New York Foundation of the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, the Pew Charitable Trust, and many more. His first professional production was Little Tommy Parker Celebrated Colored Minstrel Show at Penumbra Theatre Company, which then premiered his The African Company Presents Richard III, and Buffalo Hair (National McKnight Fellowship). Additional plays include The Negro of Peter the Great, A Big Blue Nail, Dartmoor Prison, Down in Mississippi and others. Brown has received commissions from Arena Stage, the Houston Grand Opera, the Children's Theatre Company, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and The Goodman Theater. He is the 2006 recipient of The Black Theatre Network's Winona Lee Fletcher Award for outstanding achievement and artistic excellence, a 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, a 2010 recipient of the Otto Rene Castillo Award for Political Theatre, and 2010 United States Artists Fellow.

Director Marya Mazor recently helmed Ivy & Bean at South Coast Rep. At the Open Fist her production of Albee's The Goat was named Best Play of the Year by OC Weekly, and she is recognized locally for directing Time Stands Still, and Overlooked at the multi-award winning Chance Theater. Marya was one of only eight chosen to participate in the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, where she directed The Winged Man, by Academy Award Nominee Jose Rivera (Motorcycle Diaries). The film appeared around the world in festivals including ComiCon and Athens International, airing on SiTV and now on iTunes. She is a recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts/TCG Directing Fellowship and she holds an M.F.A. in directing from the Yale School of Drama.

Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble (Producers) presents the finest in classical, contemporary and emerging American Theatre through the lens of the artist of color. Their aim is to explore the truth and reality that lies beneath the lower depth of our existence by offering our audiences thought-provoking, challenging and humorous looks at the human spirit. Past productions include Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea by Nathan Alan Davis and Bulrusher by Eisa Davis (co-produced with Skylight Theatre Company), Three Sisters After Chekhov by Mustafa Matura and Elmina's Kitchen by Kwam Kwei-Armah. Through their IN DEPTH/ Play Reading Series and BREAKING GROUND/ New Play Workshop programs LDTE has explored such playwrights as Kermit Frazier, Wendy Graf, Young Jean Lee, Thomas Bradshaw, Biyi Bandele, and Donna-Michelle St. Bernard. In 2010 and 2012 LDTE garnered two NAACP Theatre Awards for Best Set Design and Best Ensemble.

Website: www.lowerdepththeatreensemble.org Twitter: @LDTE, Facebook: lowerdepth, Instagram: LDTE

Cast: Armond Edward Dorsey (Simon Cato), Tamarra Graham (Caroline), Eamon Hunt (George Dewitt/HotelClerk), Deborah Puette (Mattie Johnson), William Salyers (Colonel Wiley Johnson), and Dylan John Seaton (Auctioneer/Tom Roland). Production Team: Tom Buderwitz (Set Design), Pablo Santiago (Lighting Design), John Nobori (Sound Design), Mylette Nora (Costume Design), Nicholas Santiago (Projection Design), and Michael Allen Angel (Props Design)

Pure Confidence opens at 8pm on Saturday, April 8th and runs 8pm Fridays & Saturdays, 3pm Sundays through April 30, 2017. Sacred Fools is located at 1076 Lillian Way Los Angeles, CA 90038. Tickets $25 - $34. Reservation at www.lower-depth.com/on-stage and (323) 960-7745. Wheelchair access and ample street parking.

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Businesses in Los Angeles, California


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BEAUTY CARE - HAIR SALONS - MULTICULTURAL

  1. Ademola Mandella - Phaze II Salon -  Category: Natural Hair Salon -   4064 Victoria Avenue, Los Angeles , CA 90008 (310) 500-9396

  2. Adiahs Healing Hands -  4705 Crenshaw Blvd. - Los Angeles, California (424) 653-7708

  3. All Star Barber Shop -  2016 W 48 St - Los Angeles, California - (323) 296-3981

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  8. Braids By Lolita -  3305 West 54th St - Los Angeles, California - (310) 256-6788 - (visit website)

  9. Braids By Sabrina -  5370 W. Adams Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 937-8870

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  12. Carol C. Hair Artistry -  1462 S. Robertson Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 493-9406

  13. Charlotte-James Skin Care -  Category: Skin Care -  Facial care, hair removal, botox, juvederm, laser treatments.   - 2211 Corinth Avenue, Suite 100, Los Angeles , CA (310) 478-5100 - (visit website)

  14. Charvon Human Hair And Salon -  1438 B Robertson Blvd - Los Angeles, California - (323) 383-8586

  15. Chocolat Beautique & Day Spa -  1408 Stearns Drive - Los Angeles, California - (323) 933-4772

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  18. Dysonna Hair Studio -  5373 Wilshire Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 857-0030 - (visit website)

  19. Eclectic Salon -  Category: Hair Salon -     - 5356 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 935-3130 - (reviews)

  20. Electrolysis and Skin Care by Robin - Permanent Hair removal by Electrolysis and ethnic skin care specialist. Free yourself of unwanted hair, razor bumps and ingrowns. You only have one skin, look your professional best starting today!   2211 Corinth Avenue #100 - (310) 478-5100 - (visit website)

  21. Elegante Beauty Salon Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -  488 East Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 749-5959

  22. Eric Childress Hair Makeup Beauty -  Los Angeles, California - (323) 841-4076

  23. EWR BS Holdings -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -   7887 Willow Glen Road Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 733-8834

  24. Extention Addictions Specializing in all phases of hair care and natural looking hair extensions.  2622 South Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles Ca. 90034 (310) 729 8829

  25. Euro Edge Beauty Bar -  1927 W. 77th St. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 286-7811  - (visit website)

  26. Flawless Hair Importers -  Category: Beauty Supply -  7411 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 758-4440

  27. Hair Architects -  6865 La Tijera Blvd - Los Angeles, California - (310) 338-1300

  28. Hairarchy -  Los Angeles, California - (562) 618-8197 - (visit website)

  29. Hair Body and Soul Braids Network -  Category: Hair Salon 3982 Halldale Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90062 (323) 292-3265

  30. Hair By Teresa -  Los Angeles, California - (310) 714-1997

  31. Hair By Tracy -  Los Angeles, California - (213) 725-4016

  32. Hair on the Move -  3159 W. 11th Street suite 10 - Los Angeles, California - (310) 346-7658

  33. HairPlaay - 8036 W. 3rd St. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 655-5025 - (visit website)

  34. HartSeekers Hair Salon -  Los Angeles, California - (323) 294-8491 - (visit website)

  35. International Beauty Care Company -  Category: Beauty Supply -   146 West 132nd Street Los Angeles, CA (310) 323-6171  - (visit website)

  36. International Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -   4443 W. Slausen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 299-6015

  37. Isis Hair Salon -  5766 W. Adams Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - -  (323) 937-3077 - (visit website)

  38. Jasmine Ashley Salon -  Jasmine Ashley Salon provides premium hair coloring services to the residents of Los Angeles, CA. Call our top keratin service salon now at (323) 879-9019!   - 5367 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, California - (323) 879-9019 - (visit website)

  39. Just in Time Barber & Beauty Salon -  5360 W. Adams Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 937-5406  - (visit website)

  40. Kazam Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -  14906 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 899 3069

  41. Knox Salon -  Category: Hair Salon -   Relationships are at the heart of our mission to care for you and the earth. We are an Aveda concept salon for Haircare, Skincare,Nails & Waxing.   - 2823 S. Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA (310) 837-5600  - (visit website)

  42. Krystal Spa -  Category: Black Spa -   1111 S. Grand Ave #406 Los Angeles, CA (213) 747-5772

  43. L. A. Hair Extensions -  Stoneman Ave. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 528-8386 - (visit website)

  44. Legends The Barbershop -  5366 Wilshire Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 936-8922

  45. Magnificent Sisters Hair Salon -  4271 Crenshaw Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (424) 222-0804

  46. Mahogany Hair Revolution - 490 S. San Vicente, Ste. 10 - Los Angeles, California - (323) 652-2258 - (visit website)

  47. Mecca Hair Studio - 901 S. La Brea Ave Suite 1 - Los Angeles, California 90036 - (323) 936-8225 - (visit website)

  48. Mo Betta Braidz -  Category: Hair Salon Overhill and 60th Los Angeles, CA 90043 (310) 925-2625

  49. New Beauty Supply Store -  Category: Black Beauty Supply -   P.O. Box 470465 Los Angeles, CA 90047 (310) 703-8160

  50. Norm Tuch Salon -  8210 W. 3rd Street - Los Angeles, California - (323) 951-0695

  51. Oasis Hair Design -  5830 Overhill Drive, Suite #5 - Los Angeles, California - (310) 710-5672

  52. Oh My Nappy Hair Salon -  Category: Hair Salon -   805 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA, 90036 (323) 939-3999

  53. Oran's International -  Category: Beauty Supply -   3742 W Martin L King Jr Blvd, Los Angeles , CA 90008 (323) 299-8829

  54. Pin Up Dolls Salon -  1363 South Redondo Blvd - Los Angeles, California - (323) 937-3655

  55. Plair's Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -  10113 1/2 South Main Street, Los Angeles , CA (323) 757-1524

  56. Pro Hair and Nail Salon -  1752 Slauson Blvd - Los Angeles, California - (323) 761-3304

  57. Remi For Less -  Category: Beauty Supply -   2103 Martin Luther King Blvd, Los Angeles , CA 90008 (310) 738-2540 or (323) 291-2582

  58. Salon 21 - 5825 W. Pico Blvd -  Los Angeles, California - (323) 939-0621

  59. Shatari Braid & Weave Salon -  1835 W. 68th Street - Los Angeles, California - (323) 636-6685

  60. Silky the Cap -  Category: Beauty Supply -   4609 West Slauson Avenue, Los Angeles , CA (323) 295-0464

  61. Simply Raw Hair Designers -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   5480 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 930-2750

  62. Smith Products Company,LLC -   Secret Styling Quality Hair Care Products for multi-textured hair consumers. All Secret Styling Products are salon tested by professional hair stylists and they work.   - 5041 W. 58th Place, Los Angeles, California - (866) 359-6847 - (visit website)

  63. Sonias Hair Braiding -  4785 Don Miguel Dr. #17 - Los Angeles, California - (323) 403-8015

  64. Studio 54 -  2614 54th St - Los Angeles, California - (310) 904-7625 - (visit website)

  65. S. Wynn Braiding Company -  Los Angeles, California - (323) 246-7603

  66. Take it Down, the Alternative Salon for Hair -  4900 Crenshaw Blvd - Los Angeles, California - (323) 291-5800

  67. The Body Wellness Clinic -  Category: Black Spa -   Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 342-7001

  68. Top Notch Braiding -  Los Angeles, California - (323) 841-4179

  69. Trifecta Hair Studio -  5372 W. Adams Bl. - Los Angeles, California - (323) 692-0120

  70. Ubora Smooth as Silk Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   3710 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Ste. 113 Los Angeles, CA 90008 (323) 299-9397

  71. Visions Atelier -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   8327 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90069 (323) 651-4545

  72. West Of Heaven Hair Studio -  2622 S. Robertson Blvd. - Los Angeles, California - (310) 842-9744

  73. 99 Plus Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -   8221 S. Normandie Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90044 (323) 750-7258

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BLACK BUSINESSES - SERVICES - VENDORS ETC.

  1. AahRelax -  Category: Massage/ Facials -  Massage in Home. We provide massages and facials in the comfort of your home, or hotel.   750 Garland Ave. Los Angeles, CA (877) 778-8983   - (visit website)

  2. African Marketplace -  Category: Black Book Stores -   2560 W. 54th Street Los Angeles, CA 90043

  3. Black Underwater Explores -  Category: Water Sports -  P.O. Box 90069 Los Angeles, CA 90009  - (visit website)

  4. Blade Runners Ski Club -  Category: Ski Clubs -  4859 W.Slauson Ave, #101 Los Angeles, CA 90056

  5. Central News Wave -  Category: African American Newspaper -   2621 West 54th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90043 (213) 290-3000

  6. Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science -  Category: Historically Black College 1731 E 120th St, Los Angeles, CA, 90059 (323) 563-4800

  7. Dr. Eve Allen Ph.D., N.D.c -  Category: Healthcare -   6399 Wilshire Blvd. PH 4, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 658-1152

  8. Electrolysis and Skin Care by Robin - Permanent Hair removal by Electrolysis and ethnic skin care specialist. Free yourself of unwanted hair, razor bumps and ingrowns. You only have one skin, look your professional best starting today!   2211 Corinth Avenue #100 Los Angeles, CA - (310) 478-5100 - (visit website)

  9. Eso Won Books -  Category: Black Book Stores -   3655 S. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90016 (213) 294-0324

  10. Fashion Lanes -  Category: Apparel -   Fashionlanes.com is a well established and trusted name in QUALITY Fashion Accessories. We deal in Fashion Products and Fashion accessories. We are an IMPORTER and WHOLESALER of QUALITY Fashion Products. We have our own designing through hired professionals. We do not make, sell or buy look-alikes of any designer. Nor are we related to any designer. We also do not sell any products that can be termed as counterfeits of original trademarked and copyrighted fashion products.   - 115 E 12th St. - Los Angeles, CA (213) 745-2004   - (visit website)

  11. Four Seasons West Ski Club -  Category: Ski Club

  12. Herald-Dispatch -  Category: African American Newspaper -   3860 Crenshaw Boulevard Suite 110, Post Office Box 19027A, Los Angeles, CA, 90008 (213) 291-9486

  13. Ida E. Yarbrough, C.P.A. -  Category: Accountants -   Los Angeles CA (323) 298-0816 - (visit website)

  14. Impression Production -  Category: Photography/Video -   Production have provided photography, video and graphic design services for over 10 years. From weddings to commercials to tv productions we do it all. Let us leave an impression on your next event.   - Sunset Ranch Dr. - Los Angeles, CA (213) 706-8165   - (visit website)

  15. It's Clean Again -  Category: Cleaning -   Star (424)259-1673

    It's Clean Again
    /four two four/two five nine-one six seven three

    BASIC CLEANING - 3 Hrs $90 Minimum!

    * Dishes, Kitchen Surfaces, Dust, Vacuum, Mop, Make Bed(s), Bathroom Surfaces, and Empty Trash.

    $30 PER HOUR - CLEANING UNTIL ALL IS DONE

    THOROUGH CLEANING

    * Dishes, Kitchen Surfaces, Polish Stainless Steel Appliances, Furniture Polish, Vacuum, Mop & Wax, Bedroom Surfaces, Change Sheets, Bathroom tub, Surfaces & Mirrors and Empty Trash.

    METICULOUS CLEANING (Very Detail! i.e. Deep Cleaning)

    * Interior windows, mirrors, Furniture Polish, Vacuum, Mop & Wax, Change Sheets, Bedroom: Hang clean clothes, put items away and clean surfaces. Bathroom - shower doors, toilet, tub and some mold - extra cost if there is a lot of mold. Laundry, Stove Top,

    EXTRA FOR PETS! Cat litter box or other pets extra $25 per animal.
    SAUL or STAR!

  16. Johnson & Moo -  Category: Legal -   Music, entertainment and consumer law firm based in Los Angeles, California.   - 5900 Wilshire Blvd Suite 2600 - Los Angeles, CA (323) 330-0524   - (visit website)

  17. Joseph Rudison -  Category: Family Practice -   9014 S. Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90003 (323) 755-1155

  18. Kongo Square Gallery -  Category: Black Book Stores -   4334 Degnan Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90008 (213) 291-6878

  19. Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper -  Category: African American Newspaper -   3800 Crenshaw Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA (213) 299-3800

  20. Nzalamba Art Works -  Category: Art -   - P.O. Box 65036 - Los Angeles, CA 90065 (323) 255-9000   - (visit website)

  21. Piano Play Music Systemd, Inc. -  Category: Music -  Since 1987, Piano Play Music Systems has enriched the lives of children and families through exceptional music education. Our teaching methods enable everyone to have a ton of fun in our educational weekly music classes. We incorporate comprehensive interactive techniques and parent participation to teach music theory and performance skills. Ms. Sharon Shaheed is the founder and creator of the piano method, books and teaching method.   14724 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks, California (818) 749-5601   - (visit website)

  22. Positive Results Management -  Category: Accountants -   Los Angeles CA (818) 710-8819

  23. Rita Hall -  Category: Consultant -   6709 La Tijera Blvd. Suite 167 Los Angeles, CA (323) 422-5795 - (visit website)

  24. SimplyBridal -  Category: Bridal -  We've been live since mid-2011, and in that time have had several successful showcases in L.A, gained a former Miss Connecticut as our spokesperson, and received a lot of positive feedback from our brides and other industry specialists.   117 W 9th St. Suite 1009 Los Angeles, CA 90015 1-800-701-4026 ext. 215   - (visit website)

  25. The Black Surfing Association -  Category: Water Sports -  P.O. Box 561774 Los Angeles, CA 90056  - (visit website)

  26. The Ultimate Body Applicator - It Works! offers the world's first naturally based body contouring line that delivers maximum results in minimal time. You simply won't find anything like it in the world today. The It Works! Ultimate Body Applicator has been featured in the Emmys and Oscar Awards celebrity gift suites, as well as promoted by celebrity makeup artists on movie sets.  1728 W 109th Street - (323) 448-5729 - (visit website)

  27. Top Transportation Service Category: Transportation -  Top Transportation Service offers a wide range of transportation for all of your business and private events as well as to many of California's favorite theme parks such as Disneyland, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain, and more for your group charter needs.   Los Angeles, CA - (310) 867-0050 - (visit website)

  28. Watts Star Review -  Category: African American Newspaper -   Post Office Box 19027A, Los Angeles, CA, 90019 (213) 291-9486

  29. W King Health Care Group -  Category: Health Care -   Board certified internal medicine physician/ HIV specialist. physicals, consults, in house phlebotomy. Works with Reiki Master. house calls provided upon case by case basis.   - 3756 Santa Rosalia Drive Suite 506 - Los Angeles, CA 90008 (323) 617-5409  

  30. 100 Black Men of Los Angeles, Inc. -  Category: Community Service-   3701 Stocker Street, #309, Los Angeles, CA,

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DINING - CATERING - BBQ - SOUL FOOD

  1. Aunt Rosa Lee's Mississippi Soul Food -  2781 South Western Avenue, - Los Angeles, CA (323) 733-8586

  2. Bertha's Soul Food -  1714 W. Century Blvd., - Los Angeles, CA 90047 (323) 777-3373 - (visit website)

  3. Brother's Soul Food Cafe -  6708 S Central Ave, - Los Angeles, CA 90001 323 581-1678

  4. CJ's Cafe -  5501 W Pico Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90019 (323) 936-3216 - (visit website)

  5. Coley's Place -  5035 W. Slauson Ave., - Los Angeles, CA 90056 213 290-4010

  6. Crenshaw Fish Market -  3407 Crenshaw Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 734-6191

  7. D & Ann's Soul Foods -  7817 S Central Ave, - Los Angeles, CA 90001 (323) 584-5093

  8. Dulan's -  4859 Crenshaw Blvd., - Los Angeles, CA 90043 (213) 293-3427

  9. Fannie Mae's -  4768 W Adams Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 733-3569

  10. Fannie Mae's -  Category: Soul Food -   8300 S. Western Ave. Los Angeles, CA (323) 758-3368

  11. Frank's Place -  5120 Rodeo Road, Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 290-3598

  12. Gagnier's -  3650 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90008 (213) 292-8187

  13. Granny's House Of Soul Food -  5960 S. Crenshaw Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 293-8515

  14. Gumboz -  3650 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Ste 126, Los Angeles, CA 90008 (323) 296-2319

  15. Jacob's Cafe -  4705 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90037 (323) 233-3803

  16. Katherine's -  8210 W Sunset Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 822-2082

  17. Larkin's -  1496 Colorado Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90041 (323) 254-0934

  18. Maurice's Snack 'n Chat -  5068 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019 (323) 931-3879

  19. M&M Soul Food Resturant -  5496 Centinela Avenue, - Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 215-8186 - (visit website)

  20. M&M Soul Food Resturant -  Category: Soul Food -   4317 Degnan Blvd. Los Angeles, CA (323) 298-9898

  21. M&M Soul Food Resturant -  Category: Soul Food -   3542 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Los Angeles, CA (323) 299-1302

  22. MS B's M & M Soul Food Drive -  1561 W Florence Ave, - Los Angeles, CA 90047 (310) 673-5031

  23. Natural Soul Food Non Profit -  1444 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90062 (323) 309-4230 - (visit website)

  24. Roscoe's House of Chicken 'n' Waffles -  Category: Southern Cooking, Soul Food - 5006 West Pico Blvd. - Los Angeles, CA (323) 934-3730 - (visit website)

  25. Roscoe's House of Chicken 'n' Waffles -  Category: Southern Cooking, Soul Food - 106 Manchester Blvd - Los Angeles, CA (323) 752-6211 - (visit website)

  26. Shirley & James Soul Food -  3947 Santa Rosalia Dr, - Los Angeles, CA 90008 (323) 294-2764

  27. Soul Folks Cafe -  613 Imperial Street, - Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 613-0381

  28. Soul Folks Cafe -  714 Traction Ave, - Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 613-0381

  29. Soul Hollywood -  7046 Hollywood Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 962-7685

  30. Souplantation -  8491 W 3rd St, - Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 655-0381 - (visit website)

  31. Stevie's on the Strip -  3403 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 734-6975

  32. The Gumbo Pot -  333 W 3rd St, - Los Angeles, CA 90013 (323) 933-0358

  33. The Original Texas Barbecue King -  867 W Sunset Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 437-0881 - (visit website)

  34. Traxx -  800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 625-1999

  35. Vegisoul -  1436 W Jefferson Blvd, - Los Angeles, CA 90007 (323) 731-8344 - (visit website)

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CHURCHES



  1. Bethel A.M.E. Church of Los Angeles (visit website)

  2. Bryant Temple A.M.E. Church -  2525 W. Vernon Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90008 (323) 293-6201

  3. Emmanuel East AME Church -  5200 South Compton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90011 (323) 232-6300

  4. Emmanuel West AME Church -  Furama Hotel, 8601 Lincoln Blvd., Los Angeles, Ca 90045 (323) 730-7750

  5. First African Methodist Episcopal Church -  2270 South Harvard Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90018 (323) 730-7750

  6. Grant AME Church -  10435 S. Central Avenue, Los Angeles "Watts" California 90002 (323) 564-1151

  7. Second African Methodist Episcopal Church -  5500 South Hoover Street in Los Angeles California (323) 753-2451

  8. Sweet Home Baptist Church -  8800 Bandera St, Los Angeles, CA 90002 (323) 583-5990

  9. Unity Fellowship Church Movement (visit website)

  10. Ward AME Church -  1177 West 25th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007 (213) 747-1367

  11. West Angeles Church of God in Christ -  3600 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 733-8300

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ENTERTAINMENT



  1. Acme Comedy Theatre - Categories: Comedy Club - 135 N La Brea Ave - Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 525-0202 - (visit website)

  2. A.D. -  836 North Highland, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 467-3000

  3. Babe's & Ricky's Inn -  Categories: Jazz & Blues - 4339 Leimert Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 295-9112 - (visit website)

  4. Club 740 -  740 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, California - (213) 225-5934

  5. Comedy Union -  Categories: Comedy Club - 5040 W Pico Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90019 (323) 934 9300 - (visit website)

  6. Garrett Morris' Downtown Comedy Club -  Categories: Comedy Club - 501 S. Spring St. - Los Angeles, CA 501 S. Spring St. (310) 722-5612 - (visit website)

  7. Good Hurt -  12249 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, California - (310) 390-1076

  8. Industry Cafe & Jazz -  6039 Washington Blvd in Culver City - Los Angeles California 90232 (310) 202-6633

  9. Ivar -  Categories: Dance Clubs - 1643 Ivar Ave. - Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 465-4827

  10. J & J Soulful Steps -  Categories: Dance Clubs - 2270 S Harvard Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90056 (310) 629-2097 - (visit website)

  11. Jewel's Catch One -  4067 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, California (323) 734-8849

  12. Jimmy's Lounge -  Categories: Bars - 6202 Santa Monica Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90038 (323) 957-1066

  13. J Spot Comedy Club -  Categories: Comedy Club - 5581 W. Manchester Ave - Los Angeles, CA 90045 (323) 337-1115

  14. Level One Supper Club -  6311 Wilshire Boulvard - Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 655-4444

  15. Medusa Lounge -  Categories: Nightlife, Restaurants - 3211 Beverly Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90057 (213) 382-5723 - (visit website)

  16. Michael Colyar (The Real Michael Colyar) - My entertainment business provides Comedy, MC'ing and Hosting for any type of event. This includes on any corporate level, Private events, Public Festivals, schools, Churches and even Speaking engagements.  Categories: Comedy - 7401 S. Crenshaw Blvd. Suite 227 - Los Angeles, CA (323) 451-3396   - (visit website)

  17. Mood -  Categories: Dance Clubs, Lounges - 6623 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 464-6663

  18. Reggae on Sunset -  8210 Sunset Blvd - Los Angeles, CA 90046 (310) 709-4733

  19. Rosen Music Studio -  Categories: Karaoke - 3488 W 8th St - Los Angeles, CA 90005 (213) 387-0469

  20. Shag -  Categories: Dance Clubs, Restaurants - 1835 N Cahuenga, Los Angeles, CA 90189 (323) 650-2000

  21. Stilettoe Productions -  Categories: Concerts - CHRIS BROWN X TOUR LIVE
    JUNE 14TH 2015
    BILOXI COLISEUM
    TICKETS AVAILABLE TICKETMASTER.COM OR COLISEUM BOX OFFICE.   10600 Wilshire Blvd - Los Angeles, CA (323) 380-0911 - (visit website)

  22. The Edison -  Categories: Smooth Jazz - 108 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 613-0000

  23. The Improv -  Categories: Comedy Clubs - 8162 Melrose Avenue - Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 651-2583 - (visit website)

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ANNUAL EVENTS



  1. Annual Economic Awards Dinner -  Los Angeles, CA - Event held in March - For more information email : info@glaaacc.org - (visit website)


  2. Ebony Repertory Theatre -  4718 West Washington Boulevard - Los Angeles, CA 90016 - Event held in January - For more information email : info@ebonyrep.org - (visit website)

    Join Ebony Repertory Theatre for its annual one night only celebration featuring noted actors, musicians and a gospel choir.


  3. Juneteenth Celebration -  Los Angeles, CA - Event held in June - (visit website)


  4. Sigma - Zeta Council Founder's Day Celebration -  11301 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90064 - (323) 630-4019 - Event held in January - Email crespinosa@att.net

    The Sigma – Zeta Council of Southern California 5th Annual Joint Founder’s Day Celebration. During our annual Founders Day celebration we award scholarships to deserving high school and college students.


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