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Actor, Comedian, and Content Creator Dale Elliott

He created and hosts “The Dale Elliott Podcast,” where he discusses financial literacy and immigration. Elliott also interviews artists and his friends. He boasts over a million followers across all his platforms, anchored by 690,000 followers on Instagram @daleelliottjr.

Now and Later® and La La Anthony Team Up to Spotlight Self-Care Companies for National Black Business Month

In continued support of go-getters and changemakers in the Black community, the brand is launching ‘Pause Now, Hustle Later’ in partnership with media personality, entrepreneur, and candy lover La La Anthony, to spotlight five emerging black-owned businesses in the self-care space and to encourage fans to take a pause NOW, so that they can reset and reenergize for their daily hustle LATER.

Hollywood Under Fire: Black Caucus Members Concerned About Black Women Execs Leaving Entertainment Industry  

On July 13, California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) members Sen. Lola Smallwood-Cuevas (D-Los Angeles) and Assemblymember Tina McKinnor (D-Inglewood) led a group of lawmakers led a news conference at the State Capitol to express their concerns over various news reports of abrupt departures of Black women leaving high-profile careers in Hollywood after the state recently approved $1.6 billion in tax credits for the industry. 

Lakers and Bibigo Unveil New Lakers Dynamic Duos Mural

      On Monday, June 5, the Los Angeles Lakers and representatives of bibigo® foods hosted their inaugural ‘Lakers Town’ community event in Koreatown. The event featured a new Lakers mural by artist, Jonas Never, and appearances by Los Angeles Lakers legends, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, James Worthy, A.C. Green, and Robert Horry at the unveiling of a mural that celebrates some of the dynamic duos in Lakers history. According to Kiesha Nix, vice president of Charitable Affairs & Lakers Youth Foundation, the Lakers, the partnership with bibigo is intend to create inspiration, creativity, vibrance, and a lasting impact in communities such

Actress Who Sought Contingent Compensation from `Hustle & Flow’ May Settle

A “Hustle & Flow” actress and a production company formed by the late director John Singleton are working on the completion of a settlement of her lawsuit alleging she is owed contingent compensation from the 2005 film he co-produced, attorneys told a judge today. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Bruce G. Iwasaki was presented the update during a hearing in the case brought in November 2021 by plaintiff Taryn Manning against Crunk Pictures LLC, alleging breach of contract and also seeking an accounting. The judge set a June 23 hearing for a further update. According to Manning, she is owed under a May 2004 agreement with Crunk

WACO Theater Center Presents “Witness,” An Exhibit with a View

WACO Theater Center’s most recent exhibit WITNESS showcases a diverse range of works from 16 Black femme-identifying artists projecting their vision of the world, society, community, and themselves through their art. Located at 5144 Lankershim Boulevard in the North Hollywood Arts District of Los Angeles, the gallery is open to the public Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. or by appointment through May 27, 2023.