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Karen Bass Still In Hunt To Make History 
November 10, 2022
The Los Angeles mayor’s race remains undecided as of Los Angeles Sentinel press time.  After a grueling campaign weekend with the Bass Bus Tour cruising every part of the Los Angeles and the mayoral candidate pressing hands with excited electorate, Tuesday came down to voter turnout.  ... read more »
Bakewell Media Presents Music for the Soul at Taste of Soul 2022 
October 6, 2022
Coming up at Taste of Soul, Bakewell Media’s Music Stage, “Music for the Soul,” sponsored by Chevy, will delight audiences with legendary soul groups Troop, Lakeside featuring Mark Wood, and Midnight Star, while showcasing exciting local acts in the realms of dance, hip-hop and R&B. Non-stop topnotch musical entertainment will add to Taste of Soul’s signature spirit of merriment, providing attendees with good vibes and great opportunities to dance during the family-friendly festival on October 15.  ... read more »
Taste of Soul & 102.3 KJLH Serve Up Top Musical Entertainment 
October 6, 2022
102.3 KJLH and Taste of Soul are partnering again to heat up the October 15th festival’s music stage. Major acts such as Kenny Lattimore and Ruff Endz will grace the music stage along with a host of exciting local performers and KJLH’s beloved on-air personalities.    ... read more »
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Children’s World Brings Talented Youth to Taste of Soul 
September 22, 2022
Children’s World returns to Taste of Soul, October 15, featuring a dynamic array of youth performances. The stage will be produced by The School Tour creator, Randy Hankins, who has been presenting entertainment acts at the festival for 14 years. Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, the stage’s sponsor, will spotlight their upcoming family-friendly programs at the festival as well.  ... read more »
TOS Feature: HPP Cares & Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Union 
September 8, 2022
Brand new at Taste of Soul, the Bakewell Builds Better Communities Pavilion will highlight generational wealth building through Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and carpentry. HPP Cares and Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Union will provide all the information and resources California homeowners need to capitalize on this important new investment opportunity.   ... read more »
Mothers In Action’s Annual Thanksgiving Event Feeds Seniors
November 24, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic was hard for us all.  But no one was hit harder than our senior population.  For the past two years, Mothers in Action has been hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for seniors at Ward Villas and throughout the community to seniors in their apartments who don't have the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful meal, fello ... read more »
Hurricane Ida Impacts Gulf Coast Relatives of L.A.-area Residents
September 2, 2021
Hurricane Ida heaped destruction and mayhem in the Gulf Coast states on August 29 and the massive storm impacted relatives and friends of Los Angeles-area residents. ... read more »
Vaccinate, Wear a Mask and a Little More Social Distancing
April 1, 2021
As Los Angeles opens back up, experts warn not to get too comfortable in order to avoid a fourth surge There has been much debate within the African American community – vaccinate or don’t vaccinate?  Trust the science or don’t trust the science?  In fact, it really could simply be stated as trust Biden or don’t trust Trump? ... read more »
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WATCH Spectrum Report: Bakewell Building South LA
July 14, 2020
Danny J. Bakewell, Jr. talks to Tanya Mcrae and Spectrum News ... read more / watch video »
Seeing This Revolution Through A Wider Lens
June 12, 2020
On June 4, at the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in L.A., the mayor of Los Angeles participated in “Justice Matters” which opened a dialogue about the current social climate. Pastor Edgar J. Boyd hosted the event and stood on the principle, “If there is equity in access, there will be equity in behavior and celebration.” The purpose for the meeting is vocalize the vision to respond to the inequalities seen on May 25. The Publisher of the L.A. Sentinel Danny Bakewell attended the meeting, “I want to put what’s going on in our society, in our city in particular, in perspective. I’m happy to see all the people out, shoulder to shoulder…it sends a message to the world that they see us, and they hear our cry.”   ... read more »
L.A. Sentinel Hosts Conversation on Advancing Black America Featuring CBC Chairwoman Karen Bass
April 18, 2019
The topic of discussion for the evening — advancing Black America during a pivotal moment in Congress ... read more »
Brotherhood Crusade Celebrates 50 Years of Community Excellence
December 13, 2018
Mellody Hobson receives Bakewell-Bremond Pioneer of African American Achievement Award ... read more »
Mothers In Action Gears Up For Another Great Thanksgiving Feed 
November 15, 2018
Ward Villas becomes the hub for a day of giving back to our elders, love and a delicious Thanksgiving dinner.  ... read more »
Prominent Civil Rights Leader John Mack Remembered
July 12, 2018
A prominent leader wherever he went, Mack was well known for his transformative work with the Los Angeles Urban League, which he revitalized and used to aid 100,000 people annually. He made a tremendous impact on the Los Angeles community and others around the nation. His legacy stretches from Washington, D.C. to Michigan, from Atlanta to North Carolina. Mack’s activism and dedication to improving the livelihood of others was mentioned throughout the service.  ... read more »
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