Monday, January 30, 2023
Los Angeles
Embiid Scores 41 Points in 120-110 Win Over Clippers
January 20, 2023
Joel Embiid had 41 points and nine rebounds in a dominant performance and Tyrese Maxey scored 13 of his 22 points in the fourth as the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 120-110 on Tuesday night at Arena. ... read more »
It’s a BLACKMUSEUMIST moment—DJs Spin live on vinyl at the Soho
January 19, 2023
The Soho Warehouse was booming with hypnotic soundwaves that reeled people onto the dance floor. The most fashionable crowd succumbed to a subtle repetitive toe tap— even the strongest wall flower couldn’t resist the fine tunes spinning from a VINYL HOUSE + BLACKMUSEUMIST production that took place on Monday, Jan. 9, located on 1000 South Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles, California. ... read more »
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Los Angeles Have History 
January 12, 2023
Martin Luther King, Jr. made frequent visits to Los Angeles. Many of his visits in the late 1950s to 1960s consisted of private fundraisers, places of worship, educational institutions and conferences.  ... read more »
Alexis G. Philius Spreads Compassion Through Non-Profit Highly Favored: A Blessing to Others
January 12, 2023
Alexis G. Philius RN, is a bedside nurse who was motivated to make a difference in her community after observing a concerning amount of homeless people on her daily commutes to work. Los Angeles has the highest number of unhoused individuals with almost 42,000 people living on the street. Philius has dedicated the last 14 years of her professional life to helping individuals via the medical field but has now begun her journey as a community leader guiding, directing, and organizing volunteers to help balance out the disparities amongst the homeless. ... read more »
Idyllwild Arts Presents a Westside Ballet Masterclass with Robyn Gardenhire
January 5, 2023
Idyllwild Arts Presents a Westside Ballet Masterclass with Robyn Gardenhire on January 15, 2023 at 12:30pm. ... read more »
Top Local Stories of 2022
December 29, 2022
Several momentous events took place in greater Los Angeles during 2022. ... read more »
Lincoln University’s Southern California Alumni Association’s Third Annual Christmas Party 
December 22, 2022
A true testament of Black excellence was displayed at the Southern California Alumni Association Lincoln University of Pennsylvania’s (SCAALU of PA) 3rd Annual Christmas Party. Lincoln University Alumni gathered for food and fellowship at Harold and Belle’s, in Los Angeles. Host and founding President of the chapter, Leslie Freeman, coordinated an enjoyable luncheon and highlighted fellow alumni, Anderson Pollard.   ... read more »
Mayor Karen Bass Makes History
December 15, 2022
On Sunday, Dec. 12, Karen Bass was sworn in as Los Angeles’ first Black woman and second Black mayor.   ... read more »
COMMENTARY: “Grateful After the November Mid-Term Results
December 8, 2022
To further resist the threat of authoritarianism, we must lift up young leaders who will be democracy’s champions for this and future generations. People For the American Way’s Young Elected Officials Network is celebrating the election of young leaders as new members of Congress from across the country: Greg Casar from Austin, Texas; Emilia Sykes from Akron, Ohio; Maxwell Frost from Orlando, Fla.; Summer Lee from Braddock, Pa.; Robert Garcia from Long Beach, Calif.; Sydney Kamlager from Los Angeles, Calif; and Jasmine Crockett from Dallas, Texas. Dozens more were elected to local and state offices, building a crucial leadership pipeline. ... read more »
Karen Bass… from Community Organizer to Mayor of Los Angeles 
December 1, 2022
Los Angeles Mayor-elect Karen Bass makes history has the first female and second African American mayor of the city.  ... read more »
Mayor-elect Karen Bass Appoints Chris Thompson as Chief of Staff
November 29, 2022
As she prepares to take Los Angeles in a new direction, L.A. Mayor-elect Karen Bass today announced she will appoint Chris Thompson to be her mayoral Chief of Staff and guide her transition starting Monday, December 5. ... read more »
Significance of Karen Bass’s Election as Mayor of the City of Los Angeles
November 24, 2022
The significance and relevance of Karen Bass being elected as the first female Mayor of the City of Los Angeles is not just a concern for people of color or persuasion. ... read more »
The Year of Twenty-Two with Ashley Henderson
November 17, 2022
It’s been ten years in the making for entrepreneur Ashley Henderson. The Los Angeles native, Chief Creative Officer, and founder of League Twenty-Two, is building a marketing empire with star-studded clients like Nike, NBA, YouTube, and Estee Lauder. ... read more »
SoCalGas Provides Resources to Help Customers Save Money Ahead of Winter
November 17, 2022
In anticipation of cooler winter temperatures, Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) is preparing customers with energy-saving tips, customer assistance programs and additional resources to help manage energy usage and utility costs.   ... read more »
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 »

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