The Players’ Tribune: Rookie/Vet: Tyson Chandler and Devin Booker (Episode 1)

Tyson Chandler hears voices. Voices like Charles Oakley. Scottie Pippen. Antonio Davis. Jalen Rose. Fifteen years into his NBA career, he hears the advice they gave him back when he came into the league. Words he took to heart to help him survive in the NBA. Now, it’s his turn to pass that knowledge to… Read More The Players’ Tribune: Rookie/Vet: Tyson Chandler and Devin Booker (Episode 1)

24th Annual Empowerment Congress Summit a Success

On Saturday, January 16, 2016, over 1,300 community residents, stakeholders, County Department heads, clergy, and leaders convened on the campus of the University of Southern California for the 24th Annual Empowerment Congress Summit. The plenary session focused on the issue of homelessness in the Second Supervisorial District and Los Angeles County, as a whole, featuring presenters such… Read More 24th Annual Empowerment Congress Summit a Success

Premiere Of Open Roads Films’ “Fifty Shades Of Black”

Fifty Shades of Black is an upcoming American comedy film directed by Michael Tiddes and starring Marlon Wayans, who is also writing and producing the film. The film is a parody of the 2015 erotic romantic drama film Fifty Shades of Grey. Open Road Films will release the film in North American theaters on January… Read More Premiere Of Open Roads Films’ “Fifty Shades Of Black”

The 41st Luncheon for the 10th Council District Women’s Steering Committee

Jacqueline Nunn – “The 41st Luncheon for the 10th Council District Women’s Steering Committee. It was really a wonderful event and program; and so very well attended by our friends, associates and community members.. Everyone was just outstanding. Dr. Cecil “Chip” Murray, Keystone Speaker, Deborah Flint. Honoree’s: Nolan Rollins, Pamela Bakewell, Theresa Price, Karla Gordy… Read More The 41st Luncheon for the 10th Council District Women’s Steering Committee

California African American Museum Names Naima J. Keith as the Next Deputy Director of Exhibits & Programs

CAAM President @toddhawk and executive director George introduced Naima J. Keith as the next deputy director director, exhibits, programs The California African American Museum (CAAM) exists to research, collect, preserve and interpret for public enrichment, the history, art and culture of African Americans. The museum conserves more than 3,500 objects of art, historical artifacts and… Read More California African American Museum Names Naima J. Keith as the Next Deputy Director of Exhibits & Programs

Celine Dion’s Memorial for Husband Rene Angélil

A very tough day. Official photographs of Celine Dion‘s memorial service for her late husband were released late on Thursday, January 21, showing Dion and her brave 15-year-old son Rene-Charles paying their last respects to Rene Angélil . The 47-year-old singer greeted thousands of mourners who showed up for the visitation at the Notre-Dame Basilica… Read More Celine Dion’s Memorial for Husband Rene Angélil