Every year PAFF-LA showcases hundreds of quality new and old films and hundreds of fine artists and unique craft persons from the United States, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, South America, Europe, the South Pacific and Canada. For the past 16 years PAFF-ATL has put on a summer festival formerly presented by the National Black Arts Festival, exhibiting the best films from PAFF-LA supplemented by Atlanta submissions catering to the Atlanta audience.Details
An event being organized by Pyramid Productions International and Dreams Loyalty, the first annual African Fashion and Music Festival (AFRIFAMU) Night will take place on the 23rd of February 2018 at Le foyer Banquet, 6730 laurel Canyon Boulevard, North Hollywood.Details
You know the beginning of a great story, novel and or movie. “It was a cold and starry night,” or “It was a cold, wintry night” in the City of Angels on Friday, December 22, 2017.
Orquesta La Picante Spiced Up the Holiday Season with SalsaThis evening was the grand finale of the Cocoa Concert Series at Union Station, South Patio, 6:30pm-8:30pm. The evening featured the infectious Latin rhythms of Orquesta La Picante.
Los Angeles, CA — Adrian Dove, President and CEO, Kingdom Day Parade announces the 33rd Annual Kingdom Day Parade on Monday, January 15, 2018 @ 10 AM in Los Angeles, CA. The three 3-Mile parade route begins at Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd & Western Avenue, traveling west, south and on Crenshaw to Vernon Ave, and ending at Leimert Park. ABC-7, will broadcast the entire 2 Hour Parade Live from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.Details
Lilium and Tulipa are of a family of plants known as Lilliodeae. They are predominantly bulbous herbaceous flowering plants found in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. Typical to their genus these plants produce fragrant flowers in different colours which have graced generations of European gardens since the 16th Century. In early references, Lilium has been found in King Solomon’s Temples and has been associated with the divine purity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.Details
Gloria G Suazo a COFECA Director for Honduras and Treasurer, proclaimed the Central American Day and it was Approved by Council Member Gil Cedillo.Details
Los Angeles Culture Festival® Brings Caribbean and World Cultures to Hollywood Blvd for Parade and Festival June 23
Los Angeles, CA – Now in its 7th year, and considered a must attend event on the international carnival calendar, the Los Angeles Culture Festival® presents the Hollywood Carnival Parade and Festival taking over Hollywood Boulevard from 11am to 4pm on Saturday June 23 miraculously transforming this storied street into a grand carnival and extravaganza with marchers and masqueraders dressed in vibrant, breath-taking costumes, dancing to pulsating rhythms from around the globe.Details
The 29th Annual celebration of the Miss Asia USA took a much welcome twist at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center with representation from a more global appeal adequately fitting for a pageant that prides itself on diversity not just in culture but also in the traditional definition of beauty. Reflecting the true fabric of the United States of America today could not have been complete without representation from the African diaspora.Details
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) introduced a resolution that condemns the migrant slave auctions in Libya that were exposed in a recent CNN International report. This resolution calls upon the Trump Administration to develop strategies to rapidly respond to the migrant and refugee situation in Libya and also demands that the government of Libya conduct an immediate investigation into the slave auctions taking place in the country.Details