Category Archives: Life & Culture

March 14

FAME HOLIDAY Sheds Light on Mental Illness with New Single “What A Year”

Fame Holiday, the award-winning Mississauga based rapper releases his new single & video “What A Year” available Today on all platforms. “What A Year” comes on the heels of Holiday’s successful single, “Take Me Away.”  The talented rapper uses creative hooks and melodies unique to his hometown upbringing. Influenced by Chris Brown, 50 Cent & Big Sean, Holiday knows what he wants, and […]

March 12

Victoria Cassinova Debuts ‘Without Ornament’  at Thinkspace Projects

Thinkspace Projects4217 W. Jefferson Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90016T: 310.558.3375  |  Tues. – Sat. Noon to 6PM – Masks are required during your visit –On view Until March 26thPRESS RELEASEPRESS KITINQUIRIESMORE INFOWithout Ornament, coming to Thinkspace this weekend, is, at its heart, a triumph. This show is a celebration, the culmination of hardships and […]

March 09

LUXURY EXPERIENCE & CO CELEBRATED WOMEN WITH A HEALTH & WELLNESS CELEBRITY GIFTING LOUNGE EXPERIENCE In Beverly Hills !

Beverly Hill’s Spring Place provided soaring views of the city as L.E. & Co. hosted a beautiful event toasting to the wellness and success of all women Luxury Experience & Co presented an exclusive gifting lounge in Beverly Hills that celebrated all things women’s health and wellness where celebrities, influencers, athletes, and press flocked to […]

March 05

CineFam Launches The Women Of Colour Content Creator Database

 CineFAM Launches “THE WOMEN OF COLOUR CONTENT  CREATOR DATABASE”  CineFAM is excited to launch its new initiative, the Women of Colour (WOC) Content Creator Database this March 1, 2022 to kick off International Women’s Month.  This important database can be found on the CineFAM website.  CineFAM is a Canadian not-for-profit initiative founded by award-winning filmmaker, Academy Director Member & CaribbeanTales Media Group founder, Frances-Anne Solomon.    The goal of The […]

March 03

MusiCounts Announces Five Nominees for Prestigious Teacher of the Year AwardWinner to be Revealed Live on the 2022 JUNO Awards Broadcast 

MusiCounts, Canada’s leading music education charity, is excited to announce five nominees for the 2022 MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award, presented by the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation. Each year, the MusiCounts Teacher of the Year Award recognizes an inspirational Canadian music educator’s impact on students and music education. Today, the charity is proud to highlight the five […]

March 02

Nagata Shachu presents Odd Times: Japanese Taiko Livestream Concert

NAGATA SHACHU Presents Odd Times Livestream Watch Party Nagata Shachu, Toronto’s premiere Japanese Taiko and Music Group, is pleased to present Odd Times, a livestream watch party with members of this celebrated ensemble, on March 24, 2022. Audiences can interact with members of Nagata Shachu as they view a pre-recorded performance of this latest concert together. Odd Times is a reference […]

February 20

Sundance Short HALLELUJAH and World Premiere of Short FIVE—Digital Screening Available Nationwide In celebration of Black History Month

“” HALLELUJAH Continues Festival Campaign After World Premiere at Sundance and FIVE World PremieresWHAT:HALLELUJAH screens at TBFF after its impressive debut at Sundance. Billed as a “traumedy,” HALLELUJAH is a deft, beguiling clash between darkness and light. After being stuck with the guardianship of their annoying, bookworm nephew, two brothers in Compton, California, must decide if […]

February 20

The Friends Open Mind Program, “Dopamine Nation”

Thursday, March 3 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PSTRegistration is required for this  free live private Zoom event.Please join The Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Board of Advisors for an Open Mind program with Anna Lembke, MD, author of The New York Times best-selling bookDopamine […]

February 19

Artist and illustrator Ryan Heshka, entitled Vile-O-Vision, premiering February 19th&ending March 26th, 2022-COREY HELFORD GALLERY-571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA

“Witches of the Weeds” (oil on canvas, 24” x 18”)  OPENING RECEPTION February 19, 2022 | 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm ON VIEW-February 19 – March 26, 2022 COREY HELFORD GALLERY 571 S. Anderson St. Los Angeles, CA 90033 Open: Tuesday-Saturday, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Visiting Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm(310) 287-2340  Downtown Los Angeles’ […]

February 18

In Honour Of Black History Month-Black Opportunity Fund, Black Boys Code, The Black Moms Connection Financial Literacy Summit

 In honour of Black History Month and as a part of its year-round commitment to helping enrich the lives of Black Canadians, here are three groups taking meaningful action to help create a more inclusive and equitable future for Black colleagues, communities, and those they serve.  As we all continue to celebrate and recognizing […]

February 15

Taste of the NFL Presented By Frito-Lay and The PepsiCo Foundation,@Petersen Automotive Museum -Sat. February 12, 2022 During SB56,Los Angeles, California

Taste of the NFL event, presented by Frito-Lay and The PepsiCo Foundation, was held at the Petersen Automotive Museum on February 12, in Los Angeles. The event welcomed the attendees to a Culinary Joyride like no other to benefit GENYOUth’s End Student Hunger Fund. It Featured star chefs Tim Love, Carla Hall, Andrew Zimmern, Lasheeda Perry, […]

February 15

LUXURY EXPERIENCE & CO PRE SUPER BOWL GIFTING LOUNGE @ Petersen Automotive Museum Thurs.,FEB.10TH,2022

The Luxury Experience & Co Celebrity Gifting Lounge was celebrating Super Bowl 56 on Feb 10th in the hometown of the Los Angeles Rams with the who’s who in the entertainment and the sports world. The LE&Co experience combined the ultimate customized athlete experience! Luxury Experience & Co presented a luxury gifting lounge honoring celebrities […]

January 30

JOIN THE NEW YORK TIMES OP-DOCS, the MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE,EXECUTIVE PRODUCER SHAQUILLE O’NEAL and DIRECTOR BEN PROUDFOOTFOR A SPECIAL VIRTUAL WATCH PARTY THIS SUNDAY JANUARY 30 AT 2PM PT/4PM CT/5PM ET OFTHE QUEEN OF BASKETBALL 

JOIN THE NEW YORK TIMES OP-DOCS, the MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER SHAQUILLE O’NEAL and DIRECTOR BEN PROUDFOOT FOR A SPECIAL VIRTUAL WATCH PARTY THIS SUNDAY JANUARY 30 AT 2PM PT/4PM CT/5PM ET OFTHE QUEEN OF BASKETBALLhttps://watch.eventive.org/thequeenofbasketball/play/61f2d3a77c16810029b2947a LONG LIVE THE QUEEN! ABOUT THE QUEEN OF BASKETBALL THE QUEEN OF BASKETBALL is a New York Times Op-Doc/Breakwater Films […]

January 27

Broken Bread: Roy Choi Fights for Social Justice

Join Chef Roy Choi in Broken Bread as he journeys through L.A. and beyond to meet inspiring people using food as a platform for activism and a catalyst for change. Discover special guests restaurateurs Wolfgang Puck and Alice Waters, artist and activist Chuck D, and more as they discuss complex issues such as gentrification, food insecurity, and climate change. A […]

January 20

Open Mind program with Nina Kraus, PhD, author of the groundbreaking new book, OF SOUND MIND: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World. 

Monday, February 7–5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST Registration is required for this free live private Zoom event. Please join The Friends of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA and the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital Board of Advisors for a fascinating Open Mind program with Nina Kraus, PhD, author of the groundbreaking new book, OF SOUND MIND: How […]