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LA Celebrates Día de Muertos Los Angeles's Olvera Street celebrates Dia de los Muertos

Día de Muertos aka “The Day Of The Dead” incorporates the pre-Columbian, Aztec, Mayan and Catholic rituals surrounding death. The celebration is a bizarre, beautiful and spiritually signifiant moment for those that attend. In Los Angeles the most authentic of these gatherings takes place on Olvera St in Downtown Los Angles across from Union Station. Greeted […]

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Spark The Conversation Takes On Drug Reform Spark wants to change the social stigma of cannabis and the people who use it.

Bianca Green (f.k.a Barnhill) is an Advocate, Entrepreneur, and the Executive Producer of the acclaimed documentary, “The Culture High.” For over two decades Bianca has connected celebrities, causes and brands as an executive in the film, fashion, media and music industries. The former fashion model shifted her focus after a cancer diagnosis in 2004 that […]

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Smoke DZA & Pete Rock to Drop ‘Don’t Smoke Rock’ Project

Following his release Don’t Pass Trump The Blunt in May, Harlem rapper Smoke DZA linked up with esteemed producer Pete Rock to highlight New York City’s gritty hip-hop sound with their joint project Don’t Smoke Rock, dropping Dec. 2 via Babygrande Records. “My producer wish list is very small,” Smoke DZA tells Billboardover email. “Pete is a legend and I’ve always wanted to […]

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Love & Football Reality TV Show

When it comes to dating have you ever wondered what else is out there? Well, Pro Bowl Tight End Travis Kelce is turning this dream into a reality as he is on a quest for love. Kelce who is coming off his best season with the Kansas City Chiefs, in which he ended with 72 […]

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Lake Erie’s on Fire Once Again

By Glen Harvey Is Lake Erie on fire Again? Back in 1969 Cleveland, Ohio was in the forefront of the media being the blame of a pollution problem that led to an outbreak of flames in nearby Cuyahoga river which flows into the Great Lake. This drew national attention; a hold the city still can’t […]

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