Check out Wine Down Wednesday, Windsor Hills own night of fun, comedy, and wine. The show was moved from the Hollywood area to Windsor Hills because of a desire to bring local “go to” premier entertainment spot to our area without all of the hassle that comes with going to Hollywood.
This week’s show is hosted by Kalea McNeill and features London Brown (Fat Reggie in HBO’s Ballers), Tacarra Williams (Kevin Hart’s Next Level), and more! We create a vibe, complimentary wine is provided (early arrival suggested). Personal Chef, “Color Me Creole” will be preparing her famous Cinnamon Fried Chicken with Red Beans & Rice. Vegan options available as well. Music will be provided by DJ Young Free of the Dru League.
Wine Down Wednesday is located at Cultural Interiors, a boutique in the Slauson Overhill area where you can find gifts, artifacts, and art from ancient African, Indian, and Asian cultures. Feel free to explore while you enjoy the show!
4421 W. Slauson Ave
8:00 Doors Open
$5 presale, tix avail instore or online at winedownw.eventbrite.com
$10 at the door
Come out and have a good time with HBCU ALUM & students, The Greeks and ANYONE who just wants to have a good time as we welcome Summer….90s STYLE!!
DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 3RD, 2018
3PM – 8PM (HBCU RED CARPET, DAY PARTY & AWARDS)
MUST BE 18+ And of course 21+ to drink\
ATTIRE: 90s Summer Chill and Swim Gear!!
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“Blooms With a View”
View Park*Windsor Hills*View Heights*Ladera Heights
Vendor Fair at Monteith Park 4616 S. Mullen Ave L.A. 90043
This unique experience gives a private showing of several backyard gardens. Our tour takes you through one of the most diverse landscapes in the Southern California. Each home has its own signature appeal and unique radiance. With all of the homes in a 3 mile radius this gives our participants an opportunity to make friends, shop at the vendor park and enjoy a beautiful community.
Visit all backyards or just a few. Rain or shine
Spring Garden Tour
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You guys thought I was pulling your leg when I did the Rams are moving back to LA after Superbowl post, well I kid-you-not, LA Times just confirmed it, St. Louis Rams owner is building a football stadium on 60 acrese of land between the forum and the, under construction, Hollywood Park Tomorrow Development. LA Times has also blessed us with first conceptual design of the what the City of Champions Football stadium is to look like (pictured above). We all know that design get transformed several times before they actually break ground on a project, so don’t expect the stadium to look exactly like the rendering above however I think this gives us the main idea. As far as what I can see, there’s seems to be a large pedestrian/fan plaza directly in front of the stadium with another large body of water for the area ( the Hollywood Park Tomorrow Development has a huge lake in the middle of it with river leading to a lower lake, and I thought we were in a drought).
Rams owner Stan Kroenke, purchased the 60 acres a year ago, and has seemed to partner with the owners of the 238-acre Hollywood Park developer, Stockbridge Capital Group. The plan is to add an 80,000-seat NFL stadium and 6,000-seat performance venue to the already-massive development of retail, office, hotel and residential space, Stockbridge and the Kroenke Group confirmed with The Times. The Inglewood site Kroenke bought last year is too small for a stadium and parking, but the deal with Stockbridge, the neighboring developer, provides ample space. The Rams have the option to to convert their lease in St. Louis to year-to-year, so I assume there gonna stay in St. Louie till the stadium is completed. The Rams declined comment on any plans to move to LA times but at this point its obivious whats going down.
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Calling all #SoCal #HBCU #Alumni and #Students. On Saturday, July 12th we will hold our 2nd Annual SoCal HBCU Reunion at Loma Alta Park from 1pm to 6pm. This event is promised to be filled with food, fun, and games….So come out and #Plei with the #CaliHBCUAliance. Located at 3330 North Lincoln Ave, Altadena, CA 91001 this year is set to be another day of fun, friends, food, and festivities….lol. Well worth the drive, bring blanket, and chairs. I brought my grill last year, thinking about doing it again this year. Hope to see you out there!
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Looking for something to do after the 4th of July Jazz on the Hill, well eeezzzz (from The Wiz) on down Slauson to for a Firework Extravaganza. Eighth District Councilmen Bernard Parks and the City of Los Angeles are hosting the 12th Annual Fireworks Extravaganza at the Van Ness Recreation Center. Guest are invited arrive as early as 12pm, fireworks are set to go of at dusk.
Firework Extravaganza at Van Ness Park
Summer and Music, SAM, has returned for the fifth time around with the kick-off, the always fun ‘Dancing in the Streets.’ The Summer And Music festival features eclectic music events, extraordinary acts and dances at various eco-conscious outdoor venues throughout Long Beach’s downtown. Dancin’ in the Streets is the first to kick off the summer festival on June 27, showcasing sounds of California’s culture, food and music from an array of genres. The event takes places at the Promenade from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. DJ Lithuanian Prince will be entertaining throughout the night while attendees can partake in the Beachwood BBQ and Brewing Beer Garden. This year’s festival will also introduce the new event Twisted at the Pike. This experience will offer attendees the chance to travel into a twisted carnival setting accompanied by live music, magic and art. The event will take place on July 20 from 6 p. m. – 11 p.m. at the Pike’s Rainbow Harbor’s Ferris Wheel setting.
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I would like to commend Mr. Billups, CLIMB Organization and all the other affiliated sponsors who helped put on yet another awesome Angel City Derby. Urban intellectuals, colorful hats, a great cause, what more can one ask for. Upon arrival you’re greeted with an ambience of success, creating the strong to desire to engage in others. I met and exchanged cards with so many wonderful people. The Angel City Derby is a charity event for CLIMB Organization, Creating Leaders In Mind and Body. I would like to also highlight and congratulate this years Angel City Derby Change Agents: Creating Aspiring Personalities for Success, Ethno Cares, #HashtagLunchbag, Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals, Diamond in the RAW, and My Friend’s House Foundation. Check out the photos below.
4th Annual Angel City Derby
Professional Pics of the 4th Annual Angel Derby
Looking for something to do on the 4th, check out Jazz on the Hill. Sponsored by Councilmen Bernard Parks, come out and enjoy live family fun entertainment Friday July 4th from 12pm to 5pm. Located at Norman O. Houston Park free parking and shuttle rides will be offered to and from the park to Park Hills Community Church where patrons are be asking to park. Shuttle rides will run in intervals of 15 min to 20 min starting at 11am. Call 213-485-7616 for any questions or concerns you may have, see you on the Hill!