TV viewers will see Los Angeles financial adviser Stanton Roseman bring his knowledge to the grocery store for the Leslie Jones-helmed ABC primetime game show “Supermarket Sweep on Sunday, Jan. 30.
Though it may have interfaced with the music of Duke Ellington in passing over the years, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is addressing the Ellington legacy in a meaningful way this month with a miniseries of concerts at the Disney.
The moment Tom MacRae knew it was time to take the leap from successful veteran TV writer to novice lyricist came when he watched the joy and acceptance showered on Jamie Campbell — a 16-year-old with drag queen aspirations who wanted to go to the prom in a dress and heels.
After spending the bulk of quarantine writing its latest album, “I Went to Hell and Back” — which releases on Feb. 4 — U.K. alt-rockers As It Is are ready to make the trip overseas.
The California African American Museum’s new visual arts curator, Essence Harden, is embracing community and supporting artists, artwork and story through mindful cultivation of scholarship on Black visual arts and the West Coast.
For seven days, celebrants will light candles, share stories and contemplate the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Beginning on Dec. 26, the celebration pulls in traditions from harvest and the African diaspora and emphasizes community and life.