'Taste Of Soul' Festival Enjoyed By 300,000 In Crenshaw DistrictRibs, chicken, even fried broccoli -- .food was everywhere.
Guide To The 2017 FYF FestFYF Fest is back and better than ever. This year, Angelenos can enjoy it a month earlier than last year and one day longer, too.
Guide To The 2017 Arroyo Seco FestivalOffering a stellar rock-centric lineup as well as plenty of quality local food options, The Arroyo Seco Festival is sure to have a lasting legacy.
Coachella Calls It A Wrap With Hot Rapper Kendrick LamarSaturday-night headliner Lady Gaga delivered a similar rendition of her first weekend performance, including singles from her latest album "Joanne."
Knott's Boysenberry FestivalKnott’s Berry Farm is the birthplace of THE Boysenberry and each spring, Knott’s celebrates the flavorful berry and it historic roots during the Knott’s Boysenberry Festival, April 1 – April 23.
Sawdust Art FestivalJay Grant, President of the Sawdust Art Festival talks with Station Host Erica Olsen about this year's 50th Anniversary in Laguna Beach. For more information visit SawdustArtFestival.org
Heightened Security Present At Mission Inn's Festival Of LightsTens of thousands of people flocked to the Mission Inn in Riverside for the annual Festival of Lights event.
East LA Mexican Independence Day Parade To Honor Gio Dos SantosThe 69th Annual East Los Angeles Mexican Independence Day Parade & Festival is set to be held on Sunday, September 13th.
Deadly Watts Riots Remembered With Annual Summer FestivalThirty-four people were killed in the civil unrest.
Artists From Around The Globe Converge On Long Beach For Pow! Wow! Festival"I wanted to do something on this wall that touched a little bit on my roots," says artist Greg Simkins.
Best Spring Festivals In OCRing in spring with entertainment, community activities, art, diversity, films and food. From more traditional community festivals to a refined film fest and a weekend full of live blues, you can celebrate with the entire family or plan a day with just adults.
38th Annual Kwanzaa Parade To Be Held FridayThe parade is set to begin at 11:15 a.m. at the corner of Crenshaw and Adams Boulevards, then head south along Crenshaw to Leimert Park, where a "Black Lives Matter" rally will be held.

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