Author: Roy Trakin

HBCU Bands ‘March’ Into the Spotlight

The Black Lives Matter movement has, in part, brought renewed interest to the nation’s HBCUs – the 107 Historically Black Colleges and Universities established after the Civil War and then reconfirmed by the Higher Education Act of 1965, which expanded federal funding for “any historically black university established prior to 1964, whose principal was, and is, the education of Black Americans.”

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Los Angeles Market Focus: Old Hollywood, New Music

Last Oct. 17 marked 22 years since the rebranded Crypto.com Arena brought crowds to downtown Los Angeles, a city once described by British writer Aldous Huxley as “19 suburbs in search of a metropolis,” and not as a compliment.

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Market Focus Dossier: YouTube Theater, Los Angeles

The newest addition to L.A.’s vibrant entertainment market is the YouTube Theater, a 6,000-capacity venue that is part of the 300-acre Hollywood Park complex in Inglewood, California, that also includes SoFi Stadium and a planned area for restaurants and other retail activities.

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