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Rep. Hahn Hosts Annual Briefing and Luncheon for Over 700 Local Seniors
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 02 July 2013
Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA-44) dancing with local seniors from her district at her annual senior’s briefing and luncheon at the Carson Community Center. On Friday, June 21 Congresswoman Janice ... read more >>
Haywood Galbreath, an Award-Winning Photojournalist, is Recognized for His Dedicated Work in Educating the Youth about Photography
Written by Marie Y. Lemelle Special to the Sentinel 27 June 2013
OMG! Insider co-anchor Kevin Frazier and Actress Keke Palmer congratulate Education Honoree Haywood Galbreath, a history-making photojournalist for his work with the youth The Ford Freedom Unsung Awards ... read more >>
The 12th Annual Honor Thy Father Awards Dinner Over 150 Men Honored & Still Going Strong…
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 27 June 2013
Billy Henry is honored by his daughter Gilda Henry   Darwin Gray was surprised by his wife and daughters, Juny, Sanaa, and Faith The event is over, but the memory of Sunday, June 16, still lingers ... read more >>
The Last Roll: History Comes to an End at World on Wheels.
Written by Troy Tieuel Sentinel Contributing Writer troy@lasentinel.net 27 June 2013
On June 23, up beat tunes blast over the loud speakers as lights flicker here and there from strobes and camera flashes, but all the smiles and laughter fail to cover the somber mood of the lifelong ... read more >>
BET and AEG Join for Community Outreach
Written by Troy Tieuel Sentinel Contributing Writer troy@lasentinel.net 27 June 2013
FINLEY SAYS:  “Just grow your own food, at least some of it. Just start!  Take your health back.  We need to stop letting our food kill us and let it heal us, like it’s supposed to do.”  From ... read more >>
7th Annual Book Fair Offers Something for Everyone
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 27 June 2013
Victoria Rowell will discuss her new book at the Leimert Park Book Fair Even Memphis Comes to Leimert Park Village to Honor the 1960s When the 1960s Civil Rights Movement was at its peak, music fueled ... read more >>
Inglewood Foot Doctor Gets Prison in $3 Million Identity Theft Scheme
Written by City News Service 27 June 2013
Dr. Bill Releford An Inglewood foot surgeon who was invited to watch the 2011 Super Bowl with President Barack Obama at the White House will spend two years behind bars for taking part in an identity ... read more >>
Judge Ephriam Honors Fathers with Father’s Day Awards Brunch
Written by Troy Tieuel Sentinel Contributing Writer troy@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS stand during their awards presentation.  (From left to right) Debonaire Anthony Laws, Amber Outlaw, Mia Brumfield, Candiss Hart, Jennifer Sandoval, Tyler Hamilton ... read more >>
Guardians of Love Gives Scholarships
Written by Troy Tieuel Sentinel Contributing Writer troy@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
  GOL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS: (from left to right) Irma Lucatero (parent of C. Escobar), Celina Escobar (GOL student going to Mt. San Antonio College), Pearla Wallace (parent of C. Van Ross), Casey Van ... read more >>

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The LAPD and the Watts Bears are curtailing gang activity
Written by Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor jasonl@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
Watts Bears Practice The LAPD coached Watts Bears is giving young boys an alternative to gang life.  There are several layers to youth football.  Learning the fundamentals of the game; building a ... read more >>
Presidents Obama’s Legacy Featured During 7th Annual Leimert Park Village Book Fair
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
  Eriq LaSalle Nay Nay Kirby Victoria Rowell Victoria Rowell, Eriq LaSalle and Judge Mablean Ephriam to Discuss Their New Books  The 7th Annual Leimert Park Village Book Fair will offer both ... read more >>
Project Fatherhood Helps Men Throughout Los Angeles
Written by Shannen Hill Sentinel Intern generalinfo@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
Boris Kodjoe talks about his experiences at Project Fatherhood’s 6th Annual Fatherhood Solution Conference.  Project Fatherhood provides guidance and opens dialogue for men across Los Angeles County Imagine ... read more >>
A Taste of Soul Spices-up the BET Experience
Written by Shannen Hill, Sentinel Intern generalinfo@lasentinel.net 20 June 2013
  Inaugural BET Experience weekend introduces Fan Fest with free entertainment   Black Entertainment Television (BET) is partnering with Bakewell Media’s ‘Taste of Soul’ franchise ... read more >>
BLOOM Initiative Celebrates One-Year Anniversary
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 15 June 2013
  BLOOM youth Lazarrius Taylor and actor/BLOOM Spokesperson Larenz Tate(Photo Courtesy of Mary Cotwright)  Actor and BLOOM spokesperson Larenz Tate Will Tweet Live From The Event – Follow @LarenzTate ... read more >>
Builders Not Beggars: Supporting Black Business A Matter of Black Survival
Written by Starla Muhammad Special to the NNPA from The Final Call 14 June 2013
  Robert L. Johnson, founder and chairman of the RLJ Companies and founder of Black Entertainment Television, attended the 18th annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Conference where he was presented ... read more >>
Gunman in Santa Monica Left Note, Said He was ‘Sorry’
Written by City News Service 14 June 2013
This undated photo provided on Sunday, June 9, 2013, by the Santa Monica Police Department shows John Zawahri, 23, who police have identified as the shooter in Friday's deadly rampage at Santa Monica ... read more >>
2013 UNCF Walk for Education
Written by Sentinel News Service generalinfo@lasentinel.net 14 June 2013
Team: Superior Grocers  For the past 31 years walkers have rallied in support of UNCF’s Walk for Education. Hundreds of walkers joined in support of diverse students attending UNCF’s partner HBCU’s ... read more >>
Mayor Elect Garcetti at Home in Black Community
Written by KENNETH MILLER Assistant Managing Editor kenneth@lasentinel.net 14 June 2013
Mayor Elect Garcetti  embraces African Americans, clergy during tour Two and a half weeks after his convincing victory to become the next mayor of Los Angeles, Congresswoman Karen Bass and Council ... read more >>
A Community Treasure Closes Its Doors
Written by Shannen Hill Sentinel Intern generalinfo@lasentinel.net 14 June 2013
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Records show past turmoil in Calif. gunman's home
Written by AMY TAXIN and TAMI ABDOLLAH | Associated Press 11 June 2013
This undated photo provided on Sunday, June 9, 2013, by the Santa Monica Police Department shows John Zawahri, 23, who police have identified as the shooter in Friday's deadly rampage at Santa Monica ... read more >>
Review: Firing of ex-LAPD officer Dorner justified
Written by TAMI ABDOLLAH Associated Press 05 June 2013
Christopher Dorner (AP file photo) An internal review by the Los Angeles Police Department concluded that rogue ex-officer Christopher Dorner was justifiably fired, a lawyer who reviewed the findings ... read more >>
BARRY SIMMONS: Bank of America Senior Vice President Committed and Invested in Our Community
Written by KENNETH MILLER Assistant Managing Editor 05 June 2013
In life it is not always where you start, but more importantly where you finish and the commitment one makes to both family and community. There isn’t a better example of life’s evolving journey ... read more >>
Compton Voters Anoint Aja Brown as New Mayor
Written by Jennifer Bihm (Contributing Writer) 05 June 2013
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Aja Brown is Compton’s New Mayor
Written by KENNETH MILLER Assistant Managing Editor Kenneth@lasentinel.net 05 June 2013
In an election that pitted Compton’s past against its future, Aja Brown brought a burst of youthful energy, a USC master's degree in planning and almost a decade of experience working in cities, ... read more >>
Activists push to limit solitary confinement for incarcerated youth
Written by Charlene Muhammad Sentinel Contributing Writer 30 May 2013
Youth advocates, activists and lawmakers are pushing for a bill that would set clear standards to help limit solitary confinement of youth in all state and county facilities. Authored by Senator Leland ... read more >>

 

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