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Green Dot Public Schools Show Sustained Student Growth
Written by Sentinel Newswire 06 October 2012
  CST Scores in English and Math Improve Across Network, Significant Gains in Algebra I Proficiency Los Angeles – Green Dot Public Schools announced the California Standards Test (CST) results released ... read more >>
Taste of Soul: ‘R&H Bakery’
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 06 October 2012
  After over 20 years in sales, ‘R&H’ Bakery owner, Richard Houston became reacquainted with his true passion. This will be Houston’s first time attending as well as vending at the upcoming, ... read more >>
FIX SCHOOL DISCIPLINE
Written by Youth Justice Coalition 06 October 2012
  This is it.  Tell Governor Brown to dismantle the School-To-Jail Track by Wednesday, September 5th. After all the phone calls, letters, and time you spent in Sacramento telling your stories, 7 bills ... read more >>
Crenshaw Mural of African-American Progress: Highlighting Pioneers Pt. 2
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 05 October 2012
  Crenshaw Mural photos by Ashley Nash Also featured within the Crenshaw Mural of African American Progress are pioneers Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., The Black Panthers and more. Initiating ... read more >>
DR. EDWARD TONY LLONEAU
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 03 October 2012
Trichologist: (The Science of Hair, Skin & Chemistry) Dr. Lloneau is a free lance writer to many trade publications to the field of cosmetology and is instrumental in providing input to the text ... read more >>
Crenshaw Barber & Beauty Shop
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 03 October 2012
This local barber/beauty shop offers cuts, snips and trims with a side of warmth and family love. Barbershops and hair salons have become the mini hubs of the Black community over the years. Many a ... read more >>
Substance Abuse Counselor
Written by Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 03 October 2012
Substance Abuse Counselor Offers Comprehensive Services on Crenshaw & Wilshire  “I was just interviewing someone who couldn’t leave her kids to go to a residential program because she doesn’t ... read more >>
The Legacy of Leimert Park
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 03 October 2012
An illustration of Leimert Park is also featured in the Crenshaw Mural of African-American Progress. photo by Ashley Nash Leimert Park is known as the hub of African-American art, progress and grassroot ... read more >>
Non-Profit Continues to Give Youth “A Day in the Life”
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 03 October 2012
Actress, educator and founder of “A Day In The Life,” Nakia Burrise-Gavino Actress, Nakia Burrise-Gavino continues to inspire, educate and motivate youth. After playing Tanya Sloan, the Yellow ... read more >>
C&A Restaurant Spot Light: Pip’s on LaBrea
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 18 September 2012
Derrick Pipkin, event planner and restaurant owner, makes sure his clients’ time is always enjoyable photo by Brian W. Carter One of the best spots for Italian cuisine and simple elegance can be ... read more >>
“The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker” is on its way… and DADA is Looking for a Few Good Dancers…
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 18 September 2012
Debbie Allen is gearing up for the return of the Hot Chocolate Nutcracker. Photo by Malcolm Ali The Debbie Allen Dance Academy is soon to begin the audition process for the Hot Chocolate Nutcracker. The ... read more >>
‘Forever 21’ Grand Opening Engages the Community
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 17 September 2012
Reopening of Forever 21 in Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza photo by Ashley Nash Via Twitter and Facebook, Forever 21 spread the word about their grand opening. Fashion hub to youth throughout the nation, ... read more >>
Zambezi Bazaar
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 17 September 2012
Zambesi Bazaar features African themed art, jewelry, calendars, literature and clothing among many other merchandise. photo by Brian W. Carter The African themed shop is a Mecca for all things that ... read more >>
Inglewood Native Transitions from Barber to Doctor
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 12 September 2012
  Dr. Bill Releford, Podiatrist   Charles Drew’s University of Medicine & Science, Dr. Keith Norris Local barber and soon-to-be doctor, Donte Kelly, gets a check-up at Black Barbershop ... read more >>
Growing up Crenshaw
Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett, Sentinel Religion Editor 12 September 2012
  Miles Fossett with his equestrian award                                                         Fossett with his horse Growing up in the West Adams District in Los ... read more >>
Pearls Academy Incorporated
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 12 September 2012
  Pearls Academy Inc. founder, Rosa Johnson, is looking to edify young women in the community. Photo by Brian W. Carter  The non-profit is helping to create strong and edified young women in the ... read more >>
The Leimert Park Village African Art & Music Festival
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 12 September 2012
  The neighborhood, families and friends turned out for a day of music, art and community togetherness at the 4th Annual Leimert Park Village African Art & Music Festival  Kamasi Washington, ... read more >>
Los Angeles Historical Site: Wilshire Ebell Theatre
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 31 August 2012
    Wilshire Ebell Theatre  This historic theater has been around for centuries and been host to many events in the African American community. When you think of going to a play in Los Angeles, ... read more >>
Educator Wants to ‘Revolutionize’ LAUSD Schools
Written by Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 31 August 2012
  Daphne Bradford, Educator and Certified Instructor Educator Daphne Bradford, who helped a group of Crenshaw High School students get certifications in digital media, publish a book and get invited ... read more >>
The AbilityFirst Harry A. Mier Center to Improve Existing Facilities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Written by Sentinel Newswire 31 August 2012
  INGLEWOOD, CA (AUG. 2012) - The AbilityFirst Harry A. Mier Center, which since 1976 has been offering after-school and adult day programs for people with developmental disabilities, has raised nearly ... read more >>
Occupy & Ralphs Educate The Community
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 31 August 2012
    Occupy Fights Hunger and Ralphs join to educate Together, both organizations want to inform the community on food programs and healthy meals. Recently, Occupy Fights Hunger (OFH), of the Occupy ... read more >>
‘Tell Me A Story,’ Workshop Relocating
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee, Family Editor 31 August 2012
  Professional Storyteller Barbara H. Clark who delights audiences with her moving and humorous one-woman shows all over California has taken her unique storytelling talent to a new level, and a new ... read more >>
One of a Kind Hat Store Owners Are Serving the Crenshaw Area
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee, Family Editor 22 August 2012
   ONE-OF-A-KIND: Sonja Robinson and Meeka Davis, mother-daughter design team are the owners of One-Of-A-Kind Hats manufacturing their own line. The mother-daughter team is known as the ‘Milliners ... read more >>
Crenshaw Boulevard: An Element of Olympic History
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 22 August 2012
  The Palm trees along Crenshaw Blvd have an “Olympic” history. Photo by Brian W. Carter  The 1930s Olympic Games planted lasting memories that can be seen today.  When you think of Crenshaw ... read more >>
What’s Right With Crenshaw High... Remon Corley
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 22 August 2012
  Crenshaw High’s New Principal, Remon Corley photo by Brian W. Carter Corley is continuing the legacy of nurturing, encouraging and edifying success at Crenshaw High. “I fell in love with seeing ... read more >>

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