Friday, March 27, 2015
Teachers & Educators
Written by By Brian W. Carter, Sentinel Staff Writer 27 February 2013
  Crenshaw & Around highlights three educators who are making strides within the community. These three ladies are just some of the many, local Black teachers and educators that are making sure the ... read more >>
Sally’s Beauty Supply
Written by Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 27 February 2013
  “Our customers appreciate our knowledgeable sales associates who help them solve their hair and beauty frustrations.” Sally’s Beauty is a community staple located on Crenshaw near the shopping ... read more >>
Black History Month: Noted Architect
Written by Yussuf J. Simmonds, Sentinel Managing Editor 27 February 2013
First AME Church designed by Williams, is one of many structures throughout Los Angeles that exist as both building and art.  photo by Troy Tieuel Respected architect Paul R. Williams, 1894-1980 left ... read more >>
Local Utility Companies To Speak With The Public
Written by Sentinel Newswire 16 February 2013
  Assemblymember Holly J. Mitchell, 54th District  Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall Bridge photo by Brian W. Carter Assemblymember Holly J. Mitchell will be hosting a face-to-face meeting between ... read more >>
Gateway Tax Service
Written by Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 16 February 2013
  The local tax service wants to make sure that during tax season, you needs are met. Tax season is underway and to take all of the complications out of filling out the 1040 is Gateway Tax Service, ... read more >>
Black History Month: Crenshaw High School
Written by Brian W. Carter, Sentinel Staff Writer 16 February 2013
  Current Crenshaw High principal, Remon Corley had high expectations of the school when he came on board last year and continues to work to keep the standard alive.  “I’m excited to be here and ... read more >>
WFTF's Candlelight Vigil
Written by Chelsea Battle, Sentinel Contributing Writer 07 February 2013
      Brandon Bell photo by Amanda Morrall Brandon Bell discusses his new grassroots organization, Wisdom From the Field, and his upcoming event honoring youths we’ve lost to violence in the ... read more >>
Dorsey Culinary Arts Program
Written by Brian W. Carter, Sentinel Staff Writer 07 February 2013
  Congresswoman Karen Bass visits the Dorsey High Culinary Arts Program for breakfast and encouragement.   Tychea Grey(left) with Anthony(Center) and Daphne Bradford (right), stated about the culinary ... read more >>
Gala Concert Pays Tribute to Dr. King
Written by Troy Tieuel, Sentinel Contributing Writer 07 February 2013
  A DELICIOUS RECEPTION: Catered by Step onto Flavor Catoring, members of the orchestra as well as other honored guests gathered before the tribute concert to break bread and share a meal. Featured ... read more >>
Green Dot Continues to Make Improvements at Locke High School
Written by Sentinel Newswire 07 February 2013
  LAUSD Officials Say Structural Changes Will “Broaden and Deepen” Progress at Locke Family of Schools Los Angeles – Moving proactively to address the growing needs of its students, Green Dot ... read more >>
Grandma’s Healthy Food
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 25 January 2013
Grandma's Healthy Food relies on nothing but organic vegetables and fruit to create healthy takes on old favorites. It’s good, wholesome vegetarian/vegan you can eat and enjoy. We are well into ... read more >>
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 24 January 2013
    Let’s Move L.A., Body & Soul, Champion Empowerment Program, and other programs aim to inspire, educate, and engage even more in Los Angeles  Los Angeles, Calif. – 2013 is projected to ... read more >>
A Dream
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 23 January 2013
  Illustration by Troy Tieuel  He had a dream, A vision eternally imagined, Of man bound by love, Devoted to peace, Enslaved only to brotherhood, In a land where right stands, And evil forever ... read more >>
Local Program To Produce Strong Swimmers
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 23 January 2013
Coach Marcellus Beaird monitors swimmers as they practice proper legwork using paddle boards. Photo by Troy Tieuel The Masters Swim Program is helping people learn how to swim and swim better. Do ... read more >>
Recycling Black Dollars
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 22 January 2013
  (From Left to Right): Jacque Bee, co-executive director of Recycling Black Dollars and Dr. Jewel Diamond Taylor photo by Brian W. Carter Recycling Black Dollars forum kicks off the new year with ... read more >>
Reflections on the Newtown Tragedy
Written by Eric Lee, San Diego State University, Junior - (Inglewood Resident) 16 January 2013
  A Flower Yet To Blossom: Ana M. Green, 6-years old, was a Puerto Rican-American student who was a victim of the Newton tragedy. Illustration by Troy Tieuel It was you, it was me, it was every man We've ... read more >>
NAMI Urban Los Angeles
Written by Sentinel News Report 16 January 2013
  Local non-profit seeks to help families deal with the concerns and issues of mental illness in the family. NAMI Urban Los Angeles (NULA) is the urban affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental ... read more >>
Crenshaw Farmers’ Market
Written by Sentinel Staff Report 16 January 2013
  Customer takes a look at fresh local berries being offered at the market. photo by Troy Tieuel Local farmers market is open for the community to get the fresh produce it deserves. “Rain or shine,” ... read more >>
Kingdom Day Parade Comes!
Written by Brian W. Carter, Sentinel Staff Writer 16 January 2013
  Founder, Chairman & President/CEO of Martin Luther King Parade, Larry E. Grant passed away last year. The MLK Parade continues to be a beacon of hope, peace and unity The annual parade in ... read more >>
Gueye Health and Beauty
Written by Jennifer Bihm, Sentinel Staff Writer 09 January 2013
    Happy Time Herbs & Vitamins Kiosk in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall has what you need. “Quality is not negotiable,” is the motto at Gueye’s Health and Beauty located on the first ... read more >>
Teacher Spotlight: Stacey Joy
Written by Shannen Hill, Sentinel Intern 09 January 2013
    “For me, teaching was my destiny, because I had no other plans or wishes to do anything else,”—Stacey Joy      The Baldwin Hills Elementary teacher wins “Teacher of the Year Award.” Stacey ... read more >>
Chipotle Is Coming To Crenshaw!
Written by Sentinel Newswire 09 January 2013
  Captions: It means serving the very best sustainably raised food possible with an eye to great taste, great nutrition and great value.—via Chipotle.comThe Mexican fast food restaurant is settling ... read more >>
2012 Review: Historical Sites
Written by Sentinel Staff News 02 January 2013
  The Crenshaw District is rich with historical sites that hold relevance for the Black community in this area. Many of them were highlighted in 2012 including Leimert Park, Sugar Hill and Wellington ... read more >>
2012 Review: Business of the Year
Written by Brian W. Carter, Sentinel Staff Writer 02 January 2013
Owner of Radiance Boutique & Specialty Shop, Ruby Cottle Radiance Boutique & Specialty Shop has been going over 40 years strong in the community. Owner, Ruby Cottle credits her longevity to ... read more >>
2012 Review: Educator Of The Year
Written by Sentinel Staff News 02 January 2013
  Educator, Daphne Bradford Daphne Bradford made great strides with youth in the community in 2012 with great results. She has helped Crenshaw High School students get certifications in digital media, ... read more >>


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