Thursday, March 5, 2015
Woods Unveils Statue of Father at Learning Center
Written by Associated Press 24 January 2008
  PAYING TRIBUTE TO DAD: Tiger Woods speaks to the crowd as the statue of him and his late father, Earl, stands in the lobby. Woods spoke about how the statue symbolized his father's unconditional ... read more >>
Mayweather-De La Hoya In Talks For a September Sequel
Written by Dan Rafael, 24 January 2008
 LET'S DANCE AGAIN: Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather, here after his victory over De La Hoya last May, have discussed a potential September rematch of one of the richest fights in history.The ... read more >>
Jones Proves He’s Still Got It, but Golota Steals the Show
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 24 January 2008
Naysayer’s knocked the wrong King Card NEW YORK- Immersed in the New York football Giants improbable Super Bowl run the local media here and national media critics slighted “Bring on the ... read more >>
Countdown to Trinidad
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 January 2008
The sport of boxing is picking up where it left off in historical fashion when two sure-fire Hall of Fame stars collide on the grand stage of Madison Square Garden on January 19 in New York. Right on ... read more >>
Taylor Posthumously oted to NFC Pro Bowl Team
Written by Associated Press 27 December 2007
NEW YORK (AP) - Pro Bowl voters honored the memory of Sean Taylor. They also used a lot of votes on Dallas Cowboys and none on the NFC South, which didn’t get a player into the league’s ... read more >>
All Sentinel Team, L.B. Poly Tops CIF-SS Picks
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 27 December 2007
 Nick Koza for Sentinel PhotoMIGHTY CASEY: Long Beach Poly defensive end Jurrell Casey headlines three Poly selections on the 2007 All-Star team. Casey (134 tackles) was a major factor the Jackrabbits ... read more >>
Ariza Arrives and the Lakers Rise in West
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 20 December 2007
Former Westchester star may have found home at last Just one look at Trevor Ariza on a basketball court and it becomes evident quite quickly. He has long flexible arms, gliding range of motion and ... read more >>
Trojans Smelling Like Roses After 24-7 Victory Over UCLA
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 06 December 2007
When USC lost to Stanford in October, their chances of a national championship were dead. When they lost to Oregon that same month, their chances for the Pac-10 title were alleged to be dead. But after ... read more >>
Coliseum Collapse: Birmingham, Carson Advance to City Finals
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 06 December 2007
In the NFL over the last few years, there has been no bigger rivalry than the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts, with both teams having faced each other in high profile regular season and playoff ... read more >>
The Face of Money
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 06 December 2007
“Pretty Boy” Floyd Mayweather smells blood of EnglishmanHe spits venom at his opponents, wears custom made $3000 suits, boasts about his expensive bling that cost millions of dollars, drives ... read more >>
First Black Coach at UCLA Terminated
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 06 December 2007
Now the question is will a Black coach be considered for his replacement After completing another season of highs and lows, UCLA decided this week to terminate its first Black head football coach Karl ... read more >>
The Government and Media Shares Shame Game
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 22 November 2007
The pecking order of prominent Black athletes to be prosecuted by the Federal Government has reached to the doorsteps of the all-time home run king in baseball -Barry Bonds. Reminiscent of the days of ... read more >>
UCLA Signs a Heralded Class of Four on the First Signing Day
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 22 November 2007
UCLA head coach Ben Howland announced Nov. 14, the signing of a heralded class of four student-athletes to National Letters of Intent to attend UCLA in the fall of 2008. It was the first day of the early ... read more >>
Lakers Announce Partnership With East West Bank
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 22 November 2007
The Los Angeles Lakers announced today that East West Bank is a new sponsor for the 2007-08 season. With the new sponsorship, each Lakers regular season and playoff home game Tip-Off will be “Brought ... read more >>
Lakers' Crittenton Adjusts to New Surroundings
Written by Jeff Skibiski, 22 November 2007
When former Georgia Tech star Javaris Crittenton walked off the court last March after losing to UNLV in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, he looked up above for guidance, knowing that the most ... read more >>
Lacy Added to Mayweather Undercard
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 22 November 2007
It’s only fitting that the December 8 “UNDEFEATED” Floyd Mayweather vs. Ricky Hatton featured undercard fights bring the same high caliber competition as the evening’s main event ... read more >>
Resolution for Don King
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 22 November 2007
LAST LAUGH: Boxing promoter Don King always seems to get last laugh on his competition. Here, he promotes blockbuster pay-per-view event featuring Roy Jones Jr. and Felix Trinidad. Famed boxing promoter ... read more >>
Lakers Extend Bynum and Farmar Contracts
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
EL SEGUNDO - The Los Angeles Lakers have exercised a fourth year contract option on Andrew Bynum, it was announced today. Additionally, the team has also picked up the third year contract option ... read more >>
Sports Lawyer Glenn Hopes to Reverse Trend for Blacks
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
California attorney Everett L. Glenn, is expanding his business law practice with the establishment of Entertainment & Sports Plus. The firm will focus on providing tools and services to help athletes ... read more >>
New Dodgers Manager Acknowledges Former Blacks
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
 Joe Torre walks past Dodger legend Don Newcombe at his press conference announcing him as the new Dodger manager.LOS ANGELES - ( Making a fresh start on the opposite coast with a new team ... read more >>
Bonds says he's been unfairly targed for MLB's drug issues
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
NEW YORK - Barry Bonds thinks he has been unfairly targeted for whatever problems baseball has had with the use of performance-enhancing drugs. “I truly believe I have been singled out. Definitely,” ... read more >>
Compton Can't Slow Down Long Beach Poly
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 08 November 2007
A crowd of nearly 3,000 came to Compton High School for the most anticipated football game to hit Compton in years but what they got was a reminder that Long Beach Poly is still the class of the Moore ... read more >>
Off-Season Troubles Can't Stop Rutgers' Recruitment
Written by Richard Kent, ( 08 November 2007
CONNECTICUT - Things weren’t looking too good on the Banks Of The Old Raritan. UConn and Tennessee were bringing in the big recruits. Star recruiter Jolette Law had left the program to take over ... read more >>
Is Sugar Still Sweet?
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 08 November 2007
Local boy Shane Mosley hopes to confirm his greatness The fighting pride of Pomona, “Sugar” Shane Mosley, will finally be in a fight that will either confirm or continue his legacy as ... read more >>
UCLA's Rasshan Set to Make History Saturday
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 08 November 2007
Redshirt sophomore will be school’s first Black starting quarterback since 1979 When UCLA takes the field against Arizona State in the Rose Bowl on Saturday, history will be made as redshirt sophomore ... read more >>

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Love You Madly: A Portrait of Duke Ellington
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