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December 12, 2012 - Los Angeles Sentinel
Grocery Store Boogie
December 12, 2012
Multiple stores are coming and going in the Crenshaw District. Community supermarkets are currently in a state of flux, change—and some may not even get started. ... read more »
Santa Claus is Coming to Town!
December 12, 2012
Santa Claus at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza! Ho, Ho, Ho! Merry Christmas… at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza that is. Until December 24, Santa Claus will be available for photos in front of the giant Christmas tree near the food court. ... read more »
Street Vendors on Crenshaw
December 12, 2012
Willard showing off his oils and Obama caps Nichole, beauty products and accessories “I honor people… anybody out here doing this, because they could be at home not doing anything,” declared Shari Campbell, ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: University High School’s Amira Heath
December 12, 2012
Amira Heath not only excels on the tennis court and as an equestrian horse rider, but also in the classroom where she is working towards her goal of becoming a lawyer.  ... read more »
The Lakers have fallen… Can they get back up?
December 12, 2012
The Lakers were supposed to be championship contenders, but they have hit the skids over the first month and an half of the season.  Photo by Jeff Lewis   By Jason Lewis Sentinel Sports Editor jasonl@lasentinel.net   If Lakers legendary broadcaster Chick Hearn were still alive, ... read more »
Athlete’s Corner: Improving explosive power with the Vertimax at Velocity Sports
December 12, 2012
Velocity Sports Head Performance Coach/Trainer Dean Laing works with a high school athlete on the Vertimax to improve his speed, quickness, and jumping ability.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Velocity Sports Performance Director Andre Woodert trains athletes with heavy weights to build power, ... read more / watch video »
Florida Teen Killed
December 12, 2012
Jordan Davis  A Florida teen was killed last month because his music was too loud.  Jordan Davis, 17, was in a gas station parking lot with his friends when a man asked them to turn their music down. ... read more »
WESSON HONORS DR. OLIVER FOSTER
December 12, 2012
Council President Herb Wesson recently accorded City Hall honors to Dr. Oliver Foster for “his service to the community and his long and distinguished career as a Podiatrist,” ... read more »
‘Jobs Here, Jobs Now.’
December 12, 2012
Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) sitting at his desk on the floor of the CA state Assembly with his father, former LA City Councilman Nate Holden standing behind him.  ... read more »
Counter GOP by telling the truth at Dem convention
September 12, 2012
Rev. Jesse Jackson Inevitably, the Democratic Party fest in Charlotte, N.C., will be compared to last week’s Republican gathering in Tampa, Fla. The speeches by the vice president and president will be contrasted with those of Republican nominees Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney. ... read more »
Smokey Robinson—A Poet That You Knoweth
September 12, 2012
Soulful crooner to unveil a one-man poet show   Ooh Baby, Baby- Whether you are a baby boomer, a generation x’er, or a tweener, you are bound to have been caught up in the quiet storm that is Smokey Robinson. ... read more »
Are you at the table or on the Menu?
September 12, 2012
Jerome Horton President Obama vs. Mitt Romney -Tax Avoidance or Tax Planning While it is certainly not illegal or even wrong for the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife to use sophisticated estate planning techniques to minimize taxes to retain and amass tremendous wealth, ... read more »
Don’t Doubt Daniel!
September 12, 2012
Dr. Firpo W. Carr Proof of Jesus Series: Article 7 The Bible book of Daniel is both historic and prophetic. If you’ve ever heard expressions like, ... read more »
NOW PRINCIPLED BLACK LEADERSHIP AN IMPERATIVE
September 12, 2012
Larry Aubry (First of two parts) Given the nation’s reaffirming move to the right, the unprecedented obscene denigration of President Obama, and slippage in his iconic status among Blacks, ... read more »
Inglewood Native Transitions from Barber to Doctor
September 12, 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 Health Outreach Program  As a barber, ... read more »
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