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SOUTHEAST SYMPHONY PRESENTS:ANNUAL MESSIAH SING-ALONG
Written by Sentinel Newswire 05 December 2012
  The Southeast Symphony has been an integral part of the community and has been in continuous existence since 1948, when it was founded by Mabel Massengill-Gunn The Southeast Symphony Association, ... read more >>
Holman United Methodist Church
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 December 2012
    Holman United Methodist Church Since 1945, Holman has been a church the African American community could call home.   Holman United Methodist Church (HUMC) is a church anybody could call ... read more >>
Cardio Kick!
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 December 2012
Cardio Kick at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza photo by Brian W. Carter Be sure to go and get some frustrations out for free at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. They’re kicking, punching and ... read more >>
Hot Chocolate Nutcracker is back!
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 30 November 2012
  A scene from Hot Chocolate Nutcracker Photo by Lee Tonks  Cinnamon, sugar, candy and spice…chocolate soldiers and some bad little mice…little Kara dreamin’ bout Russia and Candy Cane Lane…drinking ... read more >>
Over 5,000 Fed On Thanksgiving
Written by Sentinel Newswire 30 November 2012
  Carrying on the legacy of the late Rev. Dr. Mozel Sanders, Bishop Richard D. Sanders saw the immediate need in his community. This year, with the goal of feeding five thousand people, Bishop set out ... read more >>
IMAGES OF LEIMERT PARK
Written by Sentinel Newswire 30 November 2012
  Local historian, Cynthia Exum (L), with co-author Maty Guiza-Liemert of  Images of America Leimert Park Local historian, Cynthia Exum, and co-author of Images of America Leimert Park  Event ... read more >>
College Bound Alumnus Assists In Carrying the Torch
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 30 November 2012
  Dr. Kirk Kirkwood, Vice President of Educational Services at College Bound Vice President of Educational Services at College Bound, Dr. Kirk Kirkwood speaks on the program that’s “changing attitudes ... read more >>
Peanut Man
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 30 November 2012
    Steven Conaway has been selling roasted peanuts for over 30 years.   You scream…I Scream…We All Scream For…Peanuts? Hot-roasted peanuts on Crenshaw seem to be the order of the day. It’s ... read more >>
Macy’s Gives Crenshaw High Fashion
Written by Nicole Williams, Contributing Writer 20 November 2012
  Macy’s Baldwin Hills has come a long way. Since remodeling last year, the department store has seen drastic changes that they hope will attract more and more customers. The past year has been spent ... read more >>
West Angeles Church of God in Christ
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 20 November 2012
  West Angeles Church on Crenshaw and Exposition The longtime premier worship center of South Los Angeles has called Crenshaw home for over 5 decades. The West Angeles Church of God in Christ (WACGC) ... read more >>
Community Staple, ‘Harold & Belles’
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 20 November 2012
  Serving your favorite drinks...  ...with your favorite cuisines and food... ...all at the best place to taste authentic Creole Soul Food...Harold's & Belles! photos by Troy Tieuel With ... read more >>
Local Lovely Lady Celebrates 105 Years
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 14 November 2012
  Ellender Julian turns 105 years old! Ellender Julian dances her way to another birthday, reminding everyone to "Live, Laugh & Love!" Originally from New Orleans, LA, Julian was born Ellender ... read more >>
Gallery Plus
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 14 November 2012
Laura Hendrix, owner of Gallery Plus photo by Brian W. Carter The one-stop gallery offers more than just fine, Black American art. Gallery Plus (GP), located in Leimert Park, is one of the early Black ... read more >>
SESA Celebrates Musical Legacy & A New Venue
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 14 November 2012
  Southeast Symphony Association at Faithful Central Bible Church photo by Ashley Nash On Sunday, October 28, the Southeast Symphony Association Incorporated (SESA) warmed the crowd with "New World" ... read more >>
Poem: Inside The Woman Immortal
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 14 November 2012
  The Elixir by Patrick Henry Johnson  This 40x40 mural is located on the corner of Crenshaw and Stocker on the wall of the Liquor Bank There lies in her, A galaxy, Complex in thought, Mind ... read more >>
Debbie Allen Dance Academy To Feature New Play
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 02 November 2012
  Debbie Allen DADA is soon to put on another production that looks to be a smash. The Debbie Allen Dance Academy (DADA), located in the heart of the Crenshaw District, is one of the top dance ... read more >>
Dynamic Entertainer Affords ‘A Moments Notice’
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 02 November 2012
  Jerry Brown, owner of ‘A Moments Notice,’ holds a vast history in the entertainment business Similar to figures included within the Crenshaw Mural of African-American Progress, members of ... read more >>
Smokey Joe BBQ
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 02 November 2012
  There’s plenty of BBQ to go around…but make sure you drop in on Smokey Joe’s BBQ! Everyone enjoys a good BBQ…odds are you’re gonna love some Smokey Joe. There is something about the smell ... read more >>
Watson Transforms Love of Children Into Acclaimed Community Program
Written by Cora Jackson-Fossett, Sentinel Religion Editor 02 November 2012
    Connie Watson ‘Action Shero’ aptly describes Connie Watson who uses her love of children and families to develop programs to meet their needs. As executive director of the highly acclaimed ... read more >>
Back in the Day: Santa Barbara Plaza
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 02 November 2012
Marlton Square...once upon a time, Santa Barbara Plaza Marlton Square, also known as Santa Barbara Plaza, sits desolate with lingering businesses, waiting for it to be developed. Currently awaiting ... read more >>
The Crowd Rode The Wave With Pat Prescott At Taste of Soul
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 31 October 2012
  94.7 The Wave’s Pat Prescott “I love the fact that it’s a huge peaceful celebration,” said Pat Prescott of 94.7 The Wave. “[This] gives our community a chance to show our versatility in ... read more >>
Karolynne’s Signature Pralines Returns to the Taste of Soul Festival
Written by Ashley Nash, Sentinel Intern 31 October 2012
Karolynne’s Signature Pralines has garnered quite a following that will no doubt be back for her tasty treats.  Karolynne Johnson of Karolynne’s Signature Pralines anticipates interactions with ... read more >>
Taste Of Soul Speaks For Our Community
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 31 October 2012
photo by Troy Tieuel The annual family festival continues to showcase the peace that exists in our community. Another ‘Taste of Soul’ Family Festival (TOS) has come and gone…but the feel good ... read more >>
Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Project - Construction Notice
Written by Sentinel Wire Service 26 October 2012
UPDATED INFORMATION ON START DATE ATTENTION COMMUTERS, BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS IN THE VICINITY OF CRENSHAW BL BETWEEN 60TH ST AND 59TH PL; AND 59TH PL BETWEEN CRENSHAW BL AND 8TH AV As part of advance ... read more >>
Explorer One
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 October 2012
  The ambulance service will be on hand at ‘Taste of Soul’ to lend their services to those who may need it. Taste of Soul is known for many things, from its vendors to the entertainment, but one ... read more >>

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