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You Can Hide Your Fryin' Eyes
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 June 2010
You Can Hide your Fryin' Eyes Much to their painful surprise, people learn every year that it is possible to burn the cornea of their eyes from too much ultraviolet light.Dr. Janet Cushing, an optometrist ... read more >>
Footnotes in History? Not This Time
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 June 2010
Footnotes in History? Not This TimeSherpas who helped youngest Everest climber deserve their dueTwo weeks ago, 13-year-old Jordan Romero made history as the youngest climber to reach the summit of Mount ... read more >>
MVM highlights education and goals
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 10 June 2010
MVM highlights education and goalsLocal educator's organization looks to draw more attention on academics and positive reinforcements.By Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterEveryday there are people who ... read more >>
Black Courage on Display in L.A.
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 03 June 2010
 Courage Panel (from left to right): Moderator, Stephen Rohde, Joseph A. DeLaine Jr., Ophelia DeLaine Gona, and B.B. "Brumit" DeLaine The Museum of Tolerance features the dynamic struggle of a Black ... read more >>
The Traditional Prom
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 27 May 2010
 Announcement of the prom king and queen.Freshman, sophomore and junior proms occur, but are usually not considered as important as the senior promSentinel News ServiceProms are like parties, but they ... read more >>
Willowbrook Senior Center Celebrates 31 years of Service
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
 Larry Littleton, former director, Willowbrook Senior CenterOn May 21st the Willowbrook Senior Center (WSC) celebrated its 31st anniversary — the theme was"Celebrating the Past, Embracing the ... read more >>
Brown vs Board of Education Anniversary
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
 A symbol of educationBrown vs. Board of Education anniversary marked by increasing resegregation of American schoolsMonday marked the 56th anniversary of Brown v Board of Education, the landmark decision ... read more >>
Supervisor Ridley-Thomas Recognizes Washington Prep H.S. Student
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
 Washington Prep H.S. Counselor Kim Bly; Tyki Nelworth; Supervisor Mark-Ridley-Thomas; Washington Prep High School principal, Dr. Todd UllahSUPERVISOR RIDLEY-THOMAS RECOGNIZES WASHINGTON PREP H.S. STUDENT ... read more >>
Kirk Franklin Speaks Out Loud and Clear in The Blueprint
Written by Janet Alston Jackson (Contributing Writer) 27 May 2010
 Kirk Franklin's book, The BlueprintBy Janet Alston JacksonContributing WriterTalking with Kirk Franklin, you can't help but to be swept up in his passion and enthusiasm for life. The energy of his ... read more >>
Dorsey High School To Receive New Sports Complex
Written by Sentinel News Service 27 May 2010
Dorsey High School To Receive New Sports ComplexAfter more than five years of advocacy by LAUSD Board Member Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte and community stakeholders, Susan Miller Dorsey High School has ... read more >>
Assemblyman Davis Honors 3.6 GPA Students
Written by Sentinel News Service 20 May 2010
 Academic Achievement Group: Assemblyman Mike Davis surrounded by high academic achievers from Washington Prep, Manuel Arts, Foshay Learning Center, Price High School, Opportunities Unlimited Charter, ... read more >>
To be young, Black and on the move
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 20 May 2010
 UCLA student, Lindsay Williams Soon to be college grad has a bright future ahead of herBy Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterWhen our children do well, it should be front news because they are overcoming ... read more >>
Craig Robinson Helped Elect a President
Written by Janet Alston Jackson (Contributing Writer) 13 May 2010
EXCLUSIVE TO THE SENTINELFor One Man Family Values Builds Lasting CharacterRobinson is the family's historian, the keeper of the family lore ... He is deeply respected, especially by the First Lady for ... read more >>
Nursing school scheduled to open for Fall semester
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 May 2010
 Dr. Gloria J. McNealA mobile clinic soon will be rolling daily across South Los Angeles, offering families without health insurance a chance to be screened for breast or prostrate cancer, tested for ... read more >>
Critical Program Faces the Chopping Block
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 May 2010
 Black Infant Health Program has helped thousands through the yearsBlack babies are dying at double, in some cases, triple the rate than any other ethnic group in this country. In addition, African ... read more >>
Congresswoman Richardson Announces Arts Winner
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 May 2010
Verbum Dei High School Senior Terrell Brim and Congresswoman Laura RichardsonCongresswoman Laura Richardson Announces 37th District Congressional Arts Competition WinnerCongresswoman Laura Richardson is ... read more >>
Making a Difference in the Lives of Others
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee 13 May 2010
Michelle Moore BellMaking a difference in the lives of others while giving back to the communityThe integrity and determination of Michelle Moore Bell has made tremendous strides and achievements in the ... read more >>
Panache Images Modeling Troupe
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 10 May 2010
PANACHE IMAGES MODELING TROUPE: (L-R) Marty McNeel, Triana Hill, Pat Johnson, Yolanda Taylor. Joyce Ferguson, EJ Lindsey, Beverly Nelson, Donna Hill, Doretta Quarles, Luanna Lawrence, Nichelle Norris and ... read more >>
Delta Kappa’s Xinos and Kudos Take All
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 May 2010
ALL SMILES: (l-r) Antwanette Williams – Treasurer, DaVonna Moore - Secretary, Monyia Singleton – President, and Kendra Singleton – Vice President. Delta Kappa’s Xinos and Kudos ... read more >>
Mother’s Day Recognized
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee 10 May 2010
Young girls giving hugs to their mom. Mother’s Day Recognized The 2nd Sunday in May is Mother's Day, a time when the Lady of the house gets unusual attention and is queen for a day.In most countries, ... read more >>
Graduation Seniors are Wearing Their Futures
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 May 2010
Frederick Douglass Academy High School seniors wear their new tie colors for their chosen universities after an early morning announcement ceremony in front of their parents and peers in Los Angeles, Calif., ... read more >>
Crenshaw High School Honored for Census Awareness
Written by Sentinel News Service 10 May 2010
Local officials, faculty and the Crenshaw Media Academy take pictures Left to Right: Dr. Robert Groves, U.S. Census Bureau Director, Pamela A. Bakewell, Chief Neighborhood Officer, Blair Taylor, Los Angeles ... read more >>
Fred Lee Frazier, Sr. Celebrating 100 Years
Written by Sentinel News Service 02 May 2010
Fred Lee Frazier, Sr. Fred Lee Frazier, Sr. Celebrating 100 Years Fred Lee Frazier Sr., a resident of Terrell, Texas celebrates his 100th birthday. Fred was born May 10, 1910 in a small community known ... read more >>
L.A. Autism Walk Raises 1.14 Million
Written by Sentinel News Service 02 May 2010
Celebrity Apprentice star and Actress Holly Robinson Peete signs copies of her book "Not My Boy" Saturday 4/24/2010 at the LA Autism Walk. Photos by Andrew Bernstein L.A. Autism Walk Raises 1.14 MillionWalk ... read more >>
DriveHealthy Campaign and CAP program clears the air
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 28 April 2010
DriveHealthy Campaign and CAP program clears the airThe Bureau of Automotive Repairs CAP program saves the earth and your wallet.By Brian W. CarterSentinel Staff WriterAccording to the World Health Organization, ... read more >>

 

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