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Deborah Flint leads transformation of New LAX
October 1, 2015
In the midst of vehicle traffic, thousands of passengers and hundreds of daily flights, Los Angeles International Airport is transforming into the new LAX. ... read more »
The Spiritual and Lyrical Instrument that is Rachelle Ferrell
September 30, 2015
If you ever have the opportunity to experience the live artistry of Rachelle Ferrell, run towards the light and goodness that is hallmark of a Ferrell performance. Making her first appearance at the Hyatt Regency Summer Concert series in Newport Beach (a fact which boggles the mind), Ferrell dazzled the crowd with her extraordinary vocal abilities and musicianship. But it was her soulful, self-penned, and eloquent lyrics that took center stage. ... read more »
Emmy wins for Viola Davis, Uzo Aduba and Regina King
September 23, 2015
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Long-standing barriers fell at Sunday’s Emmy Awards as Viola Davis became the first non-white actress to claim top drama series acting honors, ... read more »
Car Review: 2015 Lexus NX 300h
June 11, 2015
The 2015 Lexus NX 300h had sideview mirrors that dim automatically. (Courtesy photo) DETROIT – In the Lexus alphanumeric lexicon, any vehicle nameplate ending with a small “h” is a hybrid. ... read more »
Dr. Norman C. Francis a Life Committed to Educating OUR Children
June 11, 2015
(courtesy photo)  When you drive down the I-10 freeway in New Orleans, before you reach the Superdome, Canal Street, or the French Quarter you see beautiful buildings with the emerald green roofs.  ... read more »
Smarter More Sophisticated Policing a Must
June 4, 2015
Michelle Cook (Courtesy photo) Its hard to imagine that the images of unarmed African Americans in deadly or near- deadly encounters with police officers could be any more unnerving than those of a rash of cases that have gripped the nation over the last 12 months.  ... read more »
The Pioneering Chief Gilbert F. Ivey Retires from Metropolitan Water District after 40 years
May 28, 2015
(courtesy photo) Gilbert F. Ivey was an aimless 17-year Centennial High School teenager from Compton more than 43 years ago when he was appointed to a trainee position in the Metropolitan Water District’s Engineer Division. ... read more »
KELLI BERNARD L.A. Deputy Mayor of Economic Development
May 21, 2015
‘Driven to Succeed’ Deputy Mayor Kelli Bernard. (Valerie Goodloe)   Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s new regime represents a revolution at City Hall with vast innovations of technology in how to govern in the new millennium and a staff that is young, ... read more »
The New Movement
January 1, 2015
A protestor holds up a sign that reads, “This is Not a TV Show. The Living Black is The Walking Dead.” (Photo By: Nicole Williams) A new generation of activists emerge around the nation in response to killings of unarmed Black men “I can’t breathe! ... read more »
Borders Blurred by Racism in ICE Department
December 18, 2014
African American Agents report multiple cases of racism and sexual discrimination by Homeland Security Management.     At a roundtable discussion ICE agents reveal some of the toughest treatments they experienced in their departments. ... read more »
Kerry Washington: On the importance of arts in schools
December 18, 2014
Emmy nominated actress, Kerry Washington, star of the ABC hit series Scandal, recently visited Warren Lane Elementary School in Inglewood, CA. She is a member of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) which has a signature program entitled Turnaround Arts. ... read more »
The Open Wounds of Ferguson and NYPD
December 11, 2014
Protesters in New York participate in demonstrations holding signs rallying against a grand jury’s decision not to indict NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo for Garner’s death. (Associated Press)   Recent verdicts of the police related shootings have left the nation in the unknown about law enforcement   In the recent events of protests about police shootings in Ferguson, ... read more »
Pastor Touré Roberts
November 26, 2014
How has this man of God made church cool for millennials in the entertainment industry?  Touré Roberts is the founder of One Church International, one of the fastest growing churches in Los Angeles with a considerable portion of his congregation being young professionals in the entertainment industry. ... read more »
LAPD appoints Commander William Scott as Deputy Chief
November 20, 2014
(Commander William Scott hopes to take on his new position with a fresh approach.) LAPD’s Commander William Scott will soon take on the title of deputy chief for the Southwest division. ... read more »
Brotherhood Crusade Honors Cedric The Entertainer
November 13, 2014
Brotherhood Crusade President Charisse Bremond is joined by Award-winning actor, writer, producer and philanthropist Cedric The Entertainer and Brotherhood Crusade Chairman Danny J. Bakewell, Sr. at the 46th annual Brotherhood Crusade awards dinner on Nov. ... read more »
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