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December 6, 2012 - Los Angeles Sentinel
Christmas Love
December 6, 2012
Mistletoe kisses with seasonal hugs The cheer in your voice helps everyone feel loved Family gatherings with suggestion of jovial décor  Long shopping lines and gifts to the poor Christmas Love Occurred dialogue with persons from your past Sneaking a taste of your favorite pie, ... read more »
Self-Cultivation and Struggle: Sacred Insights from the Ancestors
December 6, 2012
In a world in which we are compelled to wage relentless struggle against social forces of oppression, evil and injustice, it is good, indeed necessary, to pause and meditate on the internal struggle needed not only to strengthen ourselves for the external struggle, ... read more »
The Bridge: The Death of Marriage
December 6, 2012
I recently pulled out of a relationship panel discussion in which I was supposed to be the moderator. I watched it morph from a panel of Black men speaking into something else when two women were added as co-moderators. ... read more »
December 6, 2012
Blacks are staunch union loyalists but remain outsiders in organized labor. This persistent irony must be addressed if Blacks are to receive proper benefits from their respective unions–and in the broader perspective, ... read more »
2009 Crenshaw Championship Team vs. 2012 Narbonne Championship Team
December 6, 2012
Geno Hall was the City Section Player of the Year in 2009.  When he had the ball in his hands, defensive players were stumbling all over the place, ... read more »
Miller-Lawrence Medical & Dental Society honors a medial icon with 2012 Trailblazers Award
December 6, 2012
Dr. Ezra C. Davidson was honored with the 2012 Trailblazer Award.  Photo by Jason Lewis   Scholarship recipients with Krystal M. Neely, M.D. and Clifford A. Hancock, ... read more »
Tick Toks! Toks Olagundoye, “The Neighbors” Interview
December 6, 2012
Born in Lagos, Toks Olagundoye was raised not only in Nigeria but also in Switzerland and England. The exotic Nigerian-Norwegian beauty moved to the United States to attend Smith College where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts.    ... read more »
Dionne Warwick’s World Tour Heads to the States
December 6, 2012
The American pop legend discusses her international tour.   She may have walked on by the mysterious gentleman who broke her heart in the 1960’s ballad “Walk on By”, ... read more »
Estate Planning 101: Is a Gentle Nudge in Order?
December 6, 2012
Is a Gentle Nudge in Order?   The holiday season is here and with it comes special times with family and friends. It is a time for reflection on the year gone by and planning for the year ahead. ... read more »
Lydia Cincore Templeton, Esq., Advocate for Foster Youth, Honored
December 6, 2012
Selected In National Search by AOL and Simple® Skincare Products               Lydia Cincore Templeton, Esq., CEO of the Los Angeles-headquartered Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC), was one of six trailblazers around the country selected for making an extraordinary impact within her community.               ... read more »
It’s a Rap: Dr. Dre; Eve; Lil Wayne; Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose; Keyshia Cole
December 6, 2012
Dr. Dre  Tops ‘Em All   Veteran producer Dr. Dre topped Forbes‘ 2012 list of highest grossing musicians, the magazine.   According to Forbes, Dr. Dre raked in $100 million and many of the acts on the list earned their money outside of the music industry.   ... read more »
Reel TALK: Quvenzhané Wallis; Jamie Foxx and Samuel L. Jackson star in Django Unchained
December 6, 2012
Jamie Foxx Wallis could become the youngest Best Actress ever   Quvenzhané Wallis was a mere 5 years old when she was among 4,000 girls who auditioned for the role of Hushpuppy in ... ... read more »
John Legend sells sitcom based on his life
December 6, 2012
John Legend is taking his talents to the world of television comedy. The nine-time Grammy winning singer-songwriter has just sold an untitled sitcom based on his life.   ... read more »
Joe Jackson suffers stroke
December 6, 2012
Joe Jackson suffers stroke   A spokeswoman for Michael Jackson’s father says the musical family’s patriarch has suffered a mild stroke.   Angel Howansky says Joe Jackson went to a Las Vegas hospital late Wednesday night when he had trouble standing up and walking. ... read more »
Holly Mitchell to Chair Legislative Black Caucus
December 6, 2012
Assembly-woman Holly Mitchell    SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Holly Mitchell (D-Culver City), in only her second term in public office, has been elected Chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) by Caucus members for the 2013-2014 session. ... read more »

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