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LOS ANGELES COUNTY ADVISES RESIDENTS ON HOW TO PREPARE FOR BACK-TO-BACK STORMS
January 20, 2017
A series of storms is sweeping through Los Angeles County, with the final and strongest one predicted to affect the area late Saturday night through Monday. The combined rainfall totals for all three storms could be 3.00-6.00” for coastal and valley areas, with up to 9.00” possible in some foothill and mountain areas. Potential impacts include flash flooding and debris flows for recent burn areas, rock and mudslides along canyon roads, urban and small stream flooding, significant travel delays, isolated power outages, and dangerous driving conditions. ... read more »
THANK YOU America by President Barack Obama
January 19, 2017
My fellow Americans, It’s a long-standing tradition for the sitting president of the United States to leave a parting letter in the Oval Office for the American elected to take his or her place. ... read more »
LA County Federation of Labor Celebrates Second Chances
January 19, 2017
The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor kicked off Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend by celebrating 20 graduates from a reentry workforce program at their annual MLK Breakfast on Saturday, Jan 14. ... read more »
Remember That Time President Obama Went To Roscoe’s?
January 19, 2017
On the campaign trail for re-election in 2011, President Obama made a pit stop for some chicken and waffles ... read more »
Michelle Obama Leaves Legacy of Strength, Advocacy, Accomplishment
January 19, 2017
She could simply be remembered as the United States’ first African American first lady and that would be sufficient. Except, Michelle Obama was so much more. ... read more »
Saluting the Greatness of Michelle Obama
January 19, 2017
One of Oprah Winfrey’s favorite sayings is “success is when preparation meets opportunity.” Over the last eight years, we’ve seen the living, breathing embodiment of that motto in our fabulous First Lady, Michelle Obama. Like a NBA baller who shines on the court, Michelle didn’t become the dynamic force we see today without a lot of training and hard work. Michelle prepared for the role of First Lady by first learning street smarts while growing up on the Southside of Chicago. She continued with an education at America’s best Ivy League Schools where she earned an undergraduate degree from Princeton, and a law degree from Harvard. ... read more »
Saying Goodbye to the Obamas is hard to do
January 19, 2017
And while the Obamas may have used the office of the presidency to change the world, the pressures of the outside world didn’t change them. The Obamas stayed true to their selves, true to their roots. They may have lived in the Whitehouse but they kept their black identity —whether it was Barack going falsetto to sing Al Green’s Let’s Stay Together, or Michelle dancing to Uptown Funk on Ellen. Without a doubt, the Obamas brought soul to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. ... read more »
Yes We Did: Obama Rallies All Americans in Farewell Speech
January 19, 2017
The president highlighted some historic achievements during his two-term tenure, noting that America is safer ... read more »
With Final Press Briefing of 2016, President Obama Reflects on his Record
January 19, 2017
Obama said that the Democratic Party has to work at the grassroots level and has to be present in all 50 states ... read more »
Obama and family visit many houses of worship
January 19, 2017
A pictorial review of some of the churches the Obama family visited during the past eight years. Then-Senator Barack Obama, Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia, and Rev. ... read more »
Barack, Michelle, and the Sports World
January 18, 2017
Barack and Michelle Obama recognized and honored athletes throughout the United States. ... read more / view gallery »
Michelle Obama loved fashion and the fashion world loved her
January 18, 2017
Mrs. Obama set the stage for her broad-based fashion choices with her first inauguration ... read more »
The Best of President Barack Obama
January 18, 2017
As we forge ahead, we look back at some of the highlights of the United States of America’s first African American president. ... read more / view gallery »
Obama, Spending Power Drives Consumer Confidence among Blacks
January 18, 2017
Despite a plethora of economic and social challenges, African-Americans remain among the most optimistic consumer groups in the nation’s economy. ... read more »
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