Sunday, April 23, 2017
“THE LOST TAPES: LA RIOTS” Recounts The Chaotic Days Following The Rodney King Verdict
April 21, 2017
Hour-long documentary premieres April 23 at 8 pm et/pt marking 25TH anniversary of The L.A. Uprising ... read more »
Her Dream Deferred: On the Status of Black Women
April 20, 2017
The series closed out with a panel of six women led by Dr. Crenshaw for a discussion about the devaluation of black women in media as performers, directors, editors and professors. ... read more »
Paul Elliott Creates Award-Winning loft & bear Vodka
April 20, 2017
Paul Ryan Elliott, 31, took on his dream and created his own Vodka distillery and brand. As the CEO and Founder of loft & bear Vodka, he has won 11 awards and now has his vodka in Whole Foods, Target and Vons. ... read more »
Houston’s Prima Ballerina Lauren Anderson hosts Annual ‘DADA On Pointe’ Masterclass and Talkback with Debbie Allen
April 20, 2017
If there any niches, new teaching techniques, new combinations or a new dance album, I will take them back with me. ... read more »
Black surfers introduce new generations to the California Coastline
April 20, 2017
Over the last five years, BSC has hosted at least 30 people every weekend through their completely volunteer program. ... read more »
West Basin Unveils Ocean Friendly Garden at Inglewood City Hall
April 19, 2017
To date, West Basin has completed 15 of its 16 planned OFGs throughout its 185 square mile service area. ... read more »
Bike Repair Shop Told to Leave USC  
April 19, 2017
Bike shop owner Aaron “Lil Bill” Flournoy is facing eviction from the USC campus. Flournoy owns a bike repair shop at USC called Lil Bill’s bike shop. ... read more »
Most of L.A. County Support Sanctuary City Idea
April 19, 2017
The sanctuary city question was one of dozens asked by the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles as part of its Forecast LA conference. ... read more »
Inglewood Rental Property Owners Association Holds Quarterly Meeting
April 19, 2017
Both Councilmen provided updates on issues in their respective Districts and entertained an extensive question and answer period that addressed concerns from the attendees. ... read more »
Santee High School Fashion Design Teacher Organizes Successful Fashion Show
April 19, 2017
Fashion Design Teacher Stormyweather Banks and students of Santee High School hosted their 11th annual fashion show to raise awareness during National Health Month. ... read more »
Mystery Patient Identified, Reunited with Family
April 19, 2017
An unidentified man who was hospitalized at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center for more than five months after being picked up by paramedics in South Los Angeles has been reunited with his family, thanks to media and public response to the Department of Health Services’ plea for help in identifying the patient. ... read more »
Many Anxious as Supreme Court Considers Pivotal Cases
April 19, 2017
African-Americans, Hispanics, Muslims the nation’s LGBT community and women are watching anxiously as the U.S. Supreme Court considers important cases with the addition of new, conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch. ... read more »
Yevette Patterson Passes at 53
April 19, 2017
Los Angeles resident Yevette Nadean Marshall Patterson passed away February 6 following a brief illness. She was 53 years old. ... read more »
At 117, Jamaican woman likely just became world’s oldest
April 19, 2017
Violet Brown spent much of her life cutting sugarcane in the fields around her home in western Jamaica. She attended church regularly, avoids pork and chicken and celebrated her 117th birthday last month. On Saturday April 15, she is believed to have become the world's oldest living person following the death of Emma Morano of Italy, born Nov. 29, 1899. ... read more »

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