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Burke Family Continues the Legacy of Public Service, Passing the Torch to Christine Burke Adams   
May 24, 2018
Now, with 30 years of experience, two master’s degree in education from Pepperdine University and a doctorate degree in educational leadership for social justice from Loyola Marymount University, Burke Adams is ready to take the next step in her career.   ... read more »
Supv. Ridley-Thomas Pushes County to Publicize Contract Opportunities in Minority Publications
May 10, 2018
Recently, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors spearheaded a motion to create policy for placing classified advertisements to publicize the county’s contracting opportunities in local newspapers and weeklies.   ... read more »
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Wesson, Price, Harris-Dawson and Sentinel host LAPD Town Hall   
April 12, 2018
Community Gives Voice on Selection of LA’s Next Police Chief  ... read more »
Sen. Holly J. Mitchell Wants her Constituents to Thrive
December 21, 2017
The Sentinel caught up with Mitchell recently to talk about her role as a state senator, the challenges that come with overseeing a budget, and some of the new legislation going into effect January 1. ... read more »
#BlackMediaMatters: NABJ-LA Talks State of Black Media  
May 25, 2017
What is the current state of Black Media? ... read more »
William Scott named new San Francisco Police Chief: Big loss for City of L.A.
December 21, 2016
Scott takes a position as San Francisco’s police chief in about four weeks ... read more »
Angela Howard Brings Sentinel Pages to Life
March 31, 2016
When Angela Howard joined the Los Angeles Sentinel as an intern in 1986, creating a weekly newspaper required a multitude of skills. Fortunately, Howard was not only intelligent, creative and willing, but also a quick study who learned to mark-up copy, lay strips of type, take memorable photographs and manage circulation personnel. ... read more »
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Charlie Wilson, Forever Young
March 17, 2016
Singer and songwriter Charlie Wilson continues to stand the test of time. The living legend’s career is like a fine wine, it only to get better with age. His career spans over 30 years, dating back to the days in the funk trio Gap Band. Wilson first made his name with a string of hits including “Outstanding,” “You Dropped A Bomb On Me,” “Yearning For Your Love,” Early In The Morning” and All of My Love.” The Group retired in 2010. ... read more »
Harris Honors first Back on Track L.A. Participants
January 14, 2016
California Attorney General Kamala Harris revisited Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic January 5 Castaic January 5, to present 53 participants of the Back on Track Los Angeles anti-recidivism program with certificates of recognition. ... read more »
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