It’s Time for October Baseball

September 30 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles- The Los Angeles Dodgers has respectively concluded their 162nd regular season baseball game. But baseball isn’t officially over for the boys in blue; they earned a spot in the playoffs and will be taking their talents to Turner Field to face Atlanta in the National League Division series […]


Finding Love at the GBK Pre-Emmy Celebrity Gift Lounge

September 27 Dennis J. Freeman 18

HOLLYWOOD-The show always precede the hype. The hustle and bustle of the entertainment industry in Hollywood is full of people making relentless sales pitches for a star or a big-time power broker to take wind of their product. Entrepreneurship and capitalism are the rules of thumb that govern this populace. […]

Prep Spotlight

Prep Spotlight: Rancho Dominguez Prep Play the Line Game

September 27 Dennis J. Freeman 0

The CIF Los Angeles City Section’s football division is well-known for all of its high-profile athletic talent. That talent usually comprises of athletes making a name for themselves at skilled positions such as wide receiver, running or at defensive back. In short, speed kills. It also will help you get […]


Title Aspirations Elude Parker and Sparks Again

September 25 Dennis J. Freeman 0

The Los Angeles Sparks had a promising year. This WNBA season, which included Candace Parker winning her second valuable player award, was also thought to feature a deep run of the Sparks into the postseason. That hope ended eruptly when Brittney Griner, Diana Taurasi and the Phoenix Mercury knocked off […]

Monday's Meditation

The End to Domestic Violence Lies in Our Own Maternal Hands

September 24 News4usonline News 0

Guest Commentary by Rose Morgan in homage to October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month  Earlier this summer, I publicly came forward as the third woman sexually assaulted by San Diego Mayor Bob Filner. At the time, he was a United States Congressman, and Chairman of the Veteran’s Affairs Committee. Mr. […]


What’s In an MVP? Try the Sparks’ Candace Parker

September 22 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Whenever Candace Parker takes the floor against an opponent she usually has the advantage of being the best player out there. Parker has played dominant ball all season, edging her to the top of the list among most valuable player candidates. There are a lot of talented ballplayers in […]

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Prep Spotlight: Sea Hawks Gobble Up Centaurs

September 22 Jevone Moore 0

Defense was the name of the game at Culver City High School’s remodeled stadium Friday night. Culver City failed to protect their house in a 28-17 loss to Redondo Union. On the opening offensive series of this nonleague game, Culver City’s junior transfer quarterback Armani Rogers threw a pick to […]


Dodgers Win NL West and Earn Playoff Spot

September 20 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles— The Los Angeles Dodgers have confirmed a spot in the playoffs and are the National League West champions. They’re the first team to clinch a playoff berth in 2013. The boys in blue accomplished their goal in Phoenix, Arizona- after beating the Diamondbacks on Thursday 7-6. It’s still […]


Parker’s MVP Night Not Enough For Sparks

September 20 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-Candace Parker and the Los Angeles Sparks got off to a hot start in the first half of the team’s WNBA Western Conference playoff semifinal game against the Phoenix Mercury. Diana Taurasi and her teammates ended the contest hotter than a 4th of July barbecue. Taurasi scored 20 of […]

Monday's Meditation

Monday’s Meditation: Guns Gone Wild

September 16 Dennis J. Freeman 0

When will it end? Another mass shooting has taken place. This time instead of a schoolyard setting, the location of choice took place not too far from the White House when Aaron Alexis, a military contractor, went ballistic and shot up the Washington Navy Yard, mortally wounding at least 12 […]