Monday's Meditation

The Drew League: More Than a Game

The  Drew League is a lot more than putting on  a host of basketball games. It is  a lot more than a summer basketball league that fills the stands with curious-seeking fans while NBA players and local ballers perfect their hoops skills. The Drew League was created and is an […]


Drew League Action Revs Up

LOS ANGELES-Monster jams. Clutch 3-point shooting. Players diving for loose balls. Yes, the action at the Drew League is heating up. As Nelly would say, “it’s getting hot in here.”  Sunday’s lineup at the Drew League, which is sponsored by Nike,  illustrated this point. Shooting guard/small forward Nick Young, who […]


UCLA Leads the Way

The Pac-12 Conference has a lot to smile about these days. With its kickoff of the football season underway through its media day invasion on Paramount Pictures Studios, fittingly the Pac-12 Conference has arguably two of the best quarterbacks (possibly three) in the country. Oregon signal-caller Marcus Mariota ruled the […]


Pac-12 Media Day Football Kickoff

HOLLYWOOD,CA-The Pac-12 Media Day was packed and lined up with media members going through the hustle and bustle of the first official of fall football. The dog days of summer are over now that college football has kicked off the season with its coaches and players going through the media […]

Monday's Meditation

Abortion, The Real “War On Women”

By Tricia Erickson I am so sick and tired, yes, sick and tired, of hearing about the “War On Women” while women fill abortionist’s offices to terminate the life of their own female (and male) babies. The left has labeled those who are against the act of abortion as “warring” against women” […]


J. R.’s Ride to the Drew League

LOS ANGELES, CA-Leave it up to J.R. New York Knicks guard J. R. Smith brings an edge to his game that one can’t quite measure where it’s coming from. That’s a good thing. That edge has enabled Smith to become one of the top sharpshooters in the NBA. It is […]


Talons Squeeze The Playoffs Away

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ANAHEIM, CA-The LA KISS had a little bit of playoff life left before the San Antonio Talons squeezed the air from them in a 72-65 loss. After spotting the Talons 28 points in first half, the KISS needed some magic to pull off a win. But there was not enough […]


Clippers’ Spirit Tryout all Energy

REDONDO BEACH, CA-The Los Angeles Clippers have been one of the hottest tickets to catch NBA action for the past few seasons. With Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan becoming must-see TV, the Los Angeles Clippers Dance Team has picked up quite a few eyebrows as well. What used […]


Chargers Champions for School

Chargers Executive Vice President-CEO A.G. Spanos and defensive endCorey Liuget were on hand to help Wangenheim Middle School unveil a new weight room, courtesy of a $40,000 grant awarded by the Chargers Champions program. Following the unveiling, Liuget demonstrated exercises and provided safety tips to the students. Chargers Champions, a program of the […]


Otis Redding Gets Gibson Tribute

The King of Soul, Otis Redding, was honored July 15 with a Gibson Art Guitar on The Sunset Strip at the Whisky A Go-Go.  His son, producer, musician and recording artist OTIS REDDING III autographed the nearly 10-foot tall Gibson Guitar along with artist RAPHAEL SAADIQ and then performed acoustically “I’ve Got Dreams […]


Laker Girls Audition a Rich Showcase

EL SEGUNDO, CA-Being a Laker Girl means a lot of things. it means prestige. It means Hollywood, glitz and glamour. It is reflective of the community commitment the team has for its outreach. It also means being part of the one of the most prestigious sports organizations on the planet! […]


Chargers to Watch in 2014

It’s about that time of year again. Actually, it is that time again. Football, not the World Cup, rule the pulse of the sports world in this neck of the global community. The NFL and its fans are rearing to get the 2014 party started. That means tailgate parties, hard […]