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Clippers Dial up the Pressure

January 24 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The later the NBA season gets the more coach Doc Rivers’ teams ramp up the defensive efforts and pump up the intensity. That’s just Rivers’ trademark as a coach. It’s not about how you […]


SAG Awards: Behind the Scenes

January 23 Thai Lee 0

With the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) vastly approaching, it takes a large production to plan, decorate and prepare for such a star-studded ceremony. Today, January 22, 2015, the SAG Awards unveiled the […]


Solidarity at Kingdom Day Parade

January 22 Thai Lee 0

LOS ANGELES-The city of Los Angeles united as one, at the 30th Annual Kingdom Day Parade. The parade took place Monday, January 19, 2015. It stretched from Vermont Ave to Crenshaw Blvd. It was set […]


Terrell Watson Shines in NFLPA Game

January 20 Jevone Moore 0

Carson, CA- Local small school running back Terrell Watson (33) from Azusa Pacific University steals the show and  wins NFLPA Collegiate Bowl MVP. On the big stage with a game full of NFL hopefuls competing […]


Super Win for Wilson, Seahawks

January 19 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Luck happens when preparation meets opportunity. That’s exactly what happened in the NFC Championship Game between the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers Sunday afternoon. First name Russell…last name Wilson…That’s about the only two words […]


MLK Celebrating the Dream Luncheon

January 18 Thai Lee 0

In South Los Angeles finding a hospital that would exceed your expectations is slim to none. South Los Angeles is one of the most underserved communities in the nation. To have a first class hospital […]


Too Much Buckeyes for Ducks

January 14 Dennis J. Freeman 0

Big and fast will defeat little and fast every day of the week. That synopsis is what happened in the first national championship game formulated by the newly created College Football Playoffs system. Big Ten […]


Tournament of Roses Glamour

January 5 Dennis J. Freeman 0

PASADENA, CA-It was cold. The early morning wind was brisk and uncompromising. Yet, all in all the 2015 Tournament of Roses went off without a glitch and featured some spectacular-looking floats. The Special Olympics with […]


Ezell Ford Supporters Keep up Vigil

January 5 Thai Lee 0

New Year’s Eve usually consists of celebrating, but in South Central, celebrating is the last thing on the to-do list. On 65th and Broadway, a group of protestors joined in solidarity for Ezell Ford. Ezell […]


Bruins Finish off Season Right

January 5 Dennis J. Freeman 0

If this was to be quarterback Brett Hundley’s last collegiate football game, at least the redshirt junior went out with a bang. A good bang at that. Hundley, considered the frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy […]

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Clippers Rounding into Form

Los Angeles – Clippers cruise past struggling Knicks 99-78 handing them their ninth straight loss on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at the Staples Center. J.J. Redick had the hot hand early in the game dropping 13 […]


Jameis Winston’s Mission

January 1 Dennis J. Freeman 0

LOS ANGELES-The smile is loose. The swagger of confidence is already in place. Now the only thing left to is for Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston to go out and strut his stuff. For the […]