Celebrating the Latinos de Hoy Awards

LOS ANGELES-The red carpet lit up. The gowns dropped the wow factor. The star power came in banging. The buzz was plentiful at the Latinos de Hoy Awards that took place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Oct. 11. This was a time to celebrate, a time to rejoice in the accomplishments of […]

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Expert talk paranormal activity

The upcoming release of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE GHOST DIMENSION opened in theaters nationwide Oct. 23. In advance of the film’s debut, a haunted press stunt took place at the Perry Mansion hosted by paranormal expert Christopher Chacon, on October 15. Chacon is a world-renowned Anomalist, Parapsychologist, and one of the world’s foremost authorities on the scientific exploration of paranormal, supernatural, and […]

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5 thoughts on the NBA season

So now that Major League Baseball is finally winding down and with the NFL finding itself in mid-stride, the NBA tips off its 2015-2016 season. There are plenty of uncertainty around the season. If, but and maybe is the narrative around the roundball this season. So here’s oour take on the new NBA season demonstrated […]

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‘Bond Girls’ treatment given to media

What would James Bond 007 be without the “Bond Girls?” Whether the women in the film play as an ally or an enemy of Bond, one thing we can all agree on is, they are all eye candy. In anticipation of the highly anticipated upcoming James Bond film, press were able to come get beautified […]

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Chargers running out of options

SAN DIEGO-The Oakland Raiders got their groove on early. The San Diego Chargers came to their own party late. The Silver and Black wound up going home with a smile on their faces. As for the Chargers, party-crashing when everyone else has left the building, will serve as a reminder to arrive on time on […]

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1985: The year Father Time was felled

With basketball season here, this year marks the 30-year anniversary of the most excellent stretch of hoops ever played. It occurred on the biggest stage evolved from Naismith’s game —the NBA finals — and in a spotlight that might have puddled lesser men in their own sweat. After showing all the road-wear of his career in […]

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Utes receives USC-style beatdown

LOS ANGELES-The Big, Bad Wolf just got taken down by the Three Little Pigs. Utah came riding into the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday to face USC as the Big, Bad Wolf of the Pac-12 Conference with its No. 3 ranking. They had taken down Michigan, beat the crap out of Oregon, and had […]

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UCLA ‘blackout’ pass-happy Bears

PASADENA, CA-For UCLA fans, the burning question in their minds when the Bruins took on Cal Thursday night at the Rose Bowl Thursday night, was which team was going to show up? Was it going to be the Bruins that whipped Virginia or was going to be the UCLA team that faltered on the road […]

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The dark side of college athletics

The Bible tells us that what is done in the dark will eventually come to light. With that being said, amateurism in college athletics have left the train station. Pimps and prostitution are now on board the choo-choo train. Innocence, integrity and moral values got off the platform a long time ago. Money, sex, booze, […]

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Arresting ‘Death Alley’ gun violence

LOS ANGELES-Following gun laws in South Los Angeles is not a priority. Survival is at the top of the agenda. If you live, work or go school within the  parameters of South Los Angeles’s “Death Alley,” going a day without gunfire raining out of the sky is probably like celebrating Christmas. More guns in this […]

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Philip Rivers is a man on fire

When you’re hot, you’re hot. Right now quarterback Philip Rivers is playing about as hot as a steaming pot of piped-brewed, caffeinated coffee. Any serious MVP discussion going around looks ridiculous without Rivers’ name in the mix. Without Rivers, the San Diego Chargers are a pedestrian team on offense. With Rivers running the show, the […]

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Athletes RISE up against racism

The nonprofit organization Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), launched a nationwide campaign to harness the unifying power of sport to advance race relations. Founded by Stephen M. Ross, majority owner of the Miami Dolphins and chairman and founder of Related Companies, RISE is supported by an unprecedented alliance across the sports community, including: […]

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‘Goosebumps’ is a frightening good time

“Goosebumps” is not what you might expect. Then again, it is what you might expect from the R. L. Stine bestselling book series that has now gone to the big screen (Oct. 16). There is one thing for sure that you count on from the Sony-back film and that is you must be prepared to […]

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Sarkisian left USC with no choice

Last year in his first season as head football coach at USC, Steve Sarkisian, according to an article published by ESPN, said that “honesty and integrity must be at the heart of our program” as the school dealt with the indefinite suspension of then senior Josh Shaw in regards to an incident involving the former […]

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Mike Vick show Chargers he’s not done

SAN DIEGO-This was probably Mike Vick’s greatest moment as a starting quarterback in the NFL. And he did it his way. Steeler Nation embrace it. Running back Le’Veon Bell may have officially saved the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ season with his last-second, one-yard run to down the San Diego Chargers, 24-20, at Qualcomm Stadium. But it was […]

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