LA confronts riots effects then and now

LOS ANGELES-As much as things change, some things remain the same. When you drive through South Los Angeles these days, some 25 years after the monstrous race-tinged eruption that shook the city and the nation to […]


SAG Awards: Behind the Scenes

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

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 […]


Ferguson’s Rage Comes to LA

LOS ANGELES-Three months and 14 days ago unarmed teen, Michael Brown Jr. was shot and killed by Officer Darren Wilson in the city of Ferguson, Mo. Three months and 14 days later, the grand jury […]


Doc Rivers Knows How to Overcome Adversity

Through all the ups and downs, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers remains cool, calm and collective.  On December 30th, the Clippers experienced one of their worst games thus far this season.  An atrocious (107-88) blowout […]


Human Trafficking: Not Just a Man’s Profit

With $32 Billion for Grabs Annually, More Women are  Profiting from the Subjugation of Children & Other Women As terrible as human trafficking is for each subjugated person throughout the world, Sharon Buchbinder says women […]