Clippers Off and Running

Redemption. Chemistry. Progress. Advancing past the second round. That was pretty much the theme of the Los Angeles Clippers Media Day. The Clippers have the right nucleus of players to take care of the chemistry part. With Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan forming the core of the team’s present and future, the Clippers […]

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Fighting A Disease With No Cure

Let’s play the imagination game. Imagine a world of severe headaches, brought on by coughing or sneezing. Now, imagine extreme pain in your neck and shoulders, trouble swallowing or speaking, becoming weak and numb in your arms or legs, losing balance and a host of other symptoms. Sounds awful don’t it? That is a just […]

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Will Injuries Derail Chargers?

Nick Hardwick. Gone. Danny Woodhead. Gone. Manti Te’o. Out indefinitely. Ryan Mathews. Sitting out a few weeks, perhaps up to a month. A promising season has now become an outpatient clinic for the San Diego Chargers. This is not what the Chargers envisioned for the 2014 NFL season. Four parts of the team’s ingredients to […]

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Court School to the Classroom

Bill Would Help Incarcerated Kids Stay Enrolled If there is one group of students with the most to gain from staying in school, it is those minors transitioning out of the juvenile justice system. Yet of the roughly 42,000 youth who attend California’s juvenile court schools each year, only 20 percent successfully reenroll within 30 […]

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Brentwood Imposes Their Will

Brentwood, Ca-A new test for the Brentwood Eagles (3-0) to assess the skill sets and speed against visiting McAuliffe (Kilpatrick) Mustangs (0-2). Even with the Mustangs team speed it wasn’t enough to overcome the strong arm quarterback for the Eagles senior Eli Stern in a 59-20 victory. Eagles coach had watched enough film to know […]

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Inglewood’s Real-life ‘Equalizer’

Denzel Washington may be “The Equalizer” in the expected Sony Pictures blockbuster film (Sept. 26), but there is a real-life hero operating under the radar somewhere nestled inside a suburb of Los Angeles helping people learn how to defend themselves. In “The Equalizer,” Washington’s character (Robert McCall) goes through a metamorphosis where he transforms from […]

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Passing the Musical Torch

“I love fashion and music so, I created an event where they could collide for a good cause, to say thanks to those who inspire them (artist) to keep going,” said executive producer Kiera Renee. Pass the Torch, the inaugural showcase where emerging musicians and designers shared one stage to pay their respects to those […]

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South Gate Punishes University

South Gate- The year of the University Wildcats (0-1) road show started off with a punishing defeat 48-14 at the hands of the South Gate Rams (2-0). LAUSD has schedule field renovation at University’s home field so this is first of 10 road games for the 2014 season. The game was delayed due to late […]

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