Texas Worker Who May Have Handled Ebola Samples Quarantined in Belize

Texas Worker Who May Have Handled Ebola Samples Quarantined in Belize

(CNN) -- A Texas hospital health worker who may have handled Thomas Eric Duncan's fluid samples has been quarantined on a cruise ship… Read more

My Friend Harold

My Friend Harold

On Friday, folks from L.A to Louisiana will say goodbye to Harold Hambrick, President of the Los Angeles Black Business Expo (LABBX). He… Read more

Harold Hambrick Passes at 71

Harold Hambrick Passes at 71

“Harold Hambrick, Jr., Community Treasure.” This is just one of the phrases used to describe the remarkable man widely known for the Los… Read more

City Of Inglewood Named “Host Town” for 2015 Special Olympics

City Of Inglewood Named “Host Town” for 2015 Special Olympics

The “City of Champions” will welcome a very special group of Olympians next summer when the 2015 Special Olympics World Games come to… Read more

Education
IUSD Plans Banquet Honoring Girls Basketball
07-31-2014

  Members of the Inglewood High School Girls Basketball Team were honored Wednesday with a banquet to celebrate their winning season.  The Sentinel

City Honors to Open School Year in New Location
07-31-2014

Inglewood Unified’s City Honors College Preparatory Academy will open this fall on the nearby campus of Crozier Middle, providing students in 9th th

Has State Takeover of IUSD Worked?
07-10-2014

By Kiara Harris - California Black Media   In Inglewood, a growing number of residents are raising deep concern about state control of local school

Politics
Hilary Clinton: She's Running, She's Running Not
09-25-2014

Hilary Clinton wants to be president.  That’s obvious.  So, why doesn’t she say so?    She and husband Bill Clinton were in Iowa Sept. 14 fo

State Senator Rod Wright Sentenced to 90 Days In Prison!
09-12-2014

    Via: Los Angeles Times   Democratic state Sen. Roderick D. Wright, convicted earlier this year on felony perjury and voting fraud charges,

First Civil Rights Lawsuits filed in Ferguson
08-22-2014

By Veronica Mackey     What began as uproar over the murder of a Missouri teen has become a breeding ground for civil rights violations as well.

Thomas Bunn
07-10-2014
As a writer, producer, and film director, it brings me great pleasure to see a workshop come to the community that educates individuals on cinematic expression.    The City of Inglewood has recently partnered with the world renowned Los Angeles Contemporary Arts Museum to curate a fun-filled series of workshops, screenings, and lectures, dedicated to the art of moving images. The w
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2 Urban Girls
07-16-2014
The City of Inglewood is also known as the “City of Champions”.  Many basketball greats can call Inglewood home, including Tremaine Fowlkes, Byron Scott and Reggie Theus, to name a few.  I grew up around the corner from Paul Pierce and Lisa Leslie.  It was during a Morningside High School basketball game where Lisa scored 100 points, by herself, against Mira Costa that sent the
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Thomas Bunn
07-16-2014
We have an establishment in our back yard that has stepped up to the call of being committed servants of the community.  It is a business that demonstrates commitment with an event that treats young women like the queens they are.  Spa 313, located at 313 N. La Brea Ave., here in the  City of Inglewood, and owner David Rice, have developed a fantastic event that revolves around the s
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Entertainment
Are You Feelin’ Blackish?
10-16-2014

The new ABC comedy, “Blackish,” starring Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Laurence Fishburne premiered September 24th to mixed reviews.

What Raven Really Meant
10-09-2014

On Sunday night (October 5) Raven-Symone was interviewed by Oprah for a special titled, "Where Are They Now?" which debuted on the Oprah Winfrey Netwo

Frankie Beverly and Maze: ‘Grown Folks’ Music
09-25-2014

With the exception of some old-souled young artists like Alicia Keys, finding grown folks music is pretty much limited to old CDs and old school radio

Community
Turning The Corner
10-16-2014

The economic recession is said to be nothing more now than a moment in American history. As Americans pick up the pieces of the homes they’ve lost,

25 Bikes for 25 Kids
10-09-2014

This past Friday, the Inglewood Salvation Army opened its doors to an influx of jubilant children eager to get their hands on their very own bikes.

Traffic Congestion—Signs of Progress
10-09-2014

Street construction and the future of the old Daniel Freeman Hospital site were the main topics discussed at Tuesday’s council meeting.  Resident L

Should Inglewood Have An NFL Team? If So, Which One?

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