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Curmudgeon Corner - An Education Expert

Posted by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on November 16, 2014 at 8:54am 0 Comments

My Rooney thoughts for November 16, 2014

Just got done reading Ester Cepeda’s (Washington Post columnist) article proclaiming teachers need to be better educated.  Better educated?  What teachers might she talking about?  Teaching is a profession and just like all professions, you have those individuals who take their training serious and those that don’t have a clue.  When I was in college there were students who were serious minded students to the point of making one nauseated. …

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Mary Star High Football 2014 Gets Six All-SFL Selections

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 21, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Mary Star High football may have had its fair share of growing pains for the 2014 season, but the Stars had so many positives to build on from a 2-8 campaign.…

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POLA Softball Catcher Savana Ramirez Verbals To Indiana Tech

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 19, 2014 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Port Of Los Angeles High softball continues their good fortunes of breeding players bound for college with yet another verbal commit for the upcoming 2015 season.…

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SPHS Football Uses Tough Defense To Move On In LACS Playoffs

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 15, 2014 at 2:56am 0 Comments

Once you get into the CIF-Los Angeles City Section Division I playoffs, there's no easy road, as the San Pedro High football team can attest to that with five City titles in their resume.…

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MSHS Girls Volleyball Takes Charge In CIF-SS Playoff Opener

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 12, 2014 at 1:45am 0 Comments

The magical turnaround season continues for one more night.

Mary Star High girls volleyball used the middle portions of the first two sets,…

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Curmudgeon Corner - Simply Put ...

Posted by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on November 11, 2014 at 11:53am 0 Comments

My Rooney thoughts for November 11, 2014

Today, one hundred years ago, at the exact time of 1100hrs the Great War came to an end. It was thought to be a war that would end all wars.  It was a war in which men learned to use machines of destruction, to kill almost a whole generation of young men. It was only thought to be the war that would end all wars.  Simply put, it did not.

I think of that war from time to time.  I can’t begin to contemplate the ugliness of that war.  What…

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Allison Kittell & Tracy Folchi: SP Girls Volleyball Twin Towers

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 10, 2014 at 2:36pm 0 Comments

Going into the 2014 season, the San Pedro High girls volleyball team had a bevy of returning players but no particular hope of competing for a Marine League championship, but they had no idea what they were going to really get.…

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SP's Antonio Frazier Jr. Is Smooth Operator On Football Gridiron

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 10, 2014 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Whether it be patrolling the middle as a free safety on defense, being used in certain situations as a wide receiver on offense, or looking to create some electricity with a killer return on punts or kickoffs, San Pedro High football has their man in…

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Curmudgeon Corner - Not voting, Don't complain

Posted by Larry Momo aka Thomas W Irons on November 9, 2014 at 11:16am 0 Comments

My Rooney thoughts for November 9, 2014

The off-year elections of 2014 are over.  As everyone knows by now, the Republicans took control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate.  The reason for this is believed to be that only one-third of the eligible voters voted.  Where the heck was the voter trying to meet his house payment?  Where were the voters living below the poverty level?  Where was the voter that works three jobs to put food on the table?  You gotta vote folks,…

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POLA Girls Volleyball Is Crosstown League Champions Again

Posted by Jamaal Kellen Street on November 4, 2014 at 1:13am 0 Comments

It only seemed fitting that Port Of Los Angeles High girls volleyball would have to go through three sets of torture to get their third consecutive Crosstown League championship.…

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All politics are local in Echo Park - Neighborhood Council elections Sat. April 12

Take charge of your community and vote from 10:00am - 4:00pm Tomorrow
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Echo Park: Do you have a story for KPCC's new First Person series?

What does it take to lead a healthy life? How do we build a healthy community? We know we need good clinics and hospitals staffed by skilled professionals to keep us healthy and and treat us when we're not. But it takes a lot more than that. A healthy community has good schools, plentiful park space, healthy food options, minimal pollution, few or no gangs.

Sharing experiences is one way to build a healthier community.…

 

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The Arts District Puts Focus On Arts in the Street

The Arts District Puts Focus On Arts in the Street A dialog is taking place in the monthly meetings of the San Pedro Arts Culture and Entertainment group. The dialog centers on the funding and implementation of public art projects to move the group toward the next level of arts advocacy.  Read more

Millions of Untapped Dollars Available for Students

Millions of Untapped Dollars Available for Students Dear Friend, The Middle Class Scholarship was established to provide relief to tens of thousands of undergraduate students with family incomes up to $150,000. This financial aid will help California students pay for tuition and other mandatory student fees. In its first year of implementation, $107 million was […]

Residential No-Burn Alert Issued for Saturday

RESIDENTIAL NO-BURN ALERT ISSUED FOR ALL RESIDENTS OF LOS ANGELES AIR BASIN FOR SATURDAY Residents living in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area, Orange County and the Inland Empire are not permitted to burn wood in their fireplaces tomorrow, Saturday, November 15, 2014, due to elevated fine particulate levels predicted by the South Coast Air […]

HOW SHOULD L.A. PAY FOR SIDEWALK REPAIR? TELL THE CITY WHAT YOU THINK! Should property owners be required to pay to repair the sidewalks in front of their homes/offices? Should the city fund it? These and other questions are being asked by the Bureau of Street Services. Take the survey now- the deadline has been extended […]

Healthy Harbor Grants Round 4. HCBF is accepting applications for the fourth annual round of its highly competitive healthcare grant program. There’s still time to apply!  Applications are due by 4pm, Friday, December 5, 2014.  Click here for details.

RanchoParkOnline.com

Vote Today - Find Your Rancho Park Polling Place

Don't forget to vote today.

If you don't know the location of your polling place, you can look it up here.

Rancho Park's Pico Playhouse To Premiere "Adventures in Candyland" - A Play By Kids for All Ages to Enjoy

Saturday, November 1 marks the sold-out world premiere of "Adventures in Candyland", a  sugary saga written, performed and produced by a group of students from Overland Avenue Elementary School.

The delicious drama features friends on a journey, goblins up to no good, and royalty in peril.

The …

Eat at Pitfire Pizza on Westwood Blvd Thursday 10/23 Good Food for a Good Cause

Join us for a Night of Great Food, Friends, Family and Fundraising

 

Who: Everyone is welcome.

 

What: Support the  Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES is an LAUSD public middle and high school) while you and your family enjoy delicious artisan pizzas, fresh chopped salads made with locally grown ingredients, fantastic pasta and paninis!

When: 5:00 – 9:00 pm, Thursday, October 23. Arrive anytime…

The Book Truck at Children's Book World - Bring or Buy Books for Underserved Teens

Children's Book World Rancho Park's Children's Book World and The Book Truck are holding a teen book drive to reach readers all across Los Angeles. Stop by tomorrow to donate new or gently used books to this great cause.…

 
 
 

Call (323) 200-9052 to learn more or click here to send an email.

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Goodwill Collection Drive at Port of Los Angeles High School

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December 6, 2014 from 10am to 6pm
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Curmudgeon Corner - An Education Expert

My Rooney thoughts for November 16, 2014Just got done reading Ester Cepeda’s (Washington Post columnist) article proclaiming teachers need to be better educated.  Better educated?  What teachers might she talking about?  Teaching is a profession and just like all professions, you have those individuals who take their training serious and those that don’t have a clue.  When I was in college there were students who were serious minded students to the point of making one nauseated.  Others; not so…See More
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LA Galaxy share spirit of Thanksgiving in South Central Los Angeles

(Photos courtesy LA Galaxy) Galaxy players Jose Villarreal and Brian Perk (above) and LA Galaxy President Chris Klein were among those spreading Thanksgiving goodwill Wednesday at South Central LA nonprofit A Place Called Home. About 550 turkeys and grocery bags … Continue reading

Video: Galaxy’s Gyasi Zardes not sweating his lack of scoring in MLS playoffs

Gyasi Zardes hasn’t scored a goal for the Galaxy since recording his 16th of the regular season on Sept. 28. That covers a span of seven games, including the club’s three postseason outings. He may be only 23 years old, … Continue reading

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Good news: Zambezi Bazaar announces triumphant return to Leimert Park Village

 The sisters sent the following message: "We know you've been waiting a long time for us to come back, and it's been a long and dedicated journey.  Please join us and share this announcement with your neighborhood, friends and family.  We looking forward to continuing our relationship with our community."…

Metro to Close Crenshaw Boulevard for 30 days to excavate box for light rail Crenshaw/Expo underground station


Metro and Walsh/Shea Corridor Contractors tonight will close Crenshaw Boulevard, between Jefferson Boulevard and Coliseum Street, for 30 days to begin excavation of Crenshaw/Expo underground station for the Crenshaw/LAX light rail line.


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FILMS AT CAAM – BEHIND THE VEIL FEATURES FILMS HIGHLIGHTING A POLITICAL SCANDAL, NATIONAL CRISIS AND DREAMING WHILE BLACK

One of the California African American Museum’s (CAAM) signature programs is Films at CAAM, which screens mostly first run, thematically linked, award-winning and critically-acclaimed documentary films during the months of April, June, August, and November.  November's Films at CAAM presents its series Lifting the Veil, showcasing several films throughout the month that reveals the truth and aftermath of a political sandal, a national crisis beyond one company and…

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