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Ninety-six years later on Saturday, May 8 at Los Angeles Valley College, the Pirates finally captured their first CIF-Los Angeles City Section championship in that sport, as they scored a team-high 392 points to outdistance themselves from runner-up Granada Hills Charter (273),…
San Pedro, Port Of Los Angeles and Mary Star Of The Sea High Schools all came in relatively young, fresh and full of potential, eager to show their opposition what they were capable of. All three schools combined to have just eight seniors on their respective rosters, while the…
For the first time since the pandemic, San Pedro, Port Of Los Angeles and Mary Star Of The Sea High Schools could finally participate in tournaments where they could play against other schools outside of their own respective CIF sections.
Stephanie Loredo, an advocate for education, sustainability, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), today announced her School Board candidacy for Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) in California. A Filipina American Progressive and a parent to two children in the school district, Stephanie aims to collaborate with community members in building a culture of care that empowers students, faculty, staff, and families to thrive in public schools. Her early endorsements include Culver City Mayor Daniel Lee, DSW, MSW; Culver City Council Member Alex Fisch, Esq.; Former Culver City Mayor Meghan Sahli-Wells; Culver City School Board Vice President Paula Amezola, MPH; Culver City School Board Member Kelly Kent, Ph.D.; and Culver City School Board Member Tashon McKeithan, Ed.D. Learn more about Stephanie at…Continue
Local radio host Najah Roberts, pictured at KBLA 1580, is all set for the 2nd Annual Digital Financial Revolution Tour (photo by Raven Keiara)
Native Angeleno Najah Roberts is no nonsense when it comes to being knowledgeable about what matters most in life. Roberts has a passion for empowering others, and she's very good at it. The new found media personality expanded her career to radio last year and currently hosts Ahead of The Crypto Curve on Tavis Smiley's KBLA 1580 weekdays 1-2pm PST.
Roberts father always cautioned her, "If everyone else is doing it, do the complete opposite," a message she has carried with her and she said has made all the difference in her success thus far.
So when an opportunity to join forces with famed actor and New York…Continue
On a sunny afternoon last Friday, May 6th, Freddy Puza led a group of twenty-four Culver City community members setting out from City Hall on bicycles, an outing planned by the City Council candidate for the first Friday of each month.
The mellow-paced First Fridays at Five ride began at 5pm, and rolled through Culver City for an hour before arriving at 6pm for a Happy Hour chat with the candidate at beloved local bookstore Village Well on Culver Boulevard.
Along the way, riders experienced the new MOVE Culver City bike lanes, and stopped for an ice cream social at Co-opportunity Market on Washington Boulevard. There were jokes, and friendly chatter, but also time for serious talk between the candidate and the voters-on-wheels.
HONOR PAC Political Affairs Committee became the first organization to give Freddy Puza its endorsement in his run for Culver City Council. Puza’s candidacy has already received an outpouring of individual endorsements from prominent local leaders, and dozens of Culver City community members.
“We are excited to promote your endorsement and mobilize our members and supporters!” wrote HONOR PAC Youth Board Member Robert L. Duarte, Jr. ”We expect that this will continue to be a long-standing relationship to champion the issues of importance to the Latinx LGBTQ communities and to fight for equity and justice for all.
HONOR PAC was founded in 2004 by a small group of Latinx LGBTQ+ men and women who believed in self-determination and action.…Continue