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Civil Rights Legend’s Daughter to Speak at CSUN

Donzaleigh Abernathy, the daughter of the late Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, co-founder of the civil rights movement, will speak on Wednesday, Feb. 25, as part of California State University, Northridge’s Black History Month celebration. Abernathy, an actress and author, will discuss “The American Civil Rights Movement, Selma and the Fight for the Right to Vote,” […]

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National Champion — Rafael Delgado Jr.

National Champion — Rafael Delgado Jr., 14, a Birmingham High student, proudly displays some of the championship belts he has won as an amateur boxer. The latest belt, draped around his shoulders, was earned at the National Silver Gloves Tournament in Independence, MO, when Delgado defeated Dominque Francis of Opa Locka, FL to win the […]

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City Council Challengers Refuse Candidates Forum

In the City of San Fernando, election season is more than “silly,” it can be downright vicious with hate filled accusations, nasty flyers illegally placed in mailboxes and those with past feuds coming back to town to hold clandestine meetings to plan out how to settle old scores. Unsuspecting, community  “newbies” are innocently caught in […]

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Speeding for My Sweetie

Speed Dating. Just the thought of meeting dozens of potential suitors in one night had me writing all sorts of one-liners in my head. I hadn’t dated in quite a few months, and as edgy as my exterior happens to be (years of standup, reporting, and teaching high school), my marshmallow soul was urging me […]