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This Week in Black History

April 13, 1997 Orange County native Eldrick “Tiger” Woods shoots a record-breaking18-under-par, beating the second-place finisher by 12 strokes and becoming the youngest (age 21)...

Inner-City Arts helps students become creative

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer Collette Williams Alleyne, the chief education officer for Inner-City Arts, knows firsthand how important it is for a young...

Report says Tiger Woods was speeding prior to crash

By Ray Richardson Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — Tiger Woods is generating news at the Masters, even though golf’s biggest star is not competing in PGA’s...

Dodgers win five in a row after opening-day glitch

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer After a hiccup on opening day against the Colorado Rockies, the Dodgers have rolled off five straight wins and lead...

This Week in Black History

April 2, 1855 Longtime activist John Mercer Langston, an abolitionist, attorney and diplomat, is elected clerk of an Ohio township, becoming the nation’s first African-American...

Wooten youth center offers parental workshops

L.A. DIGEST Staff and Wire Reports SOUTH LOS ANGELES — The Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center is presenting a series of workshops designed to empower parents...

Black women are the focus of ongoing film festival

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer Movies helmed by Black women filmmakers are the focus of Black Hollywood Education and Resource Center’s (BHERC) 28th annual “Sistas...

Sports Council honors the best of 2020 with annual awards

Wave Wire Services LOS ANGELES — The year 2020 was a momentous one for Southland sports franchises, and the Los Angeles Sports Council honored those...

UCLA busts brackets on way to Final Four

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer All of you who had UCLA making it to the NCAA Final Four deserve no congratulations whatsoever, because you are...

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