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This Week in Black History

October 9, 1975 All-star outfielder Frank Robinson – whose later years were spent with the Los Angeles Dodgers and California Angels – is named manager...

Organization captures the art of preserving Fallen Fruit

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer Fallen Fruit is an L.A.-based art collaboration originally conceived by artists David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. The artwork they create...

CHEERS

Wave Staff Report Nine-year-old Christian Turner, a fourth grader at Baldwn Hills Elementary School, is one of 10 youth winners of OneUnited Bank’s 11th annual “I...

Galaxy unveil statue of Landon Donavan outside stadium

Wave Wire Service CARSON — Former LA Galaxy star 39-year-old Landon Donovan was honored by his former team Oct. 3 with a day of tributes,...

Hard to overlook Chargers after win over Raiders

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer It has been easy to overlook the Chargers since they moved here four years ago. At best, they are the third...

This Week in Black History

October 2, 1967 U.S. Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall – whose brilliant legal work led to the Brown vs. Board of Education decision outlawing segregation in...

Organization stresses need for artistic outlets

MAKING A DIFFERENCE By Darlene Donloe Contributing Writer LOS ANGELES — The art of craft has experienced a resurgence, especially during the pandemic. Almost overnight, people were caught...

Raiders, Chargers to see who has more local fans

SPORTS DIGEST By Don Wanlass Contributing Writer It will be interesting to watch the crowd at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood Oct. 4 when the Los Angeles Chargers...

This Week in Black History

September 27, 1950 Gwendolyn Brooks becomes the first African-American writer to win a Pulitzer Prize for her book of poetry, “Annie Allen,” a coming-of-age tale...

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