• Inglewood Represents Unity, Diversity
    Willie Brown
    According to demographics (http://www.city-data.com), there are currently 49.7% Hispanics, and 42.8% African Americans living in Inglewood.  Whites comprise about 2.9% and 1.1% are Asian.  Other residents fall within the remaining 3.5%.
    I think as residents and business owners in this city, we can be equally as proud of our diversity and racial harmony as we are about the heightened interests of potential investors. 
    The reopening of the Fabulous Forum, the subsequent attraction of world renowned leaders and...
  • Ramón Ayala Gets Lots of Love in Inglewood
    By Veronica Mackey
    The City of Inglewood rolled out the red carpet Tuesday to honor legendary Mexican musician, composer, and songwriter Ramón Ayala.  The four-time Grammy Award winner will perform in concert one-night only, this Saturday July 26th, at the Fabulous Forum.
    Known for his Norteño and Conjunto musical compositions, Ayala is coined "King of the Accordion." He has recorded over 105 albums.
    A press conference was held outside the Forum to celebrate Ayala’s 50 years...
  • Voter Turnout at Lowest Point
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    Voter turnout has hit an all time low and election officials are at a loss over what to do about it.  A report released this week by the Center for the Study of the American Electorate showed Americans are staying away from the polls this election.  Midterm elections have lower turnout rates in general. But these numbers are still miserably low.
    “Of the nearly 123 million voters who were eligible to cast ballots in 25 statewide primaries for...
  • Let Me Upgrade You
    By Thomas Bunn
    Inglewood has become saturated with the buzz words, “on the move” “on the rise” “back” and others, and mostly in reference to the popular developments that have gained media attention. However, in our 9 square mile radius, lie lots of side streets and pockets of communities that also have benefitted from the great deal of reconstructive efforts taking place in our city.
    I cruised through the calm and cool Morningside Park area, where...
  • They Just Couldn’t Lose!
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    Team Inglewood Today won first place at the 20th Annual IAACC Golf Classic, Friday July 18, 2014, at the California Country Club.
    The tournament is a popular fundraiser, organized by the Inglewood/Airport Area Chamber of Commerce.  The winning team, led by Inglewood Today Publisher, Willie Brown, scored 59 points overall—3 points lower than their closest competitors.
    “I was part of the first Inglewood Chamber Golf Tournament 20 years ago,” Brown said.  “I wasn’t much of a golfer. ...
  • First Lady Keynotes Veterans Summit
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    First Lady Michelle Obama paid a visit to Los Angeles Wednesday to join Mayor Eric Garcetti, other government officials and business leaders to discuss ways to help local veterans.
    The United for Veterans Summit was organized by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles and partners, which include USC Price School, the Federal Reserve Bank and the City of Los Angeles.  About 20 percent of California’s veteran population lives in Los Angeles, and one in eight veterans who are...
  • Saving the Babies
    City Council
    By Veronica Mackey
    A team of young Inglewood residents and workers at Chuco’s Justice Center educated the public about the issues affecting youth at Tuesday’s meeting.  There were kudos all around for the center, which is changing lives. 
    Chuco’s has a continuation high school and a host of programs and services, including a free legal clinic, transportation assistance, counseling and assistance for ex-felons.  Kids come to the center with addictions, problems with the law, school, family, and...
  • Go Team Dream!
    By Veronica Mackey
    Congratulations are in order for the Inglewood-based Team Dream Basketball Academy, gold medal winners in the California Games.  The City of Inglewood honored the young champions July 16 at Rogers Park.  They presented Mayor James Butts with a medal.
    “We have a team of kids who never give up.  They play their hardest when it’s necessary,” said Assistant Coach Barry Hargress.
    The team, which practices at Rogers Park, and has been around for...
  • Katt Williams Allegedly Pepper-Sprays Motorist
    Inglewood police are investigating a possible assault with a deadly weapon involving actor and comedian Katt Williams.  According to TMZ, Williams was driving near LAX Tuesday night, when Glen Jackson pulled alongside and tried to snap a cell phone picture.
    Williams said Jackson was harassing him.  Jackson said Williams and a body guard allegedly got out of the star’s Rolls Royce, tried grabbing his phone, then pepper sprayed him.
    “Jackson says he stumbled out of the car,...
  • Fernandez Owes up to $256,000 According to Report
    New information about why former Centinela Valley Union High School Superintendent Jose Fernandez was so highly overpaid has begun to surface. 
    Fernandez is said to owe up to $256,000 to the school district for overpayment, according to the Daily Breeze.  In addition, Fernandez will also see a big reduction in the amount of money he can draw from his pension.
    A new report compiled by the Los Angeles County Office of Education and California Public Employees’ Retirement System was...
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