Monthly Archives: September 2013

Gang injunction granted in Echo Park

Post Image

The LA Times is reporting a Los Angeles County court granted a permanent injunction Thursday against six gangs in Echo Park and its surrounding neighborhoods, according to the city attorney’s office.  The City of Inglewood is in court on October 23rd to hear if their injunction will be granted.  Are the gangs in question represented by […]

Jay Z the environmentalist

Post Image

Jay Z and Will Smith have teamed up to make a remake of the 1982 classic, Annie.  Oscar nominated Quvenzhane Wallis will play Annie with Jamie Foxx playing Daddy Warbucks and Cameron Diaz as the sinister Miss Hannigan.

Lynn Dymally appointed to Water Replenishment District board

Post Image

The LA Times is reporting on City Councilman for the 9th District of Los Angeles, Curren Price Jr. hiring Rob Katherman to his staff.  Katherman is currently the president of the Water Replenishment District, who recently appointed Lynn Dymally to the board.

Daughter of revered politician appointed to the Water Replenishment District

Post Image

The Dymally name is well-known throughout the African-American community due to the stellar political career of Mervyn “Merv” Dymally.  His daughter Lynn Dymally was recently appointed to the Water Replenishment District. Was Lynn’s appointment a political “favor”?  According to last weeks Soulvine, yes it was.  Price was quoted:

What’s up with Hollywood Park Tomorrow

Post Image

The City of Inglewood has played with the emotions of Inglewood residents for the last decade, well make that two.  Let’s go through the list of things, city officials got us all excited about, as it relates to the economic development and prosperity of Inglewood, and it always seems to fall through.  A recent article caused […]


New Rule: Campaigns must say when they pay for Web posts

Post Image

SACRAMENTO — The state campaign watchdog agency acted last Thursday to require political campaigns to report when they pay people to post favorable or unfavorable content on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media sites.

Gardena assemblyman looks out for cyclists

Post Image

Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, put forth legislation intended to better protect cyclists from aggressive drivers, stating that if drivers cannot leave a cushion of three feet, they must slow down and pass only when it would not endanger the cyclist’s safety.

Copyright © 2011 - 2018 Urban Girl Media All Rights Reserved.