There’s some potential “7-9 bullsh-t” happening with the Rams’ new stadium in Inglewood.Daniel Kaplan of SportsBusiness Journal reports that the Federal Aviation Administration has declined to issue permits for cranes needed to build the structure.
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Junipero Serra staff, faculty and students came together to celebrate the life of Dwan Hurt. Hurt was both the Dean of Discipline and the boys varsity head coach. He was 53. Serra hosted a prayer service Monday morning in the school gymnasium for students, friends and family. Serra opens their season against Inglewood High School, […]
By: Garrison Asma, Life+Arts Intern for the Los Angeles Loyolan The long-missed L.A. Rams begin their first season back in Los Angeles since their departure in 1994 and it has been quite a whirlwind finally making it to this point. Rumors, unofficial announcements and misinformation abounded. It was not until last January that the Rams […]
LOS ANGELES, CA,- Basketball legend Kobe Bryant and Omaze in partnership with Kobe’s foundation, After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles, and Positive Coaching Alliance, announced a new fundraising campaign to benefit these three causes personally selected by Kobe to support youth programs in the Los Angeles area.
Brunswick Bowling announces Inglewood, CA location coming in 2017! (Inglewood, CA) 2 Urban Girls received an email alert describing a new business heading to Inglewood, CA, along Century Blvd. It appears to be a bowling alley, tentatively called ‘Inglewood Lanes’. The announcement was shared on a community posting site by Brunswick Bowling & Billiards. It […]
Tuesday, January 12, 2016, history was made. The National Football League (NFL) owners voted 30-2 to return the Rams organization to the Los Angeles market, in a stadium that will be built in Inglewood, CA. Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke credited the leadership of the Inglewood city council, specifically Mayor James Butts, as being […]
Come out tonight and support the Inglewood High School basketball sports program. Midnight Madness begins at 8pm in the gym. Special coaches will be Inglewood High alumni, now Los Angeles Clipper, Paul Pierce and the Mayor of Inglewood, James Butts.