Author: 2UrbanGirls

2UrbanGirls has been cited in Daily Breeze, Daily News, Inglewood Today, Intersections South LA, KCRW, KPCC, Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, LA Watts Times, Mercury News, New York Times, Orange County Register, Sports Illustrated, The Atlantic, and Washington Post. 2UrbanGirls also has a recurring column, South of the 10, on CityWatchLA, and is a recurring contributor to the Los Angeles Wave newspaper.

Gentrification concentrated in areas long plagued with gang problems. LOS ANGELES – Bloomberg recently released an explosive expose about the behind the scenes action of the connection between a local liquor store, a real estate developer, and city attorney’s office that appear to be attached to the rapid gentrification of…

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INGLEWOOD – A small group of influential business owners staged a multi-person protest in front of City Hall today. They are asking Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts to bring back Senior Lead Officers and the Community Affairs section. They held signs that said “you promised but haven’t delivered” and “the…

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The campaign to re-elect Sheriff Alex Villanueva today was officially endorsed by police organizations ALADS and LAAPOA. ALADS Board of Directors formally announced the endorsement of incumbent Sheriff Alex Villanueva. In a statement released by ALADS, “The Board’s consideration was heavily influenced by the members’ input which we believe was largely driven by…

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‘Main Street Electrical Parade’ and ‘Disneyland Forever’ fireworks spectacular dazzle Disneyland Park guests for a limited timeNew grand finale for ‘Main Street Electrical Parade’ celebrates 50 years of togetherness, continuing the enchantment for a new generation‘World of Color’ brings animation to life at Disney California Adventure Park ANAHEIM – Marking…

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INGLEWOOD – The mayor of Inglewood boldly proclaimed Warren Lane Elementary School will remain open for another year during a Town Hall meeting for District 1 Councilman George Dotson. We have reached out to the district for official confirmation since Dr. Erika Torres wasn’t present at the meeting held April…

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INGLEWOOD – Another former city of Inglewood employee has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the City claiming she was fired after requesting accommodations to deal with alcoholism. Stephanie Mouton was employed by the City for 15 years. At the time of her dismissal, she worked in the city’s Human…

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