Tag: Los Angeles

Historic First: Kiesha Nix Becomes First Black Woman VP In Los Angeles Lakers History

NewsOne Featured Video While racial and gender diversity in sports leadership remains stagnant, there are several individuals who are using their career paths to challenge the status quo and change the narrative, including Kiesha Nix. According to Sports Illustrated, she was appointed to serve as vice president of charitable affairs for the Los Angeles Lakers […]

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Why Are Cities Hostile to Strollers?

Basic safety upgrades that would benefit all pedestrians, like setting sidewalks farther from the street and adding lighting, crosswalks, and signalized intersections, could make errands with toddlers and strollers safer and less of a hassle. “Daylighting”—which involves removing parking spots near crosswalks to increase visibility—would eliminate the need to poke strollers into streets when determining […]

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LA Wants To Ban iBuyers, Private Equity Firms From Profiting off Housing

Photo credit: Getty Images Amid a rapid arms race among high-tech corporations and private equity firms to buy up property and profit off a red-hot housing market, the Los Angeles City Council has voted to explore ways to ban such companies from purchasing single-family homes.  The council agreed on Friday to instruct the city legislative analyst […]

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Where Did All of Britney Spears’ Money Go?

Britney Spears performs with a snake draped over her shoulders at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards on September 6, 2001, in New York. (TIMOTHY A.CLARY / AFP via Getty Images) The conservatorship that’s controlled Britney Spears’ life for more than a decade may soon draw to a close and one big question hangs over […]

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White California Woman Accuses Southwest Airlines Of Racial Profiling After She Was Suspected Of Trafficking Her Biracial Daughter

NewsOne Featured Video Source: cnn / CNN If it were true that we now live in a post-racial America—which it isn’t—it would seem that the airline industry Hasn’t gotten the memo. Apparently, it’s still very difficult for family members to travel on planes if there’s a child involved and everyone isn’t of the exact same […]

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Tupac Shakur’s Life, Legacy And Artistry To Be Celebrated Through New Museum

NewsOne Featured Video The life, legacy and artistry of hip-hop giant Tupac Shakur will be immortalized through the creation of a museum in Los Angeles. According to Deadline, a vision the late rapper’s estate had for an exhibition about the music artist will be realized next year. The project—dubbed Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m […]

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Dave Grohl’s Daughter Violet Joined Legendary Punk Band X To Perform ‘Nausea’

Dave Grohl is a fan of bringing up the younger generation right along with him, and for the Foo Fighters frontman, that includes his own daughter as well. Aside from constantly putting a spotlight on 10-year-old percussion genius Nandi Bushell, Grohl recently collaborated with his daughter, Violet, when she sang backup vocals on Foo’s latest […]

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Kyle Lays Out His Perfect LA Date Night — Soundtracked By His New Single, ‘Sunday’

Last Friday, multi-hyphenate star KYLE dropped a video for his latest single ‘Sunday,’ which follows the singer through dreamy melon-toned visuals of Los Angeles set to a beat that samples Craig David’s “7 Days” and borrows the framing from the song’s chorus to tell a tale of the fleeting qualities of love in 2021. “Started […]

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Banning the Homeless Won’t Keep California From Burning

The day before the county’s encampment ban, a group of Topanga residents submitted a letter urging the board to “take action … to prevent camping fires and similar high-risk human behaviors, in order to protect our lives, homes, and community, including the homeless themselves.” Public comment submitted by concerned citizens in favor of the ban […]

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