Columnists Opinion Religion Uncategorized

PASTOR’S CORNER: Path to salvation? honesty, integrity

“I swear! I swear on a stack of Bibles!” As youngsters, this is how many of us would seek to establish credibility about anything we might say. We were taught that the Bible was a holy, sacred book, not to be handled or referred to frivolously. I still believe that, and obviously the judicial system Read More…

Prep Sports Uncategorized

Washington Prep wins opener under new coach

LOS ANGELES — Short-handed Washington Prep rallied to defeat Santee, 32-21, in an L.A. City Section non-league opener Aug. 28 to make Larry Parker’s debut as head coach a successful one. Because of eligibility issues that are still pending, the visiting Generals had only 18 players suited up. “It was our 18 against their 60, Read More…

Columnists Mayor Eric Garcetti Opinion Uncategorized

COMMUNITY REPORT: High-speed Internet access is essential to all Angelenos

Internet access is a human right. And not just for tech nerds — for everyone. There was a time, not so long ago, when that was a controversial opinion. Smart phones were unimaginable to those of us who were wowed by beepers. We associated the Internet with a long, frustrating dial-up process. Computers seemed pretty Read More…