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Charles Beauvoir

Charles Beauvoir (pictured left) is the project director for the Crenshaw/LAX transit project. He has 30 years of experience on major projects. He joined the Front Page to discuss the Century blvd. closure at aviation on the weekend of July 25-28. Jose Ubaldo (pictured right) is the Communications Manager Media
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Nigeria wraps up kidnap investigation with 200 girls still missing

Nigeria wrapped up its inquiry into the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls by militants on Friday with little progress to show, reporting almost none had been freed after the initial kidnapping some girls escaped from. Submitting the final report, Brigadier General Ibrahim Sabo said 219 girls remained at large,
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Dr. Rosie Milligan and Dr. Yoshado Lang

Dr. Rosie Milligan and Dr. Yoshado Lang joined us this morning on the Front Page to discuss dating and relationships in the 21st centry. Dr. Rosie Milligan Dr. Rosie Milligan, registered nurse, counselor, health consultant, author, and Ph.D. in businessadministration, has always been an achiever. Every career or business she’s
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Horace Silver, jazz innovator, dies at 85

Horace Silver, the innovative and prolific jazz pianist best known for such pieces as “Song for My Father” and “The Preacher,” has died. He was 85. Silver died Wednesday in New Rochelle, New York, according to a statement from his longtime label, Blue Note Records. …read more    
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Jasmyne Cannick, Ron Hasson, and Minnie Hadley-Hempstead

Jasmyne Cannick (born 22 October 1977) is an African-American civil rights activist and journalist. In 2005, Essence magazine named her one of 25 Women Shaping the World. She was quoted by the Chicago Sun-Times for her stance on the R. Kelly scandal.She frequently provides commentary on National Public Radio and
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Coach E and Trainees Miles Mason and Julian Jackson

Erich C. Nall AKA Coach E is Owner and Founder of Ultimate Transformations Training in Los Angeles. Erich, known fondly as Coach E, has been a prominent figure in the Los Angeles community throughout his life as an educator and promoter of health, physical fitness and self-improvement. Erich left corporate
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3 Calif. students charged with hate crime expelled

San Jose State University has expelled three students accused of bullying and tormenting their black roommate by putting a bike lock around his neck and calling him derogatory names. A fourth student has been put on probation for the rest of his college career if he returns, the San Jose
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