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Now everybody will soon be calling Inglewood home

Terrel Emerson
November 17, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

January 12, 2016 will forever be a date that is remembered by Los Angeles natives all across the city. It may even extend to all of Southern California. This was when the St. Louis Rams were approved to move to Los Angeles after a 30-2 vote by the National Football League owners. Because many people... Read more »

Mo’ Fashion: Hues of Pink take over Fall

Mo’ Fashion: Hues of Pink take over Fall

Monique Nethington
November 2, 2016
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Columns

When we think fall we think of dark, earthy tones.You see different shades of burgundy, green, brown and gold. All this usually transfers over into the beauty department. The eyes get a little smokier and lips get a little bit darker. This look always exudes a sexiness and bit of mystery to any womenR... Read more »

The LA Sparks must be recognized for their accomplishments

Terrel Emerson
October 31, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

#RespectTheSparksHow is it possible that the excitement of the Los Angeles Sparks winning their third WNBA title in team history has come and gone already?Or is it that there was never any real excitement?Regardless of the answer, the issue still remains that this Sparks team isn't receiving the resp... Read more »

The Envelope – Michelle Obama’s angina monologue

Benjamin Garcia
October 26, 2016
Filed under Columns, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

Michelle Obama submitted to the political elite when she spoke at a Hillary Clinton rally on Thursday, Oct. 13 in New Hampshire; which stirred thousands and gave me a migraine.It was a good show that Michelle Obama put on; how she crossed her hand over her heart to show how affected she was by the word... Read more »

Prescott needs to keep the keys to the Dallas offense

Terrel Emerson
October 24, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

With the Dallas Cowboys sitting on atop of the NFC East with a 5-1 record and just coming off of a bye week, I don't even understand why this is even a topic of discussion.Well, here goes nothing.The Cowboys would be idiotic to start Tony Romo over Dak Prescott when he returns from injury.I don't care if he's 100 ... Read more »

The Envelope, a podcast: Love & Sex -The art of the break-up (In Conclusion)

Benjamin Garcia, Jenny Gonzalez, Monyca Cedillo, Monique Nethington, and Chantal Romero
October 21, 2016
Filed under Audio, Audio-Podcasts, Columns, Multimedia, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

Monique Nethington: We're here on The Envelope with (multimedia editor and columnist) Benji Garcia and Jenny Gonzalez (opinion editor) and my name is Monique Nethington (sports editor); and I'm the girl that you see in all the pictures for The Envelope-Jenny Gonzalez: The gorgeous girl- Monique Nethington: Wearing the same green jack... Read more »

Mo fashion: Fall 2016 plaid outfit tips

Mo fashion: Fall 2016 plaid outfit tips

Monique Nethington
October 20, 2016
Filed under Arts, Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Showcase

Plaid is the American and Canadian name for the Scottish tartan patterns that literally dominated so many of the collections presented on the runway. It’s a perfect trend for fall. This awesome print is a casual, easy way to spice up your wardrobe. Button-ups are definitely not the only clothing item... Read more »

Criticizing Kershaw’s postseason struggles is unfair

Terrel Emerson
October 18, 2016
Filed under Chatterbox Corner, Columns, Sports

For how many years have people stated that Clayton Kershaw could not pitch in the postseason? Yet, the Los Angeles Dodgers are locked in a National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs. Furthermore, three games started Kershaw 2-0 with a 3.72 earned run average. Oh and by the way he... Read more »

The Envelope, a podcast: Love & Sex – The art of winning the break-up

Leslie Castaneda, Benjamin Garcia, Monique Nethington, and Jenny Gonzalez
October 18, 2016
Filed under Audio, Audio-Podcasts, Columns, Love & Sex, Multimedia, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

Monique Nethington: We're here on The Envelope with (multimedia editor and columnist) Benji Garcia and Jenny Gonzalez (opinion editor) and my name is Monique Nethington (sports editor); and I'm the girl that you see in all the pictures for The Envelope, wearing the same green jacket all the time-Benjamin Garcia: Sunglasses-Mo... Read more »

The Envelope: Love & Sex – The art of the first date

Benjamin Garcia
October 17, 2016
Filed under Columns, Love & Sex, Opinion, Opinions, The Envelope

1. DO NOT BRING UP YOUR EXThis is the most important strategy, that's why it's listed first. No matter how relevant it is to a conversation, bringing up the person who you regularly had sex with and exchanged "I love you's" is odd. It makes the situation awkward and it will make the other person unc... Read more »

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