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Blacks, Latinos worship in changing neighborhood PDF Print E-mail
Written by RAQUEL MARIA DILLON   
Friday, 28 May 2010
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The black choir clapped and swayed, propelled by the organ's groove and drums' beat as gospel music filled the tiny New Life in Christ Church on Compton Avenue.

The rhythm came naturally, but when it was time to sing, the choir had to turn to sheet music to keep from stumbling over the Spanish lyrics.
 
The Lost and Found PDF Print E-mail
Written by THE REV. DR. R. JOAQUIN WILLIS   
Friday, 28 May 2010
rev-joaquin-willis_web.jpgThe hit TV show “Lost” is ending after six years.  Its spiritual and mystical plots revolved around island-stranded victims of a plane crash, many seeking salvation.   Viewers wonder: Was the doctor character symbolic of Jesus, and the doctor’s father symbolic of God? 

Millions watched and hosted “Lost” final-episode parties. My sister-in-law in Washington, D.C., was joined by her friend from Boston to share in the show’s final airing. 
 
TV's top chefs star in online university PDF Print E-mail
Written by MICHELLE LOCKE   
Friday, 28 May 2010
top-chef-university_web.jpgThe Associated Press

You've watched them whip up delectable dishes, and a soupcon of drama in the “Top Chef” kitchen. Now, stars of the hit Bravo TV series are ready to school their fans. Pack your knives and go... online.

Top Chef University.com, which formally launched last week, is designed to give users the experience of culinary school at their own pace, with 12 courses covering about 60 hours of content.
 
First Lady surprises designer with choice of gown PDF Print E-mail
Written by SAMANTHA CRITCHELL   
Friday, 28 May 2010
michelle-obama_web.jpgThe Associated Press

Michelle Obama stuck to some of her fashion favorites for the state dinner honoring Mexican President Felipe Calderon and his wife, Margarita Zavala: a one-shouldered silhouette, a belted waist, a bold color — and designer Peter Soronen.

This was the fourth time the first lady chose a gown by the New York-based Soronen, who has had his own label since 2000 but has largely flown under the fashion industry’s radar.
 
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