Jarrette Fellows, Jr. is Publisher and Editor of Compton Herald. He attended junior and senior high school in Compton, and is an alumnus of California State University, Los Angeles.
The race for public office in the City of Compton is off and running at a pivotal time in the City’s history
Some of the ‘ol' skool’ street dancers in the 1970s at joints like Mavericks Flat, Carolina West, Bahama Mamas, and Oskos in Los Angeles
POTUS bans certain elements of the media to limit their effectiveness; should the media muffle #45 in retaliation and ‘fade him to black?’
Politiscape 2017: Crowded race for Compton mayor with seven candidates prospecting for votes; all other races feature at least two hopefuls
COMPTON — With the
In less than a month as POTUS, Donald Trump has managed to ignite a series of political fires
Two weeks into his first term President