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What it do with LUE: Arie Vee, Nya BanXXX, and Yung Muusik

Nya BanXXX

Nya BanXXX

By Lue Dowdy

Arie Vee

Arie Vee

Female EMCEE, Nya BanXXX; R&B Singer, Yung Muusik; and Singer Arie Vee is WHAT IT DO this week Inland Empire.

LUE PRODUCTIONS is holding its very first B.B.W. MODEL COMPETITION/FASHION SHOW and FUNDRAISER this Saturday at the San Bernardino Women’s Club located at 501 N. E Street from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Come out and watch these amazing artists do what they do and that’s ENTERTAIN. For information on this EPIC EVENT highlighting BIG BEAUTIFUL WOMEN please visit LUE PRODUCTIONS Facebook page or text (909) 567-1000.

Tickets are just $20 bucks. Hope we see you there. Until next week L’z!


Remembering Rialto Councilmember Shawn O’Connell

By Naomi K. Bonman

As a Journalist and being able to interview people of all walks of life from celebrities to people in the community, my favorite stories and interviews are always from the locals; the people that you run into every day. In 2012, I interviewed Shawn O’Connell when he was running for Rialto City Council. He had a very gentle, sweet, and down to earth spirit. His love for the community was made him best fit to be a councilmember. The recent news of his passing was definitely a shock. Although, I only got to interact with him a couple times after the interview, he will definitely be remembered throughout the City of Rialto and in San Bernardino County.

In addition to his seat on Rialto’s council, O’Connell ran a patrol team and was a crisis negotiator for the SWAT team. He was Officer of the Year in 1998. He had never seen himself stepping into the world of politics, yet his mother who served on an East Coast school board instilled in him a passion for public service.

Memories of Childhood

Dr. Jean Peacock is pictured with a quilt from her grandmother Mrs. Ella Lee of Sulphur Springs, Texas. Her grandmother was 96 when she died in 1978. The Anthropology Museum at California State University, San Bernardino opened an exhibition this week called, “Re/Collect: Memories of Childhood.” Check out the museum at: “Re/Collect: Memories of Childhood, Curated by Dr. Arianna Huhn & student Assistant Curators,” anthro.csusb.edu/resources/anthropology_museum.htm.