Friday, March 25, 2011

Funeral for rapper, Nate Dogg set, multiple events to follow

Rapper, Nate Dogg, who died on March 15 from the complications that occurred after multiple strokes, will be remembered in multiple Southern California events this weekend.

The funeral service is set for Saturday morning at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal and it will be open for all fans and friends to attend.

It has also been announced that a memorial benefit will also take place this weekend and will be hosted by DJ Quik.

For more details and information, visit the Lifeline Live web site today.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Billy Ray Cyrus calls off divorce from wife

Billy Ray Cyrus and wife, Tish, have announced that they have called off their divorce. The couple has been married for 17 years and filed for divorce late last year.

Cyrus said that the divorce was dropped so that he can get his family back together because they have finally begun to communicate effectively.

Cyrus also said that he is working to repair the damaged relationship with daughter, Miley. Cyrus has said that their relationship is almost back to where it used to be.

Friday, March 11, 2011

CSU San Marcos gets new basketball star

This week, officials from CSU San Marcos' women's basketball team announced that they have signed a new center. Danielle Cooper, a 6-foot tall student at Mount San Jacinto Community College, will soon be a Lady Cougar.

According to, Cooper has leading rebounding statistics of all centers in the state of California. She averages 13.4 rebounds per game, 16.6 points per game and 2.4 block per game.

Coach Jennum said of Cooper, "As good as she is now, she has only begun to tap into her potential. I hope our fans are ready to watch a phenomenal player."

Friday, March 4, 2011

California State University host events for Women's History Month

California State University is hosting many different events in order to celebrate Women's History Month beginning March 7.

The Women's Center on campus will be screening "On the Edge: The Femicide in Ciudad Juarez. The next day there will be a lecture given by a feminist of Cherokee descent, who is also an author that has published many books on feminism.

There will more movie screenings throughout the week and a Women's Wellness Workshop, which will focus on a person's sexuality in today's society.

For more information, visit the Examiner San Diego today.