Sports--One Way to Get Ahead : STERLING FORBES LIBBY SLATE, Sterling Forbes Jr. has been a member of the Harlem
Globetrotters since 1988. A native of Los Angeles, he was raised in the Crenshaw district and played basketball for University High School. He graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1986. Forbes, 29, is following in his father's footsteps: The senior Forbes played for the Globetrotters from 1960-61. Forbes Jr. was interviewed by Libby Slate
Harlins, King and the Quest for Equal Justice Denise Harlins and Angela King, the aunts of Latasha Harlins,
the 15-year-old who was fatally shot in 1991 by Korean grocer Soon Ja Du at a South Los Angeles market, and Rodney G. King, the motorist whose beating by L.A. police that same year was captured on videotape, were guests Jan. 28 on "The Barbara Whitesides Show" on KFI-AM (640). Here are some excerpts from the call-in program:
WHO'LL-STOP-THE-RAIN-BOX : John Fogerty on His Bandmates: Why 'We Are Not Friends' Creedence Clearwater Revival leader John Fogerty submitted this
open letter to readers in response to last week's Pop Eye, in which former bandmates Doug Clifford and Stu Cook criticized him for refusing to let them join him in performing Creedence songs when the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Jan. 12.