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  • Pasadena Federal Credit Union To Unveil 90 Square Foot Mural To Celebrate 75 Years Serving the Community

    PASADENA, September 14, 2010—Pasadena Federal Credit Union, the official credit union for the Cities of Pasadena, San Gabriel, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena and over 100 local companies and organizations is celebrating it's 75th anniversary by unveiling ...
  • Pasadena Business Showcase and Networking Expo to Feature New Models from Local Auto Dealers

    The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Event Also Features Tastes From Local Restaurants and Caterers Pasadena, CA -- The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Business Showcase on Thursday, September 30, 2010, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.at the Pasadena Center at 300 ...
  • Celebrating its Eighth Season, the Music Center's World City Announces 2010-2011 Performances

    The Program Offers Free, Family-Friendly Entertainment at the Outdoor W.M Keck Amphitheatre at Walt Disney Concert Hall The Music Center of Los Angeles County celebrates the eighth season of the highly acclaimed World City performance series featuring ...
  • National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service to Honor Fallen Five California Firefighters

    EMMITSBURG, MD. – The 29th Annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service will honor three California firefighters who died in the line of duty in 2009 and two who died in the line of duty in previous years. They will be among the 80 firefighters...
  • Statement by President Obama on the Small Business Jobs Bill

    "Today's vote brings us one step closer to ending the months-long partisan blockade of a small business jobs bill that was written by both Democrats and Republicans. This is a bill that would cut taxes and help provide loans to millions of small business...
  • Why You Need a Home Inventory

    Would you be able to list all the contents of your home if you had to? Most people could not, which is why it's a good idea to put together a written home inventory. The California Society of CPAs (www.calcpa.org) explains whythis is a smart step and offe...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    The Best College Quarterback Ever? Last Saturday I decided to watch the game between Michigan and Notre Dame. Both teams have fallen on hard times, and each of them was trying to regain their Mojo. It was also a home game for the Irish, and perhaps due ...
  • FREE Tests & Screenings at the Third Annual Health Summit

    On Saturday, September 25, 2010 from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, the Third Annual Health Summit will be held at the Jackie Robinson Center located at 1020 N. Fair Oaks Blvd, Pasadena, CA. The event is focused on providing tests and screenings for a variety of ...
  • Guns, Bibles and Apple Pie!

    Guns, Bibles and Apple Pies are reminiscent of what America is all about. As a capitalist, Democratic nation, these three symbols reflect the heart of Americanism and its core ideas. The free spirited, rogue individualism that best captures the early Amer...
  • God’s Thoughts On Exercise

    1st Timothy 4:8 states that "Physical exercise has some value, but spiritual exercise is much more important, for it promises a reward in both this life and the next" (NLT). Many have looked at this passage of scripture and surmised that the apostle Paul ...
  • Calorie Accounting

    The next time I read or hear that we need 2000 - 3000 calories a day, and there's no need to count calories if you're eating a healthy diet, the more I want to scream – NOOOOO! I have yet to meet anyone who wouldn't gain weight eating that amount of ca...
  • Be Healthy at Any Age: September is Healthy Aging Month

    Unless you're looking forward to turning 21, getting older is almost always seen as a negative thing. But it doesn't have to be. September is Healthy Aging Month, and with these tips from the Federal Citizen Information Center, you can learn to stay safe ...
  • New Regulations On Career Schools Will Hurt African Americans

    The US Department of Education recently proposed a series of rules aimed at tightening regulatory oversight of career colleges. But the new standards, if enacted, are a classic example of the federal government doing more harm than good. In this case, man...
  • Ron Walters was a One-Man Civil Rights Movement

    Ronald Walters, the highly-respected political scientist who died last week of cancer at the age of 72, exemplified the true meaning of a public intellectual. To many, the term public intellectual regretfully has become synonymous with selfish private adv...
  • Families Must Discuss Death, Dying, and Incapacitation

    While death, dying, and incapacitation may not be a pleasant topic for discussion—it is necessary. We all agree that we will die. We buy life insurance, make Wills, and prepare Living Trusts because we are cognizant of death as being imminent. We buy di...
  • Jefferson Thomas and the Courage of Children

    "[Jefferson] Thomas was just a teenager when he became one of the first African-American students to enroll in Little Rock Central High School. Yet even at such a young age, he had the courage to risk his own safety, to defy a governor and a mob, and to w...
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  • Hillsides Children Visit Little Tokyo and Learn Japanese Culture

    Konnichiwa Little Tokyo, a volunteer lead effort in partnership with organizations and businesses in Little Tokyo, hosted a cultural enrichment outing for vulnerable children living at Hillsides, a Pasadena foster care children's charity. The day's activi...
  • Embattled Rwandan Leader Sworn-in

    Despite fierce criticism by rights groups and the foreign press for suppressing political opposition and freedom of speech, Rwandan President Paul Kagame was sworn-in for his final term in the company of more than a dozen African leaders and distinguished...
  • SMS Message Sparks Major Strike Against Price Hikes

    In another sign of the power of new technologies, a simple SMS message to cellphone users in Mozambique's capital city Maputo brought thousands of citizens to the streets to protest soaring cost of living increases. The anonymous SMS message read: "Mozam...

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