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  • Obama Administration Approves Funds for California to Spur $1.7 Billion in New Small Business Lending, Help Create Jobs

    State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) Critical Component of Small Business Jobs Act President Obama Signed into Law in September WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced that it has approved California's plan for usin...
  • ACLU/SC Calls for Independent Investigation into Inmate Beating

    (Los Angeles)- The ACLU of Southern California (ACLU/SC) and the American Civil Liberties Union today called on the United States Attorney's Office to launch an independent criminal investigation into last month's brutal beating by two Los Angeles County ...
  • Final Regulations Will Strengthen 8(a) Business Development Program for Small Businesses

    WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration today published a package of final rules that will revise regulations to strengthen its 8(a) Business Development program to better ensure that the benefits flow to the intended recipients and help pre...
  • DoD Awards Grants to Minority Institutions

    The Department of Defense (DoD) announced today plans to award 52 grants totaling $45.7 million to minority institutions as part of the fiscal 2010 DoD Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions Program. The grants will enhanc...
  • SBA Launches Temporary Program for Commercial Real Estate Refinancing

    Agency Will Begin Accepting Refinancing Applications February 28 For Small Businesses Facing Maturing Mortgages, Balloon Payments WASHINGTON, D.C. – Small businesses facing maturity of commercial mortgages or balloon payments before December 31, 2012,...
  • How Are 3D Movies And Video Games Affecting Your Eyes?

    (StatePoint) Are all those 3D movies and video games affecting our family's eyes? America's love for the movies is no secret, and the record number of 3D films that hit movie theaters and Blu-ray players every month is helping satisfy our cinematic appet...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    The All-Star break could not have come at a better time for the Lakers. The team is weary, and they are not playing well right now. In Memphis, they became reacquainted with a former teammate, Kwame Brown. Nine years ago, he went directly from high school...
  • The White House Celebrates Black History Makers

    During Black History Month, the White House will feature African Americans from agencies throughout the Administration that contribute to the President's vision of winning the future. A recap of profiles are posted on the Black History Month blog, "Celeb...
  • Black History Month Events for the California African American Museum

    Saturday, February 19, 2011, 2:00 p.m. Shakespeare in Sable California African American Museum (CAAM) to host a workshop on Shakespearean characters of African descent, such as Othello and Titus, with dramatic readings and scholarly analysis by actor Harr...
  • Candidate's Forum

    Pasadena NAACP, Pasadena Star News, Robin's Woodfire BBQ & Grill, F & M Business Center, Crown City News and the North Lake Village Business Association invite you to attend a Candidate Forum featuring all candidates soliciting for a position on t...
  • Evelyn A. Bomar to be Honored

    Evelyn A. Bomar will be honored with a Certificate of Recognition by Senator Carol Liu's office for over thirty years of sevice to the Pasadena church community as former First Lady and widow of the late Bishop Onan Bomar of Lightouse Full Gospel Church. ...
  • Altadena Baptist Church Presents 27th Annual Black History Program

    Altadena Baptist Church will present their 27th annual African American History program on Sunday February 20th at 5:00 p.m. This year's theme is "Faith for Our Future" and the key note speaker is Dr. Donald K. Cheek. Dr. Cheek is a noted professor of S...
  • African Methodist Episcopal Church Celebrates Founder's Day

    Richard Allen was born on February 14, 1760 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, a slave to a Quaker lawyer, the Honorable Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from 1774-1777. Richard Allen, his parents and three other children were ...
  • A Word From God’s Original Athlete

    The apostle Paul is one of my favorite people in the bible because if he wasn't an athlete, then he sure thought and practiced his craft like one. Who but an athlete would choose to teach bible principle with phrases like "fight the good fight" and "finis...
  • Seeds From the Sower

    Some mountain climbers attempted to scale the Matterhorn. One narrow passage was dangerously steep. Just as they rounded a sharp curve an angry gust of wind swept down upon them. "Get down on your knees," cried the guide. "That's where you're safe." Wh...
  • I’m In Love!

    I tell my husband all the time that I really love my job! After a 22 year career as a corporate attorney, I began my estate planning practice in 2002. It is hard for me to believe that I have actually drafted or revised over 350 estate plans in the last d...
  • Thinking About Purchasing a Property Under a Short Sale Listing?

    Is it worth submitting offers on short sales? Am I over paying? What are the Advantages in purchasing a short sale versus a regular sale? Have you ever been tempted to write an offer for a Short Sale but heard horror stories? Some buyers will tell you ...
  • Dollars for Scholars

    Scholarship Funds for 2011 Bright Futures Scholars Graduates "Change" to make a change! The Quality of Life Center, Inc. is going around town dropping off "Dollars for Scholars" jars at establishments who are helping raise scholarship funds for the 2011...
  • Vertical Yoga (Or - The Perfect Weekend)

    Rocks, dirt, enlightenment and self-acceptance; that about sums up two glorious days spent in the spiritual vortex just two short hours from here – Joshua Tree National Park - as part of the Sierra Club Wilderness Training Course (WTC). (If you want to...
  • “The Elephant in the Room”

    I sympathize with the plight of African-Americans, who are being excluded from "the new prosperity" in Pasadena ('Will The Region's Prosperity Pass The Black Community?" February 10, 2011). But let's cut to the chase. No one will talk about the elephant...

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