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  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    BLAKE . . . BLAKE . . . BLAKE . . . BLAKE . . . The Warriors came to Los Angeles from Northern California. If you have not been up there recently, you cannot imagine how popular they are. That team just happens to have Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, th...
  • The State of Black Pasadena - 2014

    In this "Yes we Can" world, Black Pasadena looks great by one look at the cover and the positions of power held by Blacks in the city. In addition to the easily recognized department heads, there are those who are second and third in command in various im...
  • Portantino and Gundry Open Up to Muir’s MPYD Students

    Former Assemblymember Anthony Portantino and Pasadena Schools Superintendent Jon Gundry visited John Muir High School recently to exchange ideas with 30 members of Mentoring & Partnership for Youth Development (MPYD), a non-profit character developmen...
  • Four New & Novel Approaches to Guerilla Marketing

    Entrepreneur Emphasizes the Art of Advertising With the continuing evolution of media consumption, it has become increasingly challenging for an advertiser to both capture and hold an audience's attention, says advertising entrepreneur Patrick Walsh. "A...
  • Choosing a Hospital That’s Best for You

    Have you ever read a restaurant guide before picking a place for a special dinner? Or a consumer-advice magazine before buying a new car? Wouldn't it be great if there was a similar guide for looking up the quality of care at hospitals in your area? Wel...
  • Passive-Aggressive Behavior is in the Details

    The battle to manipulate a relationship comes in subtle forms and can be dubiously exercised by either and/or both partners. Subtle forms of manipulation may go unnoticed or it can the blatant. People usually choose methods standard to their gender. Women...
  • I Am On A Roll So Don’t Rock My Boat

    Have you ever had one of those weeks where everything went exactly as planned? Well, neither have I, except for last week. I do not know what was going on last week, all I know is everything went according to plan. My plan, that is. I was on a roll. In a...
  • Prenuptial Agreements as Part of Wedding Planning

    Wedding season is here! An important part of the planning that may be overlooked is the need for a written understanding between the parties as to how future legal issues between them are to be resolved. Premarital agreements (prenuptials) are becoming m...
  • Leave A Legacy

    Anyone who attended The Pasadena Journal's Women of Achievement Awards Breakfast earlier this month would tell you that it was very inspiring and special. Eight Women of God from our local churches were honored for their service to God, to their church an...
  • Tempted to Buy Social Media Followers?

    Why Less is More If you get spam emails, you've probably seen subject lines like this: "Buy followers for cheap!""Look more legit – Twitter followers $2.99 per 1,000" Boosting your following on social media for just a few bucks can be tempting. Popul...
  • Five Financial Risks to Consider in Retirement

    After a Lifetime of Climbing, Retirees Need to be Cautious on their Descent, Expert Warns Most people don't know that 80 percent of mountain-climbing accidents don't occur on the way to the summit – they happen on the way down, says financial expert an...
  • Opportunities for Success for African American Students at Pasadena City College

    Pasadena City College continues to advance opportunities for African American students. The college's Ujima Program is a learning pathway designed to enhance the experience of African American students through counseling, instruction, mentoring, and commu...
  • Black LAPD Captain Files Suit Against City

    A Black Los Angeles police captain is suing the city, alleging he was denied promotions because he did not conform with what he claims is Chief Charlie Beck's belief that all officers sent to Board of Rights hearings should be fired. Captain Byford (Pete...
  • Huh? Jury Rejects Evidence, Finds Physician Not Guilty of Causing Brain Damage

    Judy Peters went to a major hospital in Massachusetts to have a needle core biopsy procedure performed, but the 15-minute procedure took more than one hour . . . and she ended up with brain damage. And recently, a jury said her physician was "not guilty"....
  • Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center Recognizes Alcohol Awareness Month

    Kaiser Permanente Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Offers Tips for Parents of Teens Los Angeles, CA, April 18, 2014 — For Alcohol Awareness Month, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center's Department of Addiction Medicine is encouraging pare...
  • Get Ahead This Summer . . .

    . . . Bosco Tech Offers Summer Programs For Sixth Through Twelfth Graders Rosemead, CA – April 16, 2014 - Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech) will offer academic enrichment and review courses, as well as sports camps, to boys...
  • Covered California's Historic First Open Enrollment Finishes With Projections Exceeded

    Agents, Counselors, Community Organizations and County Workers Credited as Reason for High Enrollment in CaliforniaCovered California, Department of Health Care Services and Other Partners Help More Than 3 Million Californians Get Coverage Sacramento, CA...
  • Bicycle Riders to Fill Pasadena Streets for Eighth Annual Bike Week

    Pasadena, CA – The streets of Pasadena will be filled with bikers, walkers and runners on from May 11-17, when daily bicycle events tour the city as part of Pasadena's eighth annual Bike Week festivities. The Kaiser Permanente Ride, Roll and Stroll on ...
  • Women's Leadership & Networking Day Registration Deadline Extended!

    The registration deadline for this year's Women's Leadership and Networking Day has been extended to April 30th! Tickets prices will remain at $85 until then, and will raise to $95 after the deadline. The YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley invites you to join...
  • Should The Month Of April Be Met With Celebration or Dread?

    The Easter Message in Modern Historical Perspective Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. (45) Philip found Nathanael and said to him, "We have found him about whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus son of Joseph ...

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