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  • Give Your Home An Inexpensive Facelift

    (StatePoint) If you're a homeowner looking for inexpensive ways to freshen your home or smart tweaks to prepare it for sale, looks can be everything. Landscaping and curb appeal play major roles in making your house stand out and can help home sell quickl...
  • Tips For Retiring In An Uncertain Economy

    (StatePoint) With the dust finally settling around the nation's economic crisis, baby boomers are taking stock to see if their retirement plans need revising. There are many ways to adjust to today's economic uncertainty: from working longer to changing...
  • Get On Your Game: A Guide to Hosting a Great Tailgating Party

    (ARA) - Sporting events provide fans with an excuse to bond with friends over food, drink and their favorite teams. Jake Dickson, artisanal meat purveyor and owner of Dickson's Farmstand Meats in New York City's Chelsea Market, shares some easy tips for a...
  • More Women Entering Math and Science Careers

    (ARA) - Millions of jobs will become available in science-, technology-, engineering- and math-related (STEM) fields by 2018, yet the next generation of employees in America will be unprepared and unqualified to take advantage of these positions. Accordin...
  • Medical and Health Interests Merge Into Great Career Opportunities

    (ARA) - If you've ever considered pursuing a career in the medical and health technology fields, now might be the time to take action. Federal funding is helping to encourage growth and fuel demand for trained professionals. President Barack Obama signed...
  • Students Learn Lessons By Helping Their Communities

    (ARA) - Making community service a required part of school curriculum is a growing trend sweeping through schools across North America, as is the teaching of core values, such as fairness, respect and collaboration. Educators agree that embracing service...
  • The Hot Sauce That Fights Prostate Cancer

    When my nephew was born in a Seoul suburb, my Korean in-laws decorated their front door with a cluster of bright red chili peppers, a neighborhood announcement that a son had been born to their household. But why chili peppers? Some Koreans say the peppe...
  • Turkey Count Falling 300 Short for Foothill Unity Center Thanksgiving Distribution

    Pies Also Needed for Center's Biggest Thanksgiving Event Ever November 16, 2010 – Concern is growing that turkey and pie will not be on the menu for many of the estimated 1,500 low-income families coming to Foothill Unity Center's Thanksgiving distrib...
  • Denny's Partners with the Magic Johnson Foundation to Provide Scholarships to Minority College Students

    Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- Earvin "Magic" Johnson, chairman and founder of the Magic Johnson Foundation, poses with April Kelly-Drummond, director of Corporate Diversity for Denny's, at the12th Annual Taylor Michael's Scholarship Program Conference in ...
  • "Ask George"

    Expert Answers to Common DMV Questions SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Do you have questions about general driving related requirements like registration and insurance? Are you unclear about laws and restrictions related to driving? The California Department of ...
  • National Small Business Week 2011 Nominations for Small Business Awards

    December 3, 2010 - Deadline Date (LOS ANGELES, CA) ? Each year during National Small Business Week, the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recognizes outstanding small business owners and advocates for their contribution to the American economy an...
  • Department of Education Establishes New Student Aid Rules to Protect Borrowers and Taxpayers

    The Obama administration today released a broad set of rules to strengthen federal student aid programs at for-profit, nonprofit and public institutions by protecting students from aggressive or misleading recruiting practices, providing consumers with be...
  • New Hope for Old Malls

    (ARA) - There is new promise for the nation's malls. A fixture throughout America's cities and towns for decades, the conventional mall is in a state of decline. It is possible to rethink yesterday's malls with a creative vision that will return them to t...
  • Two Former Journal Women Honorees Receive Honors

    Darlene Anderson, America's First African American Roller Derby StarandCeleste Day Drake, Interior Designer Darlene Anderson, America's First African American Roller Derby Star, to appear at the California African American Museum. The M...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    WHEW-THEY WERE THIS CLOSE! Both UCLA and USC escaped with victories last Saturday. Houdini could not have done it any better. We have prepared ourselves to accept two more losses, but we got two wins instead. UCLA proved that no matter how hard you try,...
  • Tuskegee Airman O. Oliver Goodall, Jr. Passes

    Tuskagee Airman O. Oliver Goodall, Jr. died on Tuesday November 2, 2010. Oliver was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on May 28, 1922. His childhood and youth was spent in Hobert, OK and Southern California. An avid athlete, he was a tri-sport team membe...
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Host Successful Joint Gala

        On Saturday, October 30, the ladies of the Pasadena Chapter (Eta Lambda Omega) of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the men of the Pasadena Chapter (Eta Pi Lambda) of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. came together to cel...
  • Mentoring and Partnership for Youth Development at John Muir High School

    There are many agencies and supportive staff who have come together to John Muir to help turn the school around. Organizations such as, Teen Futures, OBA, Young & Healthy, Mustangs on The Move and De Veal Family services to name a few. One agency in ...
  • YWCA Honors Phyllis Currie

    Leading the Way to a Greener Pasadena  Phyllis Currie, General Manager of Pasadena Water and Power, is the final honoree in the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley's 2010 Women of Excellence Leadership Speaker Series. This installment is sponsored by US...
  • JVS’ Veterans First Program Helps Veterans Transition Back Into Civilian Workplace

    On Veteran's Day, November 11, the nation celebrates the brave men and women who serve in our military. But what happens when they return home, especially those veterans recently discharched from tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan? For many veterans, ...

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