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  • Southern California Edison Reaches Out to Customers to Help Lower Their Bills

    Many Californians find themselves facing tough financial situations, and Southern California Edison (SCE) is reaching out to help. According to a recent survey, about 12 percent of SCE’s customers – 480,000 – are having trouble paying their bills. ...
  • I Love Vacations

    I really cherish and look forward to vacations. Whether it’s a quick day trip or an extended journey, I always try to forget about the work awaiting my return. When the time to return home inevitably rolls around, I’m usually still smiling, however, b...
  • Muir High School to Host Cash for College Workshop January 23

    Students & Families Get Help in Applying for Scholarships & Grants To prepare students for college and career success, John Muir High School’s Parent, Teacher and Student Association (PTSA) will host a Cash for College workshop on Saturday, Jan...
  • Southern California Edison Joins Black College Expo . . .

    . . . in Helping Over 250,000 Students with College, Careers and BeyondThe Black College Expo returns to Los Angeles for its eleventh year.  The Expo will take place on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention C...
  • West Pasadena Little League Announces New President

    The West Pasadena Little League has announced the appointment of Miles Morris as President.  Morris is a 45 year resident of Pasadena, serving his third season with the West Pasadena Little League. He began his tenure as a Major Division coach in 200...
  • Haitian Devastation: A Theological Response

    On January 12th a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the capital city of Haiti, Port-au-Prince. In the immediate aftermath, set against the backdrop of the rubble, smoke, corpses and frantic chaos, faint prayers echoed and reverberated throughout...
  • Exercising By The Power Of His Might

    Is there anyone besides me who is challenged with restarting their lifestyle of exercise and right nutrition after the holidays?    I generally take a break from my habitual routine of exercising and eating right during the holidays (the mo...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Local Media Attempts to Demonize Mike Garrett! Mike Garrett became the sixth Athletic Director of USC in 1993. On his watch, USC has enjoyed unprecedented success with its football teams, and has managed to build the impressive Galen Center for the baske...
  • Rebuilding Haiti From the Earthquake, and From Benign Neglect

    On Monday when many commemorated the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, United States troops were headed to Haiti to keep order and to provide the humanitarian aid that is desperately needed after the devastation of a 7.0 earthquake.  President ...
  • When Is the Right and Wrong Time?

    I have noticed that a large number of the Black youths and youths of color use Ebonics as a part of their everyday vernacular largely because of the perception that you will sound White, if you do not. Would somebody please tell me why I should believe th...
  • Warning Letter From An Elder

    Dear African-Americans, Negroes, Colored People, and Blacks,The light of hope had faded within many Blacks. Then, many were able to see a sparkle when Obama was elected the first African-American president of the United States of America. What does having...
  • Eunice Walker Johnson: A Legacy of Beauty

    (NNPA) - In the worlds of publishing and fashion, the names John H. Johnson and Eunice Walker Johnson will forever hold a place of distinction.  In the 1940s, long before the Black consciousness movement of the modern civil rights era, this dynamic C...
  • Teddy Pendergrass Dead at 59

    Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspapers (NNPA)  -  Legendary R & B singer and songwriter Teddy Pendergrass, popular for his classic R&B hits “Turn Off the Lights” and “Love T.K.O,” died Jan. 13 at the Bryn Mawr Hos...
  • Haitian American Family Thankful Amidst Heartache

    The news coming out of Haiti is bittersweet as the lack of any reliable way to get information is causing anxiety for islanders’ brethren in Pasadena.Faith sustains the Mauvais family as they helplessly watch the earthquake ...
  • Robinson Park will Re-Open with Community Celebration

    Saturday, Jan. 23 A community celebration Saturday, January 23 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. will mark the grand re-opening of Robinson Park, 1081 N. Fair Oaks Aveue in Pasadena. ...
  • U. S. Census Bureau Says Many Blacks Still Identify Themselves as 'Negro'

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) - In March, many of the estimated 145 million households who receive the Census Bureau's shortened questionnaire for the nation's decennial headcount may be full of raised eyebrows when they get to Question 9, which asks about a person's...
  • The Advance Health Care Directive - Part II

    In my last column, I focused on the first purpose of an Advance Health Care Directive, that of appointing an agent to make medical decisions for you when you are unable to make medical decisions for yourself. In this column I will focus on the second purp...
  • Make It Happen Art Center At Night

    Spring Term Classes Begin on January 19, 2010 Art Center at Night (ACN), the continuing studies program at Art Center College of Design, offers nearly 200 innovative courses in art and design. Its award-winning instructors, many of whom are also Art Cent...
  • KPAS is Moving Jan 12

    City of Pasadena television programming, seen on channel 55 for more than two decades, is moving to channel 3 on the Charter Communications cable television system beginning Tuesday, Jan. 12.KPAS is the home of Pasadena City Council meetings and many othe...
  • NATHA’s First Annual Community Town Hall 2010

    The State of the State: Special Guest Speaker Assemblymember Anthony Portantino NATHA invites everyone to join us in our first annual Community Town Hall and Open House 2010. It will provide residents with an opportunity to meet their neighbors, to find ...

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