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  • Don’t Cut Head Start!

    After being urged by President Obama to invest in our nation’s students, you would think our federal lawmakers would do anything they could to preserve a program that sets the foundation for a lifetime of achievement, right?  Wrong.  Once agai...
  • Tuskegee Airman Dies at 97

    As a member of one of the most prestigious military units, the Tuskegee Airmen, Henry Dawson McCullough, of Point Breeze, was laid to rest last week after peacefully passing on March 5 at the age of 97. McCullough was born on Oct. 13, 1913 in South Carol...
  • Schiff Disappointed in House Vote to Block Federal Funding for NPR

     Today, after the House passed legislation prohibiting federal funding of NPR, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) released the following statement: “I am disappointed that the House voted to block all federal funding for National Public Radio. Public broadca...
  • The Business of Family

    An old African American Spiritual says, “Soon I will Be Done with the Troubles Of this World… I’m Going Home to Live with God.”  Agreed, Christian theology teaches us that when God created this world, the first thing he created was the family...
  • Be On Television! HGTV’S Hit Renovation Show “Professional Grade” is Looking for Savvy DIYers

    Denver, CO (March 16, 2011) - HGTV’s hit renovation show “Professional Grade” is searching for savvy homeowners who think they can renovate a room cheaper and better than a Contractor in Pasadena, CA for it’s 3rd season. In the show, homeowners g...
  • First 5 LA Wants Toddlers To Get More Exercise

    About 22 Percent of 4 year-olds are Overweight in L.A. County Los Angeles, CA – The obesity epidemic is reaching down to the sandbox as more and more children are showing declining levels of activity and are becoming overweight at younger ages.  ...
  • Why Should I Short Sale My Home?

    “Short Sale” has been the new buzz term since the turn of the market in 2007.  Some Realtors® and their buyers and sellers would be surprised to know that fewer than three of five short sales close in California, illustrating the complexity and ...
  • State Witness Relocation Program Shelters Citizens Who Testify Against Violent Gang Members

    SACRAMENTO - On the eve of her trip to a crime-plagued border region of California, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris today released the 2009-2010 annual report for CAL WRAP, a program that provides millions of dollars for the relocation of witnesses in c...
  • Dr. Milligan Hosting Free Legal Consultation Clinic Sat. April 2, 2011

    Free Legal Consultation Clinic with top attorneys this Sat. April 2, 2011 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call for appointment 323-750-3592. An opportunity that many would jump hoops for! Personal Injury Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Trusts P...
  • Pasadena Water Shortage Daily Update: Conservation on Target

    Pasadena Water and Power is reporting there that emergency water conservation goals are on target based on community water usage in the past 24 hour. At the current rate of daily water consumption, PWP projects there will be adequate water supply to last...
  • Huntington Learning Center Celebrates Mathematics Awareness Month

    Huntington Learning Center Celebrates Mathematics Awareness Month Pasadena learning center promotes 26th annual celebration of mathematics. Pasadena, CA (Grassroots Newswire) March 21, 2011 - During the month of April 2011, Huntington Learning Center in ...
  • New Sales and Use Tax Rates

    Effective April 1, 2011 Voters in 13 cities in California have approved new district taxes (transactions and use taxes) that become effective April 1, 2011.  The new rates apply only within each city’s incorporated limits. The tax rates outside th...
  • Neighborhood Families Came Out for Celebration of Construction Start for Affordable Senior Housing in Northeast Pasadena

    Abode Communities Development to Transform Uninhabitable Building into Thriving Senior Community Pasadena, CA— March 21, 2011—Dozens of neighbors joined Mayor of Pasadena Bill Bogaard, Vice Mayor Victor Gordo, and Robin Hughes, president of Abode Com...
  • The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. Announces New Community Partners and Projects

       Junior League's New Partners  Junior League's Nicole, Julianne and Marah   PASADENA, CA – The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. is thrilled to announce the approval of four new projects and partner collaboratio...
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  • No Such Thing as Comfortable Shoes

    How ironic it is that President Obama hosted a White House summit on bullying last Thursday since he spent that day hiding from a bully that he once promised to stand up against. As he talked with students, educators and parents about the cruel campus jer...
  • A Season of Spiritual Eating

    This time of year, many world religions – from Christianity, to Hinduism or the Baha'i Faith – direct their followers to forgo physical sustenance in order to nurture a closer connection to the Universal Essence. Although in some traditions a fast is...
  • Are Your Prepared for the Next “Big One”?

    The earthquakes in Japan are an important reminder that the next major earthquake in Southern California could happen at any time. The Pasadena Fire Department urges all local residents, businesses, schools, government agencies, institutions and communit...
  • What You Can do to Speed Up Your Disability Application

    If your disabling condition is preventing you from continuing to work, you may want to apply for disability benefits through Social Security. In most cases, doing so involves a thorough process of determining your eligibility, medical condition, and abili...
  • “California’s Plan for Distribution of Your Property”

    If you pass away without having made plans for the distribution of your worldly goods, the State of California will use its plan. These laws, called the laws of "intestate succession," determine who your heirs are if you die without a will, trust, or othe...

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