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  • Historic Pasadena Civic Auditorium Exhibition Hall Undergoing Major Renovation for February 2015 Opening

    Pasadena, CA – Another chapter in Pasadena’s great and colorful history will return to life in February, when the historic Pasadena Civic Auditorium Exhibition Hall – or Exhibit Hall “C” as it is known – reopens after last serving as an exhibi...
  • Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts . . .

    . . . Welcomes Provisional Members for 2014-15 Pasadena, CA — Meet the Treblemakers! Pasadena Showcase for the Arts (PSHA) welcomes 25 new Provisional Members for 2014-15. Dubbed the Treblemakers by Provisional Chair Marybeth Rehman-Dittu, the new grou...
  • Ebola Tracks Outbreak of HIV/AIDS Pandemic

    A high school friend of my wife was one of the earliest victims of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. He was a flight attendant, who was stricken and died quickly. When he died they still had not come up with a name for the pandemic. But then others became sick and d...
  • Too Stressed to be Blessed

    Black folks lead the nation in church-going, praise-dancing, shouting, call-and-response, and "whoopin." We like to "get our church on" and feel good while doing so. We do our holy dances and run down the aisles to lay our money at the feet of preachers, ...
  • Online Colleges Flunk Common Sense

    The most common model of college attendance is that a young person who graduates from high school and heads directly to college, perhaps taking a year off in between to work, take a "13th class". While many students start off right after high school, some...
  • Pasadena Unified’s 68th Annual Turkey Tussle Football Game Takes Place November 7

    John Muir High School and Pasadena High School Play at the Rose Bowl for Possession of "The Bell" Pasadena High School and John Muir High School in the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) will meet in the Turkey Tussle football game Friday, November ...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    If you are like me, then this is the week for you to come back to earth. Last week, the World Series was still being played and the NBA was opening its season. There was a so much stuff to keep up with that it was a little bit overwhelming. Also, we can n...
  • Women Get Inspired to Improve Their Health, Their Way!

    "We know that when women are healthy, communities are healthy and when they are not, our communities suffer." That's what Pasadena's Vice Mayor, Jacque Robinson, told the crowd at the 14th Annual Southern California Women's Health Conference and Expo in P...
  • Celebrate the Life of Sandy Bourne

    It is with deep sadness to announce the passing of Sandy Bourne, longtime Pasadena activist. Her family and friends will gather later this month to celebrate the life of this great lady who lived with magnificent love, joy, strength, kindness, and humor....
  • Duarte Unveils State of the Art Electronic Message Board

    At last night's City Council meeting, the Duarte City Council "cut the ribbon" on its new, state-of-the-art electronic message board. Working with Architectural Design & Signs Inc. (ADS), the 14 x 10 display LED board features numerous graphic capabi...
  • Fit 2 Change Combats Childhood Obesity Among Homeless Youth

    by Roberto Alejandro, Special to the NNPA from the Afro-American Newspaper Childhood obesity has quadrupled in teenagers, and more than doubled in children over the course of the last 30 years. Frances Cuesta, a Baltimore area fitness and health advocate...
  • Second Annual Million Meals Marathon Set

    In an effort to combat hunger in local communities, Pasadena City College will be holding its second annual Million Meals Marathon Food Drive on the campus November 22 to 23. From 11 a.m. on Saturday to 11 a.m. on Sunday, organizers and volunteers will b...
  • School Board Leaders Inspire Muir’s MPYD Students

    Pasadena schools superintendent Dr. Brian McDonald, school board president Scott Phelps and school board member Tyron Hampton shared motivational anecdotes with John Muir High School students during an extended roundtable edition o...
  • It’s Hard Being a Gentleman in Today’s World

    The week was going quite well until I ran into Ms. PC. I know a thing or two about language and words, but I still am flabbergasted when it comes to the latest PC. I think somebody ought to do a weekly update on this aspect for us who are not up to date. ...
  • Announcing Pasadena First A.M.E. New Pastor

      The congregation at First A.M.E. Church Pasadena, welcomed their new pastor, Rev. Larry E. Campbell, and First Lady, Mrs. Melinda Campbell, on Sunday, November 2. Their son, Terrence Lamar Campbell, is a 2011 graduate of Morehouse College. Rev...
  • Care and Custody of the Estate Plan

    There are three core documents to a good estate plan: (1) a revocable living trust or, in very limited circumstances, a will; (2) a durable power of attorney; and (3) an advance health care directive. But estate planning doesn't end with getting the docum...
  • Four Tips for Creating Your Financial Legacy Now

    Many Baby Boomers are Leaving Their Life's Work to Chance, Says Retirement & Inheritance Planner Half of all Americans with children do not have a legal will, according to a survey done by the legal service RocketLawyer. "While the survey was conduc...
  • CDC Whistleblower Exposes Ebola Vaccinations Containing RFID Chips

    A CDC whistleblower has recently gone on record to expose nefarious government plans which would use the impending U.S. Ebola pandemic as an opportunity to implant RFID technology in American citizens. Brent Hopskins was a CDC contractor before coming fo...
  • Four Reasons Why Retirees Don’t Need a Nest Egg

    Conventional Wisdom Has Its Flaws for Middle America, Says President of Advisory Firm We are quickly coming to a reckoning in this country regarding the well-being of retirees, says Jeff Bucher, a financial advisor who helps working-class Americans plan ...
  • Watching the Elections from Abroad

    Jerusalem, IL — On Election Night, I usually stay awake as long as my eyelids are willing to cooperate. But this year was different. Instead of alternating between watching CNN and tracking results on the Internet, I was in the Holy Land, nearly 6,000 m...

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