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  • Boosting Home Energy Efficiency: Improvements That Feel Good and Save Money

    (ARA) - When it comes to making your home more energy efficient, you may have to spend a little to save a lot. And, like most good investments, energy-efficient home improvements may require you to be in it for the long haul in order to see the maximum re...
  • Healthy Aging Tips For Internal and External Wellness

    (ARA) - It is important to realize that prioritizing your health is a commitment that should not be limited to specific times of the year. "Growing older is something to embrace," says Dr. Jenny A. Van Amburgh, associate clinical professor of the Northea...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    I was born in Texas. Fortunately, I was able to move away from there to New York, just as I was becoming a teenager. However, I still remember how Texans think, and what is important to them. They remember all of their losses, and keep them close to their...
  • Visit the Businesses at THE VILLAGE

    Line In The Sand Thrift Store, Katey's Too Beauty Salon, and J.D. Communications make Hopkins Village home. The Village is Located at 1541 N. Lake Avenue at the corner of Lake and Howard in Pasadena. Also in the Village are The Journal office and the Law...
  • 2010-2011 Foothill Alumnae Chapter Delta Academy Program Kickoff

    On Saturday October 16, 2010 at 9 a.m. on the campus of Cal State Los Angeles Foothill Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will kick off its sixth year of proudly providing Delta Academy & Delta GEMS Programs to girls ages 11 – 18. T...
  • Megachurch Pastor: 'I Am Not Perfect'

    "It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men."  --Frederick Douglass As additional young adult men are expected to come forward this week after four former members of the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, in Lithonia, Georgia,...
  • Seeds from the Sower

    God has one Son without sin, but He has no sons without suffering. Suffering often times brings out talents which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant. John Bunyan was incarcerated in Bedford Jail. There he wrote Pilgrim's Progress. Vict...
  • Estate Representatives

    An important part of creating an estate plan is the selection of the person who will take over your financial matters for you after your death. If you have a living trust, that person is called the "successor trustee." If you have a will, that person is c...
  • The Graveside Service

    Two of my father's dear brothers, passed away within the last year, and both had graveside services. A good number of loved ones attended, meaningful expressions were shared and my uncles were duly honored for the lives they lived. A graveside service i...
  • It’s Not About You, But Then Again

    Prostate Cancer Screening & Black Men If you're an African-American male age of 45 and over, and you haven't had a serious conversation with your doctor about prostate cancer, shame on you. Why? Because getting serious about prostate cancer is reall...
  • A Sense of Well-Being

    What is camping to me? Finally, a chance to RELAX – to really sit and do nothing, to learn the lessons of nature, to leave all the stimulation and excitement of city life behind, to take the time to experience each moment to the fullest - the trees, th...
  • “It’s Time To Get In Your Children’s Business”

    As a professional expert estate planner for more than a decade, I can tell you from an eyewitnessed view point that it's time to stick your nose in your children's business. I will address the five areas of concern that you ought to make a part of your bu...
  • Schools Remain Segregated

    A new report published by researchers at Northeastern University ranking public, primary schools in the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas, finds that New England has four of the top ten most segregated areas for Hispanic students. Springfield, Mass., is...
  • Black Boys – Don’t Count Them Out

    When I first met Ezekiel Phillips, he looked like our typical Morehouse freshman: short afro, slightly unkempt beard, jeans and a casual shirt. Raised by a single mom, Ezekiel sought male mentors, bonding and camaraderie in all the wrong places—the hea...
  • People Are Talking About...

    Altadena Sheriff: Out of Control... Again! Complaints are pouring in about the Altadena Sheriff's tactics against African Americans. One Deputy in particular is said to be terrorizing the community with his violent tactics. The Deputy, named Thames, is ...
  • Health Summit 2010 Deemed An Overwhelming Success!

    On Saturday, September 25, 2010, the Pasadena Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. led the way at the Third Annual Health Summit held at the Jackie Robinson Community Center. The event was FREE and focused on the complete person's health – phy...
  • Assemblymember Portantino and City of Hope Host AIDS Action Summit

    Assemblymember Anthony Portantino (La Cañada Flintridge) in partnership with City of Hope hosted members of the community for the Fourth Annual San Gabriel Valley HIV/AIDS Action Summit on September 22, 2010 at City of Hope in Duarte. Since the AIDS vir...
  • WWII Medal of Honor Awardee Laid to Rest

    Lt. Vernon J. Baker, U.S. Army, was buried today at Arlington National Cemetery. He was awarded the Medal of Honor in 1997 by then-president Bill Clinton for his heroic actions in World War II. Six other Black WWII soldiers were awarded the Medal of Hon...
  • A New Home and a Revitalized Mission

    Intimate Opera of Pasadena will inaugurate its new home at the Pasadena Playhouse with a holiday production of Amahl and the Night Visitors PASADENA, Calif. Quite often, as she makes her way from meeting to meeting to finalize plans for Intimate Opera ...
  • Black Farmers Rally One and Two

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) joined the National Black Farmers Association at a rally on Capitol Hill, urging the Senate to fund the $1.2 billion settlement that the Departments of Judiciary and Agriculture announced after years of discrimination ag...

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