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  • Juvenile Justice Reform: Making the "Missouri Model" an American Model

    The state of Missouri has created a juvenile justice system that has proved so successful over the last thirty years it's known as the "Missouri Miracle." A number of practices combine to make Missouri's system unique: It's primarily made up of small faci...
  • Journal Women of Achievement to be Honored with a Breakfast

    April 24, 2010 at Brookside Golf Club at 9:00 a.m. The Pasadena Journal will celebrate its 2010 Women of Achievement with a breakfast on April 24, 2010 at the Brookside Golf Club at 9am. The spotlight will be on this year's Women of Achievement but the b...
  • PCC Dental Program Receives Accreditation from ADA Commission

    The Pasadena City College Dental Program was recently accredited by the American Dental Association (ADA) Commission on Dental Accreditation, whose purpose is to establish, maintain, and apply standards that ensure the quality and continuous improvement o...
  • MOFAME Continue Their Annual Aid to John Muir High School’s Special Education Department

    Many students with special educational needs attend mainstream schools in Pasadena, CA, but few are able to have all of their complex needs met in either general or special education courses taught in the local schools. Because of prior and current budget...
  • U.S. Census Count Kicks into High Gear

    Government makes extra push to tally people in 'hard-to-count' areas The U.S. Census Bureau's once-a-decade population count kicks into high gear this month as the government agency sends out forms to more than 130 million addresses across the coun...
  • Pasadena City College Celebrates ‘One City, One Story’ in March

    Pasadena City College will partner with the city of Pasadena to promote "One City, One Story," an eight-year-old program designed to broaden and deepen an appreciation of reading and literature in the community. The program seeks to engage participan...
  • Women At Work -- In The Community

    Women At Work, a Pasadena based career and job resource center, has announced that career counseling services are now available at the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce. Women At Work is excited to bring their services to the Arcadia community and looking forw...
  • Sex and the Black Church

    On Tuesday March 9, the nation's capital witnessed its first same-sex marriages thus sending a not so subtle message. Washington, D.C., the seat of political power in the United States and global policy around the world,  has followed suite of only a...
  • Letters of Instruction

    Estate plans should be "evergreen". In other words, they should be living documents that can be changed and/or updated at any time so they are always a current reflection of one's personal situation and preferences. When I prepare estate plans, I always ...
  • Five Things You Didn’t Know About Martial Arts

    Martial arts schools are now everywhere and practiced by just about everyone. For children, they're often the first choice when it comes to picking extra-curricular activities. They get to dress up, leap and kick, and work off excess energy...
  • AQMD Releases Innovative iPhone Air Quality App

    The South Coast Air Quality Management District today launched the nation's first fully featured smart-phone application for a wide range of air quality information. The free application, designed for the iPhone™, iPad, and iPod Touch®, real-time and ...
  • Obama Will Triumph -- So Will America

    Part One Before he'd served even one year President Obama lost the support of the easily distracted left and engendered the white hot rage of the hate-filled right. But some of us, from all walks of life and ideological backgrounds -- ...
  • Absent Fathers, Violent Youth

    On February 18, 2010 – in honor of Black History Month – the Alliance of Concerned Men (ACM) hosted a roundtable and town hall meeting at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) titled "Fatherhood and Solutions to Youth Violence". The e...
  • Children Need Better Protection from Abuse and Neglect

    In January 2008, four sisters were found dead in their southeast Washington, D.C. home. The girls, ages 5, 6, 11, and 17, had been murdered by their mother, Banita Jacks, months earlier. She was recently convicted and sentenced to 120 years in prison...
  • Barbara Lee Commemorates Women’s History Month

    Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Barbara Lee released the following statement commemorating Women's History Month. "As we celebrate Women's History Month let us reflect on the generations of women who came before us and their many contributions th...
  • Update on Pasadena Police Chief Search

    Pasadena City Manager Michael J. Beck is moving forward with his search for a new police chief. The next step in the process is interviews next week with about 10 semi-finalist candidates from throughout the nation by an advisory panel that will evaluate...
  • Education Without Representation!

    In May, 2010 the voters of Pasadena Unified School District will be asked to approve a parcel tax of $120 per year to help the schools which are losing funds because of the California State Budget crisis. The funds, if passed will benefit classrooms ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Change We Can Believe In If you put me in charge, I would have a summit meeting of the Athletic Directors of the major universities in Southern California. All of those in the area from Santa Barbara to San Diego would have to attend and to testify. Then...
  • Board of Directors in Unanimous Vote

    Brock Youngest Ever, Fourth Woman to Serve as NAACP Board Chair The NAACP named Roslyn M. Brock as Chair of the Board of Directors at its Annual Board Meeting on February 20 at the New York Hilton. Brock, 44, became the youngest ever and fourth woman t...
  • Artist Creates a “New” Pasadena Mural

    ARTIST Luis Ituarte competed for and received a grant of $2,500 from the Pasadena Arts and Culture Commission to create a mural in partnership with a local business owner. The Neighborhood Enhancement Mural Program ...

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