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  • Businesses Lacking Required Air Quality Permits Can Get Them Without Late Fees Under Temporary AQMD Program

    During a special meeting in Long Beach today, the South Coast Air Quality Management District's Governing Board adopted a program to assist businesses and government agencies to get required operating permits without incurring late fees or pena...
  • PUSD Weekly News Flash

    Forty-one  4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grade students from Sierra Madre K-8 School participated in the annual L.A. County History Day competition at Azusa Pacific University on Saturday, ...
  • Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts Awards Nearly $554,000 to Musical Arts Organizations through Southern California

    PASADENA, Calif. March Madness generally refers to season-ending basketball tournaments. But increasingly it’s also a term used by members of the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts ...
  • Uncle Tom Strikes Again!

    Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steels is an Uncle Tom. Not because he's a black man who chose to be down with the GOP. Being a Republican or a conservative does not – repeat, does not – automatically make an African-American a sell-o...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    AN OPEN LETTER TO MIKE GARRETT! As a fellow Trojan, I am pleased to acknowledge that you have become the greatest Athletic Director to ever serve at USC. When you took over this job, both the basketball and football teams were in chaos. The second comin...
  • 2010 Scholarship Opportunity from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

    The Foothill Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. invites all prospective graduating African-American students to apply for its 2010 academic scholarships. In order to qualify, students MUST reside within the Foothill communities and&n...
  • PCC Reaches Out to Community Churches with Super Education Sunday

    Pasadena City College faculty, staff, and administrators will be visiting local African-American churches this month as part of the "Super Education Sunday" outreach effort. The goal of the program is to connect with students and their families and to mak...
  • 'Educational Success' Transfer Workshop

    The Pasadena City College Outreach Office, along with representatives from California State University and University of California, will be discussing the ins and outs of transferring at a workshop titled "Educational Success: A Family Affair." ...
  • Exhibitors Wanted for Greening the Earth Day Festival

    Exhibitors providing a green service or selling a green product are encouraged to display their wares at the eighth annual Greening the Earth Day and Armory Family Arts Festival in Pasadena. The free event will be held on Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m....
  • The Seven Last Words of Jesus Spoken from the Cross

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  • Community Easter Sunrise Service at Farnsworth Park

    Farnsworth Park will again be the traditional site of the Altadena Community Easter Sunrise Services. The services will be held on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2010 from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM. The park's beautiful amphitheater is located at 568 East Mount Curve...
  • The Legislation of Jesus: Functional Health Care Reform

    On Sunday, March 21st, the United State House of Representatives voted to pass health care reform thus affording millions of medically uninsured Americans the opportunity to in fact secure basic health care. This historical legislative act is an attempt f...
  • To Borrow or Not to Borrow?

    People use debt to finance any number of purchases, and borrowing money for a worthwhile purchase is not always a bad idea. However, some buys are worth financing over time and others are not. The California Society of CPAs (www.calcpa.org) explains how t...
  • “It’s Time for a Check-Up”

    It's tax time! This is the time of year that many of us take stock of our finances. While you are gathering your records and reviewing your finances, it is a good time to review your estate plan. Here are a few questions you can answer to complete your es...
  • Don’t be Semi-Interested in Your Colon

    American Cancer Society Encourages Everyone 50 and Older to Get Tested for Colon Cancer This March, the American Cancer Society is encouraging men and women 50 and older to make getting tested for colorectal cancer a priority. Colorectal cancer (commonl...
  • Protect Yourself from Cervical Cancer

    Cervical cancer is in many ways unlike other cancers. It strikes women in midlife when they are often taking care of families. Cervical cancer is also one of the few types of cancers that is caused by a virus. Fortunately, cervical cancer is one of the m...
  • Fighting Childhood Obesity

    When First Lady Michelle Obama decided to launch the "Let's Move" campaign to fight childhood obesity, she brought much needed attention to a crisis facing millions of children. It's a special concern for children of color because new research shows Blac...
  • Health Care Finally Passes: What Will it Mean for Black People?

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) – It finally passed. The health care bill for which President Barack Obama has vehemently fought almost since Day One at the White House has finally passed both houses of Congress and is now headed to the White House for his signature....
  • March Madness on Capitol Hill

    March Madness, the frantic round of tournament showdowns to determine which team will emerge as the top college basketball unit in the nation, has nothing on the Capitol Hill Madness that occurred over the weekend. Outside the domed deliberations over he...
  • Re: Pasadena Police Chief Selection

    I strongly support Commander Rick Law to be the new Chief of Police for the city of Pasadena. ...

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