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  • The Journal Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary

    "Lifting All the Voices" The Pasadena Journal will highlight 20 legends, on the occasion of our 20th Anniversary on the 20th of November. The celebration will take place at The Pasadena Tournament of Roses House. The program will include awards, a concer...
  • EDUCATION FORUM

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  • Avoiding Senior-itis

    Congratulations class of 2010 for finally making it to your senior year of high school! The mixed feelings of stress, excitement and anticipation can be overwhelming on top of application deadlines, tests and homework etc. Often times, seniors who are no...
  • Black is Beautiful

    Black Barbies' Unfortunate Hair; Disney Princess Does It Right The new "So In Style (S.I.S.)" Barbie dolls have been praised for their authentic African-American facial features and their spectrum of skin complexions -- but what's up with that hair? Only...
  • Teaching Financial Literacy, One Goal at a Time

    Suppose your teenager came to you needing help answering homework questions on finance - would you be able to answer correctly or know where to find help? Consider questions like these: Which are the two most important factors when determining someone's ...
  • Sweet Peace

    "Thank you for helping me with my estate plan. You have taken a load off my mind. I slept like a baby last night." This is an actual quote from a "thank you" card I received from one of my clients after we had completed his estate plan. These sentiments a...
  • Alkebu-lan Cultural Center Celebrates 20 Years

    Alkebu-lan Cultural Center will celebrate 20 years of service in the community on October 9, 2009 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The event will take place at the Alkebu-lan Cultural Center located at 1435 N. Raymond Ave. Pasadena. Special guest host will b...
  • Child Health Collaborative Open House

    While the country struggles with the issue of health care reform, Pasadena is moving forward with a collaborative effort to provide access to primary health care services to all underserved families within the city. To showcase this important project init...
  • Back To School Night 2009 Hosted By Aspires West Pasadena

    Students, parents and teachers met on August 29, 2009 at the Jackie Robinson Center for the annual Back to School night celebration.The theme for this year was "Education Success: Using What We Have". Dr. David Jacobs conducted a workshop for elementary ...
  • Morning Star B.C. Annual Quilt Show

    On Saturday, October 10, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. the Senior Activity Ministry of Morning Star Baptist Church is presenting their Annual Quilt Show and Boutique. Items of arts and crafts plus food and condiments are also available for purchase. Mo...
  • COGIC PASTOR INDUCTED INTO HBCU HALL OF FAME

    Logan H. Westbrooks, founder and owner of Source Record Company, and former CBS Records International Executive, was recently inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame. The Ceremony took place at Hyatt Regency Atlanta during the 24th An...
  • I DO!

    "And Samuel said, Hath the LORD as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices, as in obeying the voice of the LORD? Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice, and to hearken than the fat of rams." (1 Samuel 15:22) I do cook with Blessed Olive Oil! I ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    There was a time, not too long ago when Baseball was the most important sport in this country. There were just two leagues, and the champion of each league played in the World Series. We were usually in school when they were played, and the teachers would...
  • Berlinda Brown

    BERLINDA BROWN  Berlinda Brown was born in Costa Rica, Central America. She understands the value of education and how it can change and improve a person's life. When she left Costa Rica for a better life in the United States, she left behind her life o...
  • Steven Gibson

    STEVEN GIBSON  Steven Gibson was born in Korea of a Korean mother and an African American father. He spent his early years in an orphanage and after being adopted by an African American family he was raised in Santa Monica, California. Gibson attended h...
  • Two Candidates Vie for Change at PCC November 3rd

    Their Election Would Give PCC Trustees Diverse Look Berlinda Brown and Steven Gibson are running for seats on the Pasadena City College Board of Trustees. Between the two, they represent a number of cultural and racial groups. Ms. Brown was born in C...
  • TAKE A LEGAL LOOK

    Should You Hire A Lawyer?  In my twenty seven years of practicing law, one of the most perplexing questions I have to answer for people is, "Should I hire a lawyer?" My answer is, "If you have a legal question or issue, you should hire a lawyer." To me...
  • A Windfall for the “Deadbeat Dad”

    I have previously written articles concerning the laws of intestate succession - California's default plan for inheritance where one passes away without having made plans for distribution of real or personal property. An important factor which goes into a...
  • ArtNight to Offer Something for Everyone

    The 22nd semi-annual event, free to the public, will be held on Friday, Oct. 9, from 6 to 10 p.m. with complimentary shuttles providing transportation among all venues. The 13 cultural institutions that will open their doors for free include Alliance Fra...
  • Dr. William A. Brown Memorial

    Born in the coal mine town of Bluefield, West Virginia in 1921, Dr. William A. Brown came from a lineage of medical pioneers. Some patients may have been offered by his blunt, no-nonsense style, but they all admired his dedication to the delivery of quali...

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