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  • A Second Chance

    Here's the scenario: Homeowner reads an article in the newspaper and decides to create a revocable living trust ("trust"). In the article he learned that a trust can transfer all of his assets to his heirs upon his death without requiring his heirs to pay...
  • Three Tips to Avoid Outliving Your Retirement Fund

    Financial Experts Explain When It's OK to Play It Safe –and When It's Not As people get closer to the age when they hope to retire, traditional wisdom calls for moving into more conservative – safer – investments, such as Treasury bonds and many fi...
  • NOIR California – The Masters of the 30th Century Crime Fiction

    A panel of local crime novelists will discuss 20th Century Crime Fiction in California on Thursday, July 31 with a reception at 6 p.m. followed by a panel discussion and question and answer session from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Pasadena Central Library's Donald ...
  • Medicaid Enrollment Shows Continued Growth in May

    By Cindy MannCenters for Medicare & Medicaid Services Deputy AdministratorCenters for Medicaid and CHIP Services Director Medicaid enrollment continues to increase all across the country, especially in those states that have expanded their Medicaid p...
  • Welcome Home Baby Boomers!

    Part Two of a Two-Part Series Talented leadership is always in high demand. The question is: where do you look for leaders, who are you overlooking, and how do you effectively sustain their involvement? When recruiting talent for your organization, busin...
  • Republicans’ Selective Memory on Executive Orders

    To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, arguably the most overrated U.S. president in history, there they go again. They, of course, are Republicans in the House of Representatives. And they are going after President Obama yet again, this time over his use of execut...
  • On Steven S. Lamb's Letter to the Editor

    Kudos to Steven Lamb for his right-on letter. So many other issues get tacked on to Black Rights, diluting the urgency of unjust conditions. Racism is the most vital and challenging issue in our nation, and indeed, skin color privilege awareness is a gl...
  • Rep. Chu Expresses Support for CPC’s Recommendations on Border Crisis

    Today, Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-CA) expressed support for the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) adoption of "Kids First: A Response to the Southern Border Humanitarian Crisis." The purpose of this comprehensive set of policy recommendations is to he...
  • ACLU Statement on Recent Public Reaction to Plight of Immigrant Children

    This country was founded as a beacon of hope for people seeking freedom. Our nation's core values center on fairness, equal opportunity, and the defense of human and civil rights for all. Our immigration system is broken. The ACLU joins millions of Ameri...
  • Women Mean Business—Pathways to Success

    Senator Carol Liu announces partnership with Women At Work and YWCA Pasadena Foothills to train young women. 28 teen women will be paired with 28 dynamic community leaders recently honored by the Senator as recipients of the "Women Mean Business " Award ...
  • Youth Speakers Highlight Impact of Hillsides Peer Resource Center During One Year Anniversary Celebration

    Jonathan Hebert spoke about how Hillsides Peer Resource Center helped him come out of his shell and find a job and a career he loves during the Center's one-year anniversary celebration. Pasadena, CA - Since opening its doors la...
  • State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Applauds FCC Vote to Expand Internet Access for Schools and Libraries

    Sacramento, CA — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson applauded a ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today that marks a major step toward preparing students for the global economy by expanding Internet access for s...
  • Sounds of Led Zeppelin to Fill Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza

    Pasadena, CA – The second of three special summer outdoor concerts will fill the Pasadena Civic Auditorium Plaza with the sounds of rock and roll legends Led Zeppelin, as Pasadena's Party on the Plaza Summer Concert Series continues on Friday, July 18. ...
  • Statement by President on Confirmation of Julián Castro as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

    "I applaud the bipartisan majority of Senators who today confirmed Julián Castro as our next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. "Julián is a proven leader, a champion for safe, affordable housing and strong, sustainable neighborhoods. ...
  • Three Double Date Ideas for Dog Lovers

    First Dates with Your Canine Companions are Great Ice-Breakers, Says Online Matchmaking CEO Are you looking for an afternoon or evening out that's both fun and different? Try taking your best friend on a double date, says avid dog lover Kris Rotonda, CEO...
  • Win Prizes with "At My Park" Photo Contest Now Through July 31, 2014

    Pasadena, CA — Pasadena residents can join the fun with the City's "At My Park" photo challenge to win prizes by submitting your best park-themed photos through July 31, 2014. The family friendly social media campaign challenges residents ages 16 and o...
  • Straight-Up Talk About Testosterone

    By Dr. Salvatore J. Giorgianni and Dr. Stephen M. Giorgianni It's almost impossible to turn on the TV or open a newspaper (or website) without hearing about testosterone deficiency in men. We're barraged with information that ranges from scientifically c...
  • Tea and Conversations with African American Women

    The inaugural Los Angeles Tea and Conversations with African American women will be held on Saturday, July 19, 2014 starting at 10 a.m. at the African American Firefighter Museum, 1401 S. Central Blvd.  Tea and Conversations is a networking, educatio...
  • Love is an Ability: July 19 Seminar by Relationship Master Hellen Chen

    Relationship master, Hellen Chen, will arrive in Los Angeles to share the secrets of how to make a relationship last. Three times #1 bestselling author and relationship master Hellen Chen has helped at least 100 singles who had ...
  • The Congressional Black Caucus Has No Conscience

    The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) describes itself as "the conscience of the U.S. Congress." According to the dictionary, conscience is the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one's conduct or motives. Notice that the root of the word conscience i...

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