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  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., The Man Who Had A Dream

    By Nailah ShorterAge 11 - Grade 6 Pasadena, CA • Dr. King was a famous leader of the Civil Rights Movement. He was born in the segregated South. • He completed his education earning a Ph.D. • He married and became father of two boys and twp girl...
  • My Trips to London

    By Leonard E. Burnett, IIIAge 9 - Grade 4 Harlem, New York I have visited London on three trips. My mom was born and raised in London. The flight from New York to London takes about five hours. London is the capitol of England. I find it interesting tha...
  • Hey, Auri!

    The Hey Auri! Column is dedicated to answering your questions and providing helpful advice. Hey Auri! I just graduated from school with an AA degree, but now I want to go into another field, so I am enrolled in a community college right now. I was o...
  • Student Ambassadors Assist BCS Championship Weekend Visitors

    Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation LAMP Mentor Student Ambassadors with adult mentors. They include (from left) First Row:  Carlo Taglioretti, Emmanuel Akosah, Evan Monroe, and Coleman Bryant. Second Row: Cole Clark, Payton Faulkner, Mich...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    THE ROCKY ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL . . . Let's face it, almost everyone is obsessed with the upcoming Super Bowl. There are still four teams trying to win it. Only two can play for it, and only one can win it. So, let's get to work. AFC: New England at De...
  • Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  • Martin Luther King Celebration in Pasadena

    Dr. Martin Luther King's enduring influence on the continuing struggle to ensure equality and justice for every American will be celebrated at a community service to be held at Metropolitan Baptist Church, 2283 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Altadena, on Sunday, Ja...
  • Leave Your Hypocritical Side Back in 2013

    There are many temporal New Year Resolutions that are nonessential to a good relationship. Among them are resolutions like: changing your hairstyle; volunteering more often; paying tithes more faithfully at church, etc. Such unilateral vows doesn't or sho...
  • Okay, Now I Remember

    Memory is a beautiful thing, that is, when it is working. I must confess there are many times in which my memory is on some kind of a vacation. What I want to know is simply this, how do you know you have forgotten something if you have forgotten it? I ...
  • Balancing Life and Death

    Every few years national headlines are captured by news of a family caught in the throes of making difficult medical decisions. In the past we heard about Karen Quinlan and Terry Schaivo. In both cases the young women were kept alive for years by artifici...
  • Making Preparation

    It is advantageous to look ahead in life and plan for those events that we know are upcoming. Planning ahead is especially important for major life events: college, marriage, retirement, and other milestones. Wisdom dictates that we purchase life insuranc...
  • How to Recruit Fundraising Volunteers

    Successful fundraising requires qualified volunteer leadership. Whether you are launching an annual campaign or a capital campaign you need a campaign chair who is committed to your cause and willing to put in the time required to achieve your fundraising...
  • The War on Poverty – and MLK

    We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty at roughly the same time we're observing the 85th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. That's fitting because despite the concentrated effort to neuter King by overemphasizing his 1964 "I Ha...
  • King’s True Legacy

    This month will mark the 85th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Across the nation and throughout the world community, millions of people will pay tribute and celebrate the birth of one our greatest freedom fighters and most effective leaders. The le...
  • Assemblymember Chris Holden’s Statement on Governor’s 2-14-2015 Budget Proposal

    "I am very pleased that the state's finances continue to turn around and that Governor Brown has proposed reinvesting in California's future while maintaining budget stability. That's good news for our state and for the 41st Assembly District. This budge...
  • Martin Luther King Jr Day 2014 Closures & Reminders for Pasadena

    Pasadena residents and businesses are reminded that City Hall and many City services will be closed Monday, January 20, 2014, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Specific closures, reminders and exceptions are noted below. The Pasadena Fire and...
  • Baseball Reliquary Announces Candidates for 2014 Election of the Shrine of the Eternals

    The Baseball Reliquary, Inc. has announced its list of fifty eligible candidates for the 2014 election of the Shrine of the Eternals, the membership organization's equivalent to the Baseball Hall of Fame. This year marks the sixteenth annual election of t...
  • Final Hours for Two Initiatives Benefitting Pasadena Unified Students, Staff and Programs

    Go Public Benefit Screening on January 22 Pasadena Educational Foundation (PEF) is hosting a TUGG benefit screening of GO PUBLIC on Wednesday, January 22nd (please see details below). This screening is raising funds for PEF's signature Teacher Grants pro...
  • Covered California Unveils New Bilingual Advertising Campaign

    Additional Radio Ads Scheduled to Remind Enrollees to Pay Their First Premium Before January 15 Los Angeles, CA — Covered California™ today unveiled its new, statewide television advertisement campaign that includes an intensified effort to reach Spa...
  • Mozart Clarinet Concerto and Schumann Symphony Featured in Pasadena Community Orchestra's January Concert

    Mozart's Overture to the Marriage of Figaro Overture Rounds Out Program Pasadena, CA -- On Friday, January 31, 2014, clarinetist David Nicholson, who has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on its last two international tours, as well as with man...

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