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  • Seeds From The Sower

    A boy was asked, “Is your father a Christian?” “I heard that he was,” he answered, “but he’s not working at it.” How about you? No, you’re not saved because of your works, but if you’re saved you’ll work. Isn’t it time you pout s...
  • 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 ...
  • Your Mutual Fund: Understanding the Expenses

    U.S. investors have close to $12 trillion socked away in mutual funds, according to the Investment Company Institute. About 44 percent of U.S. households - or roughly 90 million investors - have a mutual fund investment. Despite a surge of withdrawals dur...
  • Travel Tips

    In 2000 I went on my very first cruise.  The Pasadena/Altadena chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., was celebrating 40 years of service to the community and we decided to celebrate in various ways throughout the year. I suggested a three-day ...
  • Emotional Eating: A Spiritual Hunger

    Part One Do you suspect that you sometimes eat for reasons other than hunger? Do you eat when you are: *  Lonely?*  Angry? *  Tired/Exhausted?*  Happy?*  Jealous/Envious?*  Nervous/Anxious?*  Resentful?*  H...
  • College Opportunities

    Usually there are two worries for those planning to go to college. The first is getting in to the school of your choice, and the second is figuring out how you’re going to pay for it. Going to college is the dream of some high school students, and most ...
  • The Politics of Unemployment and the Attacks on the President

    Recent unemployment reports have given the critics of President Obama another excuse to blame him for the economic problems of the country. Those most critical of him are the Republicans, the Tea Party and every conservative American and business interest...
  • How Are Black Men Faring And What Are Some Solutions?

    Some people have a misconceived notion that blacks in America have jumped over their hurdle of racism and are elevated because we now have the opportunity to have a great “Black President”.  We have definitely become victorious in that sense and ...
  • ACLU of California Statement on California Prison Hunger Strike

    The ACLU of California supports the striking prisoners’ demands to end cruel and inhumane conditions in the Security Housing Unit (SHU) at Pelican Bay State Prison.  These conditions include prolonged, solitary confinement in small, windowless conc...
  • Retirement Announcement by Pasadena Fire Chief Dennis Downs

    It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing my retirement, effective Monday, September 26th.  Although I am excited about beginning this next chapter in my life, I am sad to realize that I won’t be able to see many of you as often as I do now.&n...
  • Are Impulse Buys Killing Your Retirement?

    Expert Reveals How Coffee, Muffins and Lunch Can Add Up to More Gold In Your Golden Years As a registered investment advisor, Steve Orr is used to juggling millions, but he knows those millions started out as pennies. “It’s the little things,” sai...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    THE NFL - No one has ever accused me of being the brightest bulb in the room. Therefore, I hope that the readers will be gentle with me, when I say that I do not understand why the NFL did what it did. It seems to me that they would've come to pretty much...
  • Eric Walsh, M.D. M.P.H.

    With a specialty in Public Health, Dr. Eric Walsh currently serves as Director and Health Officer for the Pasadena Health Department.  Dr. Walsh says he watched the crack explosion of the 1980’s and the negative impact it had on the Black community...
  • NAACP President Challenges Nation's Leaders to Preserve Key Services for the Most Vulnerable Americans

    President and CEO Benjamin Todd Jealous: Let the Tax Cuts Expire Condemns Coordinated Extremist Push to Roll Back Voting Rights   (LOS ANGELES, CA) – In his keynote address during the First Plenary Session of the 102nd Annual NAACP Convention, N...
  • Free Dental Care Available To Those in Need at Upcoming Dentistry From The Heart Event

    Who: Foothill Dental Center will host a Dentistry From The Heart free dental care event. What: Dr. Emily Letran along with her team at Foothill Dental Center will give back to their community again by hosting a Dentistry From The Heart&nb...
  • "Ask George"

    Expert Answers to Common DMV Questions SACRAMENTO, CA – Do you have questions about general driving related requirements like registration and insurance? Are you unclear about laws and restrictions related to driving? The California Department of Motor...
  • Undermining the Right to Vote

    There is no right more precious in our nation than the right of citizens to cast a ballot on Election Day.  That is why generations of Americans have sacrificed and even died in efforts to expand the right to vote.  Yet across the country, power...
  • Kidspace Children's Musuem August Events

    Kidspace Children’s Museum Calendar of Events AUGUST 2011 Free Family Night - Tuesday, August 2, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Come see the works of art created during Plein-Air Week at Kidspace.  A special exhibition takes place in the Celebration Cen...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Marc Tyler - The USC football star was leaving a nightclub when someone thrust a camera into his face and asked him, if he was being paid to play football at USC. Being on camera, apparently made him feel that he was the next coming of Richard Pryor. So, ...
  • It Wasn’t Me: The Devil Made Me Do It!

    “Some therefore cried one thing, and some another: for the assembly was confused; and the more part knew not wherefore they were come together.” ~ Acts 19:32 Now those who know me know that I am not quick to give the devil too much credit.  Some...

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