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  • Free Tax Preparation Services Available

    On Wednesday, February 22 from 2 to 7 p.m., the Office of California State Controller John Chiang in partnership with the City of Pasadena, District 1 Councilmember Jacque Robinson and Women at Work will provide free federal and state income tax preparati...
  • YWCA Honors Inger Miller Olympic Gold Medalist

    Olympic Gold Medalist and Local Businesswoman Inger Miller will kick off the YWCA's 2012 Honors Series! Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 29th, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Ross Chapel at the Pasadena Neighborhood Unitarian Church, 301 N. ...
  • Opposition Goes Out for Votes in Historic Election First

    Municipal elections in Chad saw members of the opposition on the ballot in a first ever poll in the country's history for local office. Mayors in this central African country were previously appointed by the government of President Idriss Deby itno. Deb...
  • South African Schools to Drop Zulu and Xhosa Languages, Stirring Debate

    South African Model C primary schools have been quietly removing Zulu and Xhosa languages from their curriculum leaving English and Afrikaans, popularly known as "the oppressors' language" during the apartheid era as the medium of Instruction. The move w...
  • President and First Lady Host Dinner Honoring Troops Who Served in Iraq

    On Wednesday, February 29, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will host a dinner at the White House to honor our Armed Forces who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn and to honor their families. This dinner --- an expressi...
  • It all Began with a Love Note

    Forty-one years ago, I was a naïve 19-year-old just beginning life's journey. I do not like to brag but I was the poster child for naïveté. I had a few ideas about life but too few to make me a contributing member of the human society. What I knew abou...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    Two men stopped at a roadside café. Everything was dirty and they were about to leave when the waitress asked, "What will you have?" "A cup of coffee," said one. "I'll have coffee too," added the other, "and be sure to bring it in a clean cup." In a f...
  • NBC News Reporter Beverly White will Speak at Altadena Baptist Church's Black History Celebration

    Beverly White, veteran general assignment reporter for the "Channel Four News" who appears during prime time on KNBC, Los Angeles, will be the featured speaker at Altadena Baptist Church's Black History Celebration, Sunday, February 19, 5:00 PM. The progr...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    Tiger Woods seemed ready to roll last Sunday morning. He had played well the previous three days, and was in the position to make one of his historic charges. He started off well, but then things went horribly wrong. When the smoke had cleared, Phil Micke...
  • Grand Marshals Chosen to Lead Pasadena’s Black History Parade

    Pasadena's 30th Annual Black History Parade and Festival, Saturday, February 18, will reach back to its roots to feature as its grand marshal both noted community members and local Southern California celebrities. This year's community grand marshals wil...
  • Vintage Fashion Show and Tea

    Explores the Beautiful Looks of the Silver Screen Los Angeles–On Saturday, March 31, 2012 Heritage Square Museum's annual Vintage Fashion Show and Tea takes a look at the costume statements of the "Silver Screen". Beginning at 11 a.m., learn how fashi...
  • Portantino Wants Utilities To Be Prepared For Disaster

    Wind Disaster Highlights Need for Better Planning (AB 1650) Sacramento – In the wake of fierce winds and power outages that caused significant damage to parts of Southern California late last year, Assemblymember Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintr...
  • Tax and Other Financial Considerations After a Natural Disaster

    The year 2011 was a tough one for natural disasters, with hurricanes soaking the Atlantic coast, tornadoes wreaking havoc in Southern and Midwestern states and wildfires hitting Texas, among other events. If a natural disaster affected you this year, you ...
  • “The Law of Relatives”

    The State of California has laws that determine what happens to your worldly goods if you pass away without having made plans for their distribution. The important factor in determining who inherits the property is the legal relationship between the decea...
  • Done-In-A-Day Volunteer Project

    In recognition of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, volunteers from the Los Angeles Church of Christ & HOPE Worldwide Southern California joined forces this past Saturday with the Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena for a unique Done-In-A-Day ...
  • Ms. Alice Pulley Celebrates 92nd Birthday . . .

    . . . on January 16, 2012, amidst a gathering of family, friends and well-wishers from the 90+ Dream Team Ministry of First AME Church of Pasadena where Ms Pulley, of Pasadena, is a long-standing member. The 90+ Dream Team Ministry made a presentation of...
  • San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Operators Perform Precautionary Shutdown

    Southern California Edison (SCE), operator of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, has begun a precautionary shutdown of Unit 3 because sensors installed for this purpose detected a possible leak in one of the unit's steam generator tubes. The pote...
  • Read Across America Day

    On March 2, 2012, the staff and students of Huntington Learning Center of Pasadena will join millions of teachers and administrators, librarians, higher education faculty, education support professionals, students, and members of the National Education As...
  • Yours? Mine? Ours? Exploring Privatization

    Privatization — as redevelopment once was -- is the current hot trend to solve economic woes that reaps both benefits and repercussions. To help citizens understand what privatization really is and how it affects them, the League of Women Voters Pasaden...
  • Your Pharmacy May be in Danger

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is considering whether to allow a corporate merger that could result in great strides backward for African Americans and others suffering from economic and health ills. Stick with me, because it gets a little complicate...

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