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  • Talk About Parenting with Shirlee Smith, the Award Winning Parenting Show That Talks Common Sense

    Show guest, Ken Ellison, social worker with Department of Children and Family Services and lead convener of Akoko-Nan Parent Education and Support Group will provide viewers with his perspective of "The Parent Responsibility Issue." Tune in Thursday, Apr...
  • Friends Host Sale of 9,000 Mystery/Thrillers

    Bring Your Bags and Boxes to Shop Our 9,000 (3,600 Signed by the Author) Contemporary Mystery, Thriller and Political Intrigue Book Collection. ...
  • Obama Administration Releases March Housing Scorecard

    WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of the Treasury today released the March edition of the Obama Administration's Housing Scorecard. Officials caution that the latest housing figures underscore ...
  • PCC Police and Safety Services to Host Week Long Police Cadet Academy

    The Pasadena City College Police and Safety Services will host and organize the Third Annual Police Cadet Academy beginning April 18. The weeklong program will take police cadets from the Southern California region through a simulated police academy. The...
  • Pasadena Earth & Arts Festival is April 16

    The Pasadena Earth & Arts Festival returns to Old Pasadena on Saturday, April 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., celebrating all things green and artistic through hands-on activities, product demonstrations, resource sharing, live entertainment and eco-Jeopa...
  • St. Andrew Church Celebrated 125th Anniversary This Same Year with the City of Pasadena

    As Pasadena’s celebration year continues, two events at St Andrew Church on Raymond avenue made special history.  On April 7th, an Ecumenical Prayer Service honoring City of Pasadena Police and Fire “first responders” were celebrated by priests...
  • Statement Regarding New Security Measures at Dodger Stadium

    LOS ANGELES, April 8, 2011 – In response to the announcement of new security measures at Dodger Stadium after an attack in a stadium parking lot left San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow critically injured, Los Angeles Police Protective League President ...
  • Journal 2011 Women of Achievement Event a Great Success

      Since 2008, the Pasadena Journal has named their annual Women of Achievement. Its popularity grew in 2010 when The Journal sponsored its’ first annual breakfast to honor the women chosen for that year. That event held in a 90 capacity room of th...
  • The World is Changing

    We’re Losing Jobs and Education.  Don’t Be Left Behind. An Obion County, Tennessee family failed to pay their $75 Fire Insurance payment to support the locally privatized Fire Department. In September, 2010 their house caught on fire, and the fi...
  • Assemblymember Portantino Continues the Fight to Freeze Salaries of Highest Paid Workers

    Assemblymember Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) took his fight to control spending before the Assembly Public Employees Committee today when he presented his bill to freeze the salaries for state employees who earn over $150,000 per year. ...
  • Barbara Lee Decrease in National Unemployment Rate Encouraging

    Washington, DC - Representative Barbara Lee (D-CA) released the following statement today in reaction to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ announcement of monthly unemployment figures this morning: “It’s encouraging to learn that the national unemplo...
  • First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden to Launch Military Families Initiative April 12th

    A Nationwide Call to Action First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden will launch a national initiative to support and honor America’s service members and their families on Tuesday, April 12th at the White House.  The initiative aims to educat...
  • Emily Mayorga Named “Woman of the Year” in 29th Congressional District

    At a reception in Pasadena, Representative Adam Schiff (CA-29) honored Emily Mayorga of Alhambra for her commitment and service to our community by naming her a“Woman of the Year.” “Along with being a successful career woman, Emily has always been ...
  • Assembly Member Anthony Portantino Named Honorary Chairman for Mentoring & Partnership for Youth Development Annual Awards Dinner

    Mentoring & Partnership for Youth Development (MPYD) will be holding its Awards Dinner on Saturday, April 9, 2011 at Brookside Golf Course, located at 1133 Rosemont Avenue, Pasadena, CA. Themed “Changing Lives Through Mentoring,” the usually sold ...
  • The True Nature of Diets (Or - How to Lose 23 Lbs in One Year!)

    The other day while leafing through the March 2011 issue of Food and Wine, I came across an article by Peter Kaminsky, a professional chef, who wrote that he was able to lose weight simply by paying attention to what he cooked and ate!  He also empha...
  • Five Tips to Spring Clean Your Resume

    Career Coach and Author Ford R. Myers Offers Five Simple Ideas to Develop Attention-Getting Resumes If you find that your resume isn't getting the results you want, spring is the perfect time to clean it up. Ford R. Myers, Career Coach, Speaker and Auth...
  • Electronic Payments are a Must

    For years, Social Security has stressed the convenience, security, and safety of getting benefit payments electronically. Soon, direct deposit (or Direct Express) will not only be the best way to receive Federal benefit payments — it will be the only wa...
  • “Who Can Be Trusted?”

    When creating estate planning documents such as a living trust, power of attorney for finances or health care, or even a simple will, one of the most difficult decisions my estate planning clients face is: “Who can be trusted to handle my affairs if I b...
  • The Bethel Church Presents “Healing for the Soul” Musical

    The Bethel Church of Pasadena, in conjunction with D’Veal Family and Youth Services and the F.S. Stevens Family Life Center, presents a community-wide gospel musical entitled “Healing for the Soul”. This one-night only production is on Saturday, Apr...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    GOLIATH WINS MOST OF THE TIME! I just watched the Butler Bulldogs get crushed by the Connecticut Huskies. The final score was 53-41, but the game was not that close. The valiant Bulldogs had climbed the tournament ladder, by defeating one powerful oppone...

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