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  • The Business School for Anti-MBAs

    (poetsandquants.com) -- In the fall of 2008, when Lehman Brothers went kaput and the economy plunged into a deep recession, Yash Gupta was scampering around the country trying to drum up support for a new business school at Johns Hopkins University. It w...
  • Leslie Perry to Sign New Book

    Long time Altadena resident Leslie Perry will read from his book titled THE STORY MAN, a book of stories and plays. Mr. Perry has been on the storyteller trail for over thirty years. He is the only storyteller on the planet that some folks have ever know...
  • Ways You Can Improve Your Local Community

    (StatePoint) If you are like most Americans, you like your neighborhood and community but think it can be even better. While many citizens are concerned about the direction in which the country is heading, local communities are facing challenges concern...
  • Rosemary Children's Services Second Annual "Bubbles, Baubles, and Bling" Fundraiser to be Held at Maria De La Luz's Jewelry Shop

    PASADENA, CA- Back by popular demand, Rosemary Children's Services will hold its Second Annual "Bubbles, Baubles, and Bling" event on November 11, 2010 at the Pasadena shop of jewelry designer Maria de la Luz. Just in time for the holidays, guests will be...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    THE END OF THE WORLD IS FINALLY HERE!!! From the beginning of time, human beings have been curious as to how long the world would last. Would it go on forever? Or, at some point would it just end? They were also interested in learning if there would be ...
  • Nancy Wilson To Be Honored . . .

    . . . at Annual Brotherhood Crusade Pioneer of African American Achievement Award Dinner Song stylist and humanitarian, Nancy Wilson, has been selected to receive the prestigious 2010 Pioneer of African American Achievement Award by the Brotherhood Crus...
  • Free Housing Rights Workshop

    The Housing Rights Center (HRC), will be hosting a FREE 'Housing Rights Workshop' for City of Azusa residents and community members on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Azusa City Library, located at 729 N. Dalton Avenue, Azus...
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  • Halloween Safety Tips from Pasadena Fire Department

    Many hallmarks of Halloween – lit jack-o-lanterns, candle decorations and billowing costumes – pose fire safety hazards. As children and families select costumes and decorate their homes, the Pasadena Fire Department encourages everyone to implement ...
  • A Discourse With the Devil

    Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. He fasted forty days and forty nights, and afterwards he was famished. The tempter came and said to him, "If you are the Son of God, command these stones to become loaves ...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    A man came down from the hills all dressed up and carrying his Bible. "Where are you going?" asked a friend. "I've been hearing about the gambling, drinking, pretty girls, and partying in Las Vegas," said John, "and I'm going there to find out about it."...
  • The Art of Gifting

    When designating the distribution of an estate to beneficiaries, there are basically two levels of gifting. The first tier of gifts is known as "specific gifts". The second tier is known as "the residue". Specific gifts are those items that are particular...
  • Financial Reform and Consumers: What to Expect

    In July, President Obama signed into law a new financial regulatory reform bill that will have an impact everywhere from Wall Street to Main Street. While many of the law's provisions will not take effect immediately, consumers should be prepared to see c...
  • Healthy Tips for a Happy Halloween!

    Just yesterday I had a conversation with a worried mother of two: how to navigate the choppy holiday waters which begin with Halloween and stretch through an endless array of office treats, parties and snack opportunities, leading up to the familial stre...
  • Giving Thanks and Eating Well

    F.A.C.E. Diabetes and Anthony Anderson Encourage African Americans to "Make Over Your Sunday Meal" In recognition of November as National Diabetes Awareness Month and the start of the holiday season, Eli Lilly and Company and actor Anthony Anderson are ...
  • Children Can’t Vote But You Can – And Must

    As we enter into the home stretch of another election season, many pundits have been asking whether a lack of "enthusiasm" might keep some voters home. Questions about which voters are most "motivated" and "excited" seem to come up every election cycle. ...
  • Five Ways to Pick a Charity and Feel Good About Your Choice

    Giving money to a worthy cause should be a personally satisfying experience. But for many people donating money is nothing more than the impersonal experience of writing a check. Busy folks might not have the time to be active volunteers for the chariti...
  • Supporting Schiff for Congress

    As a Pasadena resident for over 25 years, I write this letter of support for Congressman Adam Schiff, 29th Congressional District, because of his solid record of supporting our diverse and deserving community. I am impressed with the variety of areas and ...
  • NAMI-SGV --A Grassroots Organization Supporting Those Impacted by Mental Illness

    There is a new public service program available in Pasadena for persons dealing with loved ones who have Borderline Personality Disorder, with or without diagnosis. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) affects some 18 million Americans and their familie...
  • Los Angeles Labor Federation Leader Calls Whitman’s Hiring of Undocumented Worker “The Ultimate in Hypocrisy”

    Maria Elena Durazo Says That "If Whitman truly believes in stronger workplace enforcement, she should voluntarily report to jail." Maria Elena Durazo, the leader of the Los Angeles labor movement, called Meg Whitman's hiring of an undocumented housekeepe...

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