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  • Problems Created by “The Right of Survivorship”

    In my practice I am confronted on a regular basis by a common problem – the use of joint tenancy deeds to create joint interests in real estate without a full understanding of the impact of joint tenancy. Joint tenancy, by legal definition, carries with...
  • Have You Protected Your Family?

    Taking time to look closely at your family's financial protection should not be taken for granted. Have you ever thought through scenarios with your absence, could your family continue their lifestyle or would they be at the mercy of family and friends? T...
  • Father's Day: Three Qualities That Make Dads Great

    As we recognize fathers everywhere, parenting and education experts Laura and Malcolm Gauld share some words of wisdom about what they've seen work best for dads who are successful in their parenting. As the president and head of family programs of the H...
  • Interracial Marriages: Blacks are the Last Choice of Other Groups

    Most news stories about a new study showing that 22 percent of Black male newlyweds and 9 percent of African-American females marry outside their race neglected to report another major finding: When Whites, Hispanics and Asians decide to marry outside the...
  • Things Fall Apart - The BP Oil Spill

    William Butler Yeats did a good job of capturing a harrowing pandemonium in his poem, The Second Coming. He wrote, in 1919 and published in 1920: Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,The blood-dimmed tide is lo...
  • Obama’s Oil Spill Leadership

    The charge that the oil spill in the Gulf is Obama's Katrina is bogus because there was no comparison between the swift manner in which he deployed his administration to deal with the crisis and Bush's approach to Katrina. The oil explosion happened on A...
  • Support for Dr. Williams

    "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." Dr. King's words are as important and poignant today as they were during the Civil Rights era. So let's not kid ourselves, what has happened to Cleveland Elementary School's principal, Dr. Francine...
  • Why African Americans and Latinos Must Get Along

    African Americans and Latinos have too much in common not to get along better. Both communities face high unemployment rates, high dropout rates, systemic poverty, gang violence, a disproportionate number of prison inmates and continual discrimination. ...
  • “Father's Day 2010”

    Over the years I have had the opportunity of using this column on Father's Day to write about my father, my three sons and their families, and my seven grandchildren. In 2007, I wrote about how proud I was of my sons and how they have grown into men who l...
  • Yarbrough, Wormley, Named Journal 2010 Fathers of the Year

    Each year as the Journal chooses a father of the year, we generally select only one. This year we choose two men who have touched the lives of many youth in the community. These men have proven themselves to be great examples of what it means to be a fath...
  • Black Music and Black Progress, Sidetracked!

    June is Black Music Month it is a month that celebrates and recognizes the contributions of Black Music to the world scene. Black music brings to mind images of Jazz and Blues from New Orleans and Memphis. It brings to mind the Harlem Renaissance with na...
  • Bishop Charles E. Blake Awarded Honorary Doctorate LA by CSU Board of Trustees

    Los Angeles, CA – June 8, 2010 – West Angeles Church pastor Charles E. Blake will receive an honorary doctorate from the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees at Cal State L.A.'s Commencement ceremony Saturday, June 12. "I am pleased th...
  • Career Transitions Offered at Pasadena Public Library

    Job search assistance is one of the top needs of public library patrons, according to the American Library Association. Beginning June 15 Pasadena Public Library will offer web-based Career Transitions, an electronic resource offering a comprehensive gui...
  • Higher Education Leaders Receive TCWF Champions of Health Professions Diversity Award

    SAN FRANCISCO, May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Three extraordinary higher education leaders will be honored as the 2010 Champions of Health Professions Diversity by The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF). University of California San Diego Associate Chancellor ...
  • Know When to Claim Tax Credits, Deductions

    Tax credits and tax deductions are two common ways people lower their income tax bills. Although similar in intention, these two tax-reduction methods have fundamental differences and are not interchangeable. Knowing the difference can have a big impact o...
  • Profit Finishes Second at NCAAs Maryland junior earns All-America status in Heptathlon

            EUGENE, OR - Kiani Profit of the University of Maryland posted the best time in the field in the 800-meter run to finish in second place in the women's heptathlon Thursday at ...
  • Summer Business Institute Instructor

    Company: Academy of Business LeadershipLocation: Rosemead, CA ACADEMY OF BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SUMMER BUSINESS INSTITUTE INSTRUCTOR Company Information The Academy of Business Leadership (ABL) is seeking high-energy top business school MBA graduates to te...
  • Pasadena to Come Alive with Make Music Pasadena

    PASADENA, CA (June 2010 ) – Downtown Pasadena will explode with music for the third annual Make Music Pasadena on Saturday, June 19, from 11 am until 11 pm. The city will turn into a massive musical playground as hundreds of musicians flood the streets ...
  • Lisa Ling, raising awareness of homelessness in Pasadena

    Pasadena, CA, Wednesday, June 9, 2010 - Award-winning investigative journalist and correspondent for the Oprah Winfrey Show, ABC, and CNN, Lisa Ling, spoke today at a lunch benefiting Door of Hope, a Pasadena and Glendale-based non-profit organization aim...
  • Panera Bread Now Hiring in La Canada

    Local bakery café hiring for up to 50 positions WHAT: Panera Bread in La Canada is now hiring! The new location willl offer local residents and families the well known specialty bread/bakery-café’s menu of offerings including sandwiches, soups serve...

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