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  • Altadena Community Garden Celebrates with 36th Annual Summer BBQ

    On July 17 the sun will rise at 5:54 AM in Northeast Los Angeles, the start of a 14 hour and 10 minute day. Solar noon, or day's midpoint, is traditionally a good time to take a break from the hot sun. Coincidentally, the Altadena Community Garden open...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LAKERS! Honesty compels me to start this column by acknowledging that I predicted that the Celtics would defeat the Lakers. However, as you know, they did not. I could now weasel word my prediction by pointing out that their start...
  • Publicity for Young Artist’s Concert Performed by the PSYCO

    The Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra (PSYCO) was founded in 1986 by Roberta Wilcox to give talented high school and college students an opportunity to play with outstanding conductors and study classical music. The Young Artist's Concert was added...
  • Thirty Seven Reasons for Hope and Joy

    On June 18, 2010 the Thirty Seven diverse hard-working graduates of the Pasadena/Altadena Apprenticeship Preparation Program (inspired by Councilmember Jacque Robinson's 2020 Initiative), received their Certificate after completing a 240 hour program. Thi...
  • 20th Anniversary Celebration Sue B. Dance Company, Inc. presents

    Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Sue! Sue B. Dance Co. will present their annual June Production on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. at the historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre located at 4401 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA. The...
  • Pasadena Deltas Present a “Celebration of Excellence”

    On Saturday, May 15, 2010, the Altadena Senior Center was filled with community members, elected officials, school personnel, family and friends as the Pasadena Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. hosted its annual reception in honor of th...
  • Quality of Life Center, Inc. Honors Pasadena/Altadena Area Academic Achievers

    The Quality of Life Center, Inc. and approximately 1,000 guest honored local students from the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) during the 5th Annual Bright Futures Scholars Graduation and Awards Luncheon on Sunday, June 6 at the Pasadena Conventio...
  • Olive Ruth Harris Celebrates 105th Birthday

    Mrs. Olive Ruth Harris was born June 24, 1905 in Bainbridge, GA. At the age of 14 she moved to California from Detroit, MI. Over the years she was a homemaker and she worked at J.L. Hudson's Department store as an elevator operator. Mrs. Harris has thr...
  • Metropolitan Baptist Church Celebrates 104 Years!

    Please join us as we celebrate our 104th Church Anniversary. Our theme is "GOD'S MAJESTY & LOVE, FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION", PSALM 145:4. Our speakers for this glorious occasion will be: 9:45 a.m. worship service:  Rev. Dr. Patrick Ross ...
  • Reflecting Upon the History of Israel: Where We May Find Ourselves Part I

      Reflecting upon the history that informs the Judeo-Christian heritage reminds one of the twelve sons of Jacob. Jacob, his named changed to Israel by God in Genesis 32:28 (after having wrestled all night with an Angel of the Lord), reminds us of oursel...
  • Say What You Mean - When It Comes To Exercise

    How "good" is your word? Are you someone whom others can count on to keep your word when you make a commitment, or are you more prone to flake? My experience with folks over the years has confirmed for me that most people who can't be relied upon to kee...
  • Financial Success - Through the Eyes of a Child

    The other day I spent time with my friends who have a beautiful 9-month old baby girl. I found myself intrigued with her actions, how she scanned the room to check her surrounding before crawling over to the coffee table. She sat at the base of the table ...
  • Marriage and Money: Planning for a Blissful Financial Future

    Preparing to tie the knot is an exciting time in a couple's life—and an ideal occasion to start preparing for a secure financial future together. Before saying "I do," couples should sit down to develop a financial strategy for the wedding and life bey...
  • PUSD Task Force Recommends Drop Out Reduction Strategies

    Board Members Join With Educators, Community Leaders to Lower Drop-Out Rate The Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Board of Education adopted recommendations aimed at reducing the dropout rate by 50 percent and increasing graduation rates district-...
  • A Timely Death

    Timing is everything, even in death. For some, the year 2010 will be a good year to die because persons dying in 2010 can pass their entire estate to their heirs free of death taxes! You might ask "what are death taxes"? Death taxes, also known as estate...
  • San Gabriel Valley Black Business Association...

    . . . Presents Lieutenant Rodney D. WallacePasadena Police Department, President - San Gabriel Valley Chapter of N.O.B.L.E.Discussing The Relationship Between Local Business And Law Enforcement June 25, 2010 • 1 pm — 3 pm, 236 West Mountain Ave...
  • Farmers Class-Action Lawsuit Attracts Thousands

    The Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association Incorporated (BFAA Inc.) filed a recent Motion To Intervene on May 19, 2010, in the class-action lawsuit otherwise known as The Black Farmers Lawsuit. This organization seeks intervention on behalf of Afr...
  • Fire Retardant to be Sprayed Around Rose Bowl Stadium

    Brush areas surrounding the Rose Bowl Stadium will be treated with the wildland fire retardant Phos-Chek on Wednesday, June 30, from 9 a.m. to early afternoon. The Pasadena Fire Department will take this proactive approach to diminish potential hazards d...
  • Assemblymember Portantino’s ‘911 Immunity’ Legislation Passes First Senate Committee

    Assembly Bill 1999 protects teens seeking medical help for intoxicated friends SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Anthony Portantino's bill encouraging teenagers to seek emergency medical help for underage drinkers passed its first Senate Committee today on ...
  • Summertime Blues

    Summertime is the time of year when young people traditionally find work and go to summer school or summer camp. This summer all of the above seem to be dead issues. The summer jobs are seemingly nonexistent because of the bad economy. Summer schools are ...

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