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  • On Your Mark … Get Set … Duck!

    Kidspace Children's Museum Hosts the 1st Annual Rubber Ducky Race This Memorial Day Weekend It may not be the Indianapolis 500; but this Memorial Day Weekend toy rubber ducks will be squeaking all over Kidspace Children's Museum in anticipation of winni...
  • The Asa Hilliard Lifelong Learning Scholarship Awarded by Elderhostel Now in its Third Year

    Elderhostel is pleased to announce the third annual Asa Grant Hilliard III Award for Lifelong Learning. The 2010 Asa Grant Hilliard III Award for Lifelong Learning is now open to applicants and will be presented this year at the 2010 annual conference of...
  • Marking the Time and Reflecting the Past

    In Search of the Voice of Black America At the close of April, two events in a strange way are curiously related. Both events remind me of a time when Black American exhibited a uniquely and largely singular voice in this country. This reigning Black vo...
  • The Lord's Guidance On Exercise: That Will Stand!

    So there are a thousand and one products out there which claim to help us with our desire to be fit and trim, and the great majority of them even offer a "money back guarantee". How wonderful - Nothing to lose; except in some cases the very health you're...
  • Veterans Burial Benefits

    On Memorial Day we commemorate those men and women who have died in service to their country. There are observances at cemeteries and memorials held around our nation, as well as in our capitol. In 1865, Abraham Lincoln in his second inaugural address, ...
  • The Importance of Proper Beneficiary Designations

    We are all busy and have a long list of "things to do" that we keep putting off. One of those "things" that should be done periodically is reviewing and verifying the beneficiary designations on our various accounts. Most financial institutions require th...
  • Taking Back Our Children’s Health

    (NNPA) - More than 10 million children are sitting on the sidelines of kid-hood. Many have low expectations for everyday life. Their parents and caregivers – especially those in urban areas – watch as their children miss out on playing outside, stru...
  • The Tom Joyner Morning Show on Steroids

    I just returned from the 7-day Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage from Miami to St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Coco Cay, Bahamas. This was my first time on the cruise and if you've never been on one, picture The Tom Joyner Morning Show on steroids. As w...
  • Memo to the Boss

    Subject: The Irony of Mothers, Rappers and Shootings! Aubrey Berry was acquitted of murder last week in a Los Angeles Courtroom. His trial resulted from the fact that he shot 24 year old rapper Roderick Anthony Burton II to death in a parking lot at th...
  • Anti-Apartheid Activist Warned of Rich-Poor Gap

    Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert, a scholar, author and former member of the anti-apartheid opposition, died this week at age 70 during treatment for liver and other problems. Before he died, he signaled the dangers of the growing gap between rich and poor. "I ...
  • U.N. Refuses to Cancel Prize Named for Dictator

    A life sciences award administered by the U.N. agency, UNESCO, and funded by the President of Equatorial Guinea has stirred outrage among the exile community and human rights activists worldwide. In a letter to the Paris-based UNESCO office, Tutu Alicant...
  • Lost Employment and Business Opportunities

    The current business and employment slump provide great opportunities for self employment and business creation. There is a great need for opening more trade schools and private schools for tutoring and skills training. There is a need for Saturday school...
  • Are Latinos Sharing or Taking Over?

    It's been happening quietly for a number of years. It's like the elephant in the room that everybody sees but nobody will say anything about. We see it in our towns, our schools, and in our government and public offices. It's like the Kudzu plant. If y...
  • Marathon Champ Opens Resort in Ethiopia

    After beating some of the fastest runners in the world, Haile Gebreselassie just fulfilled another dream – to open a sports resort in his home country of Ethiopia. Sitting on the shores of Lake Hawassa, the resort is about four hours south of the Ethio...
  • NAACP Outraged on Texas Schools Rewriting History

    NAACP President Benjamin Jealous and former U.S. Education Secretary Rod Paige are outraged. On Friday, the Texas Board of Education will decide whether to rewrite the state's social studies curriculum, which puts a conservative slant on American event...
  • “Ask George”

    Expert Answers to Common DMV Questions SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Do you have questions about general driving related requirements like registration and insurance? Are you unclear about laws and restrictions related to driving? The California Department of ...
  • Always Buckle Up - For You and Your Family

    Seat Belt Ticket Increases to $142 PASADENA, Calif. – If you're planning to hit the road for a late spring or early summer getaway, be sure that everyone in the car wears their seat belt on every trip, day and night. Law enforcement throughout the st...
  • Bacteria are Found on Both Acne and Strawberries

    The bacteria associated with acne are actually present in everyone’s skin. The problem is that some people have more of these bacteria which in turn set off a process that end up with the skin and pores inflamed. The bacteria on the surface of strawberr...
  • Tournament of Roses Foundation Gives $100,000 to Local Non-Profit Organizations

    Grants Benefit 20 San Gabriel Valley Agencies PASADENA, Calif. (May 17, 2010) – Tournament of Roses Foundation President Wellington Chen distributed grant checks totaling more than $100,000 to 20 civic, educational and cultural organizations in the Sa...

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