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  • Connecting the Past Toward Our Future

    Black History Month Business FeatureWe study history to learn valuable lessons and to avoid tragic mistakes. ...
  • Reader comments on “Disagreement with Ruthie’s Blog”

    I was quite surprised by the passionate letter of disagreement that was printed in the February 11 Journal, taking issue with your January 28 Blog. ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    TIGER COME BACK, PLEASE! I can't speak for anyone else, but I can't wait for Tiger Woods to come back. His behavior was a surprise and a big disappointment to me. It broke my heart. I really wish that he had been the person that we all thought he was. Ho...
  • The Tax Advantages of Home Ownership

    If you own your own home, there are some significant tax advantages that can make the prospect more affordable. As a result of the uncertain economy, the federal government has also recently extended a popular tax credit through June of this year and broa...
  • Avoiding the Pitfalls of Joint Tenancy Through a Living Trust

    In past articles I discussed the problems that you could experience when you add someone to your real estate or bank account as a joint tenant. In summary: (1) once you add someone onto your property, you have created a joint owner of the property with an...
  • The Prayer of Hezekiah: Turning Your Face Toward The Wall

    "In those days Hezekiah became sick and was at the point of death. The prophet Isaiah son of Amoz came to him, and said to him, "Thus says the LORD: Set your house in order, for you shall die; you shall not recover." Then Hezekiah turned his face to the w...
  • Moved By What I Can't See

    Granted, the will and ability to exercise regularly and eat right are disciplines most of us don't possess. Ever wonder why? Well science says it is because we are creatures whose subconscious nature (after we've done all that's needed for survival) is ...
  • Pasadena Prom Dress Drive Helps Local High School Girls

    The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. ("JLP") is partnering with LA's Prom Closet to host a Prom Dress Drive during the month of February 2010. The Prom Dress Drive organized by Victoria Williams & Nicole Sandoz, two members of the League's Done in A Da...
  • Cameron Turner Black History Speaker

    Cameron Turner, a rising journalist and social commentator, will be the keynote speaker at the 25th annual Black History Celebration sponsored by Altadena Baptist Church, on Sunday, February 21, beginning at 5:00 PM. Turner is a native of Pasadena, where ...
  • ARTBreak 2010 Invites Student-Artists, Vendors and Volunteers

    Altadena ARTBreak 2010 Community Arts Festival organizers are seeking studentartists, vendors (food/arts and crafts/merchandise) and volunteers to take part in the day-long event which will be held at Farnsworth Park on Saturday, June 12, 2010, beginning ...
  • Write to Make it Right - Help Influence the Choice for the New Pasadena Police Chief

    The City of Pasadena received 66 applications to fill the important Chief of Police position and held numerous community forums. It is important that you WRITE to express to the City manager with a copy to Mayor Bill Bogaard about the type of person, ab...
  • The Pasadena Neighborhood Housing Services presents “A Time of Renewal” (pre) Spring Tea Party & Award Ceremony

    Saturday, February 27, 2010 from Noon to 4pm @ The Langham Huntington Hotel & Spa, Pasadena PASADENA, CA -- The Pasadena Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. (PNHS) will hold "A Time of Renewal" Spring Tea Party on Saturday, February 27, 2010 from noo...
  • A.M.E. Church Celebrate Founder, Refocus Its Mission

    African Methodist Episcopal Church pastors are celebrating its founder, tweaking the mission, while continuing to grapple with the stereotypical view of the church. February is more than Black History Month for the ...
  • Rosa Parks Memorial Project Unveiling

    The Art Team, myself along with San Diego artists, Nina Karavasiles and Mario Lara, invite you to the unveiling and dedication of a new memorial honoring civil rights activist Rosa Parks at the east entrance of San Diego Mesa College on Thursday, February...
  • Disagreement with Ruthie's Blog

    This response is to the article entitled "Why I go to Church" that was in the journal on last week [Jan 28, 2010]. As a woman that grew up around ministers and pastors, I found that the ...
  • Reverse Racism

    I have a question that is often asked in the white community but never addressed elsewhere, especially out loud. I would like to know what the outcry would be from all the minority ...
  • 24-Hour Fitness: Charity Should Begin At Home

    Here is fair warning to Altadena schools, charitable groups and nonprofits expecting that one of West Altadena's largest businesses (in terms of the volume of patrons, traffic generated and ...
  • Obama’s Undying Faith in Republicans

    You would think that after Republican leaders in the House and Senate united to oppose every major initiative that President Obama has proposed – ignoring how Americans would benefit from such programs – that he would finally get the message. Unfortun...
  • Remembering Howard Zinn

    When Howard Zinn passed away on January 27 at age 87, the nation mourned the loss of a pioneering historian and social activist who revolutionized the way millions of Americans, especially young Americans, ...
  • Coretta Scott King

    More Than Wife and Widow - Deserves Special Recognition Four years have passed since the death of Coretta Scott King on January 30, 2006.What greater time than now to commemorate her legacy by naming schools, federal and state office buildings and highwa...

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