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  • “Oops, I Did It Again”

    "Oops, I did it again" is a familiar lyric that applies to many of us when it comes to our "to do" lists. We make resolutions with good intentions, but don't follow through. Maybe it should be "oops I didn't do it, again." If you accomplished one signi...
  • Your Unintended Heir – The State

    In an age of unprecedented possibilities for social communication and human connectedness, it is almost impossible to image anyone leaving this world without a single person to belong to. Not a family member, not an old friend, not even a familiar neighbo...
  • Why I Go To Church

    I go to church to hear a word from the Lord, to worship God, and to fulfill my spiritual needs where I look to spiritual leaders, role models, and spiritual guides.I enjoy church fellowships – those in services, Sunday school, and church activities, as ...
  • A Calling We Must Bear

    As I reflect upon life, observing global events that seem to be playing themselves out in the popular media (the Hatian earthquake devastation, the economic crisis that has lead to many losing their jobs, homes and even their sanity at times), I realize t...
  • BCS Changed Policy Without Knowing History

    In the early 1970's John McKay and his USC Trojan football team traveled to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to take on Paul " Bear" Bryant and the Crimson Tide. It was a regular season game but its impact would be felt nationally and help change the face of college f...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    I Cannot Wait for the SUPER BOWL! The Colts and the Saints have made professional football fun for me again. I look forward to a game where there are lots of passes thrown, and each side scores a bunch of touchdowns. While I respect the purists who li...
  • Help Haiti Now

    (NNPA) - My faith in the essential goodness of the American people and our government has been strengthened as I have witnessed the extraordinary mobilization of relief efforts on behalf of the nation of Haiti following the devastating January 12 earthqua...
  • Nominations for Women of Achievement Awards Now Being Accepted

    YWCA San Gabriel Valley is now accepting nominations of women who have achieved extraordinary success in their field of work, study or volunteer service to be honored at the 26th annual Women of Achievement Awards, according to Miki Carpenter, President o...
  • Letter From Our Elder

    On November 13, 2009, I was inspired and encouraged—I saw hope. I attended the Corporate Advisory Board of the WaterLand Fisheries, Inc., in Hurlock, Maryland. Dr. Claud Anderson is the brain behind the venture. Many write about what we ought to do; and...
  • Portantino’s Rape Kit Testing Bill Gives Governor Second Chance to do the Right Thing, Passes Assembly Public Safety Committee

    Assemblymember Anthony Portantino's (D – La Cañada Flintridge), latest effort to shed light on the problem of untested rape kits in California was approved by the Assembly Public Safety Committee by a vote of 7-0. The measure, Assembly Bill 558, would...
  • Sen. Carol Liu Receives Small Business Lesiglative Honor

    The California Small Business Association (CSBA) has honored Sen. Carol Liu for her leadership and voting record on small business legislation. ...
  • Field of Dreams, Robinson Park Multi Purpose Field Grand Opening

    For Greg Mosley and Ishmael Trone the Robinson Park multi-purpose field is a dream come true. Ten years ago the first meeting launched a collaboration of community and city resources that took their idea from  drawings to ...
  • Fantasy Tours Celebrates Twelve Years of World Travel

    Fantasy Tours have traveled to the Panama Canal, Mexico, Columbia, the Caribbean, Dubai, Jordan, Zimbabee, Zambia, Argentina, Austria, Argentina, and many other destinations:  worldwide and local day trips. Owners are: Tommy McMullin, president; Same...
  • Southern California Edison Reaches Out to Customers to Help Lower Their Bills

    Many Californians find themselves facing tough financial situations, and Southern California Edison (SCE) is reaching out to help. According to a recent survey, about 12 percent of SCE’s customers – 480,000 – are having trouble paying their bills. ...
  • I Love Vacations

    I really cherish and look forward to vacations. Whether it’s a quick day trip or an extended journey, I always try to forget about the work awaiting my return. When the time to return home inevitably rolls around, I’m usually still smiling, however, b...
  • Muir High School to Host Cash for College Workshop January 23

    Students & Families Get Help in Applying for Scholarships & Grants To prepare students for college and career success, John Muir High School’s Parent, Teacher and Student Association (PTSA) will host a Cash for College workshop on Saturday, Jan...
  • Southern California Edison Joins Black College Expo . . .

    . . . in Helping Over 250,000 Students with College, Careers and BeyondThe Black College Expo returns to Los Angeles for its eleventh year.  The Expo will take place on Saturday, January 23, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention C...
  • West Pasadena Little League Announces New President

    The West Pasadena Little League has announced the appointment of Miles Morris as President.  Morris is a 45 year resident of Pasadena, serving his third season with the West Pasadena Little League. He began his tenure as a Major Division coach in 200...
  • Haitian Devastation: A Theological Response

    On January 12th a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the capital city of Haiti, Port-au-Prince. In the immediate aftermath, set against the backdrop of the rubble, smoke, corpses and frantic chaos, faint prayers echoed and reverberated throughout...
  • Exercising By The Power Of His Might

    Is there anyone besides me who is challenged with restarting their lifestyle of exercise and right nutrition after the holidays?    I generally take a break from my habitual routine of exercising and eating right during the holidays (the mo...

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