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  • Five Emotions to Watch Out for in Your Relationship with Money

    Understanding Underlying Feelings Can Free Women for Financial & Personal Success, Says Business Coach Everyone has a relationship with money, but for women, it's much more fraught with emotion, says Meriflor Toneatto. When we avoid and ignore those...
  • Ellen & Anthony Portantino Honored at National Parent’s Day Celebration

    Twenty-six parent couples, including Ellen & Anthony Portantino, were honored by the National Parents Day Coalition at Pasadena City Hall on July 26th. The awards were presented by Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard in recognition of the honorees being exemp...
  • NATHA Celebrates Summer Youth Programs Success!

      Qiana Charles (rear, center), Senior Community Liaison, Southern California Edison, with some of NATHA's Summer Progam participants, college interns, and Executive Director Celestine McFearn-Walker (far right).   Neighbors...
  • New Model Based on Community Input Unveiled for Robinson Park Renovation Project

    Architects Vince Pepito, second from left, and Javan Nabili, right, share a moment with a community member, Gerald Grimes, left, who makes a comment. A new model design, which was a culmination of three prior community engagemen...
  • National Congress of Black Women, Inc., Annual Awards and Scholarship Luncheon

    The National Congress of Black Women, Inc., Los Angeles Chapter (NCBW-LAC), under the leadership of E. Faye Williams, Esq., of Washington, D.C., will host its 2014 Annual Awards and Scholarship Luncheon "Honoring Those Making A Differences" on Saturday, A...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    Congratulations and condolences to new Lakers head coach, Byron Scott. The only thing good about this job right now is the salary. Other than that, you have a big mess on your hands. This is a team with just a minimal amount of talent, except for Kobe Bry...
  • And the Heat Goes On . . . And On .. And On

    This past week found me in a bit of trouble with the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage . . . well, more than normal. It has become rather normal for me to be in trouble with her. No matter how hard I try "not to be," it always is "to be." This week was ...
  • Flexibility in Estate Planning

    "Mama, Dad's been gone for two years now and you have lots of money in the bank; your home is paid for and your beat up car was paid for years ago; you should really go out and live it up! You deserve it! Buy a new car, go on some cruises, and visit a for...
  • Restore Your Credit and Live a Normal Life Again - You Deserve It

    Hello, this is Dr. Rosie Milligan. I have been made aware of a growing problem that is impacting the masses. As I began to interview people, I discovered that so many people have already been challenged severely by the credit system and their credit scor...
  • Seven Steps to Developing Self-Aware Children

    Self-awareness is a key predictor of a child's ability to be balanced and secure in life. Being self-aware helps kids establish positive peer relationships, allows them to get along well at home and to respect authority. Self-awareness is at the core of e...
  • Reader Success!

    An Interview with Judy DavisPart Two of a Two-Part Series "I did not recruit leadership, instead I embraced leadership." This is what we learned from Judy Davis membership outreach manager at the Metal Museum in Memphis. We were talking with Davis to lea...
  • Democrats’ Smart Butt White Boys Syndrome

    In 1984, former UN Ambassador Andrew Young described the inner circle of Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale as "smart a– White boys" who thought they knew everything. Obviously, they didn't because Mondale lost the general election by a larg...
  • Taxpayers Fund Corporate Tax Avoiders

    Last quarter's rate of economic growth is good news, especially after the economy stalled, losing momentum in the first quarter of 2014. Many said it was an aberration, caused by bad weather, especially since economic growth in the last half of 2013 was m...
  • NAACP Statements Regarding Staten Island Medical Examiner’s Homicide Ruling in Police Chokehold Death of Eric Garner

    Cornell William Brooks, NAACP President and CEO: "The NAACP will continue to monitor and advocate for justice on behalf of Mr. Eric Garner and his family. We believe that yesterday's ruling by the Staten Island medical examiner is an important first step...
  • Community Advocate Brenda Marsh-Mitchell Succumbs

      Brenda Marsh Mitchell with Danny Bakewell, Sr. Los Angeles Sentinel [08/04/14] - It is with great sadness that the Sentinel announces the passing of our beloved friend, family member and community advocate Brenda Marsh-M...
  • County and Partners Team Up to Help Financially Empower Low-Income to Make Better Financial Decisions

    Los Angeles, CA - The County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS), along with the County Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) and the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have partnered to introduce "Your Money, Your Goals: A Financial ...
  • Rep. Chu "Ecstatic" about NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Mission

    Washington, D.C. – This week, NASA announced plans for an unprecedented voyage to Mars in 2020. Rep. Judy Chu (CA-27), whose district includes Caltech, which operates the Jet Propulsion Lab for NASA, released the following statement: "I am ecstatic abo...
  • Asm. Holden Co-Hosts Family Safety Festival at Kidspace

    Free Child Car Seat Inspection Pasadena, CA – Not sure if your child's car seat is safe? Assemblymember Chris Holden, Kids Are 1st and Kidspace Children's Museum are hosting a Family Safety Festival. The festival includes free child safety seat checks...
  • CFPB Returns $4.6 Billion to Consumers in Four Years

    In recent days, many policymakers and analysts have noted the July 21 anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). It marked the anniversary of President Obama signing the historic Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act into law. The corner...
  • Africa’s Rich Agricultural Assets

    It reminds me of the classic Gone with the Wind. A young Scarlet O'Hara was standing in a field with her father. He picks up a handful of dirt and puts it in Scarlet's hand and replies "Remember, it's the land Scarlet. It won't leave you. It can make you ...

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