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It's true, as a paid e-subscriber you have access to our pdf archives and can print a copy of our weekly print edition but it is not the same as getting our weekly newspaper delivered to your home or office.

While the web offers the opportunity to bring you news more frequently, our print publication gives us an opportunity to present local promotions and features not available for our website.

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When you subscribe to our print editions, you’ll get our most popular features (such as Joe’s editorial & our top local stories of the week) both in print and on the web. However, in our weekly print edition you'll find articles about well known public figures and articles by nationally syndicated columnists, along with local promotional items and events supported by The Journal that you will not see on our website.

When you add a subscription to our weekly print publication,  you get more Pasadena Journal than ever!

Some of the regular features you will find in our weekly print edition that you will not find on our website are:

  • An expanded calendar of events
  • Complete classifieds sections
  • Local advertising
  • As We Speak by Dr. Gerda Govine Ituarte
  • Additional commentary and humor
  • Julianne Malveaux
  • George Curry
  • Marian Wright Edelman
  • Fictitious business name filings

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Black News and News Makers in History

7/31/1961: Laurence Fishburne, Jr., actor, born.

8/1/1869: Augustus Nathaniel Lushington becomes first African American to earn Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

8/1/1879: Mary Eliza Mahoney, becomes first African American to graduate from nursing school.

8/1/1993: Barbara Ross-Lee, physician & educator, becomes first African American woman to head U.S. medical school.

8/1/1924: James Baldwin, author, born.

8/2/1982: Jackie Robinson honored by U.S. Postal Service with commemorative stamp, fifth in its Black Heritage USA series.

8/3/1897: Lloyd P. Ray, inventor, receives patent for stand up dust pan.

8/3/1908: Allen Allensworth, Allensworth CA founder, files site plans with Tulare County "to enable black people to live on equity [basis] with whites & to encourage industry & thrift in the race."

8/3/1939: Jesse Owens, athlete, wins first of his four gold medals at Berlin Olympics as he took 100-meter sprint.

8/4/1901: Louis Armstrong, musician, born.

8/4/1931: Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, surgical pioneer, dies.

8/5/1892: Harriet Tubman receives pension from Congress for her Civil War work as nurse, spy & scout.

8/5/1984: Evelyn Ashford & Edwin Moses, athletes, awarded gold medals at L.A. Summer Olympic Games.

8/6/1965: President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Voting Rights Bill authorizing suspension of literacy tests & sending of federal examiners into South.