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  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    The Super Bowl will dominate the media and our lives until late Sunday afternoon. The Steelers and the Packers will Battle for the Lombardi Trophy in Dallas. There are thousands of Pundits, who can prove to you that either the teams will win, depending up...
  • Tournament of Roses Announces 2012 Leadership

    Gerald K. Freeny Elected to Executive Committee As his first official duty, 2012 President Rick Jackson announced today the leadership for the 2011-2012 Tournament year. Gerald K. Freeny, Tournament member since 1988, was elected to the Executive Commi...
  • The Search for a Father Gives One Man a New Take on Black History Month

    A white man goes on a journey to find his biological father and discovers a rich, black heritage. Detailing his search for his birth father, the shocking discovery of his hidden black heritage and his struggle to come to terms with his new identity, Micha...
  • Godly Persuasion

    Interested in knowing how valid Godly persuasion, i.e., giving and receiving God's support and back-up can be? I was, and here's what I found. By deed and by word we have the ability to move ourselves from stress absorbing couch potatoes to life enhanc...
  • Are You Leaving An Inheritance or A Funeral Bill?

    It is a good thing to leave an inheritance for our children. In fact Proverbs 13:22 tells us that "a good man leaves an inheritance to his children's children." Along with a legacy of love, I plan to leave a little something monetary for my girls. Whil...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    An old man, his son and their donkey were on their way to the market. Passing some people, they heard one say, "Look at that silly pair – walking when they could be riding." So they got up on the donkey. Later, they passed another group, and one said,...
  • Emancipation and Estate Planning

    February is the month when our country takes time to remember and celebrate Black History. We give honor to our great ancestors and rejoice about how far we've come. In parades, poems, church services and school performances, the nation commends the leaps...
  • Foreclosure Alternatives

    In determining what the best option for a distressed homeowner, it is important to understand the options available. 1. Foreclosure. If no action is taken the property will most likely be taken by the lender through a foreclosure trustee sale. 2. Refina...
  • Three Easy Steps to a Better Diet

    With all the temptations out there to overindulge in the worst foods, and pad the food industry's bottom line (with most advertising aimed at our kids), what can you, as parents, do to help your kids make healthy choices when it comes to sound nutrition? ...
  • Reader Agrees with Editorial of January 20, 2011

    I am sure there is more than one reason that you did not return my call, the major one being that I gave no last name. The reason I did not give my last name was to show my husband respect in that he has not yet expressed his feeling about what he has fe...
  • Reader's Disagreement with Editorial of January 20, 2011

    I read [your] editorial [01/20/11] with some dismay, disappointment and chagrin. Your opinions expressed appear to be anchored in some misinformation or lack thereof. As it would appear that you are bent on denigrating the pastor and the congregation of ...
  • An Embarrassment to Law Enforcement

    Paul M. Weber, President of the Los Angeles Police Protective League reacted with shock and anger upon learning that there was no gunman in the shooting incident involving LAUSD School Police Officer Jeffrey Stenroos who claimed he was shot in the chest l...
  • Board of Equalization Continues to Give Taxpayers Convenient Options While on the Go

    Jerome E. Horton, Chairman of the California State Board of Equalization, today announced the creation of a new mobile web app to enable taxpayers to conveniently get up-to-date information on BOE services. The new mobile web app is accessible from the B...
  • Assemblymember Portantino Announces Applications for Assembly Fellows Program

    If your New Year's resolution includes carving out a career in politics or public service, the Assembly Fellows program may be just the ticket. Assemblymember Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) is pleased to announce applications for the ...
  • We Do Things

    I addressed the American people on the future we face together. Though at times it may seem uncertain, it is a future that is ours to decide, ours to define, and ours to win. I know we will. Because, after the worst recession in decades, we see an econo...
  • Living Lessons in Black History and the Bible

    Not surprisingly I received a lot of phone calls, letters and comments from my column on the church [1-20-11]. The only thing surprising was that anybody thought it was bold. In fact, it should be an everyday occurrence to challenge what is blatantly wron...
  • Carter G. Woodson “The Father of Black History”

    The African Centered Education Movement has brought a new meaning to the annual African American History Month celebrations that have become so popular. Through the African Centered Education Movement, African American History Month has now become the cat...
  • SBA Announces Contracting Program For Women-Owned Small Businesses

    First Contracts Expected to be Awarded through WOSB Program By Fourth Quarter of Fiscal Year 2011 WASHINGTON – Women-owned small businesses can begin taking steps to participate in a new federal contracting program on Friday, February 4, the U.S. Smal...
  • Give Yourself Some Credit — Social Security Credit

    Sometimes people don't give themselves enough credit. But if you work and pay Social Security taxes, you're earning credit for yourself every payday -- credit that will pay off later in life when it comes time for retirement, or in the event that you beco...
  • Five Tips To Jumpstart Your Career

    (StatePoint) Whether you're unemployed, underemployed or boldly looking to start your own business, achieving your career goals can be challenging. Amid all the chatter of career websites and business seminars, it can be hard to know where and how to focu...

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