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  • Journal Publishers and Authors to Speak During Black History Month

    During Black History Month, Journal publisher Joe C. Hopkins will be a featured speaker at the California African American Museum, and Journal publisher Ruthie Hopkins will be among guest authors to speak at Pasadena's La Pintoresca Park Library. Joe Hop...
  • Giving Back Through Our Young

    This week I received a call from a young lady asking me if The Journal was sponsoring our youth entrepreneurship program. It caught me off guard a bit because it has been a few years since we initiated out Professional Careers Institute which has undergon...
  • Five Ways Recent Small Business Legislation Can Help Entrepreneurs

    (ARA) - Anyone thinking about starting a business, and entrepreneurs already running their own small business, face new opportunities, thanks to recent changes in legislation. If you've been dreaming of opening your own business, following that dream into...
  • Fast-Growing Careers for Women: Medical Assistants

    (ARA) - Now that the kids are back in school, are you considering going back to college yourself? If so, you owe it to yourself to consider a career as a medical assistant. Medical assisting is one of the fastest growing jobs for women in 2010, according ...
  • Turn Your Hobby into a Small Business

    (ARA) - Have you ever dreamed of getting paid for something you love to do? Like turning those cookies that your friends rave about into a cookie store? Expanding the sales of the jewelry that you make for the local arts and crafts fair to others? Selling...
  • Turning Your Passion Into A Career

    (StatePoint) There's nothing better than getting paid to do what you love, but few people know how to turn their interests into careers. "Turning your passion into a career requires unreasonable and unrelenting pursuit of your goals. It's about mapping o...
  • Easy Ways To Improve Your Credit Score

    (StatePoint) From playing the lottery to working overtime, many Americans are constantly seeking ways to make more money. One of the most overlooked secrets to increasing your income is maintaining a good credit score. "It's a hard concept to wrap our m...
  • There’s Something About the Los Angeles Clippers

    The Oklahoman rookie sensation is the shoe in for Rookie of the Year only 42 days into the NBA season. While performing the most eye-popping, gravity defying dunks, Griffin is becoming one of the most balanced scorers in the league. Griffin earned the Wes...
  • Union Bank Partners with West Angeles Community Development Corporation, Offers $100,000 in Support

    LOS ANGELES (January 20, 2011) – Union Bank presented a $100,000 donation to the West Angeles Community Development Corporation (CDC) to support its efforts in South Los Angeles. As a firm supporter of the communities it serves, Union Bank is a corpora...
  • 2011 Forecast

    Thank you for the government incentives that stimulated the housing market. The first-time homebuyer tax credit has had its five minutes of fame, moving forward the housing market must stand on its own feet. If you are questioning if the market is ready...
  • Young Musicians Meet Young Composer

    The Pasadena Young Musicians Orchestra commissions new work from young composer for its winter concert, "The Orchestra Dances." Orchestra will present the premiere of Vertigo Steps by emerging composer Alex Lu, plus Huapango by Jose Pablo Moncayo, Symph...
  • We Can Create a Cervical Cancer-Free America

    Kristen Forbes of Noblesville, Indiana, had recently graduated from college when she was diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer at age 22. After a yearlong, painful battle, she succumbed to the disease, leaving behind a bright future and grieving family...
  • Black History Month Celebration Event

    In Celebration of Black History Month in Southern CaliforniaCompton High School Alumni AssociationIn Conjunction With Compton High SchoolAnd Corky Hale ProductionsPresent A FREE Screening Of The Documentary Film: "BECOMING BARACK: EVOLUTION OF A LEADER"...
  • Selling Your Home in 2011? Tips to Add Value During Winter Months

    Major home renovations can be overwhelming, but there are a few fundamental repairs that can update your home's appearance and increase its value. If you're planning to sell your home in 2011, take advantage of the colder winter months to prepare your hom...
  • Economy, Housing Market Drive Smaller, Smarter Home Remodeling Projects

    (ARA) - Things may be looking up, but the economy remains sluggish. That reality, coupled with tight lending and home resale uncertainty, is driving consumers to prioritize home improvements based not just on immediate need, but also on potential appeal t...
  • Transportation Symposium Coined “Regional Transportation 101: Where Do We Go From Here?”

    One Community: A Grassroots Think Tank in association with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) is slated to host a Regional Transportation Symposium on Saturday, January 22, 2011 from 7:30 am to Noon. The highly anticipated e...
  • Scott Sisters, Free at Last

    Last week, Jaime and Gladys Scott walked out of prison 16 years after they first entered. Their double-life sentences were criticized as indicative of the egregious sentencing in our criminal justice system, and their release by Governor Haley Barbour was...
  • YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley Introduces New Program Director Shanetta Robinson

    On December 3rd, the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley welcomed Shanetta Robinson to the organization as their new Program Director. Ms. Robinson is new to the YWCA but she is no stranger to issues of race and gender equity or to developing successful program...
  • The War to Save the Lives of Young Black Males

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  • Let’s Set a Good Example for Our Kids!

    With the kids back in school, and the holidays a distant memory, now is a good time to reflect, reassess, and recommit to encouraging and supporting our youth in establishing strong lifetime habits of healthy exercise and nutrition. Let's make this our n...

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