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  • Seeds From the Sower

    Here's how to have a Happy New Year: Enjoy God's presence. He promises, "Fear not; for I am with thee." With God's Spirit within you, His angels around you, His arms beneath you, you are more than sufficient for the year before you. Engage God's power. ...
  • “Resolve to Make or Update Your Estate Plan”

    The beginning of a new year is a time for reflection on the year gone by and planning for the year ahead. Many people will make New Year's resolutions, often involving getting their financial affairs in order. Wouldn't it be wonderful not to have to worry...
  • Positive Cash Flow in Afghanistan

    Why are we sacrificing more lives in a war that has no identifiable victory in sight? They say we will leave when we "win," but what does that look like? Do we really believe we can "win," and do we think the Afghan people will miraculously change to o...
  • California Adopts Improved Cigarette Tax Stamp

    Updated Stamps Adopted to Better Combat Counterfeiting Jerome E. Horton, Vice Chairperson of the California State Board of Equalization (BOE), today announced that improved high-tech tax stamps with a new design will soon be available and affixed to pac...
  • Yoga For Seniors

    Is there ever a time in life where we really stop desiring to be our best selves and reach new heights of enjoyment and satisfying relationships? I daresay, through my experience training and teaching yoga to senior populations, no! I remember, while pa...
  • Turner’s Two Cents

    New Year's is a bittersweet time for so many of us. Looking back on the year gone by can fill us pride, self-satisfaction and joy... but also deep sadness and regret. And looking ahead to the year stretches out in front of us, we may feel excitement and...
  • Kamala D. Harris Takes Oath as California Attorney General

    SACRAMENTO - Kamala D. Harris was sworn in as California Attorney General this afternoon in Sacramento, vowing in her remarks to ensure that state law is on the side of the people. "I am deeply humbled by the trust you have placed in me and I will never ...
  • Journal 2011 Forecast

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  • A Future Look

    A week ago I listened as my son Jamal (Dr. Jamal Hopkins, Ph.D.) preached, giving an instructional message about the man who asked Jesus what must he do to inherit eternal life?  He was the guest speaker for Scott United Methodist Youth Day. He spo...
  • Is Lease Option Your Best Option?

    Over the summer a couple in the market to purchase a home in Los Angeles, CA was referred to me by their tax preparer. I met with them at my office to discuss their short-term and long-term financial goals and how purchasing a home would affect those goa...
  • Former Auburn Football Player Thom Gossom, Jr. “Walks On” to Become First African American Athlete to Graduate from the University

    Gossom Broke Racial Barriers During the 1970's and Writes Memoir LOS ANGELES – (January 4, 2011) – While armchair quarterbacks and football aficionados eagerly await the BCS championship game between #1 ranked Auburn University and #2 ranked Univers...
  • Jobs Act Supported More Than $12 Billion in SBA Lending to Small Businesses in Just Three Months

    Mills Points to Loan Enhancements as Critical to Helping Small Businesses Grow, Create Jobs WASHINGTON – Today, SBA Administrator Karen Mills announced that as of Dec. 31 the agency had approved more than $10.3 billion in loan guarantees which support...
  • Racism at CBS Television, Sony Entertainment and Bell Dramatic for 37 Years

    Actress Victoria Rowell and Other Black Industry Insiders are Denied Equal Opportunity to Some of America's Most Popular Daytime Dramas Pioneering actress Victoria Rowell is not new to the acting world and she certainly is not new to the millions of fan...
  • Southern California Edison Reaches Out to Customers to Help Lower Their Electric Bills

    ROSEMEAD, Calif., Jan. 3, 2011 — Southern California Edison (SCE) realizes that despite an economic uptick, many of its customers are still struggling to make ends meet. Though customers may qualify for economic assistance programs, many have not applie...
  • Steve Francis and Allen Iverson: Fallen Icons

    Two of the flashiest guards in the NBA have now drifted far away from their perspective cities to countries that only see them as another athlete in a jersey. Steve Francis and Allen Iverson have become a glimpse of the powerhouses they used to be. Both p...
  • Steve Roden: Closing Reception

    Sunday, January 9, 2011 11a.m. to 1 p.m. In the Caldwell Gallery Please join us this Sunday for pastries and mimosas to celebrate the final day of Steve Roden's critically acclaimed 20-year survey at the Armory. See for yourself why Artforum and the L...
  • "Rekindling the Light of Peace"

    "If we are to find the real cause...of the world's ills today...we will have to look in the hearts and souls of men"--Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – 1954 Make plans to attend the kickoff prelude to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A Call for Peace & U...
  • The Pasadena Playhouse Announces “Twist - An American Musical”

    Featuring: Book by Tony Award-Nominee William F. Brown, Lyrics by Grammy Award-Winner Tena Clark, Music by Tena Clark and Gary Prim, Directed and Choreographed by Golden Globe and Multi-Emmy Award-Winner Debbie Allen. Performances begin J...
  • Trailblazing Entrepreneur Dante Lee's New Book Praised As The "Black Business Bible"

    New York, NY (December 15, 2010) -- Do you have what it takes to separate black business facts from fantasy, build your entrepreneurial muscles with a real business plan, and endure short-term failure to achieve long-term success? Let Dante Lee teach you ...
  • Anthony (Tony) M. Moreland Stewart Passes Away

    Born September 9, 1918, Little Rock, Arkansas to Nathaniel Edmond Moreland Sr. and Elizabeth Francis Braddock Moreland, Anthony aka "Tony" was the third child of a family of five siblings, including three brothers and one sister. For the first 12 years o...

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