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  • Is Smoking Bad For Your Career?

    Expert Advice On How To Finally Quit (ARA) - Everyone knows that smoking is bad for your health, but can lighting up also be bad for your career? Frequent smoke breaks can create rifts among employees, with non-smoking colleagues often feeling that they...
  • Small Businesses Find Big Savings in Online Services

    (ARA) - Entrepreneurs are the most progressive people out there. If there is a less expensive, more efficient way to get business done, most small businesses will find it a lot faster than the big businesses that are weighed down by red tape. So what are...
  • Five Tips For Being a Successful Online Student

    (ARA) - A growing number of students are attending college classes online instead of going to a bricks-and-mortar campus. Research showed a 17 percent increase in online enrollments from 2008 to 2009, with more than one in four college students now taking...
  • Realities of Career Change: Smooth the Transition With Small, Actionable Steps

    (ARA) - Studies show that the average job-seeker will change careers several times over the course of his or her lifetime. Different variables contribute to the desire for career change, but the common thread between those seeking to make this transition ...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    OREGON HAS REVOLUTIONIZED COLLEGE FOOTBALL! What fans at the Coliseum saw last Saturday night was more than just an Oregon victory over USC. What some may not have realized is that the Ducks have invented a new and better way to play football. Take a s...
  • For Colored Girls

    -- A Film by Tyler Perry Experience Sisterhood!An Afternoon of Film, Dining, Wine, Conversation and More In Celebration of the Film, For Colored Girls On Sunday, November 7, 2010, in Monrovia, California, R Girls Social Group will host Sisterhood!, an ...
  • 22nd Annual Michael Bryant Stop the Violence “SIK-WIT-IT” All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game

    On Sunday September 12, 2010 the city of Pasadena proudly held its 22nd annual Michael Bryant Free Haircut Day at Robinson Park. The community responded with what could only be characterized as "Standing Room Only", as families participated in the festiv...
  • Zeta Tau Chapter Joins Pasadena Unified School District’s College Fair

    Overcast skies and light precipitation greeted Zeta Tau Chapter brothers and other Greek Lettered fraternities and sororities as they gave out information about scholarship possibilities and as they distributed information about the national essay contest...
  • Corrie Ann Harris: 100 Years Young!!!

    Corrie was born on November 18, 1910, in Dumas, Arkansas. (William H. Taft was President!) Being raised in a Christian home, Corrie was baptized at the age of 10, in Walnut Lake. She attended Dumas Grade School, graduated from Dermark Academy and comple...
  • Seeds From The Sower

    Rushing down a steep hill in California, while loaded with propane, a truck driver discovered his brakes had failed. Reaching for his CB radio, he called for help. Close behind him was a highway patrolman. Hearing his plight, he pulled his car in front o...
  • The Funeral Program

    Do you have any more programs? I can't make it to the service, can you save me a program? These are questions that Funeral Directors hear often. The funeral program is a much desired item. Those that can attend the service and those that can't, want to...
  • The Rich Fool!

    The Biblical parable found in Luke 12:16-21 tells the story of a rich man who was blessed with a great harvest. The man decided to keep all of his riches for himself, retire and "eat, drink and be merry" for the rest of his days. However, that very night ...
  • Five Signs Your Debt Is Out of Control

    Everyone runs up a little credit card debt, right? That's what many people tell themselves to justify carrying heavy loan amounts, but the fact is that undisciplined spending and poor credit management are serious problems that must be addressed. The Cali...
  • Oh No! I Was in a Car Accident! What Do I Do Now?

    In times of peace, prepare for war. This principle holds true for car accidents. You may have never been in a car accident and I hope you never are, but this article is designed to teach you what you need to do and what you need to know before you are in ...
  • Tips to Help Youngsters Learn to Read and Succeed

    First 5 LA Encourages Parents to Read to Their Infants Many children from low-income communities are entering kindergarten without the basic early literacy skills needed for lifelong success. To help narrow this early childhood literacy gap in Los Ang...
  • A Musical About Lynchings?

    Memo to the Boss No, they have not made a musical about Lynchings - yet. They haven't made one about the Holocaust either, but do not be surprised if someone does. They have made one about the Scottsboro Boys. The source for this tragedy is a story of ...
  • Change Smoke Alarm Batteries When You Change Your Clocks!

    The Pasadena Fire Department reminds you to change all of your smoke alarm batteries when you change your clocks back one hour Sunday, Nov. 7. Change your smoke alarm batteries! Replace old batteries with fresh, high-quality batteries to keep your smoke...
  • Being President While Black

    I don't think anyone was under some real illusion that the election of Barack Obama actually meant the end of racism in America. I'm pretty sure that the president elect knew it better than anyone. After all, he saw it every day, from the moment he announ...
  • The Power of the Black Press: Used or Not Used to Rock the Vote

    In Stanley Nelson's award-winning documentary, 'The Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords,' former Columbia University journalism professor Phyllis Garland stated: "The Black press was never intended to be objective because it didn't see the White press be...
  • California State Leadership of NAACP Is Disconnected From Community

    According to the last financial reporting statements of two of the state proposition campaigns, Alice Huffman, president of California NAACP, has done quite well for herself as both a political consultant and state president. Her consulting firm accepted ...

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