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  • 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...
  • Christmas Day NBA Match-Ups Highly Anticipated

    This Miami Heat versus the Los Angeles Lakers Christmas Day match-up is perhaps the most anticipated match-up since, well last year. The Los Angeles Lakers have played on Christmas Day since 1999 and each year fans are glued to their couches. LeBron James...
  • International Civil Rights Walk of Fame Announces 2011 Inductees

    Footsteps of Civil Rights Leaders Placed in Historic Site During Annual Trumpet Awards Footsteps of ten new revered civil rights icons will be added to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame during the 2011 Trumpet Awards events. This induction ce...
  • Tips for Staying Safe Along Rose Parade Route

    As the 122nd Rose Parade approaches, the Pasadena Fire Department and Pasadena Police Department are issuing safety tips for the thousands of overnight campers who line the route on New Year's Eve. The parade route will be a safer place if everyone follo...
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha and Thomas Lee of Hillside's “Youth Moving On” Collaborate!

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Pasadena/Altadena Chapter along with Hillside's Thomas Lee, the director of Youth Moving On, have come together in collaboration to assist the young men and women participating in this program. Alpha Kappa Alpha, the oldest Black Sororit...
  • Seeds From the Sower

    Two men were forced to make an emergency trip across a lake one night. They jumped into a boat and started rowing. They battled the winds and the waves, and arrived worn out. Just as they were getting out of the boat in the morning, they discovered to th...
  • Muir Youth Internship Youth Assembly

    Muir students learned about different ways the city spends money to keep Pasadena clean, safe and fun at the Youth Internship assembly on November 29th. Antonio Watson, City of Pasadena's First Source Local Hiring Manager spoke to 100 Business & Entre...
  • Sports Watching & Wondering

    You Can't Always Win, But You Can Always Lose.... Optimistic fans of the Lakers showed up at Staples Center to continue their Christmas partying. They were expecting to spend a most pleasant afternoon. They apparently did not consider that some of the g...
  • A New Look at the Old Year

    From a practical standpoint, and if I am anything I am practical, well, practically, this year has gone by rather quickly. The fact I have survived this past year has to count for something. I was musing on this with the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonag...
  • Sweet Peace

    "Thank you for helping me with my estate plan. You have taken a load off my mind. I slept like a baby last night." This is an actual quote from a "thank you" card I received from one of my clients after we had completed his estate plan. These sentiments a...
  • Dealing with Debt During the Holidays . . .

    . . . Don't Allow a Seasonal Splurge to Ruin Your New Year In 2010, many consumers will likely find that the traditions of the annual holiday season may be difficult – if not impossible - to observe this year. According to the Urban Institute's Natio...
  • The Hot Sauce That Fights Prostate Cancer

    When my nephew was born in a Seoul suburb, my Korean in-laws decorated their front door with a cluster of bright red chili peppers, a neighborhood announcement that a son had been born to their household. But why chili peppers? Some Koreans say the peppe...
  • Fun Gadgets for a Healthy New You!

    Now that all the Christmas presents have been unwrapped, it's time to head to the sporting goods store for something you can really use! Are you ready to get back in the saddle and start working off those extra holiday pounds, or has your usual work out ...
  • Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick Hit with New Federal Indictment

    Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was indicted this week on even more corruption charges. These charges also implicated his father, Bernard Kilpatrick. Federal prosecutors argue that Kwame and his father engaged in a "pattern of extortion, bribery and...

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