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  • Jennifer Lopez Crash Highlights Continuing Risk to Children from DUI Drivers

    Torrance, (September 29, 2014) – A crash Saturday in which a car containing stars Jennifer Lopez and her six-year-old twins, and Leah Remini and her ten-year-old daughter, was rear-ended by an alleged drunk driver highlights a little-discussed but const...
  • Governor Brown Signs Legislation Requiring Healthy Options in State Vending Machines

    Sacramento, CA (September 25, 2014) - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed legislation to ensure that healthy food and drink options are offered in all vending machines located on state property. "This legislation ensures that every state employee h...
  • Medicare Resource Fair at Pasadena Senior Center

    A resource fair Thursday, October 9, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pasadena Senior Center will focus on Medicare, the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 and older. People do not have to be members of the center to attend the event. ...
  • ArtNight Pasadena

    ArtNight Pasadena is just around the corner and everyone is invited to participate in this culturally exciting, fun and free event! ArtNight Pasadena, a ten-year tradition, usually happens on the second Friday of every March and the second Friday of ever...
  • NAACP Altadena Branch Nominations

    The NAACP Altadena Branch will be electing new officers and Executive Committee members for the two year term effective 1/1/15 to 12/31/16. Nominations of "members in good standing" will be held at our regular meeting on October, 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at ...
  • Waste Management Encourages Parents to Teach New Recycling Habits as School Year Begins

    Five Easy Ways to Make This School Year the Greenest Ever for Children School is back in session for kids and Waste Management of Southern California would like to encourage everyone to kick off the new school year by being green, both in classrooms and ...
  • The Cost of Not Doing Business

    Over the past few decades Black people have been led to believe that we have "power" because we earn and spend so much money in the marketplace, now having eclipsed the $1 trillion mark. As the most studied consumer segment in the world, Black Americans a...
  • The High Cost of Child Poverty in America

    Just released U.S. Census Bureau data reveal 45.3 million people were poor in America in 2013. One in three of those who are poor is a child. Children remain our poorest age group and children of color and those under five are the poorest. More than one i...
  • Four Essentials Your Financial Advisor Should Have

    The Client-Advisor Relationship Must NOT Be Overlooked, Says Industry Veteran Shocking stats continue to make news regarding America's preparedness for retirement, including the fact that one of five citizens near retirement age have zero money put away ...
  • Four Emerging Concepts & Trends in Social Media Marketing

    Marketing to Millennials? Tech Entrepreneur Identifies Opportunities for Businesses When Beyoncé released her self-titled album late last year, she didn't go through any of the traditional promotional means, which she called boring. Instead, she simply ...
  • Health Summit Has Something for Everyone: Men, Women & Children

    On Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the seventh Annual Health Summit will be held at the Jackie Robinson Community Center, 1020 N. Fair Oaks Blvd, Pasadena, CA. The event will provide FREE tests, screenings and health related inf...
  • August Wilson Monologue Competition

    Foothill Arts Collective (FAC), a local nonprofit organization, invites San Gabriel Valley high school students to an informational session to learn how to audition for the August Wilson Monologue Competition (AWMC) on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 9:...
  • The Pasadena Playhouse Presents Multi-Emmy Award Winning Wayne Brady in Kiss Me, Kate

    The Cole Porter Musical Opens Tonight in Conjunction with Wells Fargo Theatrical Diversity Project Fundraising Event Honoring Diahann Carroll. The Pasadena Playhouse (Artistic Director Sheldon Epps and Executive Director Elizabeth Doran) presents multi-E...
  • Bethlehem Church Celebrating 65 Years of Ministry

    We invite you to attend our 65th Church Anniversary on Sunday, September 28th at 3:00 p.m. Come praise God with us for the great things he has done over the years. Elder Christopher A. Bourne, Pastor1550 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena, 91103(626)...
  • The Thing I Miss Most About Summer

    Summer is over and winter is beginning to give us her cold shoulder. The only way I can really handle winter is the hope of summer coming again in all her warm embraces. I can only take the shivers for so long. In our home, there is a divide over the sub...
  • Flu, Pneumonia and Shingles Clinic

    Rite Aid will host a flu, pneumonia and shingles clinic Wednesday, October 15, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Pasadena Senior Center, 85 E. Holly Street. Flu vaccinations will be offered free to people with Medicare Part B or MediCal and to those with privat...
  • Sports Watching and Wondering

    The Dodgers and The Giants Are It Again! Most of the Baseball fans in this area are fans of either the Dodgers or the Giants. This is without a doubt the greatest rivalry in baseball. This rivalry had been well-established before both teams moved to the ...
  • Estate Planning Terminology

    Topics in this column include the need for estate planning, what estate planning consists of, and what happens when there is no plan. Following are a few of the basic concepts and definitions: Advance Health Care Directive - A written document in which o...
  • Having Good Credit Will Become Absolute Necessity in Near Future

    The Internet — the Superhighway — is where billions of dollars are spent on the purchases of numerous products and services. Billions of dollars for payments of bills are also paid via the Internet. Spending money on the Internet via credit cards will...
  • Pasadena Health Department Confirms Five West Nile Virus Cases

    The Pasadena Public Health Department today announced that tests have confirmed five human cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) this month in its jurisdiction. The last case of WNV previously confirmed by the Pasadena Public Health Department was in December 20...

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