Donate to the 2nd Annual Black Lives Matter Christmas Gift Drive

Jasmine Abdullah and Amber Wilson do a great job with the teens in the neighborhood, but they can't continue to do it alone. They need support, because the kids need it.

Oronne Nwaneri: Director, Upward Bound PUSD 

Pasadena resident Oronne Nwaneri was born and raised in South Los Angeles. She has worked in Student Affairs for 9 years and currently serves as the Project Director for Upward Bound at Pasadena City College.

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Girl Trek is Taking an After the Food Walk

Some of us are a guilty of eating way too much food. I'll be the first to admit that I throw down during the holidays. You can always catch me with a full plate going back for seconds and sometimes thirds and the morning.


Ponies have Three Undefeated Teams Playing for Championships 

Once again the Pasadena Ponies have done the most with the least. In their first year playing in the Southern California AAU Youth Football League the Ponies were dominate and they have three teams in the Superbowl this Saturday  at Costa Mesa High School.

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Fight for Life: For Success in the Relationship, you Must Relate 

​Each of us desires to be involved in or connected to decent relationships in our lives. This is evident in the use of current slang word's day ones, real ones, etc are evidence that we prefer to be apart of solid relationships with people.

Chief Sanchez Still Silent Days After 45 Seconds of Pasadena Police Thuggin' 

I remember when I was 17 or 18 and I was at my aunt's house on Raymond and Claremont and I saw the Pasadena Police shoot David Laster in the back with a shotgun. At the time I didn't know who it was that...

Sisterhood Should Always Be About Lifting Up, Not Putting Down

When I think of the word sisterhood I am reminded of my mother and her small circle of friends They have literally mastered the art of building a strong relationship. They have been friends for over 40 years and counting and ​I love that even though... 

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