Geneva Harmon-Brown's Homecoming Turned into a Day of Community Love

Metropolitan Baptist Church was filled to capacity as hundreds of people paid their respects. She was such a special lady that pastors from two churches she belonged to took part in the service, as did several other pastors ...

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Wine & Wisdom: Living Trusts Workshop

Wood Law Group is hosting a series of free workshops on Family Protection, Kids Protection Planning and Living Wills and Trusts.




Pasadena's Dawg Pack Conquer the Rocky Mountains 

The Dawg Pack Running Club of Pasadena challenged themselves in a way they hadn't before on  June 2. at the Revel Rockies Marathon and Half Marathon Race in Evergreen, Co. They all ran 13.1 miles together as a unit but, they all had individual reasons why they took on the challenge.

GirlTrek Trailblazers Pound the Pavement for Mental Health Awareness Month

GirlTrek is a movement full of African American Women movers and shakers. They are determined to break barriers and reclaim their health one step at a time.

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Daniel Warren's Death Ruled a Homicide by Coroner

There was speculation after the police-involved shooting of 36-year-old Daniel Warren on Friday in the 1500 block of Glen, close to Howard in Pasadena was a suicide, but the Los Angeles County Coroner has confirmed that Warren...




Can a Black Man Get His Rights Back? No Felony Means No Way of Ever Protecting Home or Being Free

That is only a small subset of the 2.1 million people in all U.S. prisons (roughly 1.2 million Black) but is an important step nonetheless. About 25% of the total US adult black population has a felony, while 6.5% of adult non-blacks...


Pasadena's Washington 16 Fighting and Praying Not To Be Homeless

Emotions ran deep as residents of the De Anza Apartments bestowed upon city hall to plead their case to the city council because the building has new owners and 16 of the 20 tenants were given eviction notices and 60 days to move without the choice of staying.