Black Men Have a Responsibility to Protect Our Girls

Over the weekend the R. Kelly docuseries was the topic of many intense conversations. It was very disturbing for me to watch but I watched it all twice because I wanted to see if I could get a better understanding of what goes on in the mind of a serial pedophile

Black and a Woman, Loretta Thompson-Glickman was a Trailblazer

Not only did Mayor Thompson-Glickman make history in Pasadena, but she is on a short list of notable women in the history of Los Angeles County. Other than Delores Hickambottom, there is no woman who...

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Hilda's Housekeeping is Looking for Help at Good Pay 

Hilda’s Handy Housekeeping is seeking a Professional Cleaner to work the Pasadena and San Fernando Valley for Private Clients.




Two Local Black Entities Merge to Become Stronger

Hillside Tabernacle Church has been up in Altadena on Fair Oaks for decades and when Lance Arnold of Arnold's Funeral Services found out Hillside had space that was being unused he went to Senior Pastor G. LaKeith Kenebrew and asked if they could join forces.

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Home Matters: First To Third Casino Night Fundraiser

“Home Matters” is what you’ll always catch Darrell Gay, Founder of First to Third Baseball Training saying. He is absolutely right if you always take care of home everything else will fall in order.




Pasadena Panthers Cheer take on Jamz Nationals Competition 

Las Vegas, NV - Everywhere you turned there were cheerleaders representing their squads. The Pasadena Panthers totally stood out with their Blue and White. They even had a Wakanda-themed Pasadena “Black Panther” uniform...


Robinson Park, Re-opens as Recreation Jewel of the City

After being closed for over a year, the Robinson Park Recreational Center is finally back open and it is a beautiful facility. Most of the city's dignitaries were on deck, including State Assemblymember Chris Holden, Mayor Terry Tornek and Vice-Mayor John Kennedy.