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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

Pasadena NAACP Under New Leadership; Celebrating 100 Years of Community Activism

What a sight to see last night. It was such an honor to join and welcome in the new Executive Leadership of the Pasadena NAACP Branch 1054. The room was filled with community members...

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Miss Teen Pasadena Divine Faith Johnson, to Compete in Miss California USA Competition

Divine Faith Johnson is a Senior at Pasadena High School where she has the privilege of serving as Associated Student Body (ASB President). Divine is very involved within our wonderful community, being a Pasadena Youth Councilmember and key volunteer...

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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.

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Hundreds of Jobs Available During Devil's Gate Dam Restoration.

If you are looking to get onto this job as a construction worker, contact Pasadena-based construction company, the Solis Group here. They have an application specifically for the Devil's Gate Reservoir Restoration Project. 

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Tyron Hampton, Divine Johnson, Kick off Pasadena's 2019 State of the City Address

District 1 City Councilman and the next Vice-Mayor of Pasadena, Tyron Hampton got things going as emcee of the 2019 State of the City address by Mayor Terry Tornek.