Stay Updated with Our Social Media

Home » Archives by category » Columns » Opinion

Pasadena NAACP objects to Chief Sanchez’ outsourcing to Sheriff:

Pasadena NAACP objects to Chief Sanchez’ outsourcing to Sheriff: Gary Moody, President of the Pasadena Branch of the NAACP, last week announced that the NAACP’s executive committee took three actions…

Pasadena Councilman Steve Madison Comments on Wednesday’s Pit Bull Attack

Pasadena Councilman Steve Madison Comments on Wednesday’s Pit Bull Attack

Pasadena Councilman Steve Madison Comments on Wednesday’s Pit Bull Attack Pit bulls viciously attacked a cyclist in Pasadena this morning (Wednesday Jan 29). A witness calling 911 reported that the…

Valentine’s Day Love Stories wanted

Valentine’s Day Love Stories wanted Readers….Do you have a unique love story; a beautiful love story or just a really cool love story you might like to share with our…

Bone marrow drive slated for 2-year old girl Jan. 16

Bone marrow drive slated for 2-year old girl Jan. 16

  Bone marrow drive slated for 2-year old girl Jan. 16 The public’s help is needed to find a matching bone marrow donor for a 2-year-old Pasadena girl suffering with…

Never on a Sunny Day – 2014 Rose Parade TV coverage omits arrests, gay marriage

Never on a Sunny Day – 2014 Rose Parade TV coverage omits arrests, gay marriage

Never on a Sunny Day 2014 Rose Parade TV coverage omits arrests, gay marriage OPINION By Terry Miller Sometimes I wonder about this profession we call journalism. Luckily some newspapers,…

19 Protestors arrested at Rose Parade

19 Protestors arrested at Rose Parade

12-Year-Old and 18 others Arrested protesting SeaWorld Float At Rose Parade On New Year’s morning, as SeaWorld’s widely criticized float prepared to enter the Rose Parade, PETA supporters wearing “SeaWorld…

The real start of the Bowl Season: Army Navy

The real start of the Bowl Season: Army Navy

The real start of the Bowl Season: Army Navy By Susan Motander with a great deal of help from Judge Salvatore T. Sirna Los Angeles Superior Court   The “Bowl…

Wanted by Chinese Govenment; Student leader of the 1989 pro-democracy group hopes to return to China to visit aging parents

Wanted by Chinese Govenment; Student leader of the 1989 pro-democracy group hopes to return to China to visit aging parents

Student leader of the 1989 pro-democracy hopes to return to China to visit aging parents Wu’er Kaixi, one of the ten most wanted student leaders of the 1989 pro-democracy movement…

Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: Meet MIRA, Our Miracle!

Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: Meet MIRA, Our Miracle!

Young Female Tortie (Tortoiseshell) Born approx. 2/2013 MIRA is short for Miracle, and that’s just what cute little Mira is! She was abandoned, starving, in a hot parking lot, meowing…

New Words

by Dorothy Denne The Washington Post has a Mensa Invitational where they invite readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding, subtracting, or changing one letter,…

Page 1 of 7123Next ›Last »