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Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’
Opinion

Reader Response to ‘Monrovia Duarte Black Alumni…’

Most of us learned from our elementary and high school history textbooks that in 1948 President Truman issued an executive order which mandated equal treatment and opportunity for all those serving in the military. That action, of course, brought high accolades to Truman – and the citizenry viewed his order as a benevolent expression of…

Career Corner: One Hundred Job Applications
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Career Corner: One Hundred Job Applications

By Angela Copeland I hear from job seekers every day. You’re tired. You’re worn out. You’re disappointed. You didn’t get the job you really wanted. You were a great candidate and you cannot figure out what went wrong. I’m with you all the way. I wish I could give you a big hug. Job searching…

Evolution Meets Revolution
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Evolution Meets Revolution

Introducing Celebrity Flora (specifically designed for the Galapagos Islands) By Jesse A. Cisneros Celebrity Cruises introduces Celebrity FloraSM, the first ship of its kind, designed specifically with the destination in mind—the Galapagos Islands. In its creation, we followed in the footsteps of our revolutionary new ship, Celebrity EdgeSM, by designing Celebrity Flora in 3-D. This…

Career Corner: Cutting The Cord
Opinion

Career Corner: Cutting The Cord

By Angela Copeland I could write a book about the information I’m about to share. If you’re a parent with an adult child, this is for you. Before I go too far, let me say this: I know you love your child. I know you want them to do well and when they’re struggling you…

Lifeline for Pets Gives Animals a Second Chance
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Lifeline for Pets Gives Animals a Second Chance

By Emily Glory Peters Pet overpopulation remains a tremendous challenge for Los Angeles, where hundreds of animals regularly pour into already crowded shelters. In Pasadena, no-kill rescue organization Lifeline for Pets makes an impact by transitioning neglected and abused animals into beloved pets. “For us, rescue means taking full responsibility for the lives and care…

The Obituary of Common Sense
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The Obituary of Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as: Knowing when to…

Career Corner: My New Pet Peeve
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Career Corner: My New Pet Peeve

By Angela Copeland There’s this thing that happens when you see something unexpected. You just can’t unsee it. Once you know, there’s no turning back. That happened for me one year ago. I’ve tried to push it out of my mind, but I just can’t any longer. Professionals on LinkedIn are posting some very unprofessional…

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