Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Weather Gives Washington Firefighters Hope

Dog suites in new homes offered by Irvine company

Second Annual 3K Walkathon

Friends of the Pomona Public Library Proudly Presents The second annual 3K walk a-thon. Together We Walk, Together We Read to enhance our Laura Ingalls Wilder room and children’s programs.
Saturday Oct 11th
Registration: 8:30-9:30 am Start: 10 am Read: 12 Noon

Everyone is welcome; (Individuals, Families & Late Arrivals)
Individual: $15, Child: (11 under): $5
Pre-Registration Starts 7/14 — 9/14 for a guaranteed t-shirt or on day of the event while supplies last!
This is a rain or shine event at the Library!
625 South Garey Ave. Pomona, CA 91766 — (909) 802-9271 or (909) 622-6793
REGISTER ONLINE (PayPal) or download the Flyer/Registration Form (PDF)


Goldenvoice and LED Present:

RL Grime

Groundislava, Nick Melons

Sat, July 26, 2014

7:00 pm

The Glass House

Pomona, CA

$25.00 - $30.00

This event is all ages

Morey Mansion - Redlands, CA

Approach and Landing at Brackett Field

Goats on the Lamb

Latinos Not Optimistic About the Economy, Poll Finds

Seventy percent of respondents say they are not earning enough money to cover basic expenses.

The country's largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization released poll results today showing that while the nation's economy is improving, many Latinos feel their own financial outlook is not as optimistic.
The poll, conducted by the National Council of La Raza and research firm Latino Decisions, surveyed 500 registered Latino voters across the country and found 70 percent of respondents were concerned they were not earning enough money to cover basic expenses, and half said they had trouble paying their bills in the past year.
"The economy is improving but Latino families are still waiting for their own economic recovery," NCLR President and CEO Janet Murguia said. "Latinos still have faith in, and are working hard to achieve, the American dream."
The poll also found many Latinos want the government to enact policies that will improve their financial situation, such as raising the minimum wage. With mid-term elections on the horizon, researchers said Latinos will most likely back politicians who work toward those financial goals.
"Politicians who support increasing the minimum wage will be rewarded with Latino support,"said Latino Decisions co-founder Matt Barreto. "(Latinos) want to see better wage opportunities, better job opportunities in their community."
Among its other findings, the poll also suggested that younger Latinos have a bleak outlook on the job market, with 78 percent indicating they are concerned about a lack of career advancement.
NCLR leaders also added that by 2050, nearly one in three workers in America will be Latino.
Full poll results can be found on NCLR's website at www.NCLR.org.
--City News Service

Monday, July 21, 2014

Levitated Mass

Mid-Century Cool

Chuck Jones

Online Music Courses - LACM Online

This is a free clinic dedicated to help servicemen/ women
cope with PTSD, TBI and its associated symptoms. We hope that with frequent
treatments it will help those who bravely served our nation a chance to heal
and have closure.

Acupuncture has helped patients with stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia,
pain and more. 

Call 909.590.4183 for more queries.

Celebrate Hello Kitty's 40th Anniversary at the first ever official Hello Kitty Convention in the world! Hello Kitty Con 2014 is a global gathering of fans and friends to celebrate all things Hello Kitty.

Taking place at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Downtown LA's Little Tokyo, Hello Kitty Con 2014 will offer interactive experiences and events for fans and friends of all ages, including activities, art, exhibits, exclusives, workshops, lectures, panels, sneak peeks, tattoos, food, fun, and many more surprises!

Join Hello Kitty and your friends at Hello Kitty Con 2014. As Hello Kitty always says, "You can never have too many friends!"

Near Space Balloon Project - Woodland School

Suspected Drunk Driver In Wrong-Way Crash That Killed 6 Appears In Court



Pomona's M.V.B. - Grand Funk Railroad I'm Your Captain