Monthly Archives: January, 2016

College Daughter Has the Winter Blues

Dear Parent Coach, Our daughter is a college freshman at an Eastern university. She called us this week (unusual!) saying she is under a lot...

A Hoop of Hope Brightens Lives at Homeless Facility

On a recent afternoon at Door of Hope’s transitional apartment complex, several children who have been left homeless as a result of domestic violence...

Harambee’s New Gadget Sends Imaginations Into Orbit

Students at Harambee Preparatory School have spent much of the past couple of weeks staring into space. Their teachers aren’t concerned, however — it’s...

Sibling Rivalry is Universal in Families

Sibling rivalry is as old as Cain and Abel and as current as the latest argument at this morning’s breakfast table. Anyone who has...

Decoding Tech Opportunities for Local Students

It’s often said that the road to success starts in the classroom, but depending on what classroom you’re in, those roads aren’t often paved...

John Naber’s Olympian Task of Inspiring Others

John Naber was a junior in high school when he stepped onto the diving board and began bouncing up and down. The 16-year-old’s coach...

Grandparenting in Magical Santa Barbara

Dear Parents, At the end of the day, it is the trusting relationship one builds and maintains with a child that matters most. This was...

Staying Safe on Rainy Roads

With the force of El Niño storms already descending on the southland, drivers who’ve grown accustomed to the bone-dry climate of the California’s drought...

50 Years of Peeking Inside the Gamble House

In a city rich with grand homes and architectural beauty, one structure bears the honor of being uniquely synonymous with Pasadena. It’s been more...

Sports-Themed Auction May Help Door of Hope Hit Its Goal on Feb. 20

A round of golf with NBA legend Jerry West and a private tennis lesson with seven-time Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras represent just the tip...
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