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Dallas County Coronavirus Count by Zip Code

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth (Local Beat) 4/1 5:18P Ken Kalthoff
As experts work to fight coronavirus in Dallas County, they’ve noticed hot spots. A map compiled with test results through March 31, 2020, shows five Dallas County Zip Codes...

Pandemic Changes the Way Presidential Candidates Campaign

NBC Dallas-Fort Worth (Local Beat) 3/30 4:36P Julie Fine
Presidential candidates are changing the way they campaign due to the coronavirus pandemic. To put into perspective how much the world has changed, Super Tuesday was about a...

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MySweetKindness: Peggy Meyer

My Sweet Charity 3/25 4:30A Jeanne Prejean
According to Peggy Meyer , My friends Jen and Ravi Ratan , founders and owners of Double R in Preston Center East and Fort Worth s Shops at Clearfork, are in the same stressful situation as many local...

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Forced Exit, Enjoying the View

The MOAT Blog (Park Cities Resident Kay Wyma) 3/28 7:44A Kay
It s strange to think about a week ago today. Whatever you were doing one thing is certain (for everyone, everywhere) business as usual isn t usual right now. Plans have...

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Sonia Gensler Discusses How To Write Monsters, Heros

The Bagpipe Online 4/1 7:13P Sarah Small, Reporter
Sonia Gensler, a former high school English teacher and current horror book author, came to LitFest to talk about how to build the perfect horror story hero. Her first book,...

Matt Lyle Breaks Down Basics Of Comedy

The Bagpipe Online 4/1 7:12P Jeneta Nwosu, Reporter
Playwright Matt Lyle led workshops in comedy writing as a part of the Literary Festival. Lyle started off the session by asking students if their friends thought they were...

Hampton Sides Shares How To Make Locations Come Alive

The Bagpipe Online 4/1 7:12P Chloe Haag, Reporter
During the “On Location” LitFest workshop, narrative historian Hampton Sides discussed how to write more descriptively and make a place come alive. Sides was always bored by...

Michael Gómez Teaches Students To Title Songs

The Bagpipe Online 4/1 7:12P Ava Craycroft, Reporter
For his Litfest presentation, songwriter Michael Gómez taught students how to write create song titles. It was Gómez’s second year presenting at Litfest and although the...

Kurt Voelker Speaks On Film, Directing, Screenwriting

The Bagpipe Online 4/1 7:11P Lauren Leyrer, Reporter
Among the Literary Festival presentations was Kurt Voelker, who is 53 years old and is a film writer and director in Hollywood.  Voelker had always had a passion for writing,...

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Take Shelter In This Swanky Seattle Treehouse

Second Shelters 4/1 11:47P Amy Puchaty
Have a few million burning a hole in your pocket? Then why not take shelter in this Seattle suburb stunner! Privately nestled in the idyllic Beaux Arts area of Washington, it has all the trappings of...

Palmetto Bluff Is A Paradise Waiting For A Buyer Like You

Second Shelters 3/30 10:15P Amy Puchaty
These Palmetto Bluff dream homes are exactly the thing to lift us up during trying times. And who says you can’t shop for your perfect paradise while riding out the storm? Palmetto Bluff – a South...

Live Beach Adjacent – and Privately – in Virginia Beach

Second Shelters 3/29 1:30A Bethany Erickson
Often a spring break and summer vacation spot, Virginia Beach has a rich history that dates back to Jamestown – but our historical shelter this week isn’t quite that old. Located where the Atlantic...

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On the Agenda: Ventilator and bed counts, stay-home orders

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 4/1 2:44A Bill Hethcock
Welcome back to “On the Agenda,” the Dallas Business Journal column that scours city, county and other agendas, minutes, meetings and documents to see how North Texas entities...

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Pistachio Crusted Chicken With Mustard Cream Sauce

Life at the Table 4/2 4:59A Life At The Table
Pistachio Crusted Chicken with a Mustard Cream Sauce Did you know that pistachios sold in the United States used to be dyed red? This practice began in the 1930s.   California processors began dying...

Meals Are Better When Shared at the Home Table

Life at the Table 3/31 4:33A Life At The Table
Meals Are Better When Shared You’ve made a beautiful meal. Even if it’s just rice and beans, it’s to your liking and makes your tastebuds dance. Now what? Meals don’t have to...

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Can Money Affect Romantic Relationships?

Dallas Single Mom 4/3 12:21A Teia Collier
There is a prevailing notion that money is irrelevant when it comes to dating and relationships. This can be true in the sense that one should not look for another person to...

(Social) Distance Learning

Design Mom 4/2 1:08P Design Mom
How about a piece of good news today? Some of you know I run a conference called Alt Summit. Something you might not know is that the Alt Summit Community is largely made up of small businesses and...

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