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Healthy Living for Mind & Body

Town of Highland Park (News) 7/17 12:27P
The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library wants to sharpen your mind.

Celebrating Suffrage

Town of Highland Park (News) 7/17 12:26P
The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

Travel Tips to Japan II

Town of Highland Park (News) 7/17 12:19P
The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library welcomes back Natsuyo of the Japan-America Society of Dallas-Fort Worth, to talk about business etiquette and attractions not...

Learn How to Avoid Financial Scams

Town of Highland Park (News) 7/17 12:15P
The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library welcomes Steve Benton of the Elder Financial Safety Center/Senior Source, to talk about the many types of scams and how to...

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MySweetCharity Photo Gallery Alert: 2019 Parade Of Playhouses

My Sweet Charity 7/12 2:00P Jeanne Prejean
NorthPark morning moms workout Imaginasium Writing on Lemonade Stand chalkboard It was move-in day for the Dallas CASA’s 2019 Parade of Playhouses at NorthPark Center. While a group of moms with...

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Comfort from Above: Filling and Flowing

Erin Schreyer's Leadership Life Legacy Blog 7/7 4:52A Erin Schreyer
My husband and I recently took advantage of the precious time we had to ourselves while our kids were having the times of their lives at summer camp (thank you, Pine Cove !) We headed to the Florida...

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6 Amazing Ways To Get Chilled in Dallas

Crave DFW 7/13 7:34A Steven Doyle
by Steven Doyle Ice Cream has been a perennial favorite of Americans since the beginning of our history and beyond. Thomas Jefferson had an elaborate recipe for his ice cream that took hours and...

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A Beauty And Bargain In Bar Harbor, Maine

Second Shelters 7/11 4:30A Amy Puchaty
According to USA Today , Bar Harbor, Maine, is one of the best places to buy a second home in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. See More...

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Everything is bigger in Texas — and now so is HCA

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 7/5 4:49A Joel Stinnett
Sam Hazen said during the company’s first-quarter earnings call that he saw future opportunities for HCA Healthcare Inc. to make “sizable acquisitions.” On Monday, the company...

New pharmacy aims for equitable care in Dallas

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 7/5 2:14A Rebecca Ayers
Prism Health North Texas and Ohio-based Equitas Health plan to jointly open a new pharmacy in Dallas in October. The partnership centers around using an integrated patient...

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Rogue GMO Wheat – Dangers and Costs

Food Renegade 7/16 11:41A Kristen Michaelis CNC
The USDA has now identified the unapproved rogue GMO wheat they found growing in a field in Washington State last month. MON 71800 is a strain of genetically-modified wheat...

Fill Up On Color: Eat the Rainbow

Life at the Table 7/16 2:45A Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The T
Fill Up On Color: Eat the Rainbow “Somewhere over the rainbow way up high. There’s a land that I heard of once in a lullaby” What does a song about childhood dreams and...

Celebration Day! 27 Years Strong

The Making of a Home 7/11 3:51A Holly K. Ross
Today is our Anniversary!  27 years ago I made the best decision of my life! As I sit here and think about what had transpired over these years, I am in awe. There is a phrase I like to use about Tony...

What Are GMOs and GM Foods?

Live Science 7/7 11:40P
GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, are a contentious topic in science and politics.

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5 Back to School Easy Breakfast Ideas

Kids Activities Blog 7/17 7:00A Chris
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day Give your kids a great start on busy school days with these 5 Back to School Easy Breakfast Ideas! 5 Back to...

Crafty Classroom Fables & Tales Review

Jens RAQ 7/17 6:26A Jenn L
Literacy is so important throughout our lives, but early childhood years should be a time to really nurture a love for good stories. Crafty Classroom sent us a copy of their...

23 Ways to Play With Water This Summer

Kids Activities Blog 7/17 1:00A Arena
Are you ready for fun in the sun this summer? From going to the pool to facing off with water balloons, we re sharing our favorite 23 ways to play with water this summer! 23...

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