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“I Had No Idea”

Why Keeping Disabilities a Secret from your Attorney is a Bad Idea by Colin Smith | Contributor One of the best things about being a lawyer is meeting a client for the first time. Before that initial meeting, I remind

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Prom: Celebration or Intoxication?

Attention parents! Are you ready for prom? Of course, there are the traditional preparations for this teenage rite of passage, but before you buy the dress or suit, pay for the flowers or photos and or hand your teen the

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Picture-Perfect Prom

Friends, festivities, and the final days of senior year…make your prom one that you will always remember. by Amy Levenson Krumholtz | Fashion Editor This season’s most enticing looks are all about glamour and grace.  The style is feminine and

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DART Is Your Ride to Pre-Prom Activities

You made it! Your hard work and sacrifice has paid off and soon you’ll walk across the stage and receive your high school diploma. But before that, you’ll likely participate in one of the most memorable celebrations for seniors –

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The Family Place Announces Partners Card 2016 Co-Chairs

The Annual Shopping Event Will Be Held October 28 – November 6, 2016 The Family Place is excited to announce that Elizabeth Dacus, Jane Rozelle and Samantha Wortley will serve as co-chairs of its annual shopping fundraiser, Partners Card 2016,

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A Pet Project

Watters Creek Animal Adoptions by Tricia White You know the old saying, “A dog is man’s best friend.” Truth be known, research shows that owning a pet can help you live longer and help prevent depression. Who doesn’t love cradling

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The Healing Power of Pets

  by Lisa A. Beach Two years ago, a yellow Labrador named Maddie was an abused dog left on the side of the road with her ten puppies. They were taken to Canine Soulmates, a foster group in Hurst, and

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Nominees Announced for The 5th Annual Dallas Summer Musicals High School Musical Theatre Awards

Michael A. Jenkins, President and Managing Director, Dallas Summer Musicals, Inc. (DSM); John R. Clutts, Chairman, The 5th Annual DSM High School Musical Theatre Awards (HSMTA) and Tracy Jordan, HSMTA Program Manager, announced the nominees for The 5th Annual High

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Think Before You Post!

Who checks out your social media (besides your friends)? by Lisa A. Beach This advice seems like common sense, but a lot of teens and tweens just aren’t heeding this advice when they use social media, and they are getting

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