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A True Shooting Star

Bradley Rossel shines as a community leader. by Alicia Wanek A shooting star is described as a meteor that glows as it moves through the atmosphere. In Bradley Rossel’s acceptance speech for the Chesed Award from Chabad of Plano, he likened,

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Highland Park High School Program Serves Up Tasteful Opportunities

  by Madison Cook Cane’s? Chipotle? Which Which? What about Scot’s Café?   And no, Scot’s Café isn’t another new fast food joint.  This café is far more special. Scot’s Café is part of the Transition Program for special needs

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HOT Gear for COOL Backyards

  by Karyn Brodsky What’s the best way to keep track of your kids this summer? Make your backyard the “place to be” and their friends will want to hang out there. It’s a win-win: you always know where your

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The Top 3 Things to Increase Your Home’s Beauty and Value

  by Karyn Brodsky Summer’s here and the time is right…for making home improvements! With more hours of daylight, summer is the perfect time to tackle all of your remodeling projects. Be sure to focus on those that you can

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Good Eats!

  Our editors scoured the greater Dallas area for family-friendly dining destinations. Here are some of our favorites. Casual Family Dining Finding a family-friendly restaurant that’s affordable, accessible and delicious can be challenging – but we know where to look! The

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6 Ways to Explore Your Town Like a Tourist

  by Lisa A. Beach Are you in a “fun rut”? You know the signs: your weekends start to all look the same, your date nights stay within a two-mile radius of your house and you’ve got a “been there,

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KENNY BOWERS TO OPEN KENNY’S EAST COAST PIZZA IN PLANO

As a native Bostonian, Kenny Bowers grew up surrounded by great pizza.  Now, he’ll bring that classic, East Coast style of pizza to North Texas when he opens Kenny’s East Coast Pizza in Plano’s Berkeley Square shopping center at the

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Giving the Keys, Taking the Keys

  “Sandwich Generation” Parents Face the Worry at Both Ends by Alicia Wanek Driving is independence. The freedom to jump in the car and go where you want, when you want, is a privilege that is integral to the lifestyles we

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Finding the Right Kind of Balance

  by Dr. Susan Sugerman | Contributor We live in a fairly privileged, relatively low-stress time in history, at least in terms of our day-to-day lives as Americans.  Though there are definite exceptions, many of us don’t spend a lot

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