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Do I Look Fat in this Fitbit?

  by Lisa A. Beach Tapping into the latest trend, my well-intentioned husband recently bought me a Fitbit, one of those omniscient fitness tracker wristbands. The Fitbit monitors your every move (literally) with a built-in GPS and loads of features,

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Southwest Jewish Congress To Honor 14 Outstanding Women, Men and Young Adults

  Be Inspired. Take Action. Embrace the future. Come celebrate the 14 outstanding women, men and young adults being honored at the 2017 Texas Sized Event presented by the Southwest Jewish Congress. The event features the Audrey Kaplan Inspiring Women of the

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AWARE Announces 2017-2018 Grant Recipients

  Mark your calendars for Friday, April 13, 2018 for the annual gala AWARE Affair Celebrate the Moments AWARE president Venise Stuart has announced the grant recipients for the 2017 – 2018 year. Applications were submitted from nonprofit organizations located in Dallas

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Hungry for Health, Starved for Time Harmonious Living by the Word’s Namesake

  by Deb Silverthorn Dallas resident Suzy Harmon is taking a big bite out of life – a healthy bite  – combining her talents and expertise as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and author of Hungry for Health, Starved for Time, with

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Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities, Dallas ISD and JCPenney Host Back to School Shopping Experience for Thousands of Underserved Kids in Dallas

  August 10, 2017 (Dallas, TX) — On Wednesday, August 7, 2017, Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities, in partnership with Dallas Independent School District and title sponsor JCPenney, provided 3,000 new school uniforms valued at $150,000 to students from seven

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St. Andrew UMC’s Summer SPARK TANK Challenge Program Making a Difference

To date, over 85 projects have been approved, and over $100,000 has been allocated Last summer, a St. Andrew UMC church family was inspired by a sermon and wanted to do something to encourage others to change the world.  They

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DART is Your Connection to Hike-and-Bike Trails

  by Tricia White With cooler weather, it’s the perfect time to get back outdoors and explore. Fortunately, North Texas has an extensive hike-and-bike network that appeals to any fitness level. Best of all, you can reach many of the

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Wanna Get Away (From the Kids)?

Check out these relaxing vacation destinations! by Rick Seaney | Contributor Let’s be honest. No region (or country) has a lock on “most relaxing” cities, but I think these vacation destinations fit the bill nicely. Take a look. San Diego,

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Chow Down! Dog-Friendly Dining Digs

Looking for a great place to eat that also welcomes your furry best friend? Check out these best bets that blend fantastic food with comfy, spacious outdoor seating for you and your canine pal. From ethnic restaurants to pub fare

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