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Kathy Chamberlain Celebrates 40 Years of Teaching

In 1977 a gallon of gas cost 65 cents, the first Apple II computers went on sale, and Kathy Chamberlain opened a ballet studio that has since helped thousands upon thousands of dancers “whose dreams are based, like hers, on a

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Concussions and Sports Injuries

By Alicia Wanek Sports moms everywhere were scared by the recent news story showing that in a study of NFL players’ brains donated to scientific research, 99% showed signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the disease highlighted in the film Concussion

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Kitchen Makeover

  Rich Ideas that Won’t Break the Bank By Dawn Bluemel Oldfield I never thought I’d add “general contractor” to my resume, but a few years ago when my husband and I decided to bite the bullet and finally remodel

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Create an Outdoor Retreat

By Dawn Bluemel Oldfield / Home & Garden Editor Your yard has the potential to be another living area—an extension of your home.  The perfect place to relax, dine and entertain.  Our Texas climate offers the opportunity to enjoy the

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Healthy Co-Parenting

By Dr. Dean Beckloff / Contributor It’s tough, this thing called co-parenting. When two parents have separated and are now living in two homes, it can be quite the challenge. If two adults have decided that they cannot live together

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Good Eats

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

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Dental Heath for Seniors

The good news is we are living longer, and there are great advancements in healthcare. The “other” news is that many of us find ourselves in charge of caring for our aging parents, many of whom need our help remembering

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