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DART to Unique Summer Activities

    by Tricia White | Managing Editor Once school is out and the days are longer, there’s lots of time to visit places you’ve never been, or haven’t been in a while. Whether those adventures are close to home

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“I got to see the world”

  Reflections by a member of The Greatest Generation by Karyn Brodsky They’re called “The Greatest Generation:” men and women who sacrificed, willingly and proudly serving their country in World War II to protect the freedoms still enjoyed today. Those

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What’s On Your “Bucket List?”

  Why You Should Plan Now to Afford Your Dreams by David White | Contributor I once had a client who passed away about six months after retirement at age 65.  His wife told me, “He’d always promised me we’d travel

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The Dining Guide

  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

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ALL-STAR GALA – A NIGHT IN MONTE CARLO BENEFITING THE TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION

More than $120,000 was raised for the efforts of the Taylor Hooton Foundation as over 250 supporters attended the Third Annual All-Star Gala on March 25th at Lamborghini Dallas. The Taylor Hooton Foundation is dedicated to educating North America’s young

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Major League Dad

Don Hooton’s Mission: Keeping Kids Safe from Steroids by Kristin Ciccarelli When he isn’t on the road, spreading the word on the dangers of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs), Don Hooton says he enjoys the twenty-foot commute to his

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SAT’s Overall High School Timeline

      by Karyn Brodsky FRESHMAN  • Create a high school plan. Familiarize yourself with which high school courses are required by colleges and be sure to enroll in the applicable courses starting this year. Know the levels of

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The Road to College

      Planning tips and timelines  that drive the process by Karyn Brodsky When it comes to planning for college, many would agree with the Plano Senior High School website* description, “the college admissions process can be a monstrous

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8 Things Every 18-Year-Old Should Be Able To Do

  by Tierney Thompson | Contributor As we race toward the end of another school year we hope that our children have learned all they need to move on to the next level. Julie Lythcott-Haims, bestselling author of How to

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