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Archive for: March, 2013

7 Amazing Outdoor Sheds

7 Amazing Outdoor Sheds

For most people, the shed is a utilitarian space, relegated to the realm of prefab necessity and set off in a disposable corner of the yard.  It’s a place for tools and lawn equipment – or, worse, an onsite storage space.  As long as the outside doesn’t clash too much with the paint colors of [...]

The 5 Most Hazardous Professions

The 5 Most Hazardous Professions

Every now and then we’ll read an article, or see a news report, about how working an eight-hour desk job is dangerous for our backs, our arms, our health. And while there are certainly points to be made that staring at a computer all day long is not the healthiest thing to do, there are [...]

3 Ways to Help Even Out Your Site’s Rankings

3 Ways to Help Even Out Your Site’s Rankings

When looking for advice on how to increase traffic to a website, it’s easy to get lost in the piles of tips and tricks that are out there. It’s also hard to tell what works and what doesn’t, especially when results aren’t immediate. Most websites and online businesses acquire their audience in a collection of [...]

The Internet Explosion: A Look at the Rate of Growth of the Web

The Internet Explosion: A Look at the Rate of Growth of the Web

In 1995, Newsweek published a now-infamous opinion article declaring the Internet would flop. In the article, tellingly entitled “The Internet? Bah!”, the author scoffed at the claim that someday people would be getting their news and information from the internet, and chuckled at the notion that the young world of the web would cause paper [...]

Zeus Comics a Dallas Landmark: Comic store has been a go-to place for comic book lovers for years

Zeus Comics a Dallas Landmark: Comic store has been a go-to place for comic book lovers for years

by Caleb Wossen Walk in through the doors of Zeus Comics and Collectibles and your eyes are diverted to bright walls. Looking for a new release? Check the green wall. Behind a month on your favorite title? Head to the red wall. Partial to manga? Purple wall’s got you covered. While you’re there, check the [...]

Researchers: Holocaust Numbers are Worse Than We Thought

Researchers: Holocaust Numbers are Worse Than We Thought

by Ayen Bior There was a time when many thought the slaughter of millions in the 11-year reign of the Nazi regime was so egregious it could not get any worse. That time has passed. Recent information from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum reveals well known and accepted numbers from the Holocaust are exceptionally conservative. According to [...]

Willis’ Blog: Cell Phones but no Banks

Willis’ Blog: Cell Phones but no Banks

Willis’ Blog: Cell Phones/No Banks While at lunch today at Two Podner’s (one of my favorites) I was talking with an African-American gentlemen about things in general and he made two statements that stuck with me and I’m seeking your thoughts about his statements: he said “ I was working at a for North Dallas [...]

Savor the Flavor: A Celebration of Wine, Food, Spirits and the Arts

Savor the Flavor: A Celebration of Wine, Food, Spirits and the Arts

DSN Newswire Enjoy the 9th annual Savor Dallas which has been expanded this year to four days of festivities. Thurs., March 14-Sun., March 17th. The largest premium wine and food event in Texas features cuisine from over 60 of the area’s top chefs and more than 400 premium wines, spirits and beers at its events [...]

KROGER PROMOTION RAISES FUNDS BENEFITING UNCF

KROGER PROMOTION RAISES FUNDS BENEFITING UNCF

DSN Newswire Grocer’s in-store program raises $15,260 for scholarships and operating funds for Texas-based students and historically black colleges & universities Kroger and UNCF–the United Negro College Fund–the nation’s largest and most effective minority education assistance organization, today announced that Kroger’s annual coin canister donation program, which  was recently held in all North Texas store [...]

Honoring Rosa Parks

Honoring Rosa Parks

by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson The United States Postal Service recently honored Mrs. Rosa Parks by issuing a stamp that features a portrait of the diminutive civil rights legend whose singular act of protest helped to change America. In Dallas and in cities and hamlets throughout the nation, people of all ages gathered on February [...]

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