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Archive for: April, 2013

4 Steps to Take When Your Employer Doesn’t Offer Insurance

4 Steps to Take When Your Employer Doesn’t Offer Insurance

One of the biggest concerns for the current workforce is securing health insurance benefits. Basic checkup costs, dental care, and vision needs can be exorbitant without coverage. Having insurance in case of an emergency is crucial, as the costs without aid can skyrocket. Different states and countries have varying approaches to health insurance. If one’s [...]

Bush Dedication Draws Dissent: Protests Against Library Opening Planned

Bush Dedication Draws Dissent: Protests Against Library Opening Planned

by Ayen Bior The Bush Center on the SMU campus has sparked intense dialogue since the project was proposed in 2006. With the center’s completion and dedication set for April 25, protestors say they will be there to voice their concerns against what they say are the failures of the Bush administration. Harris is a [...]

Dog Bowl at the Cotton Bowl

Dog Bowl at the Cotton Bowl

by Abril Murillo The Dallas-iconic Cotton Bowl Stadium was filled with joy, excitement, paws and hundreds of wagging tails when the Friends of Fair Park hosted their annual Dog Bowl. This free event brought together dog-loving owners with vendors that offered many services for their pets. Both sides of the gates had dozens of owners [...]

The Honorable Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark New Jersey, to Speak benefiting CitySquare

The Honorable Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark New Jersey, to Speak benefiting CitySquare

DSN Newswire CitySquare’s 18th Annual Community Prayer Breakfast, entitled “For the Good of the City” will take place on Thursday, April 18th at Dallas Market Center. For 18 years, CitySquare has hosted a community prayer breakfast that brings Dallas leadership and citizens together for powerful discussions and prayer. This year, CitySquare will be joined by [...]

The Kessler Theater reopens; stays true to its historical roots

The Kessler Theater reopens; stays true to its historical roots

by Elizabeth Scotti The Kessler Theater on West Davis Street in North Oak Cliff was the city’s most popular movie theater when it opened in 1942. But it sat vacant for decades after closing in the 1950s.  Today, the theater is back and as popular as ever. It now opens its doors to some of [...]

3 Tips for Understanding Online Casino Odds

3 Tips for Understanding Online Casino Odds

In the past, in order to get the true casino experience, people had to make their way to a real life casino. Now however, there are online casinos all over the internet and people can experience casino gambling without ever having to leave their homes. Some people play occasionally for fun but others are determined [...]

How to Make Healthy French Toast With Butter

How to Make Healthy French Toast With Butter

French toast can be one of the most delicious breakfast items available, and easy to make for all. However, it can also be made unhealthy and will only add cholesterol and fast to your day, especially because of the loaded cannabis butter. Check out this guide on making healthy french toast with cannabis butter: You’ll [...]

5 Great Chest Exercices

5 Great Chest Exercices

When targeting the chest muscles during a workout, it’s essential to know the proper exercises in order to get the best results. The chest is broken down into two main muscles: the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor, better know as the pectoral muscles or pecs. In order to get a well-rounded chest workout, both [...]

3 Common Postal Service Challenges

3 Common Postal Service Challenges

As the United States Postal Service grapples with its financial woes, private courier companies take center stage offering often superior shipping, tracking, and pricing services. While the speed and reliability of mail delivery has undoubtedly improved over the years, people still encounter issues and even obstacles to postal service delivery. Reliable, timely, and cost-effective shipping [...]

Willis’ Blog: Connecting, not talking about it!

Willis’ Blog: Connecting, not talking about it!

I’ve been in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area almost 37 years and I’ve  always heard  this talk about the Trinity River divide. It’s noticeable in a lot of ways, but if you look at streets like Westmoreland and Hampton on the south side of the Trinity and see how their names change on the other side, it [...]

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