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South Dallas Affordable Housing Push

NBC DFW Local News 9/23 1:01P Ken Kalthoff
A ground-breaking for much-needed affordable housing in Dallas Thursday signaled an even bigger change for a long-neglected neighborhood. Banks and private foundations are partners with the non-profit Builders of Hope Community Development...

Bonton Neighborhood Gets New Investment in Literacy

NBC DFW Local News 9/17 2:32A Deborah Ferguson
Children in the Bonton neighborhood of South Dallas will soon have a new place to hang out and spend some time with a good book. A Literacy Lab is now set up inside a neighborhood community center. When a child is properly educated, you give them...

VolunteerNow's 7th Annual Voly in the Park

Oak Cliff BubbleLife iReporter 9/16 7:41A Kristi Bare
VolunteerNow hosted nearly 2,5000 attendees and 40 nonprofit organizations at its 7 th  annual Voly in the Park  event, the largest volunteer festival in North Texas, on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, from...

Horned Lizards From North Texas Zoos to Be Released into the Wild

NBC DFW Local News 9/16 3:17A
Horned lizards hatchlings from zoos in North Texas are heading to their new home. On Thursday, 100 hatchlings from the Fort Worth Zoo plus more from the Dallas Zoo and the Caldwell Zoo in Tyler head will be released into the wild. The hatchlings...

How to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in North Texas

NBC DFW Local News 9/15 8:24A
National Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 to October 15. During this month of celebration, we pay tribute to the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central...

Fair Park receives Cultural District designation

Dallas Business Journal 9/15 5:44A Demond Fernandez (WFAA)
The Texas Commission on the Arts announced Fair Park and some South Dallas neighborhoods are among state's new Cultural Districts.

Remembering Dotty Griffith, Pioneering Food Journalist

Texas Monthly 9/15 5:09A Patricia Sharpe
You knew Dotty Griffith was a Texan the minute you met her. The cookbook author and longtime food editor and restaurant critic at the Dallas Morning News who died Monday at the age of 71 had the...

How Mark Cuban Plans to Dunk on the Drug Industry

Texas Monthly 9/15 4:00A Shawn Shinneman
The subject line on the email began with two words: Cold pitch. When Alex Oshmyansky hit send, he figured he d never even get a reply from the recipient, Dallas billionaire Mark Cuban. After all,...
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