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Tech Titans announces finalists of 2019 awards

Richardson Chamber of Commerce 7/16 2:58P
July 08, 2019 Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in Texas, has announced its 2019 finalists for the Tech Titans Awards. Representing a quarter million employees through its 300...

Thank you to volunteers

Richardson Chamber of Commerce 7/15 12:57P
Volunteers make the Chamber successful, and Richardson a vibrant business community. Thank you for your time, efforts, and positive energy! If you re not already a volunteer, join us ! Aaron MacPhie...

Chamber brings Robbins speaker for strategy workshop

Richardson Chamber of Commerce 7/15 12:57P
Chamber brings Robbins speaker for strategy workshop Chamber members can learn personal and professional strategy from a Robbins Institute veteran at a special luncheon...

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Dallas Zoo Reveals Theme for Annual Zoo To Do Party

Richardson BubbleLife iReporter 7/7 7:51A Cynthia Smoot
On Thursday, June 13, supporters of the Dallas Zoo gathered for a private party at the Dallas Zoos Simmons Safari Base Camp where the details for this years exciting Zoo To Do fundraising event were...

Mission Mocha

Richardson BubbleLife iReporter 7/5 3:00A First Baptist Richardson
MISSION MOCHA | WEDNESDAYS | 7AM-10AM In an effort to reach out to the community and provide students an opportunity to raise funds for mission projects, we have started a...

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Kroger Accepting School Supply Donations For Backpack Boosters

Richardson ISD News Desk 7/16 9:14A RISD Digital Media
This year, Richardson ISD once again will benefit from the generosity of the entire DFW community and beyond through Kroger’s Backpack Boosters initiative. During the final two weeks of July, Kroger...

3D Brain Imaging May Improve Treatment Path for MS Patients

UT Dallas News Center 7/15 12:00A
Center for BrainHealth researchers joined colleagues at UT Southwestern Medical Center to study images of multiple sclerosis lesions, with the aim of learning to differentiate between injuries that...

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A New Brazilian Steakhouse Debuts Next Month in North Dallas

Eater Dallas 7/15 6:00A Amy McCarthy
12 Cuts Steakhouse is en route to North Dallas Next month, Brazilian steakhouse 12 Cuts will open its doors in the space formerly occupied by yet another shuttered churrascaria. Signage is up on the...

6 Amazing Ways To Get Chilled in Dallas

Crave DFW 7/13 7:34A Steven Doyle
by Steven Doyle Ice Cream has been a perennial favorite of Americans since the beginning of our history and beyond. Thomas Jefferson had an elaborate recipe for his ice cream that took hours and...

Social lounge for grown-ups is coming to Addison

Dallas Morning News (Restaurants) 7/12 6:41A Christian Burno
Founded by restaurateur Brent Tipps of BoomerJack’s fame, Sidecar Social will be a go-to for adults come Aug. 19. Continue reading

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Rogue GMO Wheat – Dangers and Costs

Food Renegade 7/16 11:41A Kristen Michaelis CNC
The USDA has now identified the unapproved rogue GMO wheat they found growing in a field in Washington State last month. MON 71800 is a strain of genetically-modified wheat...

Fill Up On Color: Eat the Rainbow

Life at the Table 7/16 2:45A Chef Sandra Lewis, Life At The T
Fill Up On Color: Eat the Rainbow “Somewhere over the rainbow way up high. There’s a land that I heard of once in a lullaby” What does a song about childhood dreams and...

Celebration Day! 27 Years Strong

The Making of a Home 7/11 3:51A Holly K. Ross
Today is our Anniversary!  27 years ago I made the best decision of my life! As I sit here and think about what had transpired over these years, I am in awe. There is a phrase I like to use about Tony...

What Are GMOs and GM Foods?

Live Science 7/7 11:40P
GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, are a contentious topic in science and politics.

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Art&Seek Jr: To The Moon And Back!

Art&Seek Jr 7/16 8:38A Therese Powell
The other night, while my daughter and I were watching one the many programs about the upcoming anniversary of Apollo 11 she turned to me and asked what I remembered most about the night Neil...

Our Summer So Far

Mommy Shorts 7/16 7:51A Mommy Shorts
For everyone who receives my daily newsletter, I know there was an issue with it last week. We are working on getting it fixed and have paused the daily until it s resolved. In the meantime, you can...

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