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Why Dallas ISD Shouldn’t Have Taken Any Students to See Red Tails For Black History Month

The Morning News is all over a breaking story that today Dallas ISD took about 5,000 fifth-graders to see the movie Red Tails, about the exploits of the famed Tuskegee Airmen – the first black American combat pilots – during World War II. Reporter Matthew Haag’s blog post is right to ask why only boys […]

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Even For $600,000, Top Chef: Texas Can’t Tell the Difference Between Dallas and San Antonio

Bravo’s Top Chef, you may have heard, has set its current season in Texas – namely rotating between the cities of San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin.  This is a departure from previous seasons which were each centered on a single city: San Francisco, Las Vegas, and New York among them. The excuse for the change of […]

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See Raya Ramsey Talk About D Magazine Valentine’s Picks While Seated Next to Lingerie

As noted previously, ShopTalk‘s Raya Ramsey was on the telly early this morning. WFAA Daybreak host Ron Corning got too caught up in his personal anecdote about the blue cheese chocolate at Dude, Sweet Chocolate and ran out of time to ask Raya about where she got the lingerie that she’s seated next to during […]

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Despite What You’ve Read, Police Incident Reports Are Available

In today’s Dallas Morning News, there’s a story that says is still offline after being attacked by hackers. And this morning, police beat writer Scott Goldstein tweeted “Still no @DallasPD website this morning after weekend hacker attack that police won’t call a hacker attack.” Yet this week’s editions of Park Cities People, Preston Hollow […]

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Leading Off (2/9/12)

Mavs End Losing Streak, Dirk Nowitzki Moves to No. 21 On All-Time Scoring List. Dirk surpassed former Maverick Adrian Dantley and is something like 200 points behind Robert Parish for No. 20. I usually have something for situations like this. What is it? Oh, right: I SEE YOU, BIG GERMAN. Debate Over Deep Ellum School […]

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