Acupuncture is Going Mainstream

April 7, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Acupuncture, the traditional Chinese medicinal treatment, is becoming more popular among conservative doctors practicing Western medicine.

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Dallas Farmer’s Market Provides Something for Everyone

April 5, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Most people head down to Dallas’ Farmer’s Market expecting to see buckets full of brilliantly colored fruits and vegetables while farmers offer up slices of their locally grown pineapple and cantaloupe. However, it recent years it has expanded to include much more.

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Refugees Tend East Dallas Community Garden

March 30, 2010 · 1 Comment 

Since 1987, the East Dallas Community Garden has provided a venue for refugees to support their families and grow exotic vegetables that make adjusting to America easier. After escaping war, refugees from Cambodia, Laos and Somalia find a safe haven in their tight-knit community.

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Dallas’ ManiAACs are the Original Male NBA Dance Squad

March 26, 2010 · Comments Off 

Since 2002, The Mavs ManiAACs have been a group of heavyset men wearing tiny t-shirts cheering on the NBA team. What began as a joke turned into a trend around the country.

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Antique Annie of Dallas: Lula B’s Mary Ann Kaylor

March 21, 2010 · Comments Off 

Mary Ann Kaylor, is not your average antique seller. As the owner of Lula B’s, a funky and eclectic antique mall moving from Greenville Ave. to Downtown Dallas, Kaylor shares the sets of coincidences that led her to where she is today.

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Dallas Has One of the Nation’s Fastest Growing Markets for Burlesque

March 21, 2010 · Comments Off 

Dallas has one of the fastest growing markets for burlesque theater, a type of comedic variety show typically including striptease. Some people view burlesque as a tacky strip show while others embrace it as a form of art.

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SMU Costs More Than Ivy League’s Yale

March 18, 2010 · Comments Off 

Yale University is ranked the number two university in the nation while SMU is ranked 68. However, it costs more to attend the private Texas university than the Ivy League.

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Ex-Con Brings the Old-Time Butcher Shop Back

March 16, 2010 · Comments Off 

An ex-con turned butcher owns and operates one of the only independently owned meat shops in town.

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Harry Coley is the Secret to Wild About Harry’s

March 5, 2010 · Comments Off 

Harry Coley has owned and operated Wild About Harry’s, off Knox Street, since September 1996. He had a vision to center his business around the two foods he loved most: hot dogs and frozen custard.

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SMU Students Raised More Than $20,000 for Haiti

March 4, 2010 · Comments Off 

The SMU community came together and raised over $20,000 towards Haiti relief efforts.

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