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CITIZENS REMEMBER BLACK’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO CITY OF DALLAS

The Pythian Temple is highlighted as a Historical Landmark for the Blues. At the corner of Elm Street and Good-Latimer Expressway stands the reminder of Dallas’ yesterdays. This historical landmark, The Pythian Temple was designed by Dallas’ Black architect, William Sidney Pittman, and served as a business and social center for the black community during…

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RHYTHM, JAZZ AND QUILTS WEAVE TOGETHER AT THE MUSEUM OF TTU

LUBBOCK, TX—The Museum of Texas Tech University is pleased to offer Textural Rhythms: Constructing the Jazz Tradition, Contemporary African American Quilts, opening Sunday, December 13, and continuing through March 21, 2010, in Gallery 1, located at 3301 4th Street , where the admission is free as is the parking in the north and west lots.…

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New Year’s Resolution: Focus on Your Insides

Every New Year millions of people vow to get fit and improve their health by joining a gym and following a healthier diet. Unfortunately, many overlook an essential part of our overall health and wellness — the digestive system. When the digestive system is out of balance, you are vulnerable to experiencing occasional digestive upsets…

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America Grows In The New Year

Do you know America’s projected population as the New Year dawns? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the nation’s population is more than 308 million as the country rings in the New Year and new decade. America first reached the 200 million population mark back in 1967, and hit the 300 million mark in 2006.…

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