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Ask the SSA: Retirement

Question: I received a notice from Social Security recently. It said my name and Social Security number do not match Social Security’s records. What should I do?

Music saved my life: Giving voice to the power of faith

Maya Angelou once said that people might forget what you say and do, but never how you make them feel. The saying describes the aspirations of SMU graduate Maya Jones – named for the legendary poet and activist. The young ...

Blair Underwood honored during TBAAL gala

“Brother Underwood, supporter of the Black Academy and friend, you have no idea how much we love and appreciate you for the work that you have done,” gushed Curtis King, founder and president of The Black Academy of Arts and ...

Art through the eye of the collector

During exclusive viewings of the Eye of the Collection Exhibit on April 14 and April 15 at the Perot Museum, Highland Capital Management presented its self-curated exhibit, which featured a variety of items ranging from historic to crafty-memorabilia pieces collected ...

Prince fought throat, stomach pains in his final months

On stage, Prince was still captivating audiences at recent performances in Australia and California. He hosted a pop-up party at his Paisley Park studio, and there were few outward signs in his final months that anything was wrong.

Prince siblings in probate court in 1st hearing on estate

Five of Prince's six surviving siblings appeared in court Monday for the first hearing to start sorting out an estate certain to be worth millions, a task complicated because the star musician isn't known to have left a will.

On the Border restaurant offers celebration tips for Cinco de Mayo

Long, before being known as “Cinco de Drink-o” the Mexican celebrations of May 5 commemorated an unexpected victory for the people of Mexico.

Prince, a revolutionary one-man band

On his own, Prince was a revolutionary recording artist and one-man band.

Show Boat boldly exposes racial disparities during Jim Crow era

Show Boat examines through comedy and drama the complexities of love and family – not new territory for musical theater – while adding the element of racial disparity within the Deep South and the cities in the North during the ...

Chef Tre Wilcox stirs up success with fresh concept

You can’t miss Chef Tre Wilcox. Whether it’s his ready-for-NFL build or unforgettable laugh, the James Beard-nominated chef hardly goes unnoticed. Standing out is by design when it comes to TRE Cooking Concepts, the demo kitchen and dining space Wilcox ...

Watch Me Whip: ‘Let’s Dance – The Tour’ 2016 comes to Dallas

Trendy dances such as the Whip/Nae Nae, DLOW Shuffle, Hit Dem Folks and Hit the Quan have not only gone viral on the Internet but can be seen being performed by people of all ages, body types and ethnicities.

App helps lower water bill

When spring rains give way to summer temperatures, limits on lawn watering become a regular fixture in the area; at the same time, very few residents find their water bills to be a welcome message in their mailboxes.

National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation

While El Nino has delivered on at least part of its anticipated weather swings, it has done little to change the status quo facing the nation’s water supply problem. That’s part of the message behind the Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge ...

Black women take center stage at South by Southwest

Amidst the late night concerts, daytime parties, tech unveilings and film screenings, Black women shined in Austin during the 30th annual South by Southwest Festival and Conference. From the first lady of the United States to America’s favorite Thursday night ...

MAPB host Youth Speakout against

Applause and tears surfaced periodically from an emotional audience composed of diverse races, ages and sexes during the inaugural Clinton R. Allen Youth Speakout program held March 19 inside the performance space at the South Dallas Cultural Center.

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