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Devon A. Mosley



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Black Nativity celebrates the birth of Christ

Going on its 20th season, Black Nativity by Langston Hughes was directed by Ed Smith. It was a confluence of a Broadway musical, a church service, a spoken-word lounge, a modern Christmas party and a depiction of difficult times for an oppressed people.

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Fading Texas from red to blue

Sen. Royce West invited community leaders and members to a hearty breakfast at the RUSHtaurant of IBOC to inform them of the “State of the Democratic Party” and to spark a discussion on how to turn the state of Texas from red to blue – or from Republican to Democrat.

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Two brothers battle to make a difference

When you think of cable television in the late 1970s, what comes to mind? Dallas? Fantasy Island? The Incredible Hulk? The A-Team?

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Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain

Movie Review –

“I went to go see Kanye and Jay-Z perform,” Kevin Hart announced as he took the stage. “These … had a bunch of fire. I’m about to be the first comedian with some … fire.” Suddenly, fire sprays up along the back of the stage.

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Real Men Cook Dallas celebrates fathers, family

On Father’s Day, Real Men Cook Dallas, a non-profit organization that honors fathers through various types of events, hosted their 24th annual celebration at Gilley’s Southside Music Center. Many chefs, fathers, sons, tasters, performers and other non-profit organizations came together to participate in the sharing of different food ideas and items, as well as to enjoy entertainment by various performing artists.

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‘Cutting Edge’ call for global youth leaders

On April 27, approximately 200 students came from near and far to the University of Texas at Arlington to learn that being on the cutting edge in today’s global society is not only stylish and admirable but also important. The Cutting Edge Youth Summit hosted many workshops that focused on advancing attendees’ academic, mental and physical health, civic responsibility, and leadership skills – helping them understand the importance of mentorship, scholarship and becoming global youth leaders.

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‘Cutting Edge’ call for global youth leaders

On April 27, approximately 200 students came from near and far to the University of Texas at Arlington to learn that being on the cutting edge in today’s global society is not only stylish and admirable but also important. The Cutting Edge Youth Summit hosted many workshops that focused on advancing attendees’ academic, mental and physical health, civic responsibility, and leadership skills – helping them understand the importance of mentorship, scholarship and becoming global youth leaders.

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Fair housing: A glance at the past, a glimpse into the future

Women and men donned fine dresses and nice suits as they entered the Renaissance Dallas Hotel on Friday for the Dallas Association of Realtists’ 57th Annual Scholarship and Awards Banquet.

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Building History

An historic celebration in Oak Cliff

The library’s new facade – red, clear and different shades of blue glass panes interspersed in a rectangular prism through the left side of the structure, along with an interior and exterior made of local building materials.

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St. Philip’s School offers community a Parent University

In an effort to equip parents and other primary caregivers with resources and information to foster their children’s growth, teachers and experts in the parenting and education fields came together at St. Philip’s School and Community Center for a free, semi-annual Parent University on March 26. The program is centered on SPACES – Spiritual, Physical, Academic, Cognitive, Emotional and Social growth. The curriculum of the Morning Star Lecture Series is used during the workshop at the semi-annual parent education program.



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