Man recorded women in Dallas restaurant bathrooms

The Irving police department has been very busy reviewing over 1,000 videos of women in public restrooms recovered from Andrew Crawford Boden’s house and work computer. The 65-year-old Boden was arrested this past Summer on an improper photography charge after police in Grapevine discovered a video camera disguised like a wall plug in a Braum’s [...]

2014 Downtown Plano Festival Saturday October 25th


The annual Downtown Plano Festival will take place this Saturday, October 25th from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM in downtown Plano. The day-long event is a kaleidoscope of delicious food, family fun, and musical entertainment, all benefiting great causes: the North Texas Food Bank and the Historic Downtown Plano Association. Festival visitors can enjoy the [...]

WIN tickets to see Lauryn Hill in Dallas on November 4th!


Longtime fans can enjoy the acclaimed Lauryn Hill in a performance on stage at the South Side Ballroom at Gilley’s on Nov. 4. Hill rose to international fame when the Fugees’ seminal 1996 album The Score topped charts around the world, earning a Grammy for her spellbinding cover of Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly.” The [...]

Faith and community leaders plan for Freedom Sunday push to the polls

IBOC's Pastor Rickie Rush and Thurman Jones, Publisher of the North Dallas Gazette

Pastors and community leaders from around the state attended the Freedom Sunday clergy luncheon hosted by IBOC Church, Pastor Rickie Rush and the gracious members of his congregation. The attendees met to discuss ways to maximize our effort get the the vote out for Freedom Sunday on Oct. 26. Read more about the plans of the [...]

UT Dallas lecture series will look at the role of women in the Holocaust

Dr. Wendy Lower, the John K. Roth Professor of History at Claremont McKenna College, has earned accolades for her latest book, Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields. She will talk about the topic at 4 p.m. Sunday as part of the Burton C. Einspruch Lecture Series. (UT Dallas)

Dr. Wendy Lower, the John K. Roth Professor of History at Claremont McKenna College, will present two lectures Sunday and Monday for the annual Burton C. Einspruch Lecture Series, which is hosted by the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at UT Dallas. Lower’s first lecture, at 4 p.m. Sunday, is titled after her most recent book, Hitler’s Furies: [...]

Korean Wig Shop Owners Feel Pinch of Globalization

At their booth, members of the Korean Beauty Supply Association spoke to concert goers at the Southside Music Festival in Jonesboro, Atlanta in May, 2014.

By Jong Won Lee Special to the NNPA from Korea Daily Via New America Media ATLANTA — For decades, South Korean immigrants have dominated the U. S. wig industry — a niche they carved out in part by winning over the African American market. Not only was competition relatively scarce, but their ties to textile [...]

8 homes in Frisco evacuated because of gas leak

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Frisco firefighters are monitoring natural gas levels related to a leak in a neighborhood surrounding the intersection of Milestone Ridge and Ridgetop, located west of Coit Rd. and south of Canoe.   Eight homes are evacuated as a precautionary measure; however, no gas is detected inside any of the homes, at this time. At approximately [...]

Ribbon Cutting and Open House for Grand Opening of Texas Ford Aquatics Pool Facility


A ribbon cutting ceremony for Texas Ford Aquatics, formerly Frisco Aquatics, is scheduled for Friday, Oct 24 at 11:30am.  The ceremony will include a light lunch for attendees and a guided tour of the aquatic facility, located at 8353 Legacy Drive, near Frisco Fire Station #4. In addition, Texas Ford Aquatics (TFA) invites the public [...]

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