If you liked June’s cover story about the lives of neighborhood celebrities, you also might enjoy listening to an Advocate Radio podcast with more anecdotes about the interviews and the paparazzi-style photo shoots, or learning about the ringtone picks of a few of our neighborhood’s TV reporters.
For the most part, magnet schools and TAGs in Dallas ISD avoided major staff losses, but learning centers didn’t fare as well. A comment from a Back Talk reader inspired this analysis on the racial make-up of the district’s special schools from Advocate publisher Rick Wamre, and one neighbor already weighed in on the issue.
Anticipate fewer operating hours this summer at our neighborhood’s rec centers, like Kidd Springs, Kiest and Martin Weiss. The Dallas Park and Recreation Department says its priority in the face of budget cuts is to preserve programs for children.
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