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Event Marks Vent-A-Hood Anniversary

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RICHARDSON, TX — To celebrate the company’s 84th anniversary, Vent-A-Hood recently hosted a special event with a one-of-a-kind celebration following the organization’s National Distributor Meeting. The all-day event for the firm’s distributors, retailers and suppliers began with a breakfast and special keynote presentation from former First Lady of the U.S. Laura Bush. Bush was introduced to the audience by legendary…

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WildFlower Arts & Music Festival in Richardson May 19-21

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2017 is the 25th year for WildFlower! Arts and Music Festival! This year the event takes place Friday, May 19th – Sunday, May 21st in Richardson, TX! Art, Food and great live music on 5 stages! Lynyrd Skynyrd, Night Ranger, The B-52’s, The All American Rejects and many more. Come join the fun at Gatalyn Park in Richardson. Tickets and…

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Tarrytown Boutique-Style Community Announces Opening Date

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Burlington Ventures announced the opening of The Richardson at Tarrytown on May 25. The 27-unit community in Tarrytown, Texas features the unique trait of having no stairs. Residents can use elevators from the underground parking to access the apartments. The Richardson is expected to be available for move-in this summer. The property, located at 3215 Exposition Blvd., features nine distinct…

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Fenway Building Boom Hints at Possibilities, Perils for Wrigleyville

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Fenway Park, home of Boston’s beloved Red Sox, is a beacon for activity. The neighborhood surrounding the field is experiencing a dramatic transformation, turning the area into a showcase of old and new. It is a dynamic that offers a potential preview of what’s to come in Wrigleyville — with all its possibilities and pitfalls. (Nancy Stone / Chicago Tribune)…

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