Apartments For Rent North Dallas TX – Tips For First Time Renters

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Is this your first rodeo? That’s just a play on words since you’re about to be searching out apartments in the Lone Star State. There are a ton of apartments for rent in North Dallas. You’re looking at renting your very first apartment, and that can be quite an overwhelming yet exciting ordeal. The task at hand is to look at all the apartments for rent North Dallas TX has to offer and to choose the one that fits your needs best.

Smithfield High Girls Soccer makes First State Tournament

On Tuesday night, Varstiy Girls Soccer team Smithfield High defeated Great Bridge to move onto their first ever state tournament on May 29, 2018. Smithfield High will play Jamestown at Wanner Stadium this coming Thursday. On Tuesday night, Varstiy Girls Soccer team Smithfield High defeated Great Bridge to move onto their first ever state tournament on May 29, 2018. Smithfield High will play Jamestown at Wanner Stadium this coming Thursday….

Billboard Music Awards 2018: See the complete winners list

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Taylor Swift, Khalid, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars, and Ed Sheeran were the evening’s big winners at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, which was hosted by pop superstar and current Voice mentor Kelly Clarkson and featured performances by Clarkson herself, Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa, and more. Janet Jackson also gave a standout, career-spanning performance upon receiving the coveted Billboard Icon Award. Lamar, Sheeran, and…

Cisco Scrubs Blog Post About YouTube Ads as It Figures Out Messaging

Cisco Systems Inc. CSCO -0.80% can’t seem to decide how upset it is with YouTube. The networking-gear giant Wednesday attacked the video service, a part of Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL -0.19% Google, over concerns about its advertisements appearing alongside unsavory content. In a blog post, Cisco’s chief marketing officer said the company was pulling its ads from YouTube “until the platform has met our standards.” That post vanished Thursday. A spokesman…

Elevator Abruptly Stops, Injures Woman In Dallas: Report

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DALLAS, TX — A woman was injured Wednesday morning when the elevator she was riding made an abrupt stop, according to reports. The malfunction was at the Bank of America plaza in the 900 block of Main Street. Dallas News reported firefighters responded around 9:20 a.m. It was originally thought that the elevator had fallen, but officials learned that the car had come to an abrupt stop. Apparently, a safety…

Ousted Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price issues statement,​ thanks management, ownership and fans

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Bryan Price, silent since his dismissal as Reds manager on Thursday, issued the following statement to the beat writers covering the club: "It is with tremendous gratitude and appreciation for the 8+ years spent as a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization that I bid adieu to so many wonderful friends and co-workers. I wish Jim Riggleman great success as he takes the reins of the club, and send a…

WPP Chief Executive Martin Sorrell Steps Down

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Martin Sorrell has stepped down as chief executive of WPP WPP 0.49% PLC following the conclusion of an investigation into an allegation of personal misconduct, ending his more than three decades of leadership atop the world’s largest advertising company. Roberto Quarta, chairman of WPP’s board, will take on the role of executive chairman until a new CEO is appointed, the company said. Mark Read, chief executive of WPP agency Wunderman,…

Tough offseason isn’t slowing Twins’ Miguel Sano

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Twins third baseman Miguel Sano threw out Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy for the final out of the first inning. The Twins and manager Paul Molitor must feel lucky that just six games into the season they are 4-2 and have third baseman Miguel Sano already performing at the All-Star level he showed last season. With Sano coming off offseason surgery on his left tibia and then facing an MLB…

Walmart pulls Cosmopolitan from checkout lines

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CHICAGO — It appears Cosmo is a little too racy for Walmart. The retail chain said it will stop selling Cosmopolitan magazine at checkout lines across the country. The longstanding publication targets female readers and is mostly staffed by women, according to Business Insider. The magazine will still be available on Walmart magazine racks. Walmart said the magazine is graphic and often contains offensive material. The National Center on Sexual…