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  • Kiss the one you love for a chance to win four PAW Patrol Live tickets!

    Submit a photo of you kissing the one you love for a chance to win 4 tickets to see PAW Patrol Live: The Great Pirate Adventure March 1 – 3 at The Theatre at Grand Prairie! We’re picking 3 winners to receive 4 tickets each, so enter below! Contest ends Feb. 15 2019. We hope you win, but regardless you can still get 20% off: Use code LOVE20 to receive 20% off select tickets to PAW Patrol Live HERE. Valid […]

  • Savvy Saver: Home cookin’ and heartache – Valentine’s edition

    Valentine’s Day is seemingly bemoaned by 2/3 of people.* Singles hate it for causing existential crises, and those in long term relationships celebrate it with eye rolls or the living expression of the word “meh”. Left are the weirdos people who actually celebrate it. In this week’s Savvy Saver, we’ve got something for those who want to celebrate in Dallas / Fort Worth, disgruntled singles, and another Lunar New Year event for those that just want to ignore it. *Completely […]

  • Black History Visionaries: ‘I’m here to play golf’ Troy Mullins on the prejudice she still sees in golf

    Troy Mullins still sees a lot of prejudice in the world of professional golf. It used to bother her, but now she tries to see past it. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Savvy Saver: Learn about and celebrate Lunar New Year in DFW!

    Happy New Years! No, we’re that far behind – Chinese New Year is February 5! DFW has a sizable and diverse Asian and Chinese population. Here are a few ways to celebrate on a budget. Lunar New Year Festival | Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie Asia Times Square? Yep, we have one in DFW. And they’re throwing a two-weekend Lunar New Year Celebration, which you can still catch the last o! The annual Asia Times Square Lunar New Year […]

  • Black History Visionaries: DondrĂ© Whitfield recalls damage done by the limiting words of a teacher

    For actor, author, and activist DondrĂ© Whitfield, words spoken by an educator when he was young have caused him to battle daily with limits those words placed on him. Whitfield speaks about the important if having life, not death, spoken into you. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Black History Visionaries: Sherri Shepherd’s Emmy win was a big moment for her (and now it holds her wigs!)

    Winning an Emmy for her work on The View was a meaningful and important moment for Sherri Shepherd. She’s proud that people looked to them for a source of information and opinions. Plus, now it serves another useful purpose – her wig holder! CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Black History Visionaries: How Sherri Shepherd keeps pushing forward in life and her career

    Sherri Shepherd’s son Jeffery is her best friend. She watches him push forward, overcoming health and disability obstacles and it inspires her to keep pushing forward in her career. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Black History Visionaries: Charles Dickerson III and the Inner City Youth Orchestra of LA

    Charles Dickerson is the conductor of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, which aims to engage communities of color which typically do not have access to such programs. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Black History Visionaries: Charles Dickerson III and the rhythm of life

    Charles Dickerson and the rhythm of life. Charles is the conductor of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, which aims to engage communities of color which typically do not have access to such programs. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

  • Black History Visionaries: Charles Dickerson III on an upward path

    “We have a certain degree of rent that we are to pay while we’re on this earth” says Charles Dickerson III, conductor of the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles. While Charles may not think of himself as a part of black history per se, he knows he’s doing the job he’s supposed to be doing. CW33’s Black Visionaries are brought to you by The Cochran Firm of Dallas in celebration of Black History Month.

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