Creativity abounds in Allen family

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By Ben Tinsley bent@texasjewishpost.com Follow @bentinsley FORT WORTH — Richard Allen, a professor of film, television and digital media at Texas Christian University, and his daughter, playwright Rebekah Allen of…

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Award, NCSY, Shearith Sukkah

By Sharon Wisch-Ray sharonw@texasjewishpost.com Mazal tov to Steve Waldman, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance’s chairman of the board of directors, who has been awarded the Dallas Business…

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Sports notebook: Cowboys, Astros, UCLA, hockey

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By Brian Bateman brianb@texasjewishpost.com Did you notice something strange during the Dallas Cowboys’ regular-season opener? No, it wasn’t the lackluster offense and no, it wasn’t the injury to Dez Bryant.…

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Managing partner, press notes

By Sharon Wisch-Ray sharonw@texasjewishpost.com Mazal tov to Michael Appleman, a third-generation Fort Worth attorney, who has been elected managing partner of Cantey Hanger LLP. Appleman, 47, has been associated with…

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Jewish colleagues mourn Halliday's passing

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By Ben Tinsley bent@texasjewishpost.com Follow @bentinsley DALLAS — Jewish colleagues remember Ebby Halliday Acers — one of the city’s most beloved business icons — as a comrade, role model, advocate,…

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Sukkah building in 6 steps

Dear Rabbi, We are not observant, but have observant relatives who have a conference in Dallas and are staying with us over the next week. They have asked us to…

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