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Mayor Leppert Come to NCPA Reception to Hear Senator Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles

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Mayor Tom Leppert, who has made a very positive impact on Dallas and the city’s health, continues to show interest in the nation’s economic health. Here, he is pictured with NCPA founder and economist Dr. John Goodman.

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Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles

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The humorous insights of former Senator Alan Simpson and the southern charm and insight of former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles turned a very serious subject, their work as co-chairmen of the President’s debt reduction committee, into an entertaining and enlightening discussion.

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Vaquero Neighborhood in Westlake

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The Vaquero neighborhood in Westlake is the home of many of the nation’s most successful athletes, business owners and young families.

http://www.dougnewby.com/Neighborhoods/Outside_dallas/vaquero_club/Default.asp

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No Wonder Eddie Robinson was Hall of Fame Baseball Player and Equally Successful Baseball General Manager

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At the DeGolyer Library at Southern Methodist University, Eddie Robinson kept the audience laughing as he talked, told stories, incidents and episodes related in his book.

http://www.dougnewby.com/Neighborhoods/Highland_Park_and_University_Park/Univ…

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Tom Grieve

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Ranger broadcaster and former Major League Baseball player Tom Grieve came to talk at a book signing to honor Hall of Fame baseball player Eddie Robinson who had a tremendous impact on his life in baseball, both as a player and in the front office of the Texas Rangers. His son, Ben Grieve, is also a former star Major League Baseball player who lives in University Park.

http://www.dougnewby.com/neighborhoods/Highland_Park_and_University_Park/

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Bobby Brown, Hall of Fame Baseball Player, Former American League President and Cardiologist Shares Experiences

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At SMU, Bobby Brown, who still holds the highest World Series batting average, and his longtime friend and Hall of Fame baseball player Eddie Robinson shared hilarious baseball stories and provided great insights into the past and future of baseball at the book signing for Eddie Robinson and Highland Park resident Paul Rogers.

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Paul Rogers Giving Talk on My Lucky Life

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Attorney Paul Rogers at the DeGolyer Library gave a very interesting and amusing talk on the book he wrote My Lucky Life with Hall of Fame baseball player and baseball general manager Eddie Robinson.  He must have written another book’s worth of autographs and inscriptions after the talk.

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Reminiscing About Swiss Avenue Homes I Sold Years Ago

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When snow falls on the Swiss Avenue Homes in the historic district, the neighborhood looks even more like the turn of the century homes in Oak Park, Hinsdale and other Chicago area suburbs that were influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Style architectural design.

http://www.dougnewby.com/neighborhoods/Munger_Place_and_Swiss_Avenue/

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Twins in East Dallas

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A great thing about East Dallas is that many families buy homes and stay in the same home for 40 years, like this family raising children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.  Here are twin brothers with grandchild and grandniece.

http://www.dougnewby.com/neighborhoods/East_Dallas/

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Dr. Lee Mascarenhas Sells Out Show at Craighead-Green on Opening Night

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The Craighead-Green Gallery show of Lee Mascarenhas was filled with enthusiastic art patrons. The encaustic pieces sold out halfway through the opening, with many other art purchasers placing commissioned requests for new work by artist Lee Mascarenhas. Lee Mascarenhas, MD is both an anesthesiologist and a serious artist. His life has been filled with music and art. A Brazilian lineage and having architect designed residences in New Mexico, Dallas and New York provide a rich background and environment to draw from for his work. Lee Mascarenhas has been the recipient of prestigious art fellowships and workshops, furthering his definitive style and artistic expression.

The photographs show the large turnout for the show and the intense interest for this work. The multiple layers of wax and ink make striking paintings whether they are in subtle shades or bright colors, precise geometric patterns or organic shapes. We look forward to the next Lee Mascarenhas art opening.

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