Back in 1929 things were really happening. The stock market cratered and The Great Depression engulfed the world in an economic crisis that lasted for years. The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre took place in Chicago. The first Academy Awards were presented at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The Museum of Modern Art opened to the public in New York City. Born in that year were … [Read more...] about Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Recalls Days Of The Past And The Years Since Then
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Forget the normal, everyday symposium. The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture always manages to put a unique spin on such a humdrum affair. Well, they’re really done it for The 2015 MLK Symposium.On Monday, January 17 19, the symposium will take place at the Dallas City Performance Hall. But in addition to a panel discussion about the accomplishments of Dr. … [Read more...] about World Premiere of “The 67th Book Of The Bible” To Highlight The Dallas Institute Of Humanities And Culture’s 2015 MLK Symposium
According to Dallas Institute of Culture and Humanities Communications and Development Director Emily Hargrove,“Tickets have just gone on sale for our 10th Annual MLK Symposium on MLK Day, January 19, 2015, and our wish at the Dallas Institute is that folks come out and join us for this very special night.“What makes it so special? It will be the world premiere of … [Read more...] about MySweetWishList: The 2015 MLK Symposium
If you were hoping for that check in today's mail, stop the wishful thinking. But if you were dreading that bill, you'll be happy.Why?Because post office services are closed today in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.Banks will also be shuttered, but ATM's will be up and running. … [Read more...] about Post(wo)men And Bankers Are MIA Today