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French subscription box partners with Genesis

Preston Hollow People •  August 8, 2019

Dallas-based OuiPlease, a premier luxury French subscription box in the United States, is launching its new social responsibility initiative called OuiCare starting in September in partnership with Genesis.

Comerica Bank to host third annual Women's Business Symposium

Preston Hollow People •  August 8, 2019

Comerica Bank will hold its third annual Women’s Business Symposium on Oct. 18 featuring keynote speaker Reshma Saujani, the founder/CEO of Girls Who Code. All sponsorships proceeds will benefit Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support’s mission of ending domestic violence.

Terry Crews recalled his “toxic male” recovery at annual Genesis luncheon

My Sweet Charity •  July 2, 2019

Terry Crews was busting with man-ism on Friday, May 10, at the Anatole. As guests gathered in the Wedgwood Room for the VIP meet-and-greet, the former NFL player was the consummate man’s man as he talked with Genesis Women’s Shelter CEO Jan Langbein.

Genesis patron party presented awards to Cynt Marshall and Crayton Webb among the Karpidas art collection

My Sweet Charity • July 1, 2019

Leave it to Genesis Women’s Shelter CEO Jan Langbein to find an unusual spot to hold an event. For the invite-only 2019 Genesis Annual Luncheon VIP party on Thursday, May 9, she did it once again.

This goes on your permanent record: grading Mike Rawlins’ 2 terms as mayor

Dallas Observer • June 18, 2019

When Mike Rawlings took his spot at the center of Dallas City Council's horseshoe-shaped table, the 2011 World Series had yet to break local sports fans’ hearts, Rick Perry was still governor of Texas and Deep Ellum was still Deep Ellum.

The justice department wants to address mass shootings by putting more domestic abusers behind bars

Buzzfeed News • June 11, 2019

The Justice Department on Tuesday announced a new push to boost federal gun prosecutions for domestic abusers, highlighting it as part of an effort to address mass shootings. Advocates for domestic violence survivors and gun safety groups say it’s a good step, but won’t make a serious dent unless loopholes are closed that limit whom the feds can take to court.

We asked a teenage fashion blogger to put looks together from a cheap thrift store

Dallas Observer • May 21, 2019

Sophie McGuire is a 17-year-old blogger living her best life in Highland Park. You can find her shopping at Highland Park Village, taking pictures for her fashion blog, Much Love Sophie, or for her Instagram, which has close to 16,000 followers.

Reducing mass shootings by recognizing red flags

By Diane Dimond • April 27, 2019

Want to reduce the number of mass shootings in the United States? Then let's ramp up efforts to stop domestic abuse. Just as a red flag is raised when a child tortures animals, often a precursor to later criminal behavior, there is plenty of evidence that mass shooters display red-flag behaviors, like aggression and violence against women and children, before they ever pick up a gun and start hunting fellow human beings.