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    By Dianne Anderson Santa’s sled is not pushing capacity this year with wish lists and community events filling up as fast as it posts to social media. Many giveaways are already sold out, and lots of nonprofits are calling for more last-minute toys. Dr. Gwen Dowdy-Rodgers is busy getting the Arrowhead United Way boxes out ...
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    By Dianne Anderson A different kind of soul food event will smash lots of old school memories this month while potentially helping feed thousands of local families just in time before the holidays rush in. In the mix, The Magical Music of Motown Hunger Relief Benefit Concert will appeal to every generation with superhits that ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Growing up, a stint of homelessness didn’t mean helplessness for Ronnie Miller’s mother, who quickly stepped up to protect her eight-member family that was suddenly out on the streets. Out of necessity, she learned to work the system that had worked against them. In the pursuit of local resources, the family overcame ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Kids learned to code from scratch over the weekend – specifically with the online collaborative block-based introductory programming language developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT Media Lab. In other words, they remixed lots of fun new hacks in creative ways. Ray Culberson, executive director of Entrepreneur High School in Highland, ...