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Weekend Events

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Patriotic Salute May 28, 7:30 p.m. In advance of Memorial Day, Irving Chorale honors those who have sacrificed their lives in service of their country with a patriotic salute through music. Carpenter Hall  $8-$18 Forcher Dance Center

Symphony exec takes a bow, ends long run heading ISO

Symphony exec takes a bow, ends long run heading ISO

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Photo: Taking her final bow, Marguerite Korkmas and ISO music director Hector Guzman say their goodbyes at a celebration honoring Korkmas’ service. /Courtesy photo For Marguerite Korkmas, the May 12 event honoring her was a

MacArthur JROTC Cadets to compete against best teams in world

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The MacArthur High School Army JROTC program has had a long history of success since it was established in 1973. Producing leaders in both the private sector and military, the program has included scholars,

Asian culture blossoms across Lake Carolyn

Asian culture blossoms across Lake Carolyn

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Photo: Rowing with determination, members of the Irving Fire Department team propel themselves across Lake Carolyn with amazing speed. / Photo by John Starkey Beautifully painted dragon boats glided across the surface of Lake Carolyn

Local restaurants support Irving Cares

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Irving Cares 2nd Annual Restaurant Week runs May 23 – June 5 with a portion of proceeds benefitting Irving Cares. Restaurants including Big State Fountain Grill, Chili’s, Fish City Grill, Glory House, i Fratelli

DFW Hindu Temple celebrates mom

DFW Hindu Temple celebrates mom

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Photo: Celebrating the moms of the world, Payal Trivedi and her son Chirayu show off this year’s shirt from the DFW Hindu Society 5k. /Photo by Trenton Conner To honor mothers everywhere, the DFW Hindu

Meagher wins city council seat by fraction of a percentage

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The city of Irving updated its May 7 election results on May 13 at 5 p.m. to include a single provisional vote cast in the race for City Council Place 2. The vote was

Texas A&M study finds BBP can increase fat stores in body before we’re born

Texas A&M study finds BBP can increase fat stores in body before we’re born

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COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP), a chemical commonly used in the food manufacturing process, can increase fat stores in the body even before we’re born, according to a new study published