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People Newspapers 

People Newspapers is a D Magazine Partner affiliate

My roll at People Newspapers is Editor/Reporter Intern where I hold several duties. I promote the People Newspaper brand through social media strategies, looking for potential clients, and maintaining existing client relationships. I write articles as well as blog and social media post, research stories, fact check, come up with story ideas, and make deadlines. Lastly, I assist with special events, write press releases, conduct and transcribe interviews.


June 7, 2022

Mavs Academy hoop camps aim to change lives on and off the court.

May 12, 2022

Property purchase prompts movie career


April 26, 2022

Broadway Dallas recently announced the nominees for the 11th-annual High School Musical Theatre Awards and students from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and Highland Park High School are among the nominees for outstanding supporting performer.

April 15, 2022

Vogel Alcove celebrated its 35th anniversary in March as Dallas’ only organization dedicated to caring for homeless pre-school children.


March 11, 2022

As the world opens back up post-COVID, sports fans prepare for a long-anticipated March Madness to be back on schedule this 2021-22 season. The madness kicks off Sunday, and college basketball lovers look for places to cheer on their favorite teams, support their alma mater, or share their busted brackets. 

February 7, 2022

Mavericks' owner’s sibling explores addiction, recovery in new novel.


January 12, 2022

Dallas’ growing Buddy Up Tennis program had a need. Episcopal School of Dallas had facilities and people who could help.

January 6, 2022

Mark Cuban Foundation ‘Bootcamps’ introduce teens to basics, possibilities.


October  19, 2021

SMU Mustangs’ wide receiver, Reggie Roberson will be the first student athlete Vandelay Hospitality Group backs.

October 15, 2021

Orphan Outreach Marketplace provides work for Guatemalan artisans.


September 19, 2021

Facing its first TAPPS opponent of the season on Friday, Parish Episcopal showed why it has been arguably the top private school team in the state for two years running.

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