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Donnie Brown, a wedding planner in Dallas, said draperies and lighting are two of the easiest and least expensive ways to add to drama and sophistication to a wedding or reception.

I wrote about Brown’s budget saving ideas in today’s Life section. He also said linens can make a big difference in the feel of a room. If a venue doesn’t provide linens, he urges brides to rent them. Many rental companies offer them for $25 to $37 each; if there are 10 tables, it can cost as little as $250 for a lot of look.

While even most celebrites have a budget in mind (it’s just much bigger than most brides), the easiest way for brides to get the wedding of their dreams and save money is to hire a wedding planner.

“Don’t ever consider a wedding planner expensive,” he said. “Consider them an expense you can’t live without.”

Wedding planners can save money on flowers because they use florists regularly and can buy at wholesale. They know the trends, the different ways to cut expenses, the small things you can do to make your wedding different.

“You want your wedding to have an edge to it,” he said. ” Hire a wedding planner so they can help you make your wedding fresh. Girls want all their girlfriends to say this is the nicest wedding I’ve been to they want that response.”

Other budget cutting ideas to think about:

Buffets can be more expensive than seated dinners because buffets must be constantly replenished so guests can eat to their heart’s content.

Consider European dining service, one of Brown’s signatures. Have wait staff bring mutliple entrees and courses on a platter to the table. Guests can select fish, chicken or beef, but when the food is gone, it’s gone.

Or opt for dual entrees instead of 8 oz. of fish, give them 4 oz. of beef and 4 oz. of fish.

Forget national averages for the cost of a wedding. You don’t have to spend $15,000 on a gown. Consider one of last year’s styles at a fraction of the cost. They’re still beautiful gowns, and who really is going to know that it was in last year’s collection. What’s the point of spending all your money on a gown if you can’t afford flowers or food, he said.

Use a credit card (one that’s different from the one you use on a regular basis) to pay for your wedding. Pay it off each month, and make sure it has a bonus program (air miles, hotels, etc.) so you get a benefit from all the money you’re spending on your wedding.

Whether you use a wedding planner or not, determine what percentage of budget should go into each category food, flowers, lighting, etc. Meet with each vendor with a dollar figure in mind.

A simple wedding can be just as beautiful as an elaborate one.

Remember, the reception is where 80 percent of the money goes.

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A new shoe and apparel store is headed for Tulsa with the opening this September of MetroShoe Warehouse at 8802 E. 71st St. in Woodland Hills Plaza.

The 15,000 square foot store, to be located in a former Petco store, will be the third location for the Oklahoma City based company, which also has stores in Norman and Oklahoma City.

Its our selection and our brand that set us apart. Nobody carries the depth or the variety in the brands that we sell. You wont find that selection anywhere, said Heath Martin, one of the stores owners and vice president.

The store carries about 75 to 100 footwear brands for women, men and children. Martin noted, however, that the store is more of a lifestyle store and about 40 percent of its merchandise includes apparel and lifestyle products.

Among the many brands it carries are Dansko, Chaco, New Balance, Vans, Merrell, UGG Australia, Born, The North Face, Patagonia, Vineyard Vines, Converse, Adidas, Nixon and Clarks.

Our selection and our brand are what set us apart, Martin added.

The store began in 1997 when Martin and Jason Parks two college friends who had worked in a shoe store together decided to open their own store after college. Parks is the companys president.

The stores concept has changed over the years. When it started, the store was named Westies, but that confused some customers who associated the store with only Nine West brand shoes.

In 2010, the store rebranded to MetroShoe Warehouse and moved into larger spaces.

Tulsa is a good market for us, Martin said. Its an easy kind of move for us location wise. The demographics are relatively the same, and its a market that I think will like what we are going to offer.

The store will employ about 50 people, including management, operation and sales positions.

Its a true family store, Martin said. Even the husbands like to shop in our store. Its one of those places they like to come to. Its not gender or age specific.

Martin noted that the shoe store also would like to become involved in the Tulsa community. In 2012, the company introduced The MetroShoe Project, a nonprofit organization, that last year gave shoes to more than 3,000 elementary school children in need in the Oklahoma City Public Schools district.
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In some cases, the inventories were destroyed along with the records. And the loss of human life at the time overshadowed the search for lost paper.

A decade later, agencies and archivists say they’re still not completely sure what they lost or found, leaving them without much of a guide to piece together missing history.

‘You can’t get the picture back, because critical pieces are missing,’ said Kathleen D. Roe, operations director at the New York State Archives and co chairwoman of the World Trade Centre Documentation Project.

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The picture starts in the seven building trade centre complex. Customs. 7 World Trade Center, a skyscraper just north of the twin towers, collapsed that afternoon.

Never before seen: More than 40,000 negatives of the Kennedy family were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, but the candid contact sheet images that survived now live on in a museum in Dallas

The trade centre was home to more than 430 companies, including law firms, manufacturers and financial institutions.

Twenty one libraries were destroyed, including that of The Journal of Commerce.

Dozens of federal, state and local government agencies were at the site, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Secret Service.

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The Cantor Fitzgerald brokerage, where more than 650 employees were killed, owned a trove of drawings and sculptures that included a cast of Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ which resurfaced briefly after the attacks before mysteriously disappearing again.

Fragments of other sculptures also were recovered.

Disappeared: Helen Keller, pictured in 1920 holding a magnolia flower. Her building, a block from the trade centre, was destroyed by the Ground Zero debris. trade dating back to at least the 1840s.

And in the same building were nearly 900,000 objects excavated from the Five Points neighborhood of lower Manhattan, a famous working class slum of the 19th century.

The Kennedy negatives, by photographer Jacques Lowe, had been stowed away in a fireproof vault at 5 World Trade Centre, a nine story building in the complex.

Helen Keller International, whose offices burned up when its building, a block from the trade center, was struck by debris, lost a modest archive.

Only two books and a bust of Keller survived.

Classified and confidential documents also disappeared at the Pentagon, where American Airlines Flight 77 slammed into it on 9/11.

Gone: A cast of The Thinker by Rodin was at The Cantor Fitzgerald brokerage, where more than 650 employees were killed in the terror attacks. It resurfaced briefly after the attacks before mysteriously disappearing again

A private disaster response company, BMS CAT, was hired to help recover materials in the library, where the jet plane’s nose came to rest. The company claimed it saved all but 100 volumes. prepared to launch an attack a month later.

In New York, CIA and Secret Service personnel sifted through debris carted from the trade centre to a Staten Island landfill for lost documents, hard drives with classified information and intelligence reports. The CIA declined to comment.

Two weeks after the attacks, archivists and librarians gathered at New York University to discuss how to document what was lost, forming the World Trade Centre Documentation Task Force. But they received only a handful of responses to survey questions about damaged or destroyed records.
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90 + 3 Remate parado alto y por el centro de la portera. Cristian Nazarit (Independiente Medelln) remate de cabeza desde el centro del rea. Asistencia de Marlon Piedrahita con un centro al rea.

89 Fuera de juego, Independiente Medelln. Jonathan Lopera intent un pase en profundidad pero Cristian Nazarit estaba en posicin de fuera de juego.

88 Jonathan Lopera (Independiente Medelln) ha recibido una falta en la zona defensiva.

88 Falta de Jess David Murillo (Junior).

J. Arias84 Jarlan Barrera (Junior) ha sido amonestado con tarjeta amarilla.

84 Juan Fernando Caicedo (Independiente Medelln) ha recibido una falta en campo contrario.

84 Falta de Jarlan Barrera (Junior).

83 Falta de Hernn Hechalar (Independiente Medelln).

83 Germn Gutirrez (Junior) ha recibido una falta en la zona defensiva.

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81 Remate fallado por Leonardo Pico (Junior) remate con la derecha desde fuera del rea que se pierde por la izquierda.

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78 Falta de Edison Toloza (Junior).

77 Jonathan Lopera (Independiente Medelln) ha recibido una falta en la zona defensiva.

77 Falta de James Snchez (Junior).

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And what does Oakland have to do with this?? You were talking about THE CITY OF SF in what I responded to, specifically directing your hatred to it and not the rest of the Bay. You made an idiotic statement implying that SFPD would be unfair to minorities, which is hilarious when you’re coming from a racist state that voted a borderline drooling vegetable into office. Lol please!

And if you want to talk about who conveniently is forgetting things, maybe you should go back and look at some of our earlier correspondence where YOU conveniently forgot to acknowledge facts EVERY TIME you were PROVEN wrong.

AGAIN, why are you even bringing up Katrina?? And you can (and obviously will ) believe whatever you want, but Katrina victims came ALL THE WAY out here and received help too, so what?? What a ridiculous thing to fixate on TWICE NOW. But FYI, folks here don’t really even talk about Katrina a whole lot now; its kinda been 4 1/2 years already. When we did, however, there was meaningful action taken, even though it wouldn’t have really fallen on us to be their saviors seeing as we’re not even in the same region. Why couldn’t Texas handle the whole job anyway?? Doesn’t seem to me like this should be a source of pride for you, no matter how misinformed you may have been. Way to point to what you imagine btw when you’re supposedly giving a list of facts. (Remember that??)

Are you seriously this clueless?? During the time when two rednecks were committing the most heinous racist hate crime in recent memory against a black man in Texas, SF had a black mayor, a Chinese American Chief of Police and an openly gay city supervisor!

And its not like this was anything new. Ever hear of the movie Milk? You know that film that got nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay at the Oscars last year?? Maybe you should think about renting it b/c its about Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office in CA BACK IN 1978!! Welcome to the 70’s in your progressiveness, Texas! LMAO!

The show King of the Hill did an excellent job of portraying the kind of ignorance displayed by andyadhi01. And it even was modeled after andy’s home area!

King of the Hill is set in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas. In a 1995 interview prior to the show’s debut, Judge described the setting as a town like Humble. In a more recent interview, Judge has cited Garland, Texas, a Dallas suburb, as the specific inspiration for Arlen. Despite the fictitious locale, the show strives to portray the region accurately, going so far as to have annual research trips to Texas for the writing staff. Time magazine praised the authentic portrayal as the most acutely observed, realistic sitcom about regional American life bar none

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You’re right, this things get into popular culture for a reason! King of the Hill was extremely popular and was the second longest running American animated television series after The Simpsons b/c we all like to laugh at ignorant Texan rednecks.

As of the 2006 US Census estimates, the racial distribution in Texas are as follows: 71.5% White American, 11.6% African American, 3.3% are Asian American, 0.6% are American Indian, and 13% are of Some other Race (presumably Mestizo).

There is a reason Wikipedia is free and its mostly because it is maintained by volunteers who can be just as ignorant as you are Wikipedia also assumes that the reader is intelligent enough to logically analyze what they are reading. So just to educate you again (maybe you can mail me a tuition check ), many people of hispanic origin are racially considered white, even though they are culturally not anglo! So in the US census you should look at something called Non hispanic white %. So here you go from US census:

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In 2008 Texas is 47.4% white, 36.5 % latino/hispanic, 11.9% black.

There is a reason Wikipedia is free and its mostly because it is maintained by volunteers who can be just as ignorant as you are Wikipedia also assumes that the reader is intelligent enough to logically analyze what they are reading. So just to educate you again (maybe you can mail me a tuition check ), many people of hispanic origin are racially considered white, even though they are culturally not anglo! So in the US census you should look at something called Non hispanic white %. So here you go from US census:

Texas QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

In 2008 Texas is 47.4% white, 36.5 % latino/hispanic, 11.9% black.

Again if you know how to read statistics correctly, here is the demographics of Dallas:

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White: 34.5%, Hispanic: 35.5%, Black: 25.9%

Perhaps is you spent less time focusing on the negatives about the City then you might learn to enjoy it more? You honestly sound like you need a big hug from your mom. (Hey, I’m a mom to 4 kids so I’m pretty tuned in to this behavior). You’re obviously depressed. I can totally understand that this big move has been a culture shock,
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This has been a dream season so far for the Sarnia Sting, and their future looks bright as well.

They have two rookies forward Jamieson Rees and defenceman Colton Kammerer representing Canada at the World Under 17 Hockey Challenge that begins Sunday in Dawson Creek and Fort St.

great, Sting head coach Derian Hatcher said. we were hoping to have three. It’s unfortunate for Hogey (rookie defenceman Alexandre Hogue), but to have two sent, I think it’s definitely great for us, it’s great for our scouting staff and it’s good for the future. is on Canada Black and Kammerer is on Canada Red for the eight team tournament. Canada has three entries, while the United States, Russia, Czech Republic, Sweden and Finland have one apiece.

They’re the first Sting players chosen for Canada since Jordan Kyrou and Jakob Chychrun in 2014. (Chychrun didn’t play due to an injury.)

Kammerer, 16, was a longshot to make the tournament because, unlike Rees, he wasn’t invited to Hockey Canada’s under 17 development camp in the summer. He had to earn his spot on Canada Red by turning heads with the Sting.

play here put him on that team, and that says a lot in itself, Hatcher said.

Twenty three OHLers are playing for Canada at the tournament. Only two Kammerer and Joe Carroll of the Soo Greyhounds weren’t drafted in the first two rounds.

The six foot, 169 pound Kammerer was a third round pick this year. He had one goal and four assists in 14 games before Friday’s action.

liked him at the rookie camp, Hatcher said. really liked him at (main) camp and wanted to sign him right away. I think the biggest surprise is he’s more poised than we had thought. He does a lot of things with the puck that are more veteran plays. led all OHL rookies with a plus nine rating before Friday’s game. His five points were tied for the most among first year defencemen.

we’ve been working with him a lot, but there’s a few things he does out there that are hard to teach, Hatcher said. Just patience with the puck, just some of the plays he makes. He has poise. Poise is hard to teach. Maybe through the course of a year or two you can start to teach it, but he has incredible poise with the puck for a young kid. 16, was drafted ninth overall in the first round. He missed training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season after suffering a high ankle sprain at the Hockey Canada under 17 camp.

Once he got into the lineup, he didn’t take long to show off his skills.

first few games, you could see he’s going to be a really, really good player here, Hatcher said.

The five foot nine, 161 pound Rees looked so good in his first three games, he was moved up to the No. 1 line with Jordan Kyrou and Drake Rymsha. He has two goals and five assists in their five games together.

great player, Rymsha said. guys can see how skilled he is and how smart he is. For me and Jordan, it’s just important for us to realize that he is young and mistakes are going to be made, but we’ve just got to continue to talk to him and help him through those learning grinds that you go through when you’re 16. has eight points in eight games overall. He was drafted as a centre, but he’s been playing left wing on the top line.

fine over there, Hatcher said. can see he still does a lot of things he’s used to getting away with in midget hockey probably, but he’s learning. This is going to be a kid that, even this year but in the upcoming years, he’s going to do a lot of good things.
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