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    Assimilating Immigrant Students

    This hour, we’ll talk to a panel of North Texas school administrators charged with assessing the educational needs of these new students and fostering their learning both inside and beyond the classroom.

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    A Dining Critic Unmasked

    This hour, we’ll talk to Dallas Morning News restaurant critic Leslie Brenner about why she decided to stop hiding her appearance, which she revealed last week.

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    Rethinking Dallas

    This hour, we’ll get a preview of the day’s discussion from two of its participants: Trinity Trust CEO Gail Thomas and Ignacio Bunster-Ossa, principal of Wallace Roberts & Todd LLC.

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    A Gambler’s Life

    This hour we’ll learn about notorious gambler Benny Binion with Dallas Morning News reporter Doug J. Swanson. His new book is “Blood Aces: The Wild Ride of Benny Binion, the Texas Gangster Who Created Vegas Poker.”

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    Dallas’ Place In Music History

    We’ll talk this hour about Dallas’ musical past and listen to songs produced in the city with music historian Alan Govenar. His new book is The Dallas Music Scene: 1920s-1960s.

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    An Urban Update

    This hour, we’ll talk about the future of cities with a panel of experts in town for the New Cities Summit 2014.

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    Brian Schultz, Studio Movie Grill

    The owner and CEO of Studio Movie Grill, Brian Schultz, tells how persistence with movie distributors paid off in getting first-run films – and how his dine-in theater chain lures patrons to linger long after the credits roll.

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    Bruce Sammis, Lockton Dunning Benefits

    Bruce Sammis, CEO of Lockton Dunning Benefits, talks about sweeping changes facing employers brought on by health care reform. Sammis details factors he sees as key to containing soaring medical costs. Learn how a trend toward paying providers for healthy patient outcomes may revolutionize the industry.

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