September 2, 2015         
DuSable Museum of African American History Names Perri L. Irmer President and CEO   •   Signs Your Parent Needs Care At Home   •   Hulu Adds Commercial-Free Viewing   •   Miss Jones Baking Co. Debuts Organic Baking Mixes and Ready-to-Use Frostings   •   Jewelry Store in Austin, Texas Calvin's Fine Jewelry is Now Offering Custom Jewelry Designs   •   Save on Your Energy Efficient Appliance Purchase with $50 Rebates from Dayton Power and Light   •   Lynn Ericson Starr Named Associate Director for Nexus Glen Lake Girls' Mental Health Program   •   Boston City Council Votes to Take Tobacco Out of Baseball, Including Historic Fenway Park   •   March of Dimes Hails Proposed Common Rule Revisions   •   Discover Ryland Homes at 3 New Communities in the Twin Cities   •   BET Networks Begins Production on New Scripted Series “ZOE EVER AFTER” in Atlanta, GA   •   Charles D. King’s Media Holding Company MACRO Announces Initial Partners   •   VL Action Network Releases Trump Video Parody   •   New Florida Charity Helps People with Tourette Syndrome   •   Statement - Canada Remembers Merchant Navy Veterans Day   •   PetSmart® Invites You to Celebrate “Gotcha Day” – The Day Adopted Pets Find Their Forever Home   •   Safer Hospital project recommends Earth Mama® products for chemical-free perinatal and newborn care   •   Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House Hops into SugarHouse Casino   •   Sallie Mae Employee Recognized by Michigan Student Financial Services Bureau   •   U.S. Census Bureau Facts for Features: Back to School: 2015-2016 > Arts

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