Where to shop in Dallas right now: 8 must-hit stores for July


Shopping in July is all about hitting sales, gearing up for back-to-school, and thinking ahead toward fall. This month’s Where to Shop column has all that and a couple fun new openings and product launches, too. Here are eight great stores to hit now, before we turn the calendar to the long, hot, and sweaty month of August.

Dallas Running Company at Southlake Town Square

After teasing it on Facebook recently, Dallas Running Company is reportedly sprinting ahead toward opening its third location this month, at 120 State St., in Southlake Town Square. Shoppers can expect the same

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What’s Trending in Aerospace – July 4, 2021

Check out the July 4 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry.

Commercial 

United Airlines Places Order for 270 New Airbus and Boeing Jets 

United Airlines has placed its largest order ever for a total of 270 Airbus and Boeing jets. (Boeing)

United Airlines placed the largest combined order in the Chicago-based air carrier’s history for 270 new Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

The order includes 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8s, 150 737 MAX 10s, and 70 Airbus A321neos,

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Virginia COVID-19 July 13 update: 346 new cases, positivity rate trending upward

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) — The Virginia Department of Health is reporting 346 new cases along with 9 deaths related to COVID-19 Tuesday. The percent positivity rate in the commonwealth is up at 2.3%.

As of Tuesday morning, July 13, Virginia has an overall number of 683,202 coronavirus cases since the start of the outbreak. Of the overall cases reported, 531,311 have been confirmed by testing. 151,891 are probable cases, in which a patient who shows symptoms is diagnosed without testing.

According to the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association, there are currently are 237 people in Virginia hospitalized due to COVID-19.

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What’s Trending in Aerospace – July 11, 2021

Check out the July 11 edition of What’s Trending in Aerospace, where editors and contributors for Avionics International bring you some of the latest headlines and updates happening across the global aerospace industry.

 

 

Commercial 

 

Proposed Rule Would Require US Airlines to Refund Fees When Wi-Fi Does Not Work

A newly proposed rule would require U.S. airlines to issue refunds for fees charged on ancillary services such as in-flight internet or baggage delivery. (American Airlines)

A new rule being proposed by the U.S. Department of Transportation would require airlines to refund fees charged for “checked bags that are significantly delayed

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I’m a Fashion Writer, and These Are the 18 Fourth of July Deals I’m Shopping

The Fourth of July is an American holiday, but more importantly, it is also my mother’s birthday. That means that no matter how hard I try to not spend money over the long weekend, I always find myself browsing sales in hopes of finding her a present, while also picking up something for myself. 

2021 has made nothing easy, and that includes sticking to my budget. But I truly can’t help myself, especially because the Fourth of July sales this year are so incredibly good. Not only are there things I want to buy for my mom and for myself,

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