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The VIPP Report: The return of the event that gives you a little spice, style and soul

DUE TO THE OVERWHELMING RESPONSE THESLICE RETURNS BIGGER AND BETTER WITH A NEW LOCATION IN WEST LOUISVILLE

With the Kentucky Derby right around the corner, the city is preparing to host racing fans with hospitality, food and some of the best drinks from the mint julep to a good bourbon on the rocks and now you can get all of these things plus much more with the return of TheSlice-Spice, Style & Soul on Saturday, April 25th from 6:00 p.m. 455 more words

Louisville

Walnut Bend Street Festival

Yesterday evening at the Walnut Bend Apartments, officers from the Office of Community Affairs, Northeast Patrol Division, the Mounted Unit, and Police Athletic League gathered together to reach out to the citizens of Northeast Dallas.  164 more words

Philadelphia Church Spends $33,000 Performing Acts Of Kindness

By community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A South Philadelphia church rallied nearly 200 volunteers this week with the hope of starting a revolution — but not the kind of revolution that may first come to mind. 145 more words

News

Chief on the Beat @ the Central Patrol Division

The Dallas Police Department’s Office of Community Affairs along with the Central Patrol Division will host a “Chief on the Beat” Crime Prevention Safety & Health Fair. 107 more words

Community Engagement

DPD's Pet of the Week - Tanner

DPD’s Pet of the Week is Tanner A875006. Tanner is a 2 year old, Pointer/Pit Bull Terrier mix with amazing markings and a fun personality. A Dallas Animal Services staff favorite, he’s been in their care since February 4th, so his adoption fee is waived. 76 more words

The VIPP Report: 100 Black Men of Louisville announces Black Street featuring Teddy Riley as their Kentucky Derby gala entertainment

We are just a few weeks away from the Kentucky Derby and events are beginning to roll in as the city prepares for the greatest two minutes in sports.  311 more words

Entertainment

The VIPP Report: The White House releases that President Barack Obama will be in Louisville later this week

By Sherlene Shanklin

Later this week, President Barack Obama will be in Louisville, KY.  At this time, White House officials are not releasing very many details.  81 more words

Louisville