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‘Tenet’ near-effortlessly blends complex time inversion shenanigans with stylish espionage capers

    ‘Tenet’ near-effortlessly blends complex time inversion shenanigans with stylish espionage capers

“There’s a cold war, cold as ice. All I have for you is a gesture, in combination with a word — Tenet.” Following an operation gone wrong, an unnamed agent (John

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Dining Services outlines changes to combat COVID-19

    Dining Services outlines changes to combat COVID-19

Dining Services outlined some steps it is taking to combat COVID-19 spread, such as contactless entry, limited capacity and an option to take food to go, in a UNT Today

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Shelley Luther announces state Senate run at Denton Back the Blue rally

    Shelley Luther announces state Senate run at Denton Back the Blue rally

Shelley Luther, a salon owner arrested for opening her business during a governor-issued statewide shutdown, announced her intent to run in the Texas Senate at Saturday’s Back the Blue rally

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Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ season two is a fantastic follow-up

    Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ season two is a fantastic follow-up

Content warning: “The Umbrella Academy” season one spoilers “When you were a baby, you were bought by an eccentric billionaire. He raised you in an elite academy with six other

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UIT outlines technology resources for the fall semester

    UIT outlines technology resources for the fall semester

With 44 percent of classes online for the fall semester, the university has some plans in motion to provide students

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Caregiver horror ‘Amulet’ builds from quiet dread to feminist body-horror

    Caregiver horror ‘Amulet’ builds from quiet dread to feminist body-horror

“Peace, quiet, homecooked food — what more could the bachelor want?” Looks like 2020 is not only the year of the

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Copaganda and why ‘Private Eye’ needs to make a comeback

    Copaganda and why ‘Private Eye’ needs to make a comeback

In Thomas Pynchon’s 2009 postmodern hardboiled detective novel, “Inherent Vice,” the protagonist “Doc” Sportello takes a moment to lament with

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No completion date in sight for campus Einstein Bros. Bagels

    No completion date in sight for campus Einstein Bros. Bagels

After the initial completion estimation was pushed from spring to summer of this year, the incoming campus Einstein Bros. Bagels

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Preview: ‘The Alienist: Angel of Darkness’ promises another addictive, grizzly romp through Gilded Age New York

    Preview: ‘The Alienist: Angel of Darkness’ promises another addictive, grizzly romp through Gilded Age New York

“Every mind is like the ocean. There’s surface and depth in all of us.” After two-and-a-half years of quiet, TNT’s

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Katherine Langford tries to anchor uneven YA Netflix fantasy ‘Cursed’

    Katherine Langford tries to anchor uneven YA Netflix fantasy ‘Cursed’

¨Where to begin? With fire or water?” Another year, another twist on Arthurian myth. Dating back millennia, the original mythology

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