Posts From Haley Arnold

UNT grad student packs a punch with art about femininity and womanhood

    UNT grad student packs a punch with art about femininity and womanhood

Propped against a white wall in the Oak Street Hall Annex is a giant painted canvas. The subject, a thin, pixie-haired woman, stands tall with her shoulders back and chin

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UNT professor tackling global issues with $2.5 million grant

    UNT professor tackling global issues with $2.5 million grant

Most grants from the National Science Foundation, UNT engineering department chair Shengli Fu said, fall around $300,000. For Miguel Acevdeo, however, the check read $2.5 million. Acevedo, an electrical engineering

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Couple merges coffee with community in 100-year-old farmhouse

    Couple merges coffee with community in 100-year-old farmhouse

A whiff of glazed donuts and buttered biscuits seeped into the air at Farmhouse Coffee and Treasures in Argyle. It ushered people in, and the hush of soft voices was

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Husband and wife duo find creative outlet in jewelry making

    Husband and wife duo find creative outlet in jewelry making

Featured Image: Shawn Zeigler laughs with a customer at the Firefly Forge booth at the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival on April 28, 2019. Zeigler owns the jewelry business with her

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Dot painting artist uses work for greater cause

    Dot painting artist uses work for greater cause

Hannah Williams, 23, holds up a small square canvas while painting. The design on the canvas resembles soft ocean waves

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The Seeing Stone brings a dash of ‘magick’ to Denton with fantasy artwork and jewelry

    The Seeing Stone brings a dash of ‘magick’ to Denton with fantasy artwork and jewelry

Inside her Denton home, Emily Pearson flips through three of her digital art designs, which she printed onto computer paper

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Thin Line 2019: The films, music and photos of Denton’s multitalented festival

    Thin Line 2019: The films, music and photos of Denton’s multitalented festival

Over five days, people from across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex flocked to Denton for Thin Line Fest. The free festival,

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Dreaming in Horror Film Club brings nightmarish films to locals

    Dreaming in Horror Film Club brings nightmarish films to locals

Fear and terror are generally not emotions people look forward to feeling at a bar. However, a Wednesday night at

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Taking Back Sunday celebrates 20 years with two nights in Dallas

    Taking Back Sunday celebrates 20 years with two nights in Dallas

This past Sunday marked the end of Taking Back Sunday’s consecutive weekend performances at the Dallas House of Blues. The

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Solasta Stained Glass shines bright with nature-inspired art

    Solasta Stained Glass shines bright with nature-inspired art

The word “solasta” is an old Scottish word meaning “of the sun” or “luminous.” It’s a fitting name for Carol

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