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Denton resident creates botanical blog

    Denton resident creates botanical blog

After her mother’s death in 2011, Michelle Davis started her blog, Cherry Blossom 56, as a creative outlet to voice how she felt throughout high school.  Cherry Blossom 56 eventually

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Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

    Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

Chevy “Chey” Gil took a leap of faith moving to Denton six years ago. Little did she know, she would end up being a professional photographer who focuses on inclusion

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Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

    Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

For 45 years, Rose Costumes, originally Secondhand Rose, has been selling and renting costumes to schools and theaters, while providing individuals with grand imaginations to come explore the shop filled

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Denton artist digitally creates faceless portraits

    Denton artist digitally creates faceless portraits

When the pandemic hit, the world was not ready for what was to come. Staying indoors in the midst of everything was difficult for many, and having nowhere to go

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A. L. Squared creates art in multiple mediums

    A. L. Squared creates art in multiple mediums

A. L. Squared is a Denton business that sells art that’s able to be worn, hung and pasted. It was

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Tried and True Salon encourages self-expression through hair

    Tried and True Salon encourages self-expression through hair

Vintage decoration fills Tried and True Salon, from an old Toshiba television set to multiple VHS movies like “Die Hard”

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