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    Salvage Shoppe provides shoppers with fashionable, second-hand clothing

Salvage Shoppe provides shoppers with fashionable, second-hand clothing

Salvage Shoppe in the Downtown Mini Mall is a second-hand shop that provides colorful, gender-neutral clothing and accessories to re-home used items. Owner and Denton resident Juliana DiGennaro opened Salvage Shoppe on Feb. 3 of this year, aiming to take strides towards sustainability in fashion. “The reason I started it

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    Denton Main Street Association helps local business thrive

Denton Main Street Association helps local business thrive

The Denton Main Street Association (DMSA) is a nonprofit organization committed to preserving the downtown Denton area. DMSA was founded on the basis of supporting and uplifting the community and ensuring that it remains fruitful for years to come.  “That’s our mission, we want to promote and preserve downtown Denton

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    Amid the pandemic, Denton Community Market showcases local businesses

Amid the pandemic, Denton Community Market showcases local businesses

Masked customers walk around a grassy lot on a sunny morning and chatter fills the air as shop owners speak of the products they have to sell. At the Denton Community Market, vendors sell locally-produced items directly to consumers in a farmers market-style event. The Denton Community Market is currently

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    Vintage Envoy offers residents furniture and home decor from throughout the decades

Vintage Envoy offers residents furniture and home decor from throughout the decades

Vintage Envoy is an online, Denton-based Instagram boutique that sells vintage watches, cameras, home decor, and furniture. While these online vintage businesses have been popular lately, Vintage Envoy aims to sets itself apart by focusing on items that usually require more work and time to repair and touch up. Vintage

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    Denton nonprofits persist in their mission to help the community amid pandemic

Denton nonprofits persist in their mission to help the community amid pandemic

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages across the country, Denton nonprofits have continued to serve the community to the best of their abilities, though complications caused by the virus have led several nonprofits to tweak their normal operations. Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home is one such organization. CPCH describes itself as a

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    Greater Denton Arts Council fosters artistry during time of social distancing

Greater Denton Arts Council fosters artistry during time of social distancing

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, artists in Denton have had to find creative ways to promote and implement their work in a time of social distancing. The Greater Denton Arts Council has been in the midst of the adjustments local artists have been making to keep the art scene in Denton

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    Local charity partnership with New York Sub Hub helps feed those in need

Local charity partnership with New York Sub Hub helps feed those in need

In the last few months, leaders in the Denton community have joined forces to put an end to food insecurity. Feeding5000 is a Denton-based charity group that focuses on feeding community members fresh sandwiches every week, and won’t let up until they reach their goal of 5,000 sandwiches donated.  Since

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    Karma Yoga lives up to its name by giving back to the community

Karma Yoga lives up to its name by giving back to the community

Denton’s Karma Yoga offers a way for people to stay active and join an inclusive community of yoga enthusiasts without having to worry about prices or perfection, and they have made their classes still accessible amid the social distancing requirements resulting from COIVD-19. Karma Yoga co-owner Jessica McReynolds started the

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    Ten: One brings artisan cheese back into the spotlight

Ten: One brings artisan cheese back into the spotlight

Justin Bonard offers the ability to experience the tastes of complex cheeses, fine wines and more at Ten: One Artisanal Cheese Shop. Ten: One opened about a year and a half ago and sells cheeses sourced from all over the world, along with wine and other accoutrements made in house.

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    UNT biology professor takes initiatives for inclusivity in research

UNT biology professor takes initiatives for inclusivity in research

Diversity and inclusion has always been valued by Dr. Pamela Padilla, UNT associate vice president of research and professor in biological sciences. During her 18 years working at UNT, she has advocated for the student body in multiple capacities to create a more inclusive campus. “Inclusion, I think, is the

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