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    Local vintage pop-up helps consumers shop sustainably

Local vintage pop-up helps consumers shop sustainably

On the corner of West Hickory and Fry sits a clothing rack outside Aura Coffee. A handwritten sign is labeled “$ sale rack $” with vintage pieces on hangers. Unique garments are ready to be bagged and bought, creating an enticing welcome for vintage fashion lovers.  “A lot of people

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    24th annual Denton Blues Festival returns for another rockin’ year

24th annual Denton Blues Festival returns for another rockin’ year

The Denton Blues Festival filled the air of Quakertown Park with music and the smell of barbecue for three days last weekend.  The festival kicked off with celebrity karaoke in the evening on Friday, Sept. 16. Live blues performances began Saturday afternoon and continued through Sunday evening. Attendees set up

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    Photo gallery: Welcome back to school

Photo gallery: Welcome back to school

North Texas Daily visuals co-editors Maria Crane and John Anderson hit the ground running during the first week of the fall semester. They captured various events including the Mean Green Fling, Eagle Insomnia and the first home football game of the season versus Southern Methodist University. Featured Image: Students dance

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    6 university resources all students should know

6 university resources all students should know

As the fall semester ramps up, sharing a campus with over 40,000 students can be overwhelming. To combat these stressors, the university offers several accessible resources to help navigate the school year. Here are six on-campus resources every eagle should know about. Student Health and Wellness Center The Student Health

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    24th annual Denton Blues Fest returns this weekend

24th annual Denton Blues Fest returns this weekend

The Denton County Black Chamber of Commerce will host the 24th annual Denton Blues Festival this Friday, Sept. 16 through Sunday, Sept. 18. The Denton Blues Festival is free to attend and will be held at 700 Oakland St. in Quakertown Park. The festival will kick off with the celebrity

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    Grassroots community makes effort to hydrate Denton homeless population

Grassroots community makes effort to hydrate Denton homeless population

Approximately 1,200 people in Denton County will experience homelessness per year, according to United Way. At times, those who are unhoused have little access to clean, drinkable water. Denton Water Project is a grassroots community effort that aims to help solve this problem. The group places accessible coolers filled with

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    Denton artist reflects on impact of mental health

Denton artist reflects on impact of mental health

A blanketed woman stares off into the distance, her monochrome head crowned with sprouts of colorful dandelions. Her blank eyes are open, but she cannot see. In this self-portrait, “Ruminate,” Denton artist Anna Mikhaela Reyes, 29, captures her inner spirals of overthinking and doubt. “When there are times when I

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    A tale of two cultures: Family shares their story through small store

A tale of two cultures: Family shares their story through small store

Beams of sunlight pour in through tall windows, bouncing off colorful tassels and bright artwork hanging on the walls. Biridiana Ordoñez greets customers with a smile as they walk into her store and browse the unique handmade goods.  Biridiana, a Mexican American former teacher and mother of two is the

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    Coco Shrimp brings a taste of Hawaii to Denton

Coco Shrimp brings a taste of Hawaii to Denton

What was originally served out of an ambulance-turned-food truck is now passed around tables at multiple brick-and-mortar locations. The road for the seafood chain restaurant, Coco Shrimp, will soon lead to Denton, where it will open its fourth restaurant this fall. The fast-casual eatery is expected to open in late

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    Musicians on the move: Alumna launches tour housing database

Musicians on the move: Alumna launches tour housing database

Beyond stage shows and live performances are less glamorous aspects of the music world. As a concert photographer, university alumna Hope Alvarez knows what happens behind the scenes. She has witnessed bands have to share the night’s merch profits to afford a $5 pizza for dinner. Rather than staying in

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