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    El Taco Taxi food truck is ready for business

El Taco Taxi food truck is ready for business

The food trucks trend has taken over the Dallas Fort-Worth area, and Denton is no exception. A fairly new food truck called El Taco Taxi has joined the Denton food truck troupe, and it is owned and operated under a one-man show led by David Guzman. Guzman’s mother, Susana Delgado,

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    Death to the myths: The truth about the Rudra Center for Enlightened Awareness

Death to the myths: The truth about the Rudra Center for Enlightened Awareness

Some locals might have seen the large pagoda sitting serenely on Locust Street in Denton. The top of its layered eaves can be seen peeking into the sky surrounded by trees. But, many have little knowledge about it, and even the people who dwell there constantly make new discoveries. “To

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    Doom and gloom at the final Vans Warped Tour

Doom and gloom at the final Vans Warped Tour

Vans Warped Tour did not go down without a fight — and neither did its fans. The thousands of attendees gathered around the iconic, inflatable, ever-changing list of set times of the Warped Tour, seemingly unfazed by the summer heat, rain and cloud to ground lightening in the distance. Once

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    ‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

On the fourth floor of Willis Library opposite the elevator banks and past rows of books lies a moderately sized room with a few small windows that this time three years ago would have lain dormant. This has not been the case for the past two years however — within this

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    The Casual Cat Cafe pairs coffee, cats for a unique spin on a Japanese staple

The Casual Cat Cafe pairs coffee, cats for a unique spin on a Japanese staple

The Casual Cat Cafe in Richland Hills provides the perfect atmosphere for coffee drinkers and cat lovers: with up to 15 adoptable cats roaming around the café, visitors are accompanied by furry friends as they sip a drink. All cats are up for adoption, and 100 percent of the adoption

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    Preserving love and culture in a foreign land: Green Zatar serves Denton for more than 20 Years

Preserving love and culture in a foreign land: Green Zatar serves Denton for more than 20 Years

Among a line of other small businesses on Sunset Street in Denton sits a historic hidden gem. This hole-in-the-wall is Green Zatar, a Persian and Mediterranean restaurant run by married couple Ali and Hakimeh Pourmorshed. The restaurant, however, was not a restaurant when it was first established in 1996 – it

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    Denton’s butterfly garden offers educational opportunities for students, residents

Denton’s butterfly garden offers educational opportunities for students, residents

It may come as a surprise to some city-loving Denton residents to discover what lies within the Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center. Located at 3310 Collins Road, the center is tucked on a country road that seems to suddenly transform into a tunnel of bright green trees. A seemingly hidden

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    Orientation leaders give freshmen a crash course on college life

Orientation leaders give freshmen a crash course on college life

Cars with license plates from different cities and states roam around the UNT Coliseum searching for parking spots, and teens who graduated from high school less than a month ago roll their luggage up to Gate B to take the first steps in their college journey: orientation. Some of them

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    Sophomore Nyah Buckrham reinstates UNT’s Natural Hair Club for fall 2018

Sophomore Nyah Buckrham reinstates UNT’s Natural Hair Club for fall 2018

The topic of natural hair has been a trending topic throughout social media and is a very important subject in UNT sophomore Nyah’s Buckrham’s life — so much so that she reinstated the Natural Hair Club at UNT. The Natural Hair Club was active for a couple of years until

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    Denton Public Library hosts San Antonio-based children’s singer Will Parker

Denton Public Library hosts San Antonio-based children’s singer Will Parker

While libraries are portrayed as being silent and solely a bastion for reading and studying, this was not the case at Denton’s Emily Fowler Public Library on June 25. In the library’s upper floor, music and laughs poured out into the otherwise quiet library as a result of a special

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