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    Spinning the stereotype of pole on its head

Spinning the stereotype of pole on its head

The backroom at Twisted Bodies in Denton does not resemble your average workout facility. Instead of treadmills and weight machines, colorful silk sheets drape down from the ceiling and hanging straps suspend metal hoops midair. The front of the room is lined with silver poles running from floor to ceiling,

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    Otaku Scents melts together anime and candles

Otaku Scents melts together anime and candles

According to Dictionary.com, the word “otaku” refers to “a person who is obsessed with manga, anime and other forms of Japanese or East Asian popular culture.” This makes Otaku Scents, created by full-time candle-maker Ashley Roybal, truly a candle shop for the anime lover. All the candles and wax melts

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    Jessie Frye makes “Fantasy” a reality with dream pop and dedication

Jessie Frye makes “Fantasy” a reality with dream pop and dedication

When Denton-bred singer Jessie Frye shot the music video for her single “Faded Memory” ft. Timecop 1983 last summer, there was an air of spontaneity. The video, shot on a June night in Dallas, signaled a foray into new wave of music for the singer. A new door opened for

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    Pursuing a diploma and a crown: UNT student juggles university life and pageantry

Pursuing a diploma and a crown: UNT student juggles university life and pageantry

For 19-year-old Hannah Minch, the racks of elegant sequin gowns at Shimmer Boutique are familiar territory. She is no stranger to the pageant and prom shop, which serves as the official gown sponsor for winners of the Miss Dallas Teen pageant. Today’s visit is casual, requiring nothing more than her

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    Spiderweb Salon spins together a web of creatives

Spiderweb Salon spins together a web of creatives

Walking into Dan’s Silver Leaf last Saturday, one would find it packed with performers and audience members, many adorning masks, suits and dresses, bathed in soft, color-changing lights. The event, dubbed “New Year’s Revolution,” is held by Spiderweb Salon, a creative collective entirely comprised of around 130 artist volunteers. Since its creation

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    UNT students gather to celebrate Lights All Night

UNT students gather to celebrate Lights All Night

Festival attendees of Lights All Night celebrated the last weekend of 2018 with the steady heartbeat of bass, felt even outside the concrete walls of Dallas Market Hall. LAN held its ninth annual two-day festival this past weekend to an expected crowd of over 30,000 people. The event featured well-known headliners

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    The bulb that never burns out: Lights All Night set to host ninth annual festival

The bulb that never burns out: Lights All Night set to host ninth annual festival

With the holidays coming to a close and the new year is on the horizon, locals are getting ready to dance the night away at the Dallas DJ setting that is Lights All Night. ​LAN is an annual two-day music festival held in Dallas every year. Its ninth rendition will

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    Freaks and Geeks holds grand opening in new location

Freaks and Geeks holds grand opening in new location

On Saturday, Freaks and Geeks LLC was bustling with cosplayers, trading card game players, face painting and plenty of gaming. The store officially celebrated its grand opening on Dec. 8. Freaks and Geeks is a “nerd store” that carries everything from vintage video games, action figures, and toys to comics

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    Combs’ Coffee shines bright with the sun’s light

Combs’ Coffee shines bright with the sun’s light

Sitting inside a small Corinth shopping center near North Texas Central College lies one of the few solar-powered coffee and cacao roasters in America: Combs’ Coffee. Everything in James Combs’ business is run by a 17-panel, 5.7kW solar system from the aquaponics that grows the coffee to the electric cars he uses

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    UNT student creates a world of her own with self-published science-fiction books

UNT student creates a world of her own with self-published science-fiction books

It is rare to find a college student who is not sharing their thoughts on social media or a blog of some sort. Psychology freshman Brittney Dear has taken it a step further and formed her ideas into two novels. Her books, which she describes as “psychological thrillers,” are a

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