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    Denton celebrates Record Store Day

Denton celebrates Record Store Day

Listening to vinyl is truly an event. From filing through stacks of records in search of the one you haven’t been able to find, to placing the record on a turntable and turning it to the other side after a while, this way of listening to music is a different experience,

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    Ska By Skawest festival unites DFW ska scene

Ska By Skawest festival unites DFW ska scene

“Speaking of fun, here’s a song about how nothing matters and we’re all gonna die,” Eric Daino, singer and guitar player of The Holophonics, said before launching into a song. The fourth annual Ska By SkaWest festival was held in Dallas’ Three Links club on April 20 and 21. Ska is

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    A day at Thin Line: Experience the five-day film, music and photo festival

A day at Thin Line: Experience the five-day film, music and photo festival

Every year deep in the heart of Denton, people from all around the world come to the Thin Line Fest to throw a five-day celebration of film, photography and music. This year’s festival lasted from April 18 to April 22 and offered hundreds of opportunities to see these different art

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    Thin Line Festival kicks off at the Campus Theatre

Thin Line Festival kicks off at the Campus Theatre

The Thin Line Film Festival kicked off at the Campus Theatre on Wednesday, April 18 with the premiere of a film directed by Sasha Water Freyer called “Garry Winogrand: Everything is Photographable.” The film documents how Winogrand took the concepts of traditional street photography and changed them forever. “I’m thrilled

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    Living room live: Tiny Couch Productions gets intimate

Living room live: Tiny Couch Productions gets intimate

Bob Ralph takes the “studio” out of  “studio apartment” a bit too literally. Ralph, a longtime Denton local and live music enthusiast, is the founder of Tiny Couch Productions, a space where Denton musicians can do live performances. Think NPR’s Tiny Desk Sessions, but a Denton version. “I just love

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    Preview: North by North Texas brings music festival season to the comfort of campus

Preview: North by North Texas brings music festival season to the comfort of campus

With SXSW gone just as fast as it came and the second weekend of Coachella on the horizon, the music festival season continues its way through the nation, and it isn’t missing its stop in North Texas. University Program Council is hosting its fourth annual North by North Texas festival

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    Nick Gibbons of ‘As Seen on Adult Swim’ rides the waves of success

Nick Gibbons of ‘As Seen on Adult Swim’ rides the waves of success

Whether it be during childhood or adulthood, you have probably seen Nick Gibbons’ work. Before the UNT alumnus’ success on shows like “Jimmy Neutron,” “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” and Adult Swim, Gibbons’ career began on a college campus where he majored in art and minored in radio television and film. “I

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    Masquerading mermaids: Denton’s mermaid club welcomes all

Masquerading mermaids: Denton’s mermaid club welcomes all

Many people think of mermaids as mythical creatures who flirt with Peter Pan, lure sailors to their deaths and star in fictional Animal Planet documentaries. But little do they know, they can often be found in the Denton pools and waterparks. The mermaid community consists of people from all around

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    Chaplain Luke Callender acts as spiritual guide at Denton County Jail

Chaplain Luke Callender acts as spiritual guide at Denton County Jail

Barriers and security play a large role at the Denton County Jail. When visitors enter, they walk up to a glass window and are given a visitors pass in exchange for their IDs. Phones are forbidden anywhere past the waiting area and are put away in a locker. To gain

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    21st African Cultural Festival keeps traditional ethnic music alive

21st African Cultural Festival keeps traditional ethnic music alive

For one night, Ghana, Cuba, Colombia and India came together at UNT. The heavy sounds of drums echoed off the walls of Voertman Hall as dancers stomped their feet, clapped and swung around in circles, flashing colors of ocean blue and orange. This year marked the 21st annual African Cultural

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