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    Up-coming artist Zarina Kay finds her niche in nature

Up-coming artist Zarina Kay finds her niche in nature

Each drop of color, each speck of paint creates its own story like the autumn leaves, drifting in and out but always here to stay. The colors ebb and flow together in an elliptical as they pass each other by. The texture heightens the galaxy and creates an almost infinitely

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    Everyone deserves a friend: intellectually disabled adults gain new relationships through UNT organization

Everyone deserves a friend: intellectually disabled adults gain new relationships through UNT organization

A movie plays loudly over the large room of Infinite Capabilities, a day center for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The 20 clients of the program sit around in plastic chairs with tennis balls covering the ends of the legs. Some speak loudly and freely, others are quiet as

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    Women IGNITE the matriarchy at the 6th Annual Texas Young Women’s Political Leadership Conference

Women IGNITE the matriarchy at the 6th Annual Texas Young Women’s Political Leadership Conference

Dr. Carine M. Feyten, chancellor and president of Texas Women’s University, took the stage on in a crowded hall of elected female officials and eager high school girls ready to learn. Her speech discussed the common misconception that only a man is deserving to be president — a misconception that does

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    Scrumpdiliumptious brings Louisiana flavor to Denton

Scrumpdiliumptious brings Louisiana flavor to Denton

Nestled deep in the heart of Denton on Carroll Street next to Ashes Smoke Shop lies a hidden gem that seems to only be known to people by word-of-mouth. In fact, if you blink, you might miss it. Known for its quality of food and friendly atmosphere, Scrumpdiliumptious is probably

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    Music is more than sound for local singer-songwriter Austin Leach

Music is more than sound for local singer-songwriter Austin Leach

Local singer-songwriter Austin Leach looks down at his coffee as he recalls his earliest memory of his desire for music as a young boy, the process of making his music come to life and his long-term goals mixed with what he does on a day-to-day basis. “I remember being 7

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    Salty Lady Burlesque brings something sweet to Denton

Salty Lady Burlesque brings something sweet to Denton

Taking clothes off is an every-day task, but for burlesque performers, it’s an art and a statement. And now, their presence is about to grow under the producers of Salty Lady Burlesque, a company that produces and performs theatrical burlesque. The newly emerging company is the brainchild of Lilith Gray, a

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    North Texas band Sophmore graduates with a growing audience

North Texas band Sophmore graduates with a growing audience

It is expected that not all bands comprising of high school students formed in a garage make it beyond the driveway. Perhaps the drummer isn’t committed enough and college application season is coming around. Then, one by one, members start becoming noticeably absent as each one goes off to attend a

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    Dan’s Silver Leaf makes speed dating great again

Dan’s Silver Leaf makes speed dating great again

For a small fee of $5, the singletons of Denton gathered at Dan’s Silver Leaf Sunday for a session of speed dating, comedic relief and fundraising for Thin Line, Denton’s free 5-day video, photo and music festival. This year marks the 11th anniversary of Thin Line. Vice President and Marketing Director

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    Beerathlons and shotgun shot puts at the 2018 Winter Beer Olympics

Beerathlons and shotgun shot puts at the 2018 Winter Beer Olympics

A 53-year-old man hoists the heavy pony keg to his chest and breaks into a sprint. He shoots through the rails of the patio and through the bar of the Denton County Brewing Company. Holding on tightly to his “keg-baton,” he weaves in-between an obstacle course of larger kegs in

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    UNT improv troupe heads to National College Improv Tournament after winning regional competition

UNT improv troupe heads to National College Improv Tournament after winning regional competition

Imagine alternate realities where dragons, gnomes and magical books come to life. Not only do these scenes make up settings for movies and children’s books, they are also the settings where members of Sparky, a UNT improv troupe, find themselves navigating through each week. The troupe, made up of five

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