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    Denton Community Market concludes 12th year of sustainable sales

Denton Community Market concludes 12th year of sustainable sales

Every Saturday morning from April through November, patrons and vendors can be found at the Denton Community Market, held at the corner of South Carroll Boulevard and West Mulberry Street. The market’s 12th season came to a close this weekend on Small Business Saturday, a nationwide holiday promoting small and

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    Denton Startup Crawl supports local creative economy

Denton Startup Crawl supports local creative economy

Stoke, a coworking, meeting and office space, can be found in Downtown Denton filled with entrepreneurs and freelancers on any given day. Stoke hosted its Denton Startup Crawl on Friday, which featured 12 locations in honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week, a week designed to connect people with tools and resources

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    Alumna brings out the ‘eerie’ side of American suburbia

Alumna brings out the ‘eerie’ side of American suburbia

Through images and scenes of American suburbia, artist and university alumna Amber Hart explores the middle class.  “To be honest, the middle class has so much more character than the upper class does,” Hart said. “Wealth doesn’t necessarily mean anything.”  Hart paints modern and historical architecture through various mediums such

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    Native American Student Association Red Dress Search brings awareness to MMIW crisis

Native American Student Association Red Dress Search brings awareness to MMIW crisis

Red dresses are spread across campus for the Native American Student Association’s latest project: the Red Dress Search.  As one of its programs for Native American Heritage Month, NASA began the Red Dress Search to bring awareness to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women human rights crisis. Murder rates for

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    Eagle Dreamers Program reflects on growing uncertainty

Eagle Dreamers Program reflects on growing uncertainty

By Azul Sordo The university’s Eagle Dreamers Program discussed the “future of DACA,” following Congressional Democrats’ third attempt to include immigration reform in President Joe Biden’s $1.75 trillion “Build Back Better” reconciliation bill. The Eagle Dreamers Program aims to support immigrant students of all backgrounds by providing them with resources,

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    University alumnus uses food truck to celebrate culture with a sweet treat

University alumnus uses food truck to celebrate culture with a sweet treat

Just off the Denton Square’s East Side food truck park sits a new, bright pink addition, El Cucuy Burritos. Mark Kimberlin, university alumnus and Dallas native, opened the truck in September. The truck originally opened to serve California-style burritos, but a new menu item has recently been added to the

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    New art exhibition combines mediums in collaborative show

New art exhibition combines mediums in collaborative show

Delicate flowers made of metal and unique ceramic plates and platters line the back wall of the Flourish exhibit shown in the Gough Gallery of the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center in Denton.  Flourish is an exhibit of ceramics and metalwork by Master of Fine Arts candidates Courtney DiMare and Brianna Shimer.

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    Denton local business is an ‘ode to an inner child’

Denton local business is an ‘ode to an inner child’

What started as daily nature walks to clear her mind during the COVID-19 pandemic is now an alumna’s newly bloomed art shop: Rise and Earthshine. Dozens of freshly hand-picked flowers covered 29-year-old Reina Waller’s work-from-home desk, when she thought to herself, “I need to preserve all of these.” “It brought

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    Alumna showcases unique Texas history through children’s book

Alumna showcases unique Texas history through children’s book

A tale of calf slobbers, swamp seed and coffee so thick you could float a horseshoe in it are all found in alumna and author Jennifer Coleman’s newest book titled “Come ‘n Git It!” “Come ‘n Git It!” follows the daily life of chuck wagon cook Cookie on the cattle drive

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    Woolen Witch Crafts offers ‘magickal creations’ and safe spaces

Woolen Witch Crafts offers ‘magickal creations’ and safe spaces

With crafting skills passed down from her mother and grandmother, Denton native Elizabeth Bernal turned her love for crafting and magick into a business: Woolen Witch Crafts. After starting the nonprofit Labor of Love Denton in 2019 with Chelsea Wolfington, Elizabeth decided she wanted to jump into the world of vending.

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