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    16 Denton artists unite to create record label

16 Denton artists unite to create record label

UNT students walk around campus and hear all types of music: jazz, hip-hop and the lonely notes of a singular guitar which ooze out of every corner. Whatever the instrument or style, it is very much music, and it is very much Denton. Denton’s music scene inspired a group of

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    Home-based nail technician creates unique bonds with clients

Home-based nail technician creates unique bonds with clients

In January 2020, Lilibeth Lopez, 25, took the leap and moved from Mexico to the U.S. to follow her dream of becoming a nail technician. Lopez gained interest in doing nails during high school in Mexico. After teaching herself, she would offer to do her friends’ nails for free so

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    UNT Vietnamese Student Association holds virtual Lunar New Year event

UNT Vietnamese Student Association holds virtual Lunar New Year event

 UNT’s Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) hosted a Twitch stream to celebrate the Lunar New Year on April 1, joined by VSA members from chapters at universities across the country. The stream, called Twitch by Night, lasted four-and-a-half hours and included classical and contemporary Vietnamese music and dancing. Officers from VSA

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    Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

Chevy “Chey” Gil took a leap of faith moving to Denton six years ago. Little did she know, she would end up being a professional photographer who focuses on inclusion with the LGBTQ+ community, especially through weddings. Born and raised in Burkburnett, Texas, Gil knew she wanted something bigger for

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    Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

For 45 years, Rose Costumes, originally Secondhand Rose, has been selling and renting costumes to schools and theaters, while providing individuals with grand imaginations to come explore the shop filled with unique, theatrical costumes. However, in March 2020, Annemarie Aldrich, owner of Rose Costumes, made the decision to shut its

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    UNT student inspires creativity and intention through small business

UNT student inspires creativity and intention through small business

“Intention.” That is marketing junior Haylee Song’s word of 2021. Song started her business, Morning Rose Co., this year, and she hopes to inspire others to be creative and live with intention, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. “A lot of people have lost motivation to be creative and to create

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    Thin Line presents annual festival virtually

Thin Line presents annual festival virtually

Thin Line hosted its annual film and music festival virtually from Tuesday, March 23 to Sunday, March 28. Individuals watched more than 70 documentaries created by filmmakers from across the country and attended concerts featuring Jackson Scribner, Sunbuzzed, Simon Flory among other performers. This year marks 14 years of the

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    Local business supports artists through spirituality, Earth and space

Local business supports artists through spirituality, Earth and space

Three artists came together to create a platform for other artists. This resulted in Earth and Space Marketplace, a business that sells handmade products, such as candles, jewelry and art. The small business aims to provide services to small artists while drawing on various aspects of spirituality for their brand,

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    100 Stories Project celebrates diversity and women of Denton

100 Stories Project celebrates diversity and women of Denton

It all started during winter break. AnnAnn Puttithanasorn, a 20-year-old Denton resident, organized a photoshoot with a group of diverse women to celebrate their differences and cultures. After connecting and networking with these women, Puttithanasorn realized that their five stories were not enough, and soon after the 100 Stories Project

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    Thin Line Festival stays virtual

Thin Line Festival stays virtual

The oldest documentary film festival in Texas starts today and will last until Sunday, March 28. Thin Line Festival is a six-day international documentary, national music and competitive photography festival sponsored by Panavision and powered by Falcon Events. Individuals can expect to see 71 documentary films and live musical performances,

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