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    DFW resident exposes people to Colombian culture through Guajira Wayuu bags

DFW resident exposes people to Colombian culture through Guajira Wayuu bags

While on vacation in Mexico with her son, Karla Aguilera discovered Guajira Wayuu bags. The bags, which are hand-woven, feature vibrant colors and unique designs. They are made by the Wayuu people in north Columbia, and Aguilera uses the bags to bring a taste of their culture to Texas. Karla

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    Northlake resident welcomes all through villain-inspired wax business

Northlake resident welcomes all through villain-inspired wax business

A welcoming environment with scents pouring out of every door is a space Holli Harrison, Northlake resident and owner of Villainous Wax, hopes to create by sharing her love for fandoms and wax melts with her fellow villains.  Harrison began her business to help cope with the loss of her

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    Denton entrepreneur event encourages female business owners

Denton entrepreneur event encourages female business owners

DataReady DFW announced this month that it will be hosting its first SHEPreneur event on Nov. 18. SHEPreneur, which will run from 6 to 9 p.m. at Stoke coworking space, will be an event for female entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas to a crowd, and the winner will receive funding

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    Local artists use Fold Festival to connect with other artists, community members

Local artists use Fold Festival to connect with other artists, community members

Tucked inside of Armadillo Ale Works’ brick walls sat rows of vendors selling pieces of pottery, poetry, T-shirts, embroidery, prints and buttons, all with their own unique flare. On Sunday, Oct. 20 from 1 to 6 p.m., Armadillo Ale Works hosted their third annual Fold Festival, an event that allowed

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    Denton clothing swaps lead to more sustainable fashion

Denton clothing swaps lead to more sustainable fashion

Fast fashion is where a majority of clothing comes from now, and it is an unsustainable means of obtaining clothes. However, the ReVamp is combating the environmental impact of the fashion industry by giving Denton residents a way to trade and reuse clothes so they do not go to waste.

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    Alternative Service Breaks allows students to participate in social positive change

Alternative Service Breaks allows students to participate in social positive change

By Oreoluwa Obayan When most students think of spring break, they tend to imagine relaxing on the beach, binge-watching Netflix on the couch or a nice little getaway from their college campuses and 11:59 p.m. homework deadlines. However, for the past few years, students at the University of North Texas

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    Tales of a Dentonian: Promoting local musicians and artists

Tales of a Dentonian: Promoting local musicians and artists

Denton is home to many local businesses, musicians and artists. For Javi Arriaga, these things are what make Denton’s community unique and he makes it his mission to highlight the arts and music scene through Instagram. Arriaga is a UNT interdisciplinary arts and design junior with minors in photography and

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    Piggie Sue: The furry, four-legged fashionista of Denton

Piggie Sue: The furry, four-legged fashionista of Denton

With a chill attitude and a nose for fashion, Piggie Sue Brown is no stranger when it comes to the limelight. She can often be spotted sporting fashionable outfits at events held in and around Denton. Piggy is not a human, however, but a 13-year-old Boston Terrier. “We always love

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    Stoke helps entrepreneurs, remote workers and small businesses through coworking space

Stoke helps entrepreneurs, remote workers and small businesses through coworking space

A Wednesday afternoon at Stoke resembles your typical workspace. People sit inside offices, at large tables and in the kitchen area, on their computers doing whatever work they need to get done. While they share the same office space, however, they don’t all work for the same company or in

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    Local art exhibition expresses creativity through coffee

Local art exhibition expresses creativity through coffee

Until Oct. 15, the Artists Enclave of Denton County and Lumedia Musicworks are collaborating to put on “Well Blended,” a coffee-inspired art exhibition at UNT on the Square.  The exhibition, which opened on Oct. 4, consists of paintings, sculptures, photography, jewelry, music, films, poetry and other forms of art, all

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