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    Jewelry maker continues chain of handcrafting with 2000s-inspired accessories

Jewelry maker continues chain of handcrafting with 2000s-inspired accessories

In jeweler Jasmine Muñoz’s room, long tree branches are used as curtain rods and art pieces fill the walls. A corner is dedicated to Muñoz’s art supplies including beads, hand drills and wire for earrings. Muñoz, 23, sells handmade jewelry through their business on Instagram and at backyard get-togethers. Muñoz began

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    Annual LSA Mural Project gives rooftop dwellers new eye candy

Annual LSA Mural Project gives rooftop dwellers new eye candy

LSA Burger, located in the downtown Denton Square, is known for its burgers, live music and, perhaps most of all, its rooftop. Artists left their marks on the walls of LSA this weekend as part of the restaurant’s Mural Project. Mural artist Dan Black was one of the artists selected

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    Thin Line 2019: The films, music and photos of Denton’s multitalented festival

Thin Line 2019: The films, music and photos of Denton’s multitalented festival

Over five days, people from across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex flocked to Denton for Thin Line Fest. The free festival, which ran from April 10-14 across 15 different locations, featured local and international photographers, filmmakers and musicians. If you missed out on this year’s Thin Line Fest, here is a

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    Technicolor Hearts and The Bralettes usher in a new era at Rubber Gloves during Thin Line Fest

Technicolor Hearts and The Bralettes usher in a new era at Rubber Gloves during Thin Line Fest

Oak Cliff-based rock band The Bralettes and the new lineup of the Austin synth-pop band Technicolor Hearts graced the stage at the recently reopened Rubber Gloves venue for Thin Line Fest. Each band has three members but both trios manage to pack a punch that pulls their audiences in. Technicolor

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    Q&A: Kyoto Lo-Fi brings “post-indie” sound to Thin Line Fest

Q&A: Kyoto Lo-Fi brings “post-indie” sound to Thin Line Fest

Dallas-based band Kyoto Lo-Fi brought its self-described “post-indie” sound Friday night for a set at Dan’s Silverleaf as a part of Thin Line Fest, Denton’s annual film, music and photography festival. Kyoto Lo-Fi is comprised of lead singer Nico Caruso, drummer Nehuen Erazo, bassist Paul Arevalo and guitarist Gabriel Santana,

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    Old Hand Tattoo inks a new spot in Denton

Old Hand Tattoo inks a new spot in Denton

Behind the cherry-red front door of Old Hand Tattoo is a shop that gives off the American traditional tattoo parlor aesthetic, with antique wood and leather chairs. Scattered around the shop are trinkets including a globe, a sewing machine and a vintage Fisher Price record player that spins classical music.

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    Pour-fessional artist mixes passion and color into new creations

Pour-fessional artist mixes passion and color into new creations

Set up in front of LaRee Ruteshouser’s parents’ house is her art studio, where she is surrounded by different types of paint. LaRee uses the “hidden waterfall” method on her canvas, the colors slowly spreading out as she pours them. She tilts the canvas, getting rid of unwanted colors bit

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    Dreaming in Horror Film Club brings nightmarish films to locals

Dreaming in Horror Film Club brings nightmarish films to locals

Fear and terror are generally not emotions people look forward to feeling at a bar. However, a Wednesday night at Denton’s BackYard on Bell offers a unique experience with a different horror movie screening every month. Erin Devany, a Denton resident and filmmaker at All Hallows Productions, created the Dreaming

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    Egan Street Design creates plushies for a monstrously good time

Egan Street Design creates plushies for a monstrously good time

Lora O’Shaughnessy’s collection of art is a mix of what she calls “cute and spooky.” This is reflected in her work from a pink and purple Furby-inspired plushie to a doll wearing a letterman jacket from the ’50s horror film “I was a Teenage Werewolf.” In 2017, O’Shaughnessy established Egan

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    Quiz: How well do you know Denton musicians?

Quiz: How well do you know Denton musicians?

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