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    GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

The North Texas Daily visuals team worked throughout June to capture how North Texas celebrates Pride Month. They photographed Dallas Pride, Every Witch Way Denton’s Over the Rainbow Market, Pridenton’s A Night OUT on the Square and pride flags at the abortion rights rally. Featured Image: The Progress Pride flag

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    CVAD gallery hosts Congolese artist’s first solo gallery

CVAD gallery hosts Congolese artist’s first solo gallery

Clad in golden suits made of spray-painted digital debris, The Kongo Astronauts channel their frustration with a post-colonial reality. Through an Afrofuturistic lens, they present their first solo exhibit, “Congo Gravitational Waves// a Metadigital and Tantalean Tale.” From June 14 to Sept. 3, the exhibit is available to the public

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    ‘Fine hats for fine folks:’ Mallouf Hat Co. debuts in Denton

‘Fine hats for fine folks:’ Mallouf Hat Co. debuts in Denton

Pg 3 headline: Local hat shop continues Mallouf family’s local business legacy Denton native Chrissy Mallouf has two loves in life — her hometown and hats. As co-owner of the new shop Mallouf Hat Co., she has combined those two passions into one local business. The new store, located on

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    Denton artist Ceci Ceci shares culture through song

Denton artist Ceci Ceci shares culture through song

Integrative studies senior Ceci Callejas, 23, owes her career to a sheet of printer paper and a Sharpie. Back in 2019, the singer-songwriter needed a producer after moving to North Texas. She grabbed some paper and a marker and scribbled “looking for a producer, call me” and her phone number.

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    A Night OUT on the Square celebrates community-wide pride

A Night OUT on the Square celebrates community-wide pride

Tents draped in colorful pride flags form around the courthouse on the Denton Square. Attendees wander across the space in matching attire, painting the downtown area into a bright rainbow. Upbeat music plays as Denton joins together for its own “reverse pride parade.” “Instead of standing on the square and

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    Alumna works to plant seeds in community through local flower farm

Alumna works to plant seeds in community through local flower farm

Focusing on the beauty of what nature provides, alumna and owner of Little Seed Flowers Audrie Patterson shares her passion for plants through her small urban farm. Based in the backyard of her Denton home, the former art teacher said the business helps her share her love for artistry in

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    The Dapper Devil barbershop fosters inclusive atmosphere

The Dapper Devil barbershop fosters inclusive atmosphere

Anthony Proa, The Dapper Devil owner and former marine, is an artist. The difference is rather than paintings and sculptures, the masterpieces that Proa creates are haircuts. “This is art,” Proa said. “Me taking someone’s head as a canvas and my clippers and my scissors those are my tools to

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    FemmeFest offers to showcase members local queer, femme community

FemmeFest offers to showcase members local queer, femme community

An array of multi-colored lights illuminate the stage of Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio. The cast of performers that range from drag to burlesque share the spotlight, each illustrating their own talents and identities. The variety showcase stood as one of the final acts of the first FemmeFest, a community-wide queer

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    Mother-daughter owned boutique caters to inclusive community

Mother-daughter owned boutique caters to inclusive community

At 728 N. Elm Street sits a quaint, sage greenhouse first built in the 1960s. After walking up a simple wooden ramp outside of the home’s entrance, one will find themselves in the midst of tables and racks holding a variety of tops, bottoms and accessories. The clothing styles and

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    Local eats: Arts & Life editor’s guide to new and opening Denton restaurants

Local eats: Arts & Life editor’s guide to new and opening Denton restaurants

Denton’s selection of eateries and specialty restaurants offer the community a variety of delicacies and flavors. Over the past semester, a number of restaurants have started to open across town to share their own unique takes on cuisine. Ranging from specialty Asian cookery to submarine sandwich shops, these establishments each

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