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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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    Denton’s first Roll Out fosters community, welcomes all

Denton’s first Roll Out fosters community, welcomes all

The Bearded Monk hosted Denton’s first outdoor Roll Out on Saturday evening. Skaters from all over Dallas/Fort Worth walked — and rolled — into the parking lot of the local bar to gather on wheels. Printmaking intern and hairstylist Cassie Smith organized the event, hosting it in conjunction with Queer

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    UNT Improv Horror Show: Frighteningly Familiar

UNT Improv Horror Show: Frighteningly Familiar

Improv comedy, the art of performing a show completely made by the actors in the moment, requires actors to be quick-witted and naturally funny enough to keep an audience laughing for an hour by the seat of their pants. With a classic slasher film structure and a feeling of comradery,

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    Local musicians unite through annual Denton Folk Festival

Local musicians unite through annual Denton Folk Festival

Last weekend, the third annual Denton Folk Festival took place at Backyard on Bell, featuring 24 artists over the three-day span. These artists included R.W. Ratcliff, Edgar Derby, Blue GrassFire and Boxcar Bandits. The festival was put on by the Denton Songwriters Guild, who began planning months ago to make

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    UNT student embraces graphic design with BeAnimated

UNT student embraces graphic design with BeAnimated

Tablet plugged into a nearby outlet and stylus in hand, deep in concentration, new media arts junior Brendan Walters works on a new logo design for a client. Walters is efficient when it comes to graphic design and displays his craft through his brand and website, BeAnimated Animations. Walters designed

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    Transfer student pursues dream to be on New York Fashion Week

Transfer student pursues dream to be on New York Fashion Week

In a sketchbook, UNT fashion design junior Alicia Crayton has sketches from her first fashion collection, including one with a tan jacket that is long in the back and is paired with a plaid skirt with buttons across. Another sketchbook has her bridal designs from her more recent fashion show.

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    Former track athlete finds passion in music after injury

Former track athlete finds passion in music after injury

From running track one day at UNT and getting injured, to going viral on Twitter for playing on the piano, Norman Johnson, better known to his peers as “Ralph Norman,” has been on a roll with producing some hits despite hitting a bump in the road. Johnson has worked with

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    First Generation Support Group: Turning over a new leaf

First Generation Support Group: Turning over a new leaf

Most college students have a family member they can go to with their questions about college. However, some students are the first in their family to attend college, and each student has a different situation that varies from the other first-generation students. Tri Tolar, a facility member in the Counseling

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