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    Unity through Hard Conversations: organization works to bring people together by talking about hot topics

Unity through Hard Conversations: organization works to bring people together by talking about hot topics

What does marijuana, a Confederate monument and illegal immigration all have in common? They are the polarizing topics in our society that Republicans, Democrats and everyone in between have been productively talking about on campus through Hard Conversations. For the non-partisan and unaffiliated campus organization, that’s the goal. Hard Conversations

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    From family pharmacy to Camera Exchange

From family pharmacy to Camera Exchange

Talk to almost any Denton local and you’re likely going to hear them refer to the Square as the place to be. It’s packed with coffee shops, bars, restaurants and boutiques of all shapes and sizes. However, just past the glow of the highly regarded Denton Square are some hidden

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    Song & Story is gone but not forgotten

Song & Story is gone but not forgotten

Every other Thursday, local artists shared their music and their stories with the community through Song & Story, a Denton Radio show where singers and songwriters could connect via their music and make themselves known to the public. Although the show has come to an end, Song & Story lives

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    Spiderwebs in the SilverLeaf

Spiderwebs in the SilverLeaf

Matthew Sallack takes the stage at Dan’s SilverLeaf on Saturday night, surrounded by pastel balloons and silver hanging stars that could easily be found in one of The Cure’s music videos. Couples shuffle away from the decorative prom archway as the singer begins to play a song commemorating his horrors

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    The Denton Black Film Festival: Past, Present and Future

The Denton Black Film Festival: Past, Present and Future

Rows of empty seats occupy the theater but soon, however, they will be filled, and the room will resonate with cheers, laughter and maybe some tears. The Denton Black Film Festival will take place from Jan. 25 through 28. The festival will be spread out among several venues within walking

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    Keep moving forward: How three UNT graphic design students didn’t let rejection stop them

Keep moving forward: How three UNT graphic design students didn’t let rejection stop them

At the end of every fall semester, close to 200 pre-communication design students put their art to the test to see if they have what it takes to continue in the competitive UNT program. For many, however, the path toward a career in communication design is cut short. In fall

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    Local artist Deanna Smith makes Denton proud in journey to becoming an ‘Ink Master’

Local artist Deanna Smith makes Denton proud in journey to becoming an ‘Ink Master’

When Deanna Smith walked into Dark Age Tattoo shop, she captured the attention of the room immediately. With her blazing red hair and intricate tattoos, she’s hard to miss. The 25-year-old has been the center of attention in Denton since her appearance as a contestant on season 10 of “Ink

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    An old basement for a new generation

An old basement for a new generation

The sound of guitars and saxophones rise through the floorboards of J&J’s Pizza on the Square for one of the first times in 16 months. In the reopened Ol’ Dirty Basement, up-and-coming bands play for a packed audience and their number one fan — a portrait of the Virgin Mary

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    Babe Bash brings Denton crowd back for more

Babe Bash brings Denton crowd back for more

As the middle floor of Andy’s Bar slowly begins filling up on a cold January night with people of all ages and styles, the eclectic atmosphere began to form with both locals and new faces eager to hear new, unique modern music, along with a mix of old school rock

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    Prenatal yoga gives beneficial exercise for mothers-to-be

Prenatal yoga gives beneficial exercise for mothers-to-be

She was in her mid-20s when she hit her low point, caught up in the middle of a divorce and struggling with anxiety and depression. But when her friend introduced her to yoga, she was uplifted again. Meg Kirby is now a yoga instructor at Shambhala Wellness Center in Denton

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