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Denton vintage store curates retro apparel and fashion history

Among the row of retail shops around the Square, a single burgundy door leads to the entrance of the sole vintage shop in town. Filled with clusters of eclectic retro

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Talking heads, unseen hands: local puppeteers pursue atypical comedy

At Mark Gale’s touch, the horse springs to life. Its fiery orange mane and bulging foam eyes become vibrant as it starts to talk, throwing out jokes and annoying the

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Oxygen bar allows students to breathe sigh of relief

In a college town, an oxygen bar may not be the first type of bar that masses of students would choose to visit to alleviate stress. But at this bar,

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Denton’s Oaktopia music festival moves to Deep Ellum

    Denton’s Oaktopia music festival moves to Deep Ellum

One weekend out of the year, the Denton alternative music scene steps back from their notorious house shows and takes over venues all over the city instead with a much-anticipated

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Updates and upgrades in store for Pohl Recreation Center

    Updates and upgrades in store for Pohl Recreation Center

Many regulars of UNT’s Pohl Recreation Center tend to frequent the facilities prior to the summer to get in shape.

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Denton County LOSS Team lends a life-saving hand to suicide survivors

    Denton County LOSS Team lends a life-saving hand to suicide survivors

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention says that over 44,000 people in the U.S. commit suicide each year. The number

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Local running club paves the way for fitness and friendship

On a still, quiet Wednesday night on the Square, the only sound heard is the unified pounding of feet on

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Ending of DACA affects more than just “Dreamers”

Since President Donald Trump’s announcement of his plan to terminate Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), about 800,000 people registered

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Dog trainer has a paw-sitive impact on humans and their four-legged friends

Imagine a regular work day involving going into unfamiliar homes and training strangers’ dogs to perform anything from basic commands

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Women Who Code aims to close tech’s gender gap

Women in the tech industry shatter glass ceilings every year. Forbes reported that women generate 12 percent more revenue than male-run

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