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KB Illustration: From crafting in Denton to designing and freelancing in Dallas

    KB Illustration: From crafting in Denton to designing and freelancing in Dallas

KB Illustration creator Kristen Barnhart was first featured in the North Texas Daily almost two years ago, four months after she graduated from UNT with a bachelor’s degree in communication

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UNT Hearts for the Homeless chapter provides health resources for homeless people

    UNT Hearts for the Homeless chapter provides health resources for homeless people

Homeless people around the U.S. have often lacked proper health care to help them get the resources and services they need to stay healthy. Hearts for the Homeless is an

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UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

    UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

On a small stage, a UNT alumna fiddled with the voice tuner and practiced long notes. As her set began, the artist ran through her new EP titled “Made to

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Beldam Womancare offers education to young girls and women about their bodies

    Beldam Womancare offers education to young girls and women about their bodies

Not much attention goes toward educating young women and girls on their reproductive functions and caring for their bodies, but Beldam Womancare is changing that with classes and individual sessions

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Texas Veggie Fair encourages conscious living

    Texas Veggie Fair encourages conscious living

On Saturday, Nov. 2, Dallas Vegan hosted the Texas Veggie Fair at the Dallas Farmers Market. In celebrating its 10th

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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 —

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A reminder that transgender people are human too

    A reminder that transgender people are human too

The lives of at least two black transgender women have been taken away this month in Dallas. Eight trans women

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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

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Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

    Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

There’s nothing wrong with taking public transportation. If anything more people should be riding trains and buses because it’s better for

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Removing Confederate statues does not sugarcoat history, leaving them does

    Removing Confederate statues does not sugarcoat history, leaving them does

The Dallas City Council decided in a recent 11-4 vote to remove the Confederate War Memorial across the street from

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