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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 year, the event welcomed people from all walks of life

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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

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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 have been killed in total this year, all of them

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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 of Thin Line Fest, Denton’s annual film, music and photography

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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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Drag queen designs deliciously dark costumes

    Drag queen designs deliciously dark costumes

In his apartment, Bailey Anderson apologized for the mess. At the moment, he was still trying to organize his collection of

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The bulb that never burns out: Lights All Night set to host ninth annual festival

    The bulb that never burns out: Lights All Night set to host ninth annual festival

With the holidays coming to a close and the new year is on the horizon, locals are getting ready to

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How much pride does Denton really have for its LGBTQ community?

    How much pride does Denton really have for its LGBTQ community?

June is Pride Month, a monthlong celebration of queer and gender nonbinary individuals in commemoration of the Stonewall Riots, a

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New Dallas LGBT exhibit and pride flag unveiling event kicks off Pride Month in celebration, reflection

    New Dallas LGBT exhibit and pride flag unveiling event kicks off Pride Month in celebration, reflection

In celebration of National Pride Month, the Dallas City Hall flew its LGBT pride flag as part of the Being

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