Posts From Julia Falcon

The Dose: Chance the Rapper, Migos among headliners at JMBLYA 2017

Julia Falcon and Haley Yates Grammy-winner Chance the Rapper, Gucci Mane and Migos are all coming to Dallas on May 5, headlining and kicking off the fifth annual hip-hop festival

Another apartment complex proposal near Fry Street area is denied

A public hearing to consider adoption of an ordinance to rezone approximately 1.39 acres from a residential area to commercial was denied again on April 7 at the regular city

City council candidates discuss transparency, ethics, fracking at forum

With the city council election coming in less than a month, candidate hopefuls have been attending countless forums, with citizens grilling them on all the issues Denton faces. City council

Texas House Rep. Lynn Stucky’s drafted bills focus on Denton, second amendment rights

Since the Texas state legislature convened on the second Tuesday in January, the newly elected Texas House representative Dr. Lynn Stucky of District 64 has been busy authoring or co-authoring 15 bills.

A guide to May’s Denton city council election

With Spring in full swing and the city council election only a month away, candidates are preparing for the home stretch of their respective races. On May 6 residents will

College professor Emily White eyes open city council seat

After 19 years of living in Denton, North Central Texas College English and writing professor Emily White will run to lead the city she has such close ties to. Since

Gerard Hudspeth, son of Willie Hudspeth, vies for city council District 1 seat

With four open seats in the Denton city council and a May 6 election day, many are rushing to apply. But in January, Gerard Hudspeth announced he’d run for District

UNT Alumni took home seven Grammy Awards Sunday night

Alumni from the UNT College of Music won in three categories at the 59th Grammy Awards Sunday night, chief among them is Snarky Puppy who now have three Grammys. Country

The Dose: ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ is darker indeed

Girls and their boyfriends, groups of girls and hopeless romantics filled the Cinemark 14 theater Thursday night to watch the second installment in the “Fifty Shades of Grey” series. Before I get

Election issues lead to Denton County shakeup

There has been a shakeup at the Denton County Elections Administration following a series of glitches and issues counting votes on Election Day. Three election officials departed the administration. Lannie