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    Local resale shop makes every sale count

Local resale shop makes every sale count

From dresses and earrings to school supplies and diapers, Twice as Nice Resale of Denton holds a variety of quality items perfect for any family shopping trip. While your child browses the selection of children’s books, you could check out a recliner that would go perfect with your living room

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    Delivery services provide food from the comfort of your home

Delivery services provide food from the comfort of your home

Goodbye to only being able to get pizza delivered to your apartment, and hello to spending more money on a wider variety of food from the comfort of your couch. Food delivery services, such as UberEATS and Postmates, have started gaining popularity throughout Denton. The on-demand delivery services allow people

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    Summer class celebrates history in an interactive way

Summer class celebrates history in an interactive way

Focusing intently on the screen, the 36-year-old media arts professor finalizes every finishing touch on her summer semester’s long awaited documentary, titled FreedmanTown2.0. As an independent filmmaker herself, Carla LynDale Carter-Bishop’s main goal is teaching students how to share their personal stories while also representing stories that haven’t been told

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    Three local female photographers make waves in the community

Three local female photographers make waves in the community

Behind every aesthetically pleasing portrait you scroll past on Instagram or Facebook, is a photographer who pours their time, money and energy into capturing that moment. Meet three local photographers who roam the Denton streets catching the light and the faces around them. From elegant wedding ceremonies in chapels to

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    Drawing Denton: Free caricature artist brings the Square to life

Drawing Denton: Free caricature artist brings the Square to life

Amidst the typical flurry of faces wandering the Denton Square on a summer night, a man draws a curious crowd in with two words — free caricatures. With a black Crayola marker moving furiously across the white paper, caricature artist Isidro Nunez, going by pseudonym Arte, draws sharp lines to

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    Denton bookstore aims to charm both readers and musicians

Denton bookstore aims to charm both readers and musicians

Rows of books with paperback spines line the wooden shelves as the seemingly small corner bookstore unfolds into multiple rooms and sections, each housing an extensive collection of literature and music that promises a little something for everyone. Books & More is a used book store owned and operated by

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    Nerf battlefield in Denton home to instant nostalgia

Nerf battlefield in Denton home to instant nostalgia

For people born within the last four decades, the word Nerf is instantly recognizable, conjuring fond memories of childhood battles between friends and siblings fought in living rooms and down hallways on Christmas mornings. Bruised knees and broken lamps were nothing but battle scars and collateral damage in the great

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    Local baker looks to satisfy Denton’s sweet tooth

Local baker looks to satisfy Denton’s sweet tooth

The smell of freshly baked bread fills the air as customers make their way through the front door of Ravelin Bakery. A variety of items fills the glass cases, from eight different types of croissants and pieces of pie to creme brûlée and slices of chocolate chip cheesecake. Diligently making

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    The view from the other side of the nail bar

The view from the other side of the nail bar

Nail technicians and manicurists often seem quiet and to themselves while pressing on acrylics, applying wax to eyebrows and painting layers on nails. With so many nail salons around Denton and such a wide variety of manicurists at each salon, learning nail technicians’ names and their stories are at the

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    UNT students and professors break ground on the ‘pollinative’ prairie

UNT students and professors break ground on the ‘pollinative’ prairie

Bye-bye Bermuda grass, hello bees. Members of the UNT biology department, along with the We Mean Green fund, have broken ground on a pollinative prairie, serving the natural and educational ecosystem at Discovery Park. The pollinative prairie project will repurpose a four-acre lot surrounding UNT’s satellite research facility from its

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