Arts & Life

    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 of people whose lives have been affected by a loved one committing suicide is incalculable. The Denton County Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) team provides help for anyone grieving

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    Local running club paves the way for fitness and friendship

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 the pavement as the Denton Area Running Club runs under the fluorescent lights. With sweat dripping on their beaming faces, the group reconvenes over drinks to celebrate their completed route

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

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 to positive behavioral interactions. This has been the norm for dog trainer extraordinaire Summer Milroy for around 11 years. “It’s not like a normal 9-to-5 job,” Milroy, 41, said. “There’s

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    Local indie band Mr. Breakfast delivers tasty sounds

Local indie band Mr. Breakfast delivers tasty sounds

The back room of the Bean Cave was empty when Mr. Breakfast took the “stage.” It was nearing midnight, and it seemed as if everyone had left the small house show venue. However, as riffs from the guitar began to fill the house, people poured in from every door, flooding

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    Denton Blues Fest fills Quakertown Park with culture and soul

Denton Blues Fest fills Quakertown Park with culture and soul

Rather than their usual bounty of dog walkers, Quakertown Park was host to several hundred spectators last weekend at the 19th annual Denton Blues Fest. Organized by the Denton Black Chamber of Commerce, the free event garnered a crowd of all ages to enjoy blues music from a variety of

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    The Factory inspires innovative students from all fields of study

The Factory inspires innovative students from all fields of study

In a mysterious nook of Willis Library, a cave of creativity brimming with high-tech, machine-like gadgets shines bright. Although the location is understated, this space is a distinct outlet of innovation. If UNT students are searching for a maker’s space, they need to look no further than the Factory, located

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    Project 2713 provides assistance to intrafamily adoption process

Project 2713 provides assistance to intrafamily adoption process

The process of adopting a child can be a worthwhile yet difficult journey. Sarah Haug, founder of Project 2713 and UNT alumna, wants to lend a hand in the process. Project 2713 is an organization that gives financial aid and resources to families pursuing intrafamily adoption, which happens between a

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    Animal sanctuary provides rehabilitation for both humans and farm life

Animal sanctuary provides rehabilitation for both humans and farm life

A hesitant child approaches a horse, holds out his hand and waits to earn the animal’s trust. The horse takes a step closer to the boy, sensing his anxiety, his depression and his loneliness. They have each experienced a pain only each other understands. This is the beginning of the

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    Spiral Diner puts a plant-based spin on comfort food favorites

Spiral Diner puts a plant-based spin on comfort food favorites

Plant-focused eateries, like The Bowllery and Mean Greens Cafeteria, have had their fair share of success in vegan ventures since opening their doors to the Denton community. Spiral Diner, the latest vegan hotspot, opened its doors Aug. 22 on Hickory Street. This is the third location for the 15-year-old franchise,

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    Choir conductor brings South African spirit to North Texas

Choir conductor brings South African spirit to North Texas

The new conductor of the UNT Women’s Chorus arrived in Denton a little over three weeks ago and settled into her new home, but her heritage still hung from her earlobes in the form of two gold earrings in the shape of Africa. Charlotte Botha moved to Denton from South

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