Arts & Life

    “Columbinus” play discusses aftermath of shootings

“Columbinus” play discusses aftermath of shootings

Trent Johnson Senior Staff Writer @NTDailyTrent In a dark performance room, a group of eight students wear white shirts, each with a word identifying common stereotypes — loner, freak, advanced placement, rebel, faith, perfect, prep and jock. Each represents a character in the student performance “Columbinus,” an adaptation of an

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    “Gruesome” play depicts lifetime of wounds

“Gruesome” play depicts lifetime of wounds

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer Sundown Collaborative Theatre brings Denton Raajiv Joseph’s dark comedy, Gruesome Playground Inuries, about two accident-prone kids who form a significant bond through scars and physical calamities. Running Feb. 7-9 and Feb. 14-17 at the Green Space Arts Collective, this play is open to anyone who is

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Netflix Rental: Take Shelter

Preston Barta Staff Writer Take Shelter (2011), 120 minutes Rated R for some language. Written and directed by Jeff Nichols Starring: Michael Shannon, Jessica Chastain and Shea Whigham Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars Synopsis Curtis LaForche (Shannon), an Ohio construction worker living with his wife (Chastain) and their hearing-impaired child, begins to

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    Electronic music gives Denton a sense of community

Electronic music gives Denton a sense of community

H. Drew Blackburn Senior staff writer Music pulsates through the bar, neon lights flash across dancing bodies and a woman paints on stage. Subsonic Indulgence is a weekly dance music event put together by the Denton Dance Collective every Thursday at Andy’s Basement Bar & Grill. “First and foremost we’re

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    UNT alum voices major anime characters

UNT alum voices major anime characters

Trent Johnson / Senior Staff Writer In a Flower Mound sound booth, scripts and computerized characters come to life through trained voice manipulation. The voice belting into the microphone no longer belongs to its owner at all, but instead portrays the emotions and livelihood of a character created in Japan.

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Czech composers debut piece at music fest

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer Three Czech Republic professors from different universities teamed up with music theory professor Thomas Sovik, the Czech Educational Foundation of Texas, and the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno, Czech Republic, to bring north Texas a taste of Czech music and culture. The

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    Student campaigns for campus daycare

Student campaigns for campus daycare

Trent Johnson Senior Staff Writer Enrolling as a freshman at the age of 40, Lane Cheek was unable to take classes after 3 p.m. because of his daughter, and due to the price of day care, he felt he had no choice but to start on a project to implement

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Exhibit highlights Texas women in history

Anna Frosch Intern The walls are covered in bookcases, filled with antique and modern treasures of history. In the Rare Books Room, dated pictures of honorable Texas women are perched next to their respective artifacts in glass cases. The University of North Texas presents “Revealing Texas Women: Hidden Voices in

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Local gaming company hopes to attract students

Trent Johnson Senior Staff Writer Street-level windows on the left side of East Hickory St., buried under the un-named bank building, are lined with action figures and a Spider Man mask. Behind those windows is Jovian Minds, a homegrown game developing company that consists of four game developers who create

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    Foodsnobs: Grip Mediterranean

Foodsnobs: Grip Mediterranean

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer Grip Mediterranean is the new kid on the Fry Street block. The interior is an upscale modern design with a relaxed atmosphere. Though the prices are steep – $7 for just a pita wrap or a salad, and an extra $3 to make it

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