Arts & Life

Denton-based record label Killing A Sound arises out of hardcore scene

Friends establish a nonprofit company signing bands locally and internationally Alec Spicer and Nina Quatrino | Staff Writers Just over a year ago, close friends Jason Arp, 26, and Jesse Avalos,

Immigration expert to speak after flood of recent raids and arrests

UNT faculty group La Colectiva is hosting a presentation Thursday, featuring Dr. Anna Sampaio, Santa Clara University Chair of Ethnic Studies and author of Terrorizing Latina/o Immigrants: Race, Gender, and Immigration Politics in the Age

UNT parking booth operator spreads cheer to students and faculty

It’s a frigid, foggy Thursday morning at the corner of Avenue C and Chestnut Drive. Students have started their fruitful trudges toward their morning classes. A few cars make their

Mad about music

 Kayleigh Bywater and Rachel Kressin Standing in front of the button wall at Mad World Records, Mark Burke, 43, plucks off a Pikachu button while holding a white and black

American Legion Post 71 fights through low turnout and empty chairs

Tori Almond | Staff Writer As members rolled into Post 71 for the monthly meeting on Tuesday, the empty chairs stood out more than those that had once been filled by

The Art Den(ton); small gallery brings bold art to locals

In the city of Usak, Turkish painter Evrim Özeskici and sculptor Sirin Koçak stood around a table in their garden, surrounded by art supplies. Özeskici with oil paint, Koçak with

Short Film Club Indie Day showcases student talent

Some are dressed in high heels and suits while others are carrying bouquets of flowers. As students, friends and family members stroll in and fill row after row of bright

Free Beer Friday spills onto the Square

With every Friday new opportunities to explore the city of Denton are made available, few local events are more unique than “Free Beer Friday” on the Denton Square. Tucked in

UNT dropouts ready to takeover the textbook industry

With rock music blaring and tail-pipe howling, he stands on the bed of the pick-up truck, riding it like a surfboard. The driver, Sam Ulrich, 18, taps the brakes as the

Band conductor takes on new meaning with train collection

Some peoples’ backyards could hold anything from an outdoor grill and patio furniture to stubborn weeds. Dennis Fisher has taken a different track. Fisher, the UNT Symphonic Band Conductor, has built an entire