Arts & Life

    Watercolor painter diverts from the norm in her home studio

Watercolor painter diverts from the norm in her home studio

Cloaked with a vibrant cardigan and a welcoming smile, local artist and UNT alumna Yandira Jester sinks comfortably into a wooden chair at West Oak Coffee Bar. When she is not mixing paints or creating images with simple brush strokes, Jester sits in coffee shops, spends time with her family

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    Communication student fights, wrecks and tumbles toward stuntman career

Communication student fights, wrecks and tumbles toward stuntman career

Connor Cross and two of his friends gathered in his small apartment in the late hours of a Friday night. The furniture in the living room had been pushed against the walls in order to create a fighting space. Dillon Burns and Brandon Paulk stood in the middle of the

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    Autism center uses aquaponics for interactive learning

Autism center uses aquaponics for interactive learning

At Bright Mosaic, nature lives outside and inside. Out in the yard, a garden flowing with leafy greens and trellised flowers are abundant. Okra, tomatoes, spinach and sweet potatoes are present abound. Inside, among a gaggle of kids, is an apartment of microgreens living under a magenta LED light. A

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    New community radio station transmits Denton’s diversity to airwaves

New community radio station transmits Denton’s diversity to airwaves

Although its broadcasts are recorded in a small building near the Square, Denton’s newest radio station delivers a large range of content inspired by the melting pot of the community. KUZU 92.9 is a low power FM, nonprofit, non-commercial station that launched on July 22. The station provides a community-based

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    Avant-garde protesting turns heads for human rights

Avant-garde protesting turns heads for human rights

Samantha Hobson is seeing red. With her peripherals blocked through a handcrafted bonnet, she experiences waves of emotions—flashes of nervousness, frustration and uncertainty—and remains calmly seated, hands clasped in anticipation. She’s attending Michael C. Burgess’ The Colony’s Town Hall event with nine other women, dressed in personally-sewn red cloaks, similar

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    The nightwalking comedian

The nightwalking comedian

Many people have seen local comedian Nick Fields perform around Denton at venues such as Killer’s Tacos, Backyard on Bell, The Bearded Monk and Midway Craft House. However, few people have seen the rare performance of him walking the Denton streets at night preparing for his sets. “I walk for

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    Urban grocery store defies the shopping status quo

Urban grocery store defies the shopping status quo

Meandering through aisles of flashy deals competing against each other and large shopping carts twisting through the narrow walkways, grocery shopping can quickly turn into a stressful necessity of living. But at the Blue Bag Grocery, you’re greeted by a friendly face behind the counter playing upbeat music on his

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    Blind artist’s painting soars to new heights

Blind artist’s painting soars to new heights

Denton artist John Bramblitt touches the paint before his brush touches the canvas. Through this process, he creates detailed art that bursts with color, emotion and complexity. It’s why viewers are always shocked when they realize that he is, in fact, blind. Originally from El Paso, Texas and an UNT

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    Students utilize home as iconic live music venue

Students utilize home as iconic live music venue

On select weekends, the lights of the Jagoe House burn bright. A mass of people stand beneath the various twinkling lights, chatting with their friends and allowing themselves to listen to the music roaring from inside. On other weekend nights, it is the place to be. Music floods the street

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    Local writers group strives for literary excellence

Local writers group strives for literary excellence

A small group of writers sit around a table. All is silent with the exception of a page turn. Each writer is invested in the copy of writing laid before him or her, occasionally underlining or writing notes with a pen – all constructive feedback for the author. Soon after,

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