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    Don’t Feed the Artists features noteworthy bands from near and far

Don’t Feed the Artists features noteworthy bands from near and far

It started with four friends gathering around one microphone in the center of a coffee table to talk about music. Now, local Denton podcast Don’t Feed the Artists has released 21 episodes and has interviewed numerous bands from all over the U.S. Hagen Hauschild, Anby Marin, Jackson Russo and Adam

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    Denton’s Day of the Dead celebrates multicultural fall festivities

Denton’s Day of the Dead celebrates multicultural fall festivities

The crowd held their breath as Cleopatra pointed her gun at the sky. At the sound of the gunshot, two coffin boxcars raced down E. Hickory Street, wheels swiftly gaining speed. They flew past Queenie’s Steakhouse, past the parking lot and crash-landed into bales of hay at the finish line.

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    Women in Commerce Committee promotes female representation in business industry

Women in Commerce Committee promotes female representation in business industry

Women are a growing force in U.S. business as the gap narrows between men and women in the professional world. Denton is home to a number of powerful females in a number of industries, hinting at a progression regarding representation in the workplace. Carolyn Corporon, former vice president of marketing

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    UNT’s newest a cappella group gives hopeful singers an outlet to use their voice

UNT’s newest a cappella group gives hopeful singers an outlet to use their voice

For almost a decade, the Green Tones remained UNT’s sole a cappella group, but a new group of spirited singers is now in the making. This group, the Vocal Chords, are currently in the process of becoming an official university organization. International studies freshman Riddah Shahed and finance freshman Shyane

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    Tiny Nest concert series strengthens music community on campus

Tiny Nest concert series strengthens music community on campus

A burst of applause fills the tight quarters of the Design Works office as media arts senior Sam Decker sets aside his guitar and drumsticks. Through the loud whoops and hollers of the office employees, the air in the room feels filled to the brim with community and support. This

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    UNT professors aim to connect minorities with mental health services

UNT professors aim to connect minorities with mental health services

For many members of racial minorities, accessing mental health care is an ordeal in and of itself. Then, after finally having time in the seat at the doctor’s office, people often walk out feeling disconnected and inadequately served. And eventually, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, they don’t

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    North Texas Center for Mindfulness promotes positive mental health to young minds

North Texas Center for Mindfulness promotes positive mental health to young minds

The importance of self-care and mental health awareness seems to be a message that is primarily emphasized toward teenagers and young adults. However, one North Texas woman aims to implement those mantras to a younger generation. As an LSSP, Jamie Goldstein was an advocate of sorts for children, working with

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    ‘Big Fish’ adapts larger-than-life tale at Denton’s Campus Theatre

‘Big Fish’ adapts larger-than-life tale at Denton’s Campus Theatre

Edward Bloom is known for telling stories about his life that are so spectacular, they’re hard to believe. Now, Bloom and his stories are hitting the stage in Denton. Denton’s Campus Theatre was just in rehearsal for “Big Fish: The Musical,” which opened this past Friday. Based on the book

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    All for the animals: Gainesville zoo brings exotic reptile fun to Denton

All for the animals: Gainesville zoo brings exotic reptile fun to Denton

As the sun set on the Denton Square, local families and friends gathered eagerly to enjoy a windy Friday night with food and music. But behind the doors of the Discover Denton Welcome Center, a few exotic friends joined in on the fun, thanks to Frank Buck Zoo from Gainesville, Texas. A

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    UpTop Denton bridges ‘digital divide’ for high school seniors

UpTop Denton bridges ‘digital divide’ for high school seniors

For the kids who do homework by phone light, skip class to study in the computer lab, work late and study even later, UpTop Denton wants to help. UpTop, a fundraiser started by Denton resident Chris Briggs, provides laptops for disadvantaged seniors at Denton Ryan High School. In an increasingly tech-heavy classroom

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