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    The Dose: Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur’ is a mixed bag

The Dose: Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur’ is a mixed bag

The latest directorial effort from Guy Ritchie (“Sherlock Holmes,” “Snatch,” “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.”) has been a very divisive experience between critics and moviegoers as of recently. As for me, I’m siding with the moviegoers this time, as this film may be fun, thrilling and exciting. However, there are some things

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    The Dose: New summer comedy is a disposable ‘Baywatch’

The Dose: New summer comedy is a disposable ‘Baywatch’

Summer is coming. Brace yourself moviegoers, as we’re yet again being shown another movie revival of a ’90s TV show with a pretty stacked cast and an R rating. But watch with caution, because this isn’t “21 Jump Street” in terms of quality and setting. The movie’s plot is as

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    The Dose: The Best and Worst of Roger Moore as James Bond

The Dose: The Best and Worst of Roger Moore as James Bond

On Tuesday, actor Roger Moore died at the age of 89 from cancer. Although he was known for various TV shows, movies and humanitarian work, his most tremendous claim to fame was playing James Bond from 1973 to 1985 – the longest anyone has ever spent in the role. Last month

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    The Dose: Chance the Rapper, Migos and Gucci Mane sell out crowds at JMBLYA 2017

The Dose: Chance the Rapper, Migos and Gucci Mane sell out crowds at JMBLYA 2017

By Julia Falcon and Haley Yates The fifth annual, Texas-based music festival JMBLYA held a sold-out show at the Coliseum Parking Lot in Fair Park on Cinco de Mayo. Jersey-clad frat boys, moms hanging out in VIP and a handful of younger fans made up the festival’s crowd on its

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    The Dose: Purity Ring, Run the Jewels headline Fortress Festival

The Dose: Purity Ring, Run the Jewels headline Fortress Festival

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer “I think a big music festival can be a part of a community’s identity,” said Alec Jhangiani, founder of the inaugural Fortress Festival in Fort Worth. It’s Sunday afternoon and most of the music festival, which counted over 9,000 in attendance, was already behind him. Jhangiani’s

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    Denton Arts Walk of Fame: The faces behind the art

Denton Arts Walk of Fame: The faces behind the art

Amy Roh | Staff Writer The Denton Arts Walk of Fame is a place that honors all sorts of Denton artists, one granite square at a time. Along the stretch of East Hickory Street from Locust to Bell, pedestrians can recognize familiar names etched into the sidewalk. The project is a collaborative

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    The Dose: A chat with DREAMERS, an indie rock group on the rise

The Dose: A chat with DREAMERS, an indie rock group on the rise

Abby Jones | Staff Writer Leave it to indie rock trio DREAMERS to fly from Los Angeles to Dallas just to play one college show and almost not get there in time. “Whoever booked our flight booked it way too late,” frontman Nick Wold said. “But touring is the business of

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    The Dose: Disney’s ‘Born in China’ explores different animal lives

The Dose: Disney’s ‘Born in China’ explores different animal lives

Robert Warren | Staff Writer The latest Disney documentary, “Born in China,” opened in theaters on Friday, April 21. It explores the lives of three animal families through different seasons, and is using the funds from its opening weekend to benefit the World Wildlife Fund and help protect wild pandas and snow

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    The Dose: Thin Line Festival spotlights local bands at Backyard on Bell

The Dose: Thin Line Festival spotlights local bands at Backyard on Bell

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer Hen & the Cocks and In Spite of Madness took the stage during the 10th annual Thin Line Festival Saturday night. Backyard on Bell, an intimate venue tucked away across from the Denton Civic Center on the Square’s edge, hosted the local talent. Both bands have founding

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    The Dose: Awards ceremony celebrates the best of Thin Line

The Dose: Awards ceremony celebrates the best of Thin Line

Travis McCallum | Staff Writer The 10th Annual Awards Ceremony for the Thin Line Film Festival took place at noon on Sunday, April 23 in both film and photography categories. Thin Line Festival President Joshua Butler opened the ceremony with words of thanks, followed by a celebration of those involved. The

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