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    Prenatal yoga gives beneficial exercise for mothers-to-be

Prenatal yoga gives beneficial exercise for mothers-to-be

She was in her mid-20s when she hit her low point, caught up in the middle of a divorce and struggling with anxiety and depression. But when her friend introduced her to yoga, she was uplifted again. Meg Kirby is now a yoga instructor at Shambhala Wellness Center in Denton

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    Man about town: Denton resident epitomizes the spirit of the city

Man about town: Denton resident epitomizes the spirit of the city

As the home base of two universities, Denton is only a temporary home to many young adults who leave upon graduation. But others stay, lured by a sense of belonging to the unique feel and community that resonates throughout the city. One of the people who stayed is UNT alumnus

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    Denton startup helps comic book industry thrive

Denton startup helps comic book industry thrive

A long-haired man with a graying beard sits patiently in The Multiverse Comics, Collectables, and Games. He is surrounded by many colorful comics, posters and figurines — both artifacts of the characters he grew up with and new stories he has yet to discover. He arrived early for the Texas

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    Chill’n-n-Denton’s inaugural year hints at promising future

Chill’n-n-Denton’s inaugural year hints at promising future

Concert-goers approach the gravel driveway and see small, slightly worn buildings down the way. The site of a brand-new musical extravaganza — best known as the home of the haunted Parker House attraction — welcomed a new group of patrons. The Parker Plantation hosted an all-day concert Saturday called Chill’n-n-Denton,

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    UNT professor hunts down Zodiac Killer in History Channel series

UNT professor hunts down Zodiac Killer in History Channel series

What do Ted Cruz, the History Channel and a UNT professor all have in common? They can all be associated — in one way or another — with one of the most enigmatic serial killers in American history. Ryan Garlick, a computer science and engineering professor, was asked to join

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    Twisted Bodies fitness studio offers circus-inspired exercise

Twisted Bodies fitness studio offers circus-inspired exercise

Dancers glide through the air on ribbons and hoops, twirling and flipping while suspended from the ceiling. On the ground, people spin on poles, contorting their bodies into various moves and positions. Though it may sound like a circus, this describes the classes offered at Twisted Bodies, a fitness studio

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    Denton residents help people in need with Keep Denton Warm drive

Denton residents help people in need with Keep Denton Warm drive

As temperatures outside drop, many people of Denton are faced with an increased need for sufficient winter clothing. Local charity group Friends with Benefits has stepped in with the Keep Denton Warm drive, whose mission is to help people in need during the colder months. Mindy Arendt, Friends with Benefits

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    Short Film Club premiere showcases stellar student talent

Short Film Club premiere showcases stellar student talent

After deliberate writing, shooting and editing processes over the past few months, student filmmakers were finally able to showcase their work to an audience last weekend. UNT’s Short Film Club held their Fall 2017 Official Premiere on Dec. 2 in the Lyceum. Each film was followed by a Q&A with

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    Backyard Block Party merges local live music and visual art

Backyard Block Party merges local live music and visual art

The train horn cut through the performance of the band Honey and Salt on Friday evening as the cargo zipped along the tracks behind the colorful outdoor stage, but no one seemed to notice. The train was a staple of the venue, and it had been mentioned by musicians, comedians

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    Best of Fest film showcase serves as exciting preview to upcoming Denton Black Film Festival

Best of Fest film showcase serves as exciting preview to upcoming Denton Black Film Festival

The screen is lowered and the lights begin to dim as the speaker delivers a spiel. The projection displays the motto of the hosting organization — “where a minority culture can be a majority experience” — and immediately, the minority culture behind these films has already started to resonate with the crowd.

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