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Denton Shows Strong in Austin in Spite of the Ice

Last Tuesday someone on Facebook posted a picture of freshly-sprouted flowers laid flat, only their little green leaf tips visible.   The photo caption referenced our mini-Icemaggedan, “This ice is a life ruiner.” For the flowers, maybe. But for most of us, it was more a rearranger. This was certainly the case for the Denton delegation […]

Published on: Sun, Mar 01, 2015

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#Dentoning this Week

There’s always something happening in Denton! Our town is filled to the brim with creativity, unique stores and restaurants, talented musicians and it grows each and every day! Here’s what’s happening this week in Denton so you can plan your #Dentoning. MONDAY, FEB 23RD Made in Denton County Exhibit Materials: Hard & Soft Free Mimosa […]

Published on: Wed, Feb 25, 2015

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Lovers at Sundown Collaborative Theatre

Now that Thin Line Fest is over, you crave more entertainment that’s thought-provoking and creative, right?  Sundown Collaborative Theatre’s production of Lovers is just what you need. Lovers combines short scenes of couples’ conversations with brief dance interludes.  The dancers wear masks, as we all do when we are interacting with others.  A musician plays edgy […]

Published on: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

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Thin Line……..Plan now for 2016!!

The coolness of Denton is built around its people…..pure and simple. Denton is full of creatives, geniuses, talents, curmudgeons, miscreants……and class. From its music, to its performance art, its photography, its festivals, its street parties, its holiday events and its universities, Denton is a year round, target-rich environment for amazingness. Thin Line Fest ends today […]

Published on: Sun, Feb 22, 2015

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Life’s Better in a State of Travel

“Life’s Better in a State of Travel.”  This is the Texas Travel Industry Association’s (TTIA) brand tagline.  This column’s regular readers know I talk a lot about branding, how it’s much more than a mere logo.  My focus is typically honing in on our Denton Original Independent brand, and all the facets that make it […]

Published on: Sun, Feb 22, 2015

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Thin Line Review: Sweethearts of the Gridiron

As a kid, I loved parades. Big floats rolled slowly past the station wagon where my brother and sisters and I sat on the open tailgate. Sometimes, sparkly people riding on floats threw candy, and we scurried with scores of other kids to grab as many little candies as our pockets could hold. Happy, beautiful […]

Published on: Sat, Feb 21, 2015

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Searching for Eddie Running Wolf at Thin Line

Searching for Eddie Running Wolf takes viewers on an unexpected journey. At the beginning of the film, we learn Edie Running Wolf, a well-known Native American sculptor has been hired by collector Dr. Joseph Hartmann to create a monumental sculpture from marble. The commission remains unfinished for many years until Dr. Hartman’s son, Thomas Hartmann and […]

Published on: Sat, Feb 21, 2015

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Brian’s Dots at Thin Line

Thin Line Fest documentary Brian’s Dots gives us a personal and behind-the-scenes look at the life of artist Brian Delozier. After a tragic ski accident at age 16, Brian’s future looked dim. He manages to overcome his circumstances when he decides to move to Hawaii on his road to healing. His new and beautiful island […]

Published on: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

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Thin Line Fest Premiers “The Culture High”

Because it’s illegal, writing anything about pot in a public forum is tricky business. Even trickier is making a documentary movie about it. I imagine that director Brett Harvey and producers Michael Bobroff and Don Metz had to think that through from numerous angles during the making of “The Culture High.” But, then again, maybe […]

Published on: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

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Thin Line: Day Three

I’m sitting in a Denton coffee house, Banter. It’s mid-day Friday afternoon and all is quiet on the square. The first film is at 3:00pm, one my festival faves, Poverty, Inc. and I’m just killin’ some time before heading back to Campus Theater. Looking around Banter at the photographs hanging on the walls, Thin Line Fest exhibits, I […]

Published on: Fri, Feb 20, 2015

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