Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

DentonRadio.com: Tune In.

Boombachs – Aliennation Space gospel sounds like a futuristic genre from 2030, but it’s exactly how The BoomBachs are described and how they sound. The BoomBachs are a six-piece band that has successfully blended hip-hop, jazz and rock together. Once you press play to the album “AlienNation,” you’re immediately greeted by “Here We Are Now,” […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

And All That Jazz

A Glimpse into the origins of the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival The year is 1986. A troupe of dancers dressed in Egyptian costumes stand on a concrete stage. There is a crowd of people in front of them, parents eager to watch their children perform and festival-goers who are just interested in what is […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Featured, Jan-June 2017

Three rounds with Thin Line

With the help of a few drinks, the minds behind Denton’s only documentary festival take us behind the scenes In front of us sits a photographer, a documentarian, and a seasoned festival booker. In front of them sits various beers and wines from across the world. It’s not often you can convince such different artists […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

Juneteenth: A celebration of unity

As the day turns to night, a DJ starts packing up his sound equipment, vendors are putting up goods and kids are high-fiving over their basketball game win. Local musicians can still be heard performing as people head home, exhausted and gratified. Fred Moore Park falls silent. Every summer for the last 45 years, a […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Featured, Jan-June 2017

A piece of the Netherlands

Pieter and Petra Koeman’s Texas Tulips farm entices visitors every spring Immigrating to the United States to start their own tulip business might have been the Koemans’ best and most profitable idea yet. And they have the Ewing family from the TV show Dallas to thank for it. The towering skyscrapers, dynamic theme music and […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

Hooping it up

It’s a perfect fall afternoon, the breezy weather calling for a day out on the town in Denton. Today, you follow your nose down Bell Avenue as it picks up the smell of cheesy barbecue chicken pizza. Peals of laughter and squeals of delight ring out over a swish swish of frenetic activity. Here at […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Featured, Jan-June 2017

Feeding Denton Fever

Discover Denton Welcome Center facilitates the art of Dentoning The breeze from the open doors wafts the comforting smell of coffee around the room. A bright blue mural by Denton artist Dan Black depicts famous sights of Denton like the Courthouse, the UNT eagle and the North Texas Horse Country Tours. Across from the mural, […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

Live on Air with DentonRadio.com’s Dunashay Thomas

Your alarm didn’t go off, you’re late, and you spilled piping hot coffee in your lap. Or maybe today just isn’t particularly inspiring. But the man on the radio is sending out words of encouragement as he spins songs coming from a treasure trove of local musicians. He gives you food for thought as he […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

Can you Escape the Square?

Entering the room is the easy part. Once inside things get a little more difficult. You can’t help yourself – no matter how relaxed you were outside, your heart starts beating a little bit faster as you hear the soft click of the door behind you, looking around the odd room filled with riddles in […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2017

Picture this

Denton Black Film Festival seeks to share culture through the arts The lights turn on, and the audience bursts into applause. People talk to the strangers next to them about the film they have just seen as they all quickly leave the theater to attend a spoken word event down the street. Something is always […]

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