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I heart Denton by Sarah T Page

Thu

May 19

2016

The Packing Dilemma: how to travel light

Meet the world’s worst packer: me. I have serious commitment issues when it comes to choosing what I might maybe potentially possibly want to wear three days from now and God forbid there’s a major weather change and I’m not prepared for rain, cold, hot, windy or snowy days. It’s too much pressure! This last weekend, […]

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Thu

May 05

2016

Denton music scene gives off a ‘peaceful easy feeling’

I have this vivid memory from my childhood. My mom had this really old Datsun hatchback. It was painted in just primer. The AC didn’t work and there was a hole in the floorboard of the back seat, passenger side. If you lifted up the floor mat, you could see pavement whizzing by underneath the […]

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Mon

Mar 28

2016

11 Denton Dates that Won’t Break the Bank

I’m not a huge fan of dating. Never really have been. Dating is hard and awkward. You meet, you flirt, you make plans and then you potentially empty out your savings account trying to decide, dinner after dinner, if you’ve met your match. The truth is, no one can make your dates any less awkward. […]

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Oak Street Draft House & Cocktail Parlor

Tue

Mar 22

2016

5 Reasons You Really Shouldn’t Miss the Denton Social Run on Wednesdays

I’m not much of a runner. I mean, not the outside, on the street kind of running. I do, however enjoy any kind of exercise that involves social interaction and ends with a cold, frothy pint of Texas brew. Until recently, my main motivation for even going to the gym was to gossip with my […]

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Wed

Feb 10

2016

Thin Line: Radio Orson

I’m reminded of Little Orphan Annie. Not literally, because I wasn’t alive when it was one of most popular radio programs for kids. In fact, I don’t really even have a reference to it other than Ralphie from “A Christmas Story.” Old Ralphie is remembering his childhood, around 1940, when he would sit by the […]

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Mon

Feb 08

2016

Thin Line: Re-Kill shows one method of zombie apocalypse survival

Move over, Vampires! Zombies are the new “it” monsters. At this point, most people are referring to the end of days as the zombie apocalypse. Of course, I don’t think most of us actually believe that there is a virus that can bring the dead back to life as flesh-eating psychos that can pass said […]

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Wed

Feb 03

2016

Thin Line: Voyagers Without Trace is ’emotional and genuine’ look at story of French kayakers

Excuse me while I gush. I am in love. Completely obsessed with Voyagers Without Trace. I have been thinking about it non-stop since watching and I catch myself daydreaming, smiling and even crying when coming out of my reverie. It is beautiful. I wish I could think of a better word, but I just can’t. […]

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Wed

Feb 03

2016

Thin Line: The Festifull Summer is a memoir to summer of music festivals

Summer of 1969. Over half a million music fans flock to Bethel, NY to listen to now legendary artists like Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and The Grateful Dead. Did they know that the event they were attending, Woodstock, would be a historic event? Did they know that those 3 days would have such an impact […]

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Tue

Jan 26

2016

DBFF: Alma shows viewers guilt that emanates from domestic violence

By Jen Miller In the end, we would remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. – Martin Luther King Jr. What if… A question we have all asked ourselves at some point in our lives. What if I hadn’t moved away from Dallas? What if I’d not been texting behind […]

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Fri

Feb 20

2015

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 […]

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