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Scott Campbell

Scott Campbell is a long time resident of Denton, with family roots in the City going back to the 1930s. Scott attended local schools from first grade through UNT and has a passion for all things Denton. He is the coiner of the phrase, and the face behind, “Dentoning”. In addition to Denton, Scott has lived in Colorado, Alaska and Florida…..but Denton is home. Follow Scott on


Thin Line: Busking Turf Wars shows hardships of improv buskers

Let’s start this with two definitions: busk [buhsk] 1. Chiefly British. to entertain by dancing, singing, or reciting on the street or in a public place. documentary [dok-yuh-men-tuh-ree, -tree] 1. Movies, television. Based on or re-creating an actual event, era, life story, etc., that purports to be factually accurate and contains no fictional elements. Busking Turf Wars is […]

Published on: Tue, Feb 09, 2016

Thin Line: The Jones Family will get you out of your seat

First, see The Jones Family Will Make a Way, if for nothing else for the music. I first watched it on my iPad. I can’t wait to see it on the big screen! It’s a whole bunch of Gospel shake, rattle and roll. I have always loved the Gospel Tent at JazzFest in New Orleans. This is […]

Published on: Mon, Feb 08, 2016

Thin Line: Where We Stand shows efforts of LDS feminists

Where We Stand provides a fascinating look into part of a culture of which we rarely get a glimpse: The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints (LDS). Abby Hansen is a young mother and wife in a devout LDS family and community. Abby grew up within the teachings and doctrine of the church, […]

Published on: Tue, Feb 02, 2016

Thin Line: Written On Water illustrates current Ogallala groundwater struggle

Written On Water is a somewhat bleak look at the global depletion of ground water through the eyes of generational farmers on the Ogallala Aquifer of the high plains of Texas. The Ogallala Aquifer runs from Nebraska to the southern reaches of West Texas. While the subject is bleak, the landscape of the film is […]

Published on: Mon, Feb 01, 2016

The roots of “Geezerpalooza”/Industrial Street Pop Festival

Denton IS music and the musical roots run deep. Much of that has to do with world-renowned music school at what was NTSU…now UNT. The alumni who passed through that school and either remained in Denton or moved on to other things (notice, I DID NOT say “bigger and better”) are numerous and varied. Other […]

Published on: Wed, Sep 16, 2015