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Tesa Morin

Tesa Morin is an area artist-vegan-family woman. She moved to Denton from West Texas years ago to be a graduate student of art at UNT and decided to stay! Her community activities include member of the Board of Trustees at Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, past board member of Odysseus Chamber Orchestra, and promoter of all things vegan in Denton via www.dentonvegan.com. To see her art, visit www.tesamorin.com.


The Chestnut Tree Expands Vegan Menu

Visitors and Dentonites have been enjoying the tearoom experience at The Chestnut Tree for years.  Until now, the only vegan item on the menu was the Farmer’s Salad, which was good enough to keep us coming back regularly.  But now, holy cow!  The Chestnut Tree has been making a transition to offering more vegan items, […]

Published on: Mon, Jul 13, 2015

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

Thin Line: Gifted

I don’t know about you, but I so enjoy a healthy dose of feel-good documentaries.  They uplift and inspire the viewer, giving us cause to continue our work in the world.  Thank you, Thin Line, for bringing us Gifted. Clearly, I am not a bodybuilder.  I chose to review this film because of my young son’s […]

Published on: Wed, Feb 18, 2015

Thin Line: Poverty, Inc.

As the credits roll for Poverty, Inc., I just stare at the screen, stunned. I know this feeling. I’ve been here before. Have you ever seen a documentary that makes you really dive into your belief system? I have.  It was at Thin Line 2011 when we saw The Cove. At the time, my family had slowly […]

Published on: Thu, Feb 12, 2015

Thin Line: Consider the Ant and TELOS

Are you concerned about your environmental impact?  Do you dream of making positive environmental change in the world?  Personally, I can answer an emphatic YES to both of these questions.  This is why I greatly enjoy the pairing of Consider the Ant and TELOS: The Fantastic World of Eugene Tssui. For a good dose of environmental guilt, look no further […]

Published on: Mon, Feb 09, 2015