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11 Denton Dates that Won't Break the Bank

Whether you live here or are visiting from the DFW metroplex, experiencing a romantic weekend in Denton doesn't have to break the bank. Here are some inexpensive ways to spend some quality time with your significant other and staying on budget is sweet and easy if you know where to go. Here are 11…

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Gather Around for a Denton Thanksgiving

From the stuffing, to the sides, the desserts and the pies… Sorry, I’ve had Ritchy Flo’s brilliant Turkey Roll Bicycle Rally ditty stuck in my head for a few weeks. All it’s done is make me hungry, and finally, the big day is here! But are you scrambling last minute to come up with a dinner (or…

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Get in the Zone to plan your perfect #Dentoning event

What does a convention, a reunion and a birthday party have in common? These are all examples of gatherings one can plan during the annual Planner’s Zone! This year’s expo is set for Oct. 31 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center and promises to be a spookily good time! This annual…

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THIN LINE: Picture Perfect

My first time in Denton, I was enraptured by something magisterial, epic and downright artful: The garlic parm fries at LSA. But shortly after that, I took a jaunt down to the Square. Once there, I explored the ins, outs, nooks and crannies of downtown Denton, a place I would soon call home. I took…

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THIN LINE: Kifaru showcases livelihoods of rhino caretakers

“For future generations, we must never forget what extinction looks like.” - Jojo, rhino caretaker at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy The world is a wide and wild place filled all kinds of languages, cultures, and ways of life. Yet some things are universal, and sympathy is one of them. Filmmaker David…

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THIN LINE: This Mountain Life Finds Beauty Through Strife

This Mountain Life opens with a shot of Simon Beck standing on the face of a silent, snowy mountain. Beck walks slowly, methodically, across the snow, explaining that he never uses GPS when traversing mountains—only his sense of direction and orienteering skills. It’s not immediately clear what Beck…

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