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Trains important to Denton's past, present and future

Their song began long ago. In fact, their tune was first, before a single Denton band you can name. It was before UNT’s jazz school and its evolution into one of the most prestigious music schools in the world. It’s a tune almost as old as our city, a sound as much a part of the fabric of Denton…

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Welcome Center Opens for Arts & Jazz Fest

Beginning tomorrow, Quakertown Park will be a-buzz. Stages and vendor tents will go up. Fencing, signs, tables and chairs will be placed. Grills will heat up. Seasoned fest-preppers will stake their picnic spreads. It’s all preparation for one of Denton’s biggest weekends of the year when an…

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HuffPost Shout Out to Denton's Indie Spririt

The A-train pulls into the station right on time. It is late afternoon. Waiting passengers gather their gear while bags, backpacks, briefcases, and even a bicycle emerge from the sleek light rail cars from points south. Some 2,000 people garbed in everything from suits to hoodies are to and from…

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