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THIN LINE: Dons of Disco Faces the Music

“If something is a lie, it isn’t a question of fairness. It’s a question of truth.” James Arena, Author of Europe’s Stars of 80s Dance Pop It’s interesting that regardless of the time period or the topic, events of the past connect to things that still happen in the modern day. Whether it’s a…

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THIN LINE: The Must-See Music Performances

Every April, people travel to Denton to relish in Thin Line Fest’s musical entertainment, competitive photography and documentary films. If it’s your first year attending, it can be overwhelming to narrow down which performances you’d like to see. That’s where I come. So far, 18 bands are set to…

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Three reasons to fest at Thin Line this year

As you know, I’m a man of high taste. You’ve seen my dining recommendations, and if you’re wise, you’ve taken my dating advice, too. But I’m reaching out with a different kind of advice today--the kind that will save you time and money, and bring you boundless opportunities for fun and discovery…

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Thin Line Film Fest 2018: It's a Wrap

Thin Line Fest wrapped up its 11th year this past Sunday night. What originated as Texas’ only all- documentary festival has morphed into a Film, Music and Photo festival that continues to push us toward other avenues where we can hear or see stories unfold. While the volunteers that brought Thin…

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THIN LINE: Sunrise Storyteller lifts up the soul

In a world of suffering and conflict, a Canadian teenager makes positivity her mission. In the documentary Sunrise Storyteller, Kasha Sequoia Slavner is not an ordinary teenager; in fact she's extraordinary. As a child living in a one-parent home, she learned the challenges of disadvantage. To…

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