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For Which It Stands: Denton’s 9-11 Memorial

Thomas J. Ashton. Albert Conde. Diane Lipari. Kevin Williams. Tawana Griffin Johnson. Guy Barzvi. Clara Hinds. These and hundreds more were names and faces plastered across New York City on chain-link fences, in subways, at bus stops and in hospitals in the days following September 11, 2001. They…

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Finding warmth in the woods

On a cold, wet and windy night, the confines of UNT on the Square present a welcoming warmth for its residents. But simple shelter from the weather is not the function it should be most appreciated for. It's the nights, such as during the Denton Black Film Festival, when those who find their way…

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DBFF – A Cultural Awakening

With two film festivals on our near horizon, it is movie season in Denton. When Tim and I watch a movie, we see different things happening on the screen. He notices detail within each scene, frame by frame. I merely see a story, focusing on the characters. He notices nuances like cars racing down a…

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Find Your Kwest

There are times technology’s take-over of the world is overwhelming. Other times, its allure makes sense, because it is fun. Last Wednesday was one of those times. Omeed Shams and Andrew Brown, co-owners of Kwest Introducing Kwest. Andrew Brown and Omeed Shams are young entrepreneurs who selected…

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