Opening night was brisk, somewhere in the mid-40s, but if the chilly weather scared anyone away from showing up, you wouldn’t know it from the line that formed outside the Campus Theatre. The queue of people stretched down Hickory, turned on to Elm and came to an end near First People’s Jewelers. And that was […]
Susan Carol Davis comes back to her roots I’m banished to a brown, wooden booth with a big, black X on the top of each of my hands, still searching the room for her face. Just a few feet away, two bartenders are serving drinks to East Side’s Thursday evening crowd. “Where is she?” I […]
Storm chasing photographer Al Key brings his years of experience to Thin Line Fest More than anything else, photographer Al Key loves shooting lightning. And he would do anything to get a good shot, even if it means being struck by lightning. Back in the early 1980s, around midnight somewhere between Watauga and Haslet, Key […]
Local postman ready to show off hometown to state brethren “Do you want a frosty mug or plastic, Marvin?” Patrick Webb asks his guest. “Why, a frosty mug, of course,” answers Denton postman Marvin Ruyle. The jukebox against the wall was lit up, playing songs from the 1950’s. The place hasn’t changed much since Marvin […]
Join us for our new exhibition Ground Zero 360, featuring pictures and artifacts of first responders, as well as radio calls from that day and fragmented steel and granite from the World Trade Center. The photographs of Nicola McClean taken during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City will be displayed through July 14 (Saturday).
BASKETBALL DAY CAMP The Day Camp is designed for girls and boys entering kindergarten through 5th grade who will compete against players in their own age group. The camp will focus on the basic fundamentals of basketball – shooting, passing, ball handling, and defense. Campers will receive instruction through a variety of station drills, competitive contests, and scrimmages. Each camper needs to bring: court shoes, a water bottle, and lots of energy. Camp balls will be provided so please do not bring a personal basketball. Campers will receive a camp t-shirt and camp basketball. Campers are required to bring a lunch for the break Monday – Tuesday, June 18-19 8:30-9:00 am – Check In 9:00-12:00 pm – Session I 12:00-1:00 pm – Bring your own lunch break 1:00-3:00 pm – Session II 3:00-3:15 pm – Check Out
LIVE with the DRC is a radio show on DentonRadio.com! In this program, Jake Laughlin interviews with journalists from the Denton Record Chronicle to talk about events going on in the paper.
You can tune in LIVE or watch on the DentonRadio.com Facebook page every Monday at 2pm.
Not only can you read the articles they write, but also meet them through these interviews. From a sports writer to a features editor, one gets to hear from a variety of writers that make the Denton Record Chronicle a reminder of why you live here.
Bring your own material, or sit back and laugh with some of Denton’s funniest Local Comedians. Sign-up starts at 6:30, and is hosted weekly by the Local Class Clown Colton Jones! HAPPY HOUR All Day means 1/2 Price “By The Glass” Wines from 4:00-10:00!!
Get ready for the 2018 Denton Area Running Club Summer Series! This event is FREE and FAMILY FRIENDLY. Participate in 6 out of the 8 runs to receive a free t-shirt. All running levels welcome for a 5k/1 mile route.
Runs are on Mondays at 7:30 pm. See the schedule below for the complete list of runs.
Register online for each run that you plan to participate in so that we can count your attendance.
Schedule: June 11 – Southridge Recreation Center (pool party and cookout) June 18 – Northlakes Park June 25 – Idiot’s Hill neighborhood (Nette Schultz Park) July 2 – McMath Middle School July 9 – Unicorn Lake area (Meet at Beth Marie’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Soda Fountain) July 16 – Northlakes Park July 23 – Idiot’s Hill neighborhood (Nette Schultz Park) July 30 – Southridge Recreation Center (pool party and cookout)
Please plan accordingly for weather. Feel free to share this event with family and friends!
Mull it over for a minute. Look at the image; think about the words. What does it mean? What is it saying?
This is our brand. It conveys in a single image the essence of this place: Denton, Texas. Understanding our brand is the first step to understanding our vibe. And tuning to our vibe is the key to unlocking your own uniquely-customized, Denton-centric adventure.
The word original is a broad application. It’s more a description of spirit than physical attribute, though the spirit is manifested in the physical fabric of our city. The creative energy fueled by our universities, arts community, music industry, small business community, the North Texas Horse Country – it drives originality. Another example of our originality is our vibrant downtown. It’s the real thing, no faux about it. We hold fast to our history while progressively moving ahead. We hold originality in high regard.
Independent is more of the same spirit and springs from the same attributes as original. Consider our burgeoning music scene, for instance. Denton is known around the world for the music movement that’s been organically evolving here for many years. Interestingly, though, there is not a specific “Denton sound” that anyone can identify in a word. That is the result of original and independent. The sound is a combination of individual sounds where writers, musicians, poets and venues have their own messages, rhythms, tunes and atmospheres. Listeners get the entire breadth, as varied or not as they choose. And again, in the surrounding horse country, we have the most diverse equine population and disciplines in one area than anywhere else on Planet Earth. That’s independent, and it results in a lively, energetic culture.
The weathered appearance of the brand is quite intentional. Think about your favorite pair of jeans. They’re likely a bit worn-looking, because they are your favorite. They fit you perfectly, comfortably. And they wouldn’t fit anyone else in just the same way. Our brand says that’s how Denton fits too.
Denton is a place where people come to pursue their passions, and we’ve shared their dreams and journeys for more than 150 years. You’ll see it in our year-round festivals, museums, galleries and shops. You’ll taste it in the delectable art of local chefs and unique dining. You’ll feel it in our vibe.
Welcome to Denton. Now get ready for something different, an experience no other has had before, because this one is yours: Original. Independent.
Guests in Denton, like the 128,000 people who choose to live here, have something quite definitive in common: we all seek uniquely customized, Denton-centric adventures in our internationally acclaimed way-cool vibe. We call this vibe original, independent.
Original is a spirit manifested in the physical fabric of our city. It is creative energy fueled for the past 125 years by our universities, arts community, music industry, business community, the North Texas Horse Country and our vibrant, no-faux-about-it downtown square. We hold originality in high regard.