Denton Live Issue:
Featured, Jan-June 2019

Humble beginnings, handmade goods

Celebrate the Denton Community Market’s 10th anniversary Live music fills the air as people pass by tables of locally-made goods. Handmade jewelry glistens in the sun and fresh produce is arranged in piles on a table. The green lawn on West Mulberry Street is full of Saturday morning activity as vendors exchange smiles and small […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Featured, Jan-June 2019

Keeping Denton Musical

A lawn of double basses, ukulele classes, Twilight Tunes and more mark first Denton Make Music Day No matter the time of day, you can catch buskers playing solo on the sidewalk (toss a dollar or three into their instrument cases), join the jam session on Saturday mornings on the Square; or have a glass […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2019

Thin Line Fest

If you’re looking for a brilliant, diverse, multi-platform fest, you no longer have to trek down 35 — or break the bank. Thin Line Festival comes courtesy of a handful of talented Dentonites and UNT alums, and it’s completely free. Dates: April 10-14, 2019 Place: Downtown Denton Tickets: Free general admission VIP packages available Features: […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2019

Cue Music

Arts & Jazz Gives the People What they Want for 39th Year Grab your friends, your hippest clothes and your coziest dancing shoes for the jazziest fest around. The 39th-annual Denton Arts & Jazz Festival will take place Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28 at Quakertown Park. The entertainment includes 3,000 musicians, artists and […]

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Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2018

Take Home or Make Your Own Piece of Denton

The walls are filled with bright and colorful artwork. Each piece is a physical representation of the talent many Dentonites possess. Owner Robin Huttash opened A Creative Art Studio to inspire support for local art and in turn, the artistic hub brought Denton’s creativity to life. The gallery features affordable artwork from 45 local artists. […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2018

The Short List

“Sometimes, I just sit and watch people enjoying the festival.” Carol Short walks around the brightly lit office of the Denton Festival Foundation, recalling her favorite musical acts from the annual Denton Arts and Jazz Festival by peering at the patchwork of colorful posters that adorn the walls, jogging her memory of 38 years of […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2018

‘If I could survive that’…

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 […]

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Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2017

A mix of fall

Denton goes all out for Halloween celebration Coffins careen down Hickory Street, probably the only time they were in a rush to get to their destination. Ghosties, ghoulies and puppets walk the streets with lanterns, accompanied by musicians. And a spookily funny band of misfits share poetry and song, taking you back to a time […]

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Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2017

From Highways to Hues

Aislynn Mossman has competed in every Chalk Fest since she was 15, but last year, she took a risk. In a race against the clock, she decided to change her design at the last minute. Just a few hours before the competition was supposed to begin, Aislynn stayed up late into the night, sketching a […]

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Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2017

Where Music Meets Technology

DentonRadio.com DJ Kind Beats creates his tunes with the help of his computer “Hey, want to go to a show with me?” This is what we did when I was a kid. Video games existed, but not like they do now. No YouTube, no Netflix. You had to rent a VHS and if you didn’t […]

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