Tell us about your summer programs for kids in Denton
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‘The Unicorn’ a rare rom-com with a point
'The Unicorn' turns the average romantic comedy on it's ear.
‘Never Goin’ Back’ a love letter for teen rebellion and growth
City economic development takes over as liaison to public art committee
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Former 'Saturday Night Live' comic Sasheer Zamata to headline Dallas Comedy Festival
Bach Society announces young contest winners
UNT College of Music prepares for yearly music business contest
Benefit League prepares for annual charity ball
African Violet Society to host annual event
'Death of Stalin' takes aim at Soviet succession follies
'Death of Stalin' makes light of power plays after a dictator falls.
Character camouflage helps Hauser find quirks of infamy
Actor Paul Walter Hauser marinated in footage of Shawn Eckhardt to prepare for "I, Tonya."
Film review: ‘Upgrade’ a sci-fi that’s not too far off
Film review: ‘Eighth Grade’ will take you back to school
Victim killed in Austin bombing was accepted into UNT music program
Draylen Mason, a 17-year-old Austin resident, had just been accepted into the University of North Texas College of Music. On Monday, his was the second life claimed by package bombings in the capital city.
Arts council to present event celebrating women's voices, talent
For Women's History Month, the arts council shines a light on local women in film and in visual and performing arts.
Ponder High booster club theft suspect gets probation, ordered to pay back funds after pleading guilty
Blotter: Two men arrested in southwest Denton County after police say 85 pounds of pot found in vehicle
Tales weave through Denton at 33rd annual storytelling festival
There were stories of spirituality, audience participation and a good amount of singing — and, of course, it was Sunday morning.