Weldon Burgoon ran a western wear and saddle shop in downtown Denton for more than six decades before closing up shop in January. Now the cowboy is the subject of a short documentary.
In Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth, Paul Slavens is a musical institution and a disc jokey with an ear for the odd and lovely. But before he was a fixture in North Texas, he was the son of an Iowa farming family.
Denton Record-Chronicle film critic Preston Barta sat down for an interview with Dax Shepard and Michael Pena, who bring 'Ponch' and John of 'CHIPS' to life on the big screen.
Autism activist to speak at joint event in Dallas.
Pamela Mia Paul didn’t travel the world for six weeks to listen to some of the most ambitious pianists in the world as if she were a computer picking over data. The University of North Texas Regents Professor of Music listened like a person ready to fall in love.
The Angelus, a band native to Denton, dropped its third album back in January. The group performs a rare show at 9 p.m. on Friday, March 24 at Dan's Silverleaf.
Chamber orchestra highlights dance, music in 'Transfigured Night.'
Studios plan to release a bonanza of films for the remainder of the spring. The season promises a few meaty movies meant to pull in serious audiences, but parents and grandparents also have a menu of movies to choose from to keep the little ones entertained from now through May.
Who likes free money? Artists and arts nonprofits can register for community arts grants and microgrants through the Greater Denton Arts Council. Nonprofits can get up to $5,000 through the council's community arts grants, and artists can get as much as $500 through the council's microgrant program.
Just a few months after organizers staged the first Denton Comedy Festival last July, the festival's staff announced a reorganization. Volunteers Joe Coffee and Dan Danzy, both of whom are working comedians in Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth, announced they would take over booking talent and marketing for the 2017 festival, and that festival founder and director R.J. Avery would tend to the business side of the event.
The University of North Texas College of Music's Center Piano Trio will perform a free concert later this month as part of the Lewisville Lake Symphony's International Chamber Series. The performance is set for 7:30 p.m. March 17 at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 5500 Morris Road in Flower Mound.
Operators of summer camps and other child-centered summer programs in Denton County.
As we've seen lately, it isn't easy to pull off a superhero movie that warrants its existence, simply because so many are being produced at breakneck pace. Filmmakers struggle with a whole host of issues when adapting comic book characters for the big screen in authentic fashion, particularly when the idea behind the film is to make it dark, gritty and relatable.