Charcoal briquettes or fresh tank of propane? Check. Platter of pretty cuts of meat? Check. Ice cold beer, lemonade and citronella candles? Check, check and check.
Tonight, Denton Western swing and folk duo Bonnie and Nick Norris will perform the final concert of this year’s Twilight Tunes concert series. The series, in its 23rd season, presents free weekly concerts in May and June, sponsored by local businesses. Tonight’s family-friendly concert is from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the Locust Street side of the Courthouse on the Square lawn, at 110 W. Hickory St.
Any project with Steven Spielberg’s name attached to it is bound to get some attention. The BFG may be one of his biggest films yet. Not only is it considered one of the most significant works from famed children’s author Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), but it also marks Spielberg’s reunion with E.T. screenwriter Melissa Mathison (who died shortly after production wrapped) and the director’s latest collaborative effort with Mark Rylance, now an Academy Award winner for Bridge of Spies.
When asked if Pixar’s summer blockbuster, Finding Dory, had brought people to Denton’s Fish n’ Chirps Pet Center looking for a certain blue fish, owner Mark Schneider hunched his shoulders and looked at the ceiling.
The Abbey Underground will host a Cosplay Cocktail Party and Fandom Dinner starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, running all the way till closing time.
Callie Dee plans to celebrate her birthday doing what she does best: organizing a show featuring North Texas hip-hop.
The Vince Lujan Project takes a page from Stevie Ray Vaughan’s book — making rocking blues (or is it bluesy rock?) and laying on the brass and rhythm thick.
The Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra will hold a free Fourth of July concert at 7 p.m. July 2 and 3 at Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church, 6101 Morriss Road in Flower Mound.The concert will include...
Kelly Sanders said she hadn’t heard the news when she drove by Denton’s only gay bar, Mable Peabody’s Beauty Parlor & Chainsaw Repair, and saw a bouquet of flowers out in front of the club’s locked doors. It was early in the day on Sunday, hours before the bar opened.
Dammit, Denton. Yes, the Denton Noon Kiwanis Club is, in fact, hosting the annual Fourth of July fireworks display at Apogee Stadium. Even with the I-35E construction around the stadium. How could you think the Kiwanis Club would let us down? So get this on your calendar: 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 4.
Denton’s downtown assisted-fitness center Seniors in Motion will help raise money for the national Alzheimer’s Association fundraising event, “The Longest Day.”
The Lowdown wants you to get your groove on. At today’s Twilight Tunes concert, the Denton band will play soul, funk and rock for all ages on the downtown Square. The quartet is prepped to play live sets and means to get audiences dancing — or relaxing — to their rhythm-heavy sounds.