There was no shortage of shade thrown at the Denton Music Town Hall meeting on Monday night. But Gitmo Music CEO Keldrick Scott threw shade with the skill of an Olympic athlete in his succinct introduction.
Louisa Solomon admits it. Brooklyn quartet the Shondes is about to drop the first record that she’d describe as light. Seven albums into the band’s 10-year tenure, Solomon has no problem saying that she’s married, pregnant and happy. And that it shows on the upcoming record, Brighton, due out Sept. 16. The quartet returns to Denton for a 9 p.m. show Monday at Dan’s Silverleaf.
Linda and Don Deckard have never won a Yard of the Month prize from Keep Denton Beautiful. That doesn’t stop neighbors, cyclists, walkers and joggers from stopping in front of the Deckards’ house to marvel at the lush front yard, with its native plants and flowers exploding under birdhouses and around a small water fountain.
It’s not just Texas businesses that hope to attract customers by being a Pokestop for the wildly popular Pokemon Go mobile game. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is using state parks and sites to get Pokemon Go players to hike through scenic parts of the state in hopes of catching them all.
High star ratings such as those handed out to this film and Pete’s Dragon are not handed out lightly, unless the films really kick up the dust. It just so happens to be an exceptionally strong weekend at the movies, and Hell or High Water is certainly film worth dancing over.
Barely a year ago, Warner Bros. unveiled the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the duel of the century that was supposed to kickstart DC Comics’ drive toward critical and box office success. But as many fans witnessed back in March, the brawl of Bats and Supes backfired and left little hope for a shining DC future.