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UNT College of Music prepares for yearly music business contest
The annual music entrepreneurship contest at UNT rewards business-minded music students with cash.
State storytelling fest to run March 8-11 at Civic Center
Rockin' Rodeo announces April closure due to pending property sale
Local musician to celebrate St. Patty's with 'Limericks and Lamentations'
Ready for St. Patty's? Get an early start with 'Limericks & Lamentations.'
Women in Latin music are poised for a breakthrough — is their industry ready for them?
The Latin music industry — which usually refers to Spanish-language music made and sold in the United States and Latin America — is a notoriously patriarchal machine, exacerbated by widespread machismo entrenched in many Latin cultures. And although some of the most important Latin music icons have been women — Chavela Vargas, Celia Cruz and Mercedes Sosa, just to name a few — the industry has been a particularly unfriendly arena for emerging female artists.
'Street' art: Eaton champions Weill's signature American opera
For director Jonathan Eaton, Kurt Weill's "Street Scene" is a tribute to a nation of immigrants.
Calendar: March 15-21
Arts council to present event celebrating women's voices, talent
MTD opens Webber's 'Evita' this week
Music Theatre of Denton openings its staging of Time Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Evita' on Friday.
We're Denton Dammit - February 15, 2018
We checked out the new paid parking lot in downtown Denton last week. During the day, the 120 spots owned by Jack Bell were mostly vacant.
We're Denton Dammit - March 15, 2018
We're Denton Dammit - March 8, 2018
First Christian Church to have bluegrass gospel worship
First Christian Church will host a bluegrass gospel worship service on Sunday.