Film review: ‘12 Strong’ earns its stripes
Nicolai Fuglsig's "12 Strong" both pays proper tribute to real-life heroes and supplies audiences with a fully realized narrative that’s stocked with resonant characters and valuable lessons about humanity.
‘Blade Runner 2049’ will be remembered long after its titular year
Usually, reboots pack to much baggage into the new property. In 'Blade Runner 2049, we watch as Ryan Gosling's 'K' follow bread crumbs in an eloquent mystery.
Indelible ink: Local artist joins cast of reality show to test tattoo chops
Calendar: Jan. 18-24
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Personal narratives collide in theater's staging of 'Cities'
Arts society to open 12th annual regional exhibit
Local tattoo artist to compete on season 10 of 'Ink Master'
Local musicians to celebrate missing drummer's birthday
2018 Denton Black Film Festival schedule
Anshel Brusilow, former DSO conductor and head of orchestra programs at UNT and SMU, has died
Anshel Brusilow, who served as music director and executive director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in the early 1970s, and subsequently headed orchestra programs at the University of North Texas and Southern Methodist University, died at his home Monday. He had been battling cancer for several years and was 89.
Calendar: Jan. 11-17
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'Black Cop' to probe race, policing at black film festival
The Denton Black Film Festival delves into race and policing with a screening of the feature film "Black Cop."
Timely 'Post': Spielberg chronicles riveting story for the Trump era
'The Post' opens at a time when government and media tensions are especially acute.
Donations made in memory of loved ones to the Denton Public Library.