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Dallas to host Turtle Creek Arts and Crafts Festival

The annual Turtle Creek Arts and Crafts Festival is making its way back to the Dallas-Fort Worth area This festival, which was originally established as a fall festival in 2017, will be held in the Dallas metro area in Reverchon Park. This is one of the largest and most enthusiastic art buying areas in the metroplex. The

Apple to release new products

Today, Apple is one of the top brands when it comes to technology. According to the, Apple was ranked number two in 2018, putting the brand value at $146.3 billion. What started as two friends, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, building boxes that allowed people to make long distance phone calls at no cost

“Afrofuturism” artist M. Willams comes to TWU Denton campus

Black History Month in Dallas is teeming with celebrations of black culture, expressive art, and remembrance of history. The Texas Woman’s University Art Gallery is putting on several shows featuring works by Kathleen Collins, Michelle Gibson, T Vasquez, and Montoya Williams. These artists have captured their experiences through mediums like

TWU to take students on a trip to the Mavs game

Calling all current TWU students, faculty, and staff: if you are a lover of basketball, TWU Student Life is offering a trip to the Dallas Mavericks game Friday, Feb. 8 against the Milwaukee Bucks. For $10 a ticket, TWU will offer a shuttle to the game from campus and court-side seats for the pregame

Rock it at “Girl’s Night”

Come to the Fitness and Recreation Center for “Girl’s Night” April 3r, and bring a trustworthy friend to learn the basics of rock wall climbing. Climbing wall supervisor Jamie Esparza will be walking the attendees through rope and wall techniques at a beginner level, but all level climbers are welcome

Stay committed

Entering into the new year, many people have grown accustomed to creating a “New Year’s Resolution.” According to, the top two resolutions of 2019 are to eat healthier and to exercise more. Fitness and health are something many people strive to attain. However, staying consistent seems to be the biggest struggle. Out

Brighten up Christmas with holiday lights

Now that it is objectively acceptable to celebrate all things Christmas, here is the down-low on where to go to see the best lights in town. For northeastern TWU students at the Dallas and Denton campuses, free holiday fun is easy to come by in the DFW area. A few of

Experience Little Elm

Denton is home to many students at Texas Woman’s University, but some students may have the desire to venture outside of the city. Little Elm, a city just 30 minutes outside of Denton, is giving students a chance to explore the world around Denton without breaking their wallets by hosting

Greater Denton Arts Council showing Tyrone Geter’s work

The Greater Denton Arts Council is currently showing a South Carolina artist’s work in exhibition “I Come As One, But Stand As 10,000.” Inspired by his mother and the hardships women of color face, artist Tyrone Geter celebrates them and their stories, often times with just charcoal and ripped paper. “When

It’s time to get spooky

October is the month when haunted houses open up and bring in hundreds of people wanting to get spooked, and The Lasso is here to help students find the best boos for their buck. To start off on the spookiest foot, Cutting Edge Haunted House is one of the best. The

Drag at Thriller Drag Queen Bingo

Raising an eyebrow solely with its title, the Denton Thriller Drag Queen Bingo Show is fast approaching. At Crossroads, guests will get the chance to play bingo, but it’s not the normal bingo game. This event is beyond normal. This bingo game is said to be “the most fabulous, outlandish and

Facts and fun collide on Denton trivia night

Beat the back-to-the-grind slump with Denton trivia nights. Every Monday is trivia night at Armadillo Ale Works and Denton County Brewing Company. Monday, Oct. 8, Geeks Who Drink will host in-house trivia from 8- 10 p.m. at Amarillo Ale Works on S. Bell Avenue. Trivia night at Denton County Brewing

Pick your pumpkin patch

            It is finally the time to whip out a camera and pick out a pumpkin, but first, a quick run-down on some of the best pumpkin patches around. Prioritize before reading, because each pumpkin patch has its own perks. The Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch – Flower Mound, TX             The first

Celebrate October

With the month of October just beginning, it is time to pull out your fall decorations and start planning your Halloween costume. The leaves will soon start to change colors, and the weather will finally begin to cool down. October is the perfect month for watching scary movies, carving pumpkins

Fall into Autumn with the Denton Farmer’s Market

To welcome the new season that is just around the corner, the Denton Community Market is holding a variety of fall events and fundraisers during the month of September. From April through November, the Denton Community Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. According to their website, the Community

What’s happening, Denton?

To be heard in the upcoming election, head up to Harvest House on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. to have a drink and write postcards for Andrew Morris, who is running for Texas House District 64. Art supplies will be provided. Check out the event on Facebook here. Also, beginning