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Denton’s Tony Ferraro Wants to Birth Musical Earworms

11 days ago by Simone Carter
Tony Ferraro never stops. The prolific Denton-based musician delivers art at a dizzying pace, with a self-set goal to release between one and three records a year — either solo or as a contributor. And not even two weeks into 2020, he’s already announced the latest record to land in...

Demon in Denton Seeks Funds for Toy Walk

2 months ago by Christian McPhate
On the night before St. Nick’s Day, on Thursday, a 7-foot-tall demonic Santa Claus will appear on the streets near downtown Denton, not to wreak havoc but to give toys to children who appear in his path on the Krampus Walk. Two days later, he’ll be at Wit’s End in...

Denton Venue Backyard on Bell Closes Unexpectedly

2 months ago by Diamond Rodrigue
Backyard on Bell shuttered unexpectedly Tuesday, leaving many concertgoers of the beloved Denton music venue and bar taking to social media with speculations over why. Owner Scott Bonfield confirmed to the Observer that the venue closed for good, but declined to elaborate because of legal reasons. "We're just calling it...

Howling Mutt, Denton’s New Nanobrewery, Is a Welcome Blast from a Humble Past

3 months ago by Kelly Dearmore
It wasn’t that long ago when trying a local craft beer most likely meant having to personally visit a local brewery. As recently as 2012, beer coolers in North Texas grocery stores might’ve had some Rahr & Sons choices available, but that was about it, really. And even more to...

Denton’s Regina Bugarin Is Changing the DIY Music Scene for Marginalized Communities

4 months ago by Tori Falcon
Regina Bugarin has become something of a household name in Denton's music scene. At just 24, she is one of the most celebrated and active bookers in town, and there’s a reason people have lauded her work and practices. Bugarin has been booking shows in the college town since 2017,...

Denton Artist Andrea Christensen Turns Death into Art

6 months ago by Christian McPhate
At a distance, he looks like an old homeless man with a cyborg’s eye and in desperate need of a cane. His spine protrudes down his back like Godzilla’s back spikes. His antlers cast shadows on the ground. Hunched over, he forever reaches for something that only he can see...

Anarchists Are Gathering in Denton This Weekend to Debunk Stigmas

6 months ago by Taylor Adams
Organizers of a Denton event hope to see anarchists flock to their city this weekend. Their goal isn't to protest, but to invite others to learn about their cause. “We want to bring the radical community in North Texas, and/or regionally, closer together. And (with) the local community, we want...

These North Texas Cities’ Historic Downtowns Will Break Your January Slump

3 days ago by Alie Dinger
Though Dallas is distinctly Texan (and proud of it), its fast-paced city atmosphere often overpowers its simpler Texan roots. But outside the city center, many North Texas suburbs have held onto their historic downtowns and haven’t let them lose their magic. Each one has a little something for everyone: They...

Denton’s Razorbumps to Play Coachella 2019

1 year ago by Garrett Gravley
On Wednesday night, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival unveiled its 2019 lineup, which includes headlining sets from Ariana Grande, Tame Impala and Childish Gambino. There are plenty of other big names on the lineup, including Janelle Monae, Kid Cudi, Aphex Twin, Kacey Musgraves, Anderson .Paak, Pusha T and...

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