Author: Lucinda Breeding

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Denton Community Theatre and Music Theatre of Denton voted late last year to merge their companies into a single nonprofit performing arts company in 2020. [Read More]
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For actors Anthony Ortega, Jonathan Martin and Amanda Hart Bassett, Ragtime tells a 1900s story that still makes sense in 2019. [Read More]
Saturday, Oct. 6... [Read More]
Digital might be king right now, but cursive is making a comeback. [Read More]
Tags: Cursive - Love - Digital
The specter of Alzheimer's disease is a fearsome one. It's a form of dementia that erases a person from their own life while incapacitating them. [Read More]
Tyrone Geter's subjects are women of color. [Read More]
Usually, when pet owners freak out and run the streets calling for an animal who is right there in the house, the pet in question... [Read More]
May-December romances are hardly novel in movies, television or even the stage. When the male love interest is silver at the temples and the female... [Read More]
Denton writer Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam launched an exhibit of art and creative writing seven years ago to sidestep a project she was dreading. [Read More]
By Friday evening, more than 3,500 people had viewed an online video promoting GracePointe Church's upcoming sermon series. [Read More]
Professor Elizabeth McNutt considers the work of Sounds Modern a musical adventure. [Read More]
Get ready for the shiny machines. [Read More]
A local couple decided they couldn't wait for another affordable performance venue to open in Denton. [Read More]
A local massage therapy business donated $2,500 to Explorium Denton, a children's museum opening soon at Stonehill Center on Interstate 35. [Read More]
When Charles Rives takes up the baton at the Denton Bach Society's October concert, he won't lead the choir and players through a baroque program. [Read More]
Andy's Bar & Grill has plans for National Waffle Day on Friday. [Read More]
Arizona (3.5 stars) Danny McBride is involved in so many different projects that it's hard to keep up with everything he does. I can tell... [Read More]
Teresa Marquez and Kayla Oretgo have stood exactly where Lia Wiese, Annagail McGuire and Graciela Valenzuela stood on Monday night. [Read More]
Some come to watch the bulls and broncos buck in a fury. [Read More]
Billy McLaughlin figures his long relationship with the acoustic guitar might have been inevitable. [Read More]
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