Posts Tagged ‘denton’
Brenna Schraufnagel’s “Mint Couch”


Fort Worth Weekly
While Fort Worth is sweeping up after Spring Gallery Night last week, Denton is holding its First Friday art walk, which includes a juried show at UNT on the Square of works done by graduate and undergraduate students. The open...


Do 35 Denton

Not only because it’s part of my job but because, y’know, I kinda like music, I listen to a lot of college radio: Pitchfork Radio, Spotify, Pandora, Slacker, KXT (in the car). And while I can’t go to as many shows (tourin...

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History plays Humpback Whales in its IMAX theater.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 11 - Old warhorses and new music alike will be spotlighted at UNT’s Concerto Concert, featuring the music department’s brightest soloists. They’ll be performing arias by Stravinsky and Donizetti, as well as works by P...

Valerie Arnett of Junker Val's

Repubs to the Rescue

Poor gas drillers. All they want to do is drill miles underground to extract natural gas, inject a little dirty wastewater into the ground, smear chemical-laden drilling mud all over the landscape, destroy roads, emit a few lou...


Believe What We Tell You, Not What You See

Static was pretty impressed when Denton decided to ban hydraulic gas fracking within its city limits in early November. Naturally, the gas industry is all verklempt and fighting the ban. Two lawsuits have been filed thus far, o...


Denton Voters Do What Mike Moncrief Said Couldn’t Be Done

Jeff Prince
Former Mayor Mike Moncrief told Fort Worth residents a decade ago that natural gas drillers would sue any city attempting to ban the hydraulic fracturing process. Moncrief’s near manic support of gas drilling seemed weird...


Big Oil Slapped Fort Worth Silly But Denton Says Put ‘Em Up

Jeff Prince
Remember when natural gas drillers flooded into Fort Worth and relied on oil-rich Mayor Mike Moncrief to push through an industry-pleasing ordinance that put most of the power in the hands of drillers at the expense of resident...

Silk and lace wedding gown, 1874


Denton's Center for the Visual Arts
It’s unusual to have a gallery opening event in the morning, but then American Brides is no ordinary show. The exhibit at Denton’s Center for the Visual Arts traces the history of American wedding dresses dating back to the...

Diane Williams’ “untitled”


UNT on the Square
It’s not often that gallery openings happen on a Monday, but that’s when UNT on the Square is unveiling its photography show devoted to Diane Williams’ works. The gallery’s other show about horse country has its opening...


Cracks in the Frack Wall

If it’s a blessing to live in interesting times, those of us affected by the fracking debate — that is, all Texans — are well and truly blessed right about now. Within the past month, North Texas has seen: •petitions su...