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ON THE COVER ATRIUM Jenny (Polly Maynard Watson) coaches Barbara (Sharon Barnhill) through a tongue twister in ‘Atrium.’ (Photo by Lucinda Breeding) Story on Page 9

FIND IT INSIDE MUSIC Concerts and nightclub schedules. Page 4

MOVIES Reviews and summaries. Page 7

DINING Restaurant listings. Page 10


A red, white and blue roadside trash can that the Texas Department of Transportation used for the “Don't Mess With Texas” anti-litter campaign last year is shown.

Agency to host a cleanup day for city R

esidents can neaten up their patch of Denton or help tidy up someone else’s between 9 a.m. and 1p.m. Saturday, when Keep Denton Beautiful dispatches troops of litterpicker-uppers for the Great American Cleanup. Anyone who has not regis-

tered should report to the Denton Civic Center, 321 E. McKinney St., for site assignments and supplies at 9 a.m. Saturday. Volunteers will clean up their sites from 9 to 11 a.m. The network of cleanups will end with a volunteer party and environmental fair from 11

a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Denton Civic Center. Volunteers can enjoy a free lunch, live music, kids’ bounce house, environmental activities and door prizes. In conjunction with the Great American Cleanup, the Denton Solid Waste and Recy-

cling Department will have a free disposal event for Denton residents who provide proof of residency. Hours will be 7 a.m. to noon at the landfill, 1527 S. Mayhill Road. For more information, visit


Oakland St. Work on projects and learn new techniques. Free. Call 940-349-8752 or visit www.denton 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. — Story Time at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Stories, songs, puppets and more for children ages 1-5 and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 3:30 p.m. —Afternoon Adventure Club, stories and a craft for ages 5-9, at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Free. Call 940349-8752. 4:30 p.m. — Afternoon Adventure Club, stories and a craft for ages 5-9, at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 5:30 to 9 p.m. — Book Cents, a used book sale benefiting Denton ISD libraries, PTAs and the Denton Public School Foundation, in the food court at Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 N. I-35E. Admission today is $5 per person or $10 per family.

6 p.m. — Denton ISD information session on advanced math at the middle school level, at the Professional Development Center, 1212 Bolivar St. Contact Grace Anne McKay at 940-369-0654 or gmckay2@ 7 to 8 p.m. — “Borrow E-Books on Your Tablet” at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free class covers the basics of borrowing free e-books through the library. Call 940-349-8752 to register. 7 to 8 p.m. — Conversation Club, for those wishing to practice their English language skills with others, at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free. No registration required. Call 940-349-8752. 7 to 9 p.m. — Thursday Night Music featuring students in Jennifer Lane’s voice studio at UNT on the Square, 109 N. Elm St. Free. Visit http://untonthesquare. or call 940-369-8257. 7:30 p.m. — UNT Symphonic

Band, conducted by Dennis W. Fisher, in Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center, on the north side of I-35E at North Texas Boulevard. Tickets cost $8-$10, free to UNT students. Call 940-369-7802 or visit 8 p.m. — Sundown Collaborative Theatre presents done/undone, an original play, at Green Space Arts Collective, 529 Malone St. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors. Call 940-220-9302 or visit

THURSDAY 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. — Tax-Aide, free income tax preparation help for residents with low to moderate incomes, at the Denton Civic Center, 212 E. McKinney St. Call 940-349-8728. 9 to 11 a.m. — Forum to discuss community support and services for Denton residents age 60 and older, in Room 115 of the Joseph A. Carroll Administration Building, 401 W. Hickory St. Residents of all ages are invited to share opinions and ideas about health care, including medical care, mental health and substance abuse services for older residents. Free. Call Julia Wolfe at 940-7843780 to register. 9:30 a.m. — Crafters’ Corner at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502

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FRIDAY 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Growing Communities Workshop, presented by American Community Gardening Association, at The Mill, 2300 E. University Drive. Two-day interactive workshop offers tools to enhance community building and

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Heathens’ fourth album a snapshot of uncertain times A

ustin quartet Band of Heathens hasn’t worn out the band’s fourth studio album, Sunday Morning Record. The group will play tunes from the record, and older material, too, on Tuesday night at Dan’s Silverleaf, 103 Industrial St. In 11 songs, Band of Heathens eases into the well-worn seat of indie-folk, seasoning the lot with Red Dirt twang without compromising the record’s rock and roll posture. “Sunday Morning Record was born in the midst of change,” said one of the Heathens’ founding guitarist and singers Gordy Quist. “Life changes, lineup changes, geographic changes. It was a roller coaster of a year, but that change served the album well and became our muse.”

Ed Jurdi, the other founding guitarist and singer of the Band of Heathens, said the latest record, which is the seventh the band has produced if you count the albums made without studio help, is a snapshot of the band’s most recent upheavals. “We set out to make a record that chronicled the journey of the band through a really difficult and uncertain time,” Jurdi said. “In the midst of all of this, Gordy and I were writing songs, starting families, moving families and trying to find a thread to hold onto with our music.” Doors open at 4 p.m. Show starts at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are $10. Cover costs $15 at the door. For reservations, visit http://


Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Stories, songs, puppets and more for children ages 1-5 and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 3 to 5 p.m. — Crafty Kids at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Children of all ages can create arts and crafts at this come-and-go program. Children younger than 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Free. Call 940-349-8752 or visit 5 to 8 p.m. — Denton Christian Preschool Mexican supper fundraiser in the Erwin Hall Gym at First Presbyterian Church, 1114 W. University Drive. Dinner catered by El Guapo’s and includes music by Los Patos Poderosos. Meal costs $15 for adults, $10 for children 12 and younger; takeout is available. For tickets, visit the preschool, located at First Presbyterian, or make reservations by calling 940-383-3332. 5 p.m. — UNT Symphony Orchestra with student conductors in Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center, on the north side of I-35E at North Texas Boulevard. Call 940-369-7802 or visit 8 p.m. — Harp duo Jaymee Haefner and Emily Mitchell in Voertman Hall at the UNT Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-565-2791 or visit www. 8 p.m. — “A Recital in Honor of Professor Graham Phipps” featuring UNT music faculty, in the Recital Hall at the Music Building, at

Continued from Page 2 leadership development through gardening and new gardening ideas. Workshop continues from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Registration is $25, includes light breakfast and lunch. Visit events. 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. — Ann Stuart and Ray R. Poliakoff Celebration of Science at TWU’s Ann Stuart Science Complex, north of Texas Street. Keynote speakers are Cynthia Burrows, Jennifer Leeds and Madeline Shea. Event includes an interactive forum, luncheon with speakers and TWU students, a symposium and a reception. Free. Visit arts-sciences/celebration-of-science. asp. 9:30 a.m. — Mother Goose Time at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Stories and activities for infants (birth to 18 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 9:30 a.m. — Beginning crochet class at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Yarn and hooks will be provided for practice. Free. Call 940-349-8752 to register. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. — Book Cents, a used book sale benefiting Denton ISD libraries, PTAs and the Denton Public School Foundation, in the food court at Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 N. I-35E. Free admission. 11 a.m. — Story Time at North

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Band of Heathens stops in Denton on Tuesday, touring in support of “Sunday Morning Record.” The Austin four-piece captured a time of transition on its fourth studio album.

Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-565-2791 or visit www. 8 to 10:30 p.m. — Outdoor concert at the Selwyn College Preparatory School amphitheater, 3333 W. University Drive. The band Tulkit will perform music from the ’70s to the present. Tickets cost $5 per person, with free admission for ages 10 and younger. Contact Cheryl Dahler at 940-382-6771 or cdahler@selwyn 8 p.m. — Sundown Collaborative Theatre presents done/undone, an original play, at Green Space Arts Collective, 529 Malone St. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors. Call 940-220-9302 or visit

SATURDAY 7:30 to 11 a.m. — The Arc of Denton County all-you-can eat pancake breakfast at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 1200 N. Elm St. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 3-12. Menu includes pancakes or waffles, sausage or bacon, fruit, juice and coffee. Visit 8 a.m. — Marching for Health 5K and fun run/walk at Denton Good Samaritan Village, 2500 Hinkle Drive, benefiting the center’s Partners in Well-Being Campaign. Register in advance at dentonvillage for $35 per person, $20 for students ages 12-21 and $10 for children younger than 12. Race-day

registration costs $40 and starts at 7 a.m. Contact Ashley Sellman at 940-383-6339 or asellman@ 9 a.m. — Great American Cleanup event hosted by Keep Denton Beautiful. Volunteers who have not pre-registered can register at the Denton Civic Center, 321 E. McKinney St., starting at 9 a.m. Call 940-3498737 or visit 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Volunteer Income Tax Assistance for low- to moderate-income families at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. To qualify, a household’s annual income must be $50,000 or less. Free. Call 940-566-2688. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. — “Laudate Eum: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Graham Phipps,” in the Library Forum at UNT’s Willis Library, 1506 Highland St. Presented by the UNT Division of Music History, Theory and Ethnomusicology. Free. Visit 10 a.m. — Story Time at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Stories, songs, puppets and more for children ages 1-5 and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 10 to 11 a.m. — Playdough Playtime for ages 2-8 at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free. Call 940-349-8752 or visit www. 10 a.m. to noon — Preschool Play and Read for 3- to 5-year-olds and their caregivers at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Free. Call 940-349-8752 or visit www.denton 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Healthy Body and Mind Faire at UNT’s Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building, 1704 W. Mulberry St. Workshop with hands-on activities, demonstrations and refreshments is part of the Family STEM Workshop: Life Science Series. Cost is $5 per student ages 5-18, free for adults accompanying them and for children 4 and younger. Visit http:// To register, e-mail marti.lathrop@ 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. — Book Cents, a used book sale benefiting Denton ISD libraries, PTAs and the Denton Public School Foundation, in the food court at Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 N. I-35E. Free admission. 2:30 p.m. — UNT master class with harpist Emily Mitchell, in the Graham Green Room at the Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-565-2791 or visit 6:30 p.m. — UNT Afro-Cuban, Brazilian and Latin Jazz ensembles, in Voertman Hall at the Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-5652791 or visit 8 p.m. — Sundown Collaborative Theatre presents done/undone, an original play, at Green Space Arts Collective, 529 Malone St. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors. Call 940-220-9302 or

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SUNDAY 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. — Trinity Presbyterian Church choir and soloists present Promised Land, a cantata with music by Lanelle Blanton and story by Marvin Williams, at the church, 2200 N. Bell Ave. Visit http:// 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. — Book Cents, a used book sale benefiting Denton ISD libraries, PTAs and the Denton Public School Foundation, in the food court at Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 N. I-35E. Free admission. 6:30 p.m. — UNT guest artist recital with Bart Van Oort on fortepiano, in the Recital Hall at the Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-565-2791 or visit 8 p.m. — Sundown Collaborative Theatre presents done/undone, an original play, at Green Space Arts Collective, 529 Malone St. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors. Call 940-220-9302 or visit

MONDAY 1 to 4 p.m. — Tax-Aide, free income tax preparation help for residents with low to moderate incomes, at the Denton Civic Center, 212 E. McKinney St. Call 940-3498728. 6 p.m. — Chess Night at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Players of all ages and skill levels welcome. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. — Literacy Night for parents with young children at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Free program includes a presentation for parents, books, crafts and cookies for children, door prizes and giveaways. Presented through a partnership with the UNT Department of Speech and Hearing. Call 940-349-8752 or visit www.

TUESDAY 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. — Tax-Aide, free income tax preparation help for residents with low to moderate incomes, at the Denton Civic Center, 212 E. McKinney St. Call 940-349-8728. 9:30 a.m. — Mother Goose Time at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Stories and activities for infants (birth to 18 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 9:30 a.m. — Toddler Time at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Stories, puppets and activities for toddlers (12-36 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 10:30 a.m. — Toddler Time at South Branch Library, 3228 Teasley Lane. Stories, puppets and activities for toddlers (12-36 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 2 to 3:30 p.m. — Edible Book Festival on the first floor of Willis

Library at 1506 W. Highland St. Entries must be completely edible and represent a book or literaturerelated theme. To enter a dish, judge the event or learn more, contact Kristin Boyett at 940-565-2486 or 5 p.m. — Volunteer Income Tax Assistance for qualifying families and individuals at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. To qualify, a household’s annual income must be $50,000 or less. Call 940-566-2688. 7 to 8 p.m. — Amazing YA Book Club, for adult fans of young adult books, meets at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free. Call 940-349-8718 or e-mail stacey. 7 to 8:45 p.m. — North Branch Writers’ Critique Group, for those interested in writing novels, short stories, poetry or journals, meets at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Free. 8 p.m. — Bushkova Violin Studio, directed by Julia Bushkova, in Voertman Hall at the UNT Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-565-2791 or visit 8 p.m. — University Singers and UNT Concert Choir, in Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center, on the north side of I-35E at North Texas Boulevard. Tickets cost $8-$10, free for UNT students. Call 940-369-7802 or visit www.the

WEDNESDAY 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. — Tax-Aide, free income tax preparation help for residents with low to moderate incomes, at the Denton Civic Center, 212 E. McKinney St. Call 940-349-8728. 9:30 a.m. — Toddler Time at Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Stories, puppets and activities for toddlers (12-36 months) and their caregivers. Free. Call 940349-8752. 11 a.m. — Story Time at Emily Fowler Library, 502 Oakland St. Stories, songs, puppets and more for children age 1-5 and their caregivers. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. — Read to Rover at the Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland St. Free. Children ages 6-11 struggling with reading can read one-on-one with a trained therapy dog from Therapy Pals of Golden Triangle. Parents or guardians must register their children in person and sign a permission slip. Call 940349-8752. 7 to 8:30 p.m. — Exploring Philosophy at North Branch Library, 3020 Locust St. Join the ongoing discussions of time-honored philosophical issues with Dr. Eva H. Cadwallader, professor of philosophy. Free. Call 940-349-8752. 8 p.m. — UNT’s L5 jazz guitar ensemble in Kenton Hall at the Music Building, at Avenue C and Chestnut Street. Free. Call 940-5652791 or visit 9 p.m. — Wednesday Night Jazz with the Five O’clock and Four O’clock Lab Bands at the UNT Gateway Center, 801 North Texas Blvd. between Eagle Drive and Highland

Street. Admission costs $4. Call 940-565-2791 or visit www.

MUSIC The Abbey Inn Restaurant & Pub Each Wed, County Rexford, 7-9pm, free. 101 W. Hickory St. 940-5665483. The Abbey Underground Thurs: Energy Collective. Fri: Gravity Feed, Mr. Molly, Bird Meets Winter. Weekly events: Each Sat, “’80s and ’90s RetroActive Dance Party”; each Sun, open mic hosted by Bone Doggie, signup at 7:30pm; each Mon, karaoke. 100 W. Walnut St. www.facebook. com/TheAbbeyUnderground. American Legion Post 550 Each Fri, free karaoke at 9pm; each Tues, free pool. Live band on the last Sat of the month, free. 905 Foundation St., Pilot Point. 940-686-9901. Andy’s Bar Each Wed, karaoke at 10pm. 122 N. Locust St. 940-5655400. Banter Bistro Fri: Classical guitar, 6pm; Bruce Bond, 7pm; Bruce Balmer (CD release), 8pm. Sat: The Mack Five (jazz), 6pm; Work in Progress, 8pm. Tues: Mister Joe Jazz Band, 8pm; Le Not So Hot Klub du Denton, 9pm. Each Thurs, open mic at 8pm; each Sat, live local jazz at 6pm. 219 W. Oak St. 940-565-1638. www. Crossroads Bar Thurs: Karaoke. Fri: Sat: Karaoke. 1803 Elm St. 940-808-1177. http:// Dan’s Silverleaf Thurs: Dirty River Boys, 9pm, $15. Fri: Boxcar Bandits, 9pm, free. Sat: Chris Watson, 9pm, $10. Sun: “Sunday Spins,” 5pm, free. Mon: Paul Slavens and Friends, 10pm, free. Wed: Band of Heathens, 8pm, $10-$15. No smoking indoors. 103 Industrial St. 940-320-2000. The Garage Fri: Music Ninjas. 113 Ave. A. 940-383-0045. www.the The Greenhouse Mon: Mark Hartsuch. Each Mon, live jazz at 10pm, free. 600 N. Locust St. 940-484-1349. www.greenhouserestaurantdenton. com. Hailey’s Club Thurs: ’80s Dance Night with yeahdef, 9pm. Sat: North Texas Derby Revolution and House of Quad’s Derby Party, 10pm. Weekly events, 9pm, free-$10: each Thurs, “’80s Dance Night” with Yeahdef; each Fri, “Friday Night Live 2.0” with DJ Spinn Mo; each Tues, “’90s Night”; each Wed, “Wicked & Wild Styles Wednesdays” with DJ Spinn Mo. 122 W. Mulberry St. 940-323-1160. J&J’s Pizza Fri: The Groovebumps, Mike Smeaton, 8pm. 118 W. Oak St. 940-382-7769. www.jandjpizza La Milpa Mexican Restaurant Each Fri, Mariachi Quetzal, 7:309:30pm. 820 S. I-35E, Suite 101. 940-382-8470. Last Drop Tavern Each Thurs, karaoke at 8:30pm. 508 S. Elm St. 940-808-1651. www.lastdroptavern. com. Lone Star Attitude Burger Co. 113

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“I am thankful to have been a part of this year’s as well as last year’s story circle,” said Denton High School Senior Maya Nixon, who created a film for the sixth annual Campecine Film Fest.

Teen episodes Film festival puts youth struggle on film small film festival guides local high school students in writing, filming and producing films about their life experiences will screen at 10 a.m. Saturday in Crumley Hall at the University of North Texas. The sixth annual Campecine Film Festival is a joint project of Denton High School Peer Assistance Leadership and Service and two teachers, associate professor of anthropology Mariela Nunez- Janes and Denton High


physics teacher Tim Sanches. The leadership and service group, which is part of a national organization, gives teens the means to express their emotions constructively and creatively. For the past eight years, Nunez-Janes and Sanchez collaborating with the Denton leadership and service chapter to teach a class on digital storytelling. They are assisted by Dallasbased spoken word artists and diversity educators Will Richey and “AP” (Alejandro Perez Jr.) of DaVerse Lounge, who work across the area teaching emotional literacy to youth through poetry, music and visual art. The screening is free. — Staff report

EVENTS Continued from Page 4 W. Hickory St. 940-383-1022. Lowbrows Beer and Wine Garden 200 S. Washington St., Pilot Point. 940-686-3801. www.low Mable Peabody’s Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair Each Fri, karaoke at 9:30pm; each Tues, open mic at 9pm. 1125 E. University Drive, Suite 107. 940-566-9910. Rockin’ Rodeo Thurs: Cody Canada and the Departed, the Damn Quails, 8pm, $10-$12. 1009 Ave. C. 940-5656611. Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios Thurs: Traxx, Convextion, the Boss!, Bill Converse and R9, 9pm, $5-$7. Fri: Troller, Pinkish Black, Marie Davidson, Knifight, 9pm, $6-$8. Sat: Raven Charter, the Spectacle, Southern Train Gypsy, Redline, 9pm, $5-$7. Sun: Levi Cobb and the Big Smoke, Daniel Amedee, 7pm, $5-$7. No smoking indoors. 411 E. Sycamore St. 940-387-7781. www.rubbergloves Trail Dust Steak House Fri & Sat: RoughRiders Band, 7-11pm. 26501 E. U.S. 380 in Aubrey. 940-365-4440. UNT on the Square Thurs: Thursday Night Music with students of Jennifer Lane’s voice studio, 7-9pm, free. 109 N. Elm St. 940-369-8257. VFW Post 2205 Free karaoke at 8pm each Thurs, Fri and Sat. 909 Sunset St. The Whitehouse Espresso Bar and Beer Garden Each Thurs, open mic at 7:30pm, sign-up at 7pm; each Wed, Jeffry Eckels presents “Jazz at the Whitehouse.” 424 Bryan St. 940-484-2786. www.twobzandav Zera Coffee Co. Fri: Jimmy Needham, Drew Hall, 7:30pm, $12-$14. 420 E. McKinney St., Suite 106. 940-2398002.

IN THE AREA 8:30 a.m. April 26 — One Ale of a Trail 5-mile trail run at Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area. Registration is $25 through Sunday. Race-day registration costs $40 and starts at 7:30 a.m. Registration is $20 for ages 12 and younger. Visit www. For information about volunteering, e-mail For sponsorship information, call Kristy McCorkle at 214-478-1064.

Wild Mud Run, a fundraiser for Denton Calvary Academy, at 11670 Massey Road in Pilot Point, behind Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch. Event includes a 5K race with mud obstacles. Gates open at 7:30 a.m. Advance registration is $40-$45; race-day registration costs $55-$60. Parking is $10. Visit 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 — Denton Community Market opening day at the Denton County Historical Park, on Mulberry Street near Carroll Boulevard. Visit 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 12 — Denton Redbud Festival at the Denton Civic Center, 321 E. McKinney Street. Keep Denton Beautiful’s festival offers workshops, children’s environmental exhibits and activities, the TRASHion Show, live music, food, and vendors selling trees and plants, gardening products, landscaping and home improvement items. Free. Visit 10 a.m. April 12 — Denton County Heritage Festival at the Courthouse on the Square. The event commemorates the years 1861-1877 in Denton County, a time of great change and growth. Event includes music, re-enactments, storytelling and other children’s activities, vendors and more. Free. Visit www.face Festival. 6 p.m. April 12 — Serve Denton’s second annual Celebration at The Mill, 1910 E. University Drive. Guest speaker is motivational speaker and author and retired baseball player Dave Dravecky. Doors open and silent auction starts at 5:45 p.m. Tickets cost $100 each. Visit http://serve April 25-27 — Denton Arts & Jazz Festival with headliners Al Jarreau, the Quebe Sisters Band, Asleep at the Wheel and Brave Combo, at Quakertown Park, 321 E. McKinney St. Free admission. Visit July 18-20 — 10th annual Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference at the Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center in Grapevine. Hosted by the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism at UNT. Keynote speakers are David Quammen, contributing writer for National Geographic; Lawrence Wright, staff writer for The New Yorker; and Sheri Fink, author of Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital. Through May 1, registration is $374 for the general public, $354 for educators and $324 for students. After May 1, all participants will pay $425. Visit



8:30 a.m. April 5 — Denton Dash for Public Schools 5K and 1-mile fun run at North Lakes Park, 2001 W. Windsor Drive. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Sponsored by the Denton Community Council of PTAs. Registration is $20. To register by March 30, visit For information on sponsorships, donations and volunteering, contact Amanda McCleod at or 972-757-7374. 9 a.m. April 5 — Denton Hog

Banter Bistro 219 W. Oak St. 940565-1638. Center for the Visual Arts Greater Denton Arts Council’s galleries, meeting space and offices. 400 E. Hickory St. Free. Tues-Sun 1-5pm. 940-382-2787. ● “Materials: Hard & Soft,” a contemporary craft exhibition selected by juror Judy Gordon, through April 4. The Chestnut Tree 107 W. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat

9am-2:30pm; dinner Thurs-Sat 5:30-9pm. 940-591-9475. A Creative Art Studio Gallery, classes and workshops. 227 W. Oak St., Suite 101. Mon-Sat 12-6pm, Sun by appointment only. 940-442-1251. Cupboard Natural Foods and Cafe 200 W. Congress St. 940-3875386. The DIME Store Denton Independent Maker Exchange’s store carrying local art, crafts and vintage items, plus workshop/gallery space. TuesSat 10-6. 510 S. Locust St. 940-3812324. ● Birthday Bash 6 to 9 p.m. April 4, backyard bazaar 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 5. Farmer’s & Merchant’s Gallery Early and contemporary Texas art. 100 N. Washington St., Pilot Point. Fri-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1-5pm. Appointments encouraged. 940-6862396. www.farmersandmerchants First Friday Denton on the first Friday evening of the month at art venues and businesses around the downtown Square. Free gallery viewings, live music, art projects and demonstrations. For more information, visit Green Space Arts Collective Studio/gallery available for rental. 529 Malone St. 940-595-9219. Impressions by DSSLC Store selling ceramics by residents of Denton State Supported Living Center. 105 1/2 W. Hickory St. 940-3823399. Jupiter House 114 N. Locust St. 940-387-7100. Oxide Fine Art & Floral Gallery Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, 10am-3pm Sat. 115 W. Eagle Drive. 940-483-8900. ● Featured artist for March is encaustic artist Teri Muse. PointBank Black Box Theatre Denton Community Theatre’s black box performance space. Mon & Wed 1-4pm, Fri 10:30am-1pm, and during performances. 318 E. Hickory St. ● Fiber work by Denton artist Ingrid Scobie, through April 11. SCRAP Denton Nonprofit store selling reused materials for arts and crafts, with the Re:Vision Gallery featuring art made of reused and repurposed items. Classes and workshops. 215 W. Oak St. 940-391-7499. ● “Becoming Harmonious,” a solo show by Nicole Cocco, through March 31. ● “Crafternoon,” open workshop each Thursday, 3-6pm. tAd The Art Den, a small, artist-run space inside the Bowllery, 901 Ave. C, Suite 101. Tues-Sun 11am-9pm. 940-383-2695. ● “Liberty Leading the People,” an exhibition by Chen Yizhong, through Saturday. TWU Blagg-Huey Library MonThurs 7:30am-midnight, Fri 7:30am-10pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 2pm-midnight. 1322 Oakland St. 940-898-3701. TWU East and West galleries in the TWU Fine Arts Building, at Oakland Street and Pioneer Circle. Free. Mon-Fri 9-4, weekends by appoint-

ment. 940-898-2530. visual-arts. TWU Gallery 010 Student-run exhibition space in the lower level of the Student Union, on Bell Avenue at Administration Drive. Mon-Thurs 8-9; Fri 8-5; Sun 1-9. ● “A Glimpse” by Karalee Brown, through April 4. UNT Art Gallery in the UNT Art Building, 1201 W. Mulberry St. at Welch. Building also includes the North Gallery and the Lightwell Gallery. Tues noon-5pm, Wed-Thurs 9:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat noon-5pm. Free. 940-565-4316. ● “Marking a Course,” an exhibition of figurative artworks, curated by Tracee W. Robertson, through Saturday.

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EVENTS Continued from Page 5 ment. 940-565-4005. UNT on the Square 109 N. Elm St. Free. Mon-Fri 9am-noon & 1-5pm, with extended hours Thurs until 8pm; Sat 11am-3pm. 940-369-8257. http:// ● “Cold Connections,” a group show of work by graduates of UNT’s jewelry and metalsmithing program, through April 16. Artists include Umut Demirguc Thurman, Hetty Estes, Anne E. Jones, Masumi Kataoka, Natalie Macellaio, Michelle Milner, Tamar Navama, Deanna Ooley, Susan Sitess, Liana Tomchesson and Erin Turner. Visual Arts Society of Texas Member organization of the Greater Denton Arts Council offers community and continuing education for local visual artists, professional and amateur. Meetings are at the Center for the Visual Arts, 400 E. Hickory St. Visit or call Executive Director Lynne Cagle Cox at 972-VAST-ORG. Zera Coffee Co. 420 E. McKinney St., Suite 106. 940-239-8002. ● Tristan Bradshaw, featured artist for March.

SENIORS American Legion Hall Senior Center 629 Lakey Drive in Fred Moore Park. 10am-3pm Mon-Fri, 6-9pm Thurs. 940-349-8298. Denton Senior Center Offers daily lunches, classes, travel, health services and numerous drop-in activities. 8am-9pm Mon-Fri. 509 N. Bell Ave. 940-349-8280. www.dentonsenior Denton Senior Center offers daily lunches, classes, travel, health services and numerous drop-in activities. 8am-9pm Mon-Fri; 9am-1pm Sat. 509 N. Bell Ave. 940-349-8720. Ongoing activities: ● Aletha’s Craft Store, open 9am-1pm Mon-Fri. ● Social dancing, live bands and refreshments every second and fourth Friday, 7-9:30pm, $6. ● Movies 6pm each Wed, free for Denton seniors. ● SPAN noon meal each Mon-Fri, $2 for seniors 60 and older, $5 for those younger than 60. ● Bridge Party bridge, 12:30pm Thurs; duplicate bridge, 12:30pm Wed ● Bingo 12:45pm first and third Fri ● Triangle Squares square dancing 7pm first and third Fri, $6 ● Ed Bonk Workshop woodshop 9am-noon Tues-Thurs, $6 annual membership plus $1 per visit. RSVP Referral and placement service for volunteers age 55 and older. 1400 Crescent St. 940-383-1508.

POINTS OF INTEREST The Bayless-Selby House Museum Restored Victorian-style home built in 1898. 317 W. Mulberry St. Tues-Sat 10am-noon and 1-3pm. Free. Handicapped accessible. Regular special events and workshops. 940349-2865. bsh.

DENTON PARKS & RECREATION ■ Red Cross Lifeguard training for ages 15 and older continues in March, April and May. Training is in evenings. $225 per person for Denton residents, $230 per person for non-residents. Members of Denton ISD swim teams can train to lifeguard for $150 per person. Registration is through March 21 for the next training course. The course material is available at 1idTGym. A prep course is also offered each Sunday for extra attention and training. For more information and to register, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ Engineering for Kids ages 6-14 will be from 11 a.m. to noon Saturdays starting April 5 and ending April 26 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 1300 Wilson St. Participants can learn about industrial engineering by making their own ice cream, learning about windmills and much more. $85 per student. For more information and to register, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ Join an introductory hike for all ages from 10 a.m. to noon April 3. Learn the area and experience

Denton County African American Museum Exhibits of historic black families in the county, including artwork and quilting, and personal items of the lady of the house. 317 W. Mulberry St., next to the BaylessSelby House Museum. Tues-Sat 10am-noon and 1-3pm. Free. Bethlehem in Denton County Small gallery in Sanger displaying a personal collection of 2,900 nativities. Open evenings and weekends, by appointment only. Free. Small groups and children welcome. To schedule your visit, call 940-231-4520 or e-mail Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum Exhibits include photos of Denton communities, historic Hispanic and black families, farm and ranching artifacts, and special collections including Southwest American Indian and Denton County pottery, pressed glass and weaponry. Research materials, county cemetery records, genealogical info, photographs. 110 W. Hickory St. 10-4:30 Mon-Fri and 11-3 Sat, closed holidays. Free. Special monthly exhibits and lectures. Call 940-349-2850 or visit www.denton ● “Big Wheels Turnin’: The Evolution of Transportation in Denton County,” through June 7. Denton Firefighters Museum Collection at Central Fire Station, 332 E. Hickory St., displays firefighting memorabilia from the 1800s to the present. 8am-5pm Mon-Fri. Closed on city holidays. Free and handicapped accessible. Gowns of the First Ladies of Texas Created in 1940, exhibit

native scenery with Elm Fork Master Naturalists and Denia Recreation Center staff. $3 per person. For more information and to register by Friday, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ Ages 16 and up can go mountain biking in an introductory course from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5 at Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center, 3310 Collins Road. Bike four miles and explore the area. Bikes will be provided. $15 per person. For more information and to register by Wednesday, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ A Hip Hop dance class for ages 9 and older will be 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays starting April 2 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 1300 Wilson St. Dancers should ring kneepads and gloves. $40 per person. For more information and to register, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ Martial Arts classes are beginning Tuesday for ages 5adult. ● Tae Kwon Do is 6 to 7 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center,

features garments worn by wives of governors of Texas. 8am-5pm MonFri. Administration Conference Tower, TWU campus. Free, reservations required. 940-898-3644. Hangar Ten Flying Museum WWII aircraft on display including Lockheed 10A, Beech Aircraft Stagger Wing, PT22 and Piper L-4. Mon-Sat 8am-3 pm. 1945 Matt Wright Lane. Free. 940-565-1945. Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area Three hiking trails; camping, fishing and more on the Elm Fork of the Trinity River; restored 1870 log home. Winter hours: Fri-Sun 7am-5pm. Admission is $5 per person, free for children 5 and younger. Front gate is at Jones Street and North Kealy Avenue in Lewisville. Call 972-219-3930 for directions. Little Chapel-in-the-Woods Built in 1939, one of 20 outstanding architectural achievements in Texas. Daily 8am-5pm, except on university holidays or when booked for weddings, weekends by appointment only, TWU campus. 940-898-3644. Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch Nonprofit 126-acre ranch with rare and exotic animals, including black bears, kangaroos, bobcats, zebras and more. Exhibits, tram ride, animal presentations and restaurant. Open to the public 10am-5pm Sat & Sun, through Dec. 1. Tickets cost $10 for ages 13 and older, $8 for ages 3-12, $8 for seniors. 11670 Massey Road, Pilot Point. 940-686-4600. UNT Rafes Urban Astronomy Center UNT’s astronomy center, open to the public once a month. 2350 Tom Cole Road. For directions

1300 Wilson St. $55 per person ● Texas Isshinryu Karate for ages 5-7 is 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at Denia Recreation Center, 1001 Parvin St. $45 per person. ● Texas Isshinryu Karate for ages 8 and older at 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday at Denia Recreation Center, 1001 Parvin St. $45 per person. For more information and to register, visit www.dentonparks. com or call 940-349-7275. ■ Swim lessons for all ages begin April 7 at the Denton Natatorium, 2400 Long Road. Classes are offered Monday and Wednesday or Saturday. Lessons are for ages 6 months to adult, and are divided by ability. $35-60 per person. For more information and to register by, visit or call 940-349-7275. ■ Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid will be from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. This course meets the regulatory requirements for childcare workers and teaches first aid, CPR and automated external defibrillator skills. A $12 workbook is required. $15 per person. For more information, visit www.denton or call 940-349-7275.

and more information, visit www. ● Star Party on the first Saturday of the month, beginning 30 minutes after sundown, weather permitting. Admission is $5, free for children 4 and younger. UNT Sky Theater Planetarium in UNT’s Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building, 1704 W. Mulberry St. 940-369-8213. ● Bad Astronomy, a film exploring pseudoscience, myths and misconceptions about space and the solar system, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. each Saturday. Tickets cost $3-$5, cash only. ● Dinosaur Passage to Pangaea, children’s matinee at noon each Saturday in March. Tickets cost $3, cash only. Western Heritage Gallery at Stonehill Center, 5800 N. I-35, Suite 400. 940-243-3933. www.the

ACTIVITIES Acoustic Lawn Jam from 10 a.m. to noon every Saturday, weather permitting, on the lawn of the Courthouse on the Square, 110 W. Hickory St. Open acoustic jam for all levels of musicians. Denton Celtic Dancers meets from 5 to 7 p.m. each Sunday at the Center for the Visual Arts, 400 E. Hickory St. Beginners’ class starts at 6 p.m. Call 940-321-0012 or visit Denton County Dulcimer Club meets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m on the third Saturday of each month in the

community room at Denton Good Samaritan Village, 2500 Hinkle Drive. Dues are $3 per month. Participants may bring a sack lunch. Call 940-5659331 or e-mail donnasgregory@ Friday night community dances at Denton Senior Center, 509 N. Bell Ave., from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Dances are open to all adults and include live music and refreshments. Dance hosts will be present to dance with unaccompanied ladies. Admission is $6. Call 940-349-8720. Green Space Arts Collective Ballet, tap, modern, and hip-hop dance classes for children and adults. 529 Malone St. 940-595-9219. Harps Over Texas Autoharp Club Jamming as well as help for new and experienced players. All acoustic instruments welcome. 7 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1424 Stuart Road. 940-382-3248. ● Mainstream dance lessons at 7pm each Tuesday at 1424 Stuart Road.

SPORTS Denton Civic Center Location of Denton Parks and Recreation customer service center, 8am-5pm Mon-Fri. Indoor walking track open 6:45am-7pm Mon-Fri. 321 E. McKinney St. 940-349-8285. Denia Recreation Center Fitness center, gameroom, indoor courts, climbing wall and more. 7am-9pm Mon-Wed; 7am-8pm Thurs-Fri; 9:30am-3:30pm Sat. 1001 Parvin St. 940-349-8285. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center Fitness center, indoor courts, fitness, gameroom, computer room and more. 9am-9pm Mon-Fri; 9:30am-6:30pm Sat. 1300 Wilson St. 940-349-8575. North Lakes Recreation Center Fitness center with fitness specialists and child care available; indoor courts, preschool classes, group exercise classes and more. 5:30am-10pm Mon-Thurs; 5:30am-9:30pm Fri; 7:30am-3:15pm Sat. 2001 W. Windsor Drive. 940-349-8287. Basketball court located across Windsor Drive, behind the softball fields on the north side of the park. Lights available until 10pm (closing time for the park).

AQUATICS Denton Natatorium Indoor pools with open and lap swimming, swim lessons for children and adults, water exercise available. 2400 Long Road. Mon-Fri 5:30am-8pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun noon-6pm. Admission for city residents is $3.50 for ages 12 and older, $2.50 for ages 6-11, $1 for ages 2-5; free for younger than 2. Nonresidents pay $5, $3 and $1.50, respectively. Passes and punch cards available. 940-349-8800.

DOG PARK Wiggly Field Dog Park at Lake Forest Park, at 1400 E. Ryan Road, between Teasley Lane and FM1830 (Country Club Road). Free. Closed 7am-3:30pm Wed for mowing and maintenance. For rules, call 940-3498731.


MOVIES THEATERS Cinemark Denton 2825 Wind River Lane off I-35E. 940-535-2654. www. Movie Tavern 916 W. University Drive. 940-566-FILM (3456). Carmike Hickory Creek 16 8380 S. I-35E, Hickory Creek. 940-3212788. Silver Cinemas Inside Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 S. I-35E. 940-3871957.

OPENING FRIDAY Cesar Chavez (★★★) Cesar Chavez is a Mexican-American 42, a quietly inspiring and well-acted tale of a civil rights icon whose story isn’t nearly as familiar as Jackie Robinson’s. Union organizer Chavez wasn’t a dynamic speaker or necessarily that charismatic. So it’s appropriate that director Diego Luna’s film stumbles a little with the sweeping moments in this intimate biography passed off as larger-than-life epic. Michael Pena (End of Watch) stars as Chavez, whose struggles to unionize exploited farm workers — his long marches, his hunger strike — make for moving moments, but rarely achieve grandeur. It’s the commonplace organizational struggles, the Gandhi-like obsession with nonviolence and the stubborn refusal to be bullied that stand out in Cesar Chavez. With America Ferrara, Rosario Dawson and John Malkovich. Rated

PG-13, 100 minutes. — McClatchyTribune News Service Sabotage Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character has an urgent mystery to solve when members of his elite, cartel-busting drug task force are killed, one by one. Rated R, 109 minutes. — The Dallas Morning News

NOW PLAYING Bad Words (★★1⁄2) Jason Bateman directs and stars in this biting comedy about a 40-year-old man (Bateman) who uses a loophole to enter children’s spelling bees. Why he does so remains hidden until the end, after he has insulted and alienated everyone. Funny, brutally cynical work in the vein of Bad Santa. With Kathryn Hahn and Allison Janney. Rated R, 90 minutes. — Boo Allen Divergent (★★1⁄2) Tris Prior (Shailene Woodley) lives in a postwar future in the semi-ruined city of Chicago, where society still functions thanks to “factions.” When teens hit a certain age, they go through “The Test” and are told where their strengths lie. Tris is confused; empathetic but fearless, smart but earthy. The tester (Maggie Q) tells her she’s “Divergent,” and that the other factions fear Divergents. Based on Veronica Roth’s book series. Directed by Neil Burger (The Illusionist, Limitless). With Theo James, Kate Winslet, Tony Goldwyn and Ashley Judd. Rated PG-13, 135 minutes. — MCT God’s Not Dead College freshman Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper) finds his Christian faith challenged when

Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo) demands his philosophy students disavow, in writing, the existence of God, or face a failing grade. When Josh refuses, he and Radisson come to a compromise: Josh must prove God’s existence by presenting wellresearched, intellectual arguments and evidence, then engage the professor in a head-to-head debate. With David A.R. White, Dean Cain and Duck Dynasty’s Willie and Korie Robertson. Rated PG, 113 minutes. The Lego Movie (★★★★) There are so many things to like about The Lego Movie: a great voice cast, clever dialogue and a handsome blend of stop-motion and CGI animation that feels lovingly retro, while still looking sharp in 21st-century 3-D. Set in a world built entirely of Legos, the story revolves around construction worker Emmet Brickowski (voice of Chris Pratt), who must join forces with a group of rebels to stop the evil Lord Business (Will Ferrell). With the voices of Morgan Freeman, Elizabeth Banks and Will Arnett. Rated PG, 94 minutes. — The Washington Post The Monuments Men (★★) George Clooney stars in this World War II drama that he also directed and co-wrote, with Grant Heslov, from Robert Edsel and Bret Witter’s nonfiction book. Clooney heads a team of aging art experts who identify and then attempt to recover art treasures stolen by the Nazis. Segmented film never gathers momentum but plods along with little building dramatic engagement. The fine cast includes Cate Blanchett,

Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin and Hugh Bonneville. Rated PG-13, 118 minutes. — B.A. Mr. Peabody & Sherman (★★★1⁄2) Dreamworks Animation sets its “Wayback Machine” to the early 1960s and charmingly revives one of the most popular features of the old Rocky & Bullwinkle Show. This winning, witty and warm cartoon captures the flavor, the tone and some of snappy pace of the TV shorts about Mr. Peabody (voiced by Ty Burrell), a Nobel Prize-winning pooch who adopted Sherman (Max Charles), a 7-year-old boy. The animated details are a 3-D feast for the eyes. With Patrick Warburton, Stephen Colbert, Leslie Mann and Stanley Tucci. Rated PG, 88 minutes. — MCT Muppets Most Wanted (★★★) A strange sense of doom hangs over the rebooted Muppets, and it’s not from the Swedish Chef’s cooking. The Muppets (2011) may have been an earnest and largely successful relaunch for Jim Henson’s troupe, but it also had a hangdog melancholy. Muppets Most Wanted, thankfully, soon enough dispatches the previous film’s mopey nostalgia and sets things on a more madcap course: a European caper, not unlike 1981’s (alas superior) The Great Muppet Caper. But Muppets Most Wanted fails to whip up the kind of furry frenzy that makes the Muppets special. With Tina Fey, Ty Burrell, Ricky Gervais and a parade of celebrity cameos. Rated PG, 106 minutes. — The Associated Press Need for Speed (★★★) Based on the hit EA Entertainment racing game,

Need for Speed is loaded with beautiful cars, winding roads and racers in leather coats. Following a prison sentence for a crime he didn’t commit, mechanic and street racer Tobey Marshall (Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul, flexing his machismo) is determined to get revenge on Dino Brewster (Dominic Cooper), the man who framed him. With Michael Keaton, Imogen Poots, Scott Mescudi (a.k.a. Kid Cudi) and Dakota Johnson. Rated PG-13, 130 minutes. — AP Non-Stop (★★1⁄2) U.S. air marshal Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) is a drinker and a smoker, a sad-eyed man who doesn’t like to fly, in this solid, workmanlike action picture that builds slowly. Somebody is threatening the 150 passengers and crew on Marks’ cellphone, and framing Marks with the dirty work to his superiors back on the ground. In the wee hours of this red eye from New York to London, that first text arrives on his “secure” phone: “In exactly 20 minutes, I’m going to kill someone on this plane.” Directed by Jaume ColletSerra (Orphan). With Julianne Moore, Michelle Dockery and Linus Roache. Rated PG-13, 104 minutes. — MCT 300: Rise of an Empire (★★★) A more visually stunning but less thrilling epic with bloodier slowmotion sword fights, this time at sea. It lacks the heroic proportions and poetry of 2006’s 300, mainly thanks to a less impressive cast and murky, forgettable script. With Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green and Lena Headey. Directed by Noam Murro (Smart People). — MCT



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Aronofsky brings Bible chapter to life in ‘Noah’

By Ann Hornaday The Washington Post

Old Testament fury has rarely come to such spectacularly fearsome life than in Noah, Darren Aronofsky’s audacious adaptation of one of the Bible’s best-known but still enigmatic chapters. Be warned: Anyone familiar with the 500-year-old man and his ark may need to check some of their most cherished visualizations of him at the theater door. No cozy two-by-two images of beatific giraffes grace this Noah. Like any good artist, Aronofsky has avoided predictable, literalist retellings of beloved Sunday school stories, inserting new characters, bringing parenthetical figures to the fore and making one of history’s most enduring and universal myths his very own. The result is a movie that is clearly deeply respectful of its source material but also at times startlingly revisionist, a go-forbroke throwback to Hollywood biblical epics of yore that combines grandeur and grace, as well as a generous dollop of goofy overstatement. Viewers may not agree about what they’ve seen when they leave Noah. But there’s no doubt that Aronofsky has made an ambitious, serious, even visionary motion picture, whose super-sized popcorn-movie vernacular may occasionally submerge the story’s more reflective implications, but never drowns them entirely. Appropriately enough, Aronofsky starts In the Beginning, and after a brief prologue revisiting Adam and Eve, original sin and the fatal rivalry between Cain and Abel, catches up with Noah as a boy who, by virtue of his lineage and an enchanted snakeskin bestowed on him by his father, is clearly destined for greater things. Conceived and staged like a conventional superhero origin story, Noah then finds the grown-up protagonist — played by a solemn, hauntedlooking Russell Crowe — living in Canaan alongside his wife, Naameh (Jennifer Connelly), and their sons, Ham, Shem and eventually Japeth. Canaan is a desolate world of

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arid deserts, ruthless tribal warfare and dead cities, but also supernatural wonders. When Noah begins to experience visions of the apocalyptic flood to come, Aronofsky choreographs them not as words-from-on-high messages from the divine, but as stylized, terrifying unconscious visions. Fans of the filmmaker’s work — from Requiem for a Dream and The Fountain to Black Swan — won’t be surprised to learn that he’s at his best with these fantastical, mystically inclined sequences. He’s just as evocatively expressive with the most technically challenging set pieces of the story: the arduous construction of the enormous Ark (here produced according to Biblical proportions, down to the last cubit), the arrival of the animals and that annihilating flood, which Aronofsky stages as an awesome cascade of rainstorms, geysers and terrifying waves. Amidst such visual busyness, Crowe and Connelly deliver impressively grounded, powerful performances, with Crowe playing Noah first as a humble, di-

vinely inspired servant and, eventually, as a wild-eyed zealot, and Connelly brimming with earthy rectitude as his far more steady-eyed wife. One of the most delightful reshufflings is a central role for Noah’s ancient forebear, Methusela, played by Anthony Hopkins in a mischievous and altogether convincing turn as a white-haired figure of mystical, oracular wisdom. So much of Noah is so good, and so impressively executed, that when discordant notes are sounded, they do so with clanging dissonance. Taking ill-advised pages from both 1950s animator Ray Harryhausen and the current big-studio predilection for comic-book movies and young-adult teen romances, Aronofsky creates characters and story lines that feel wildly out of place — not because they don’t appear in Scripture, but because they’re so at odds with the often brilliant aesthetic language that animates the rest of the film. (We’ll chalk up Noah’s surprisingly sophisticated wardrobe of primitive-chic leathers and open-work knits up to artistic license.) The most distracting of Aronofsky’s creations, by far, are the Watchers — fallen angels who roam the broken world like mournful, stiff-jointed behemoths, seemingly hewn from desert stone and resembling

rock ’em, sock ’em robots when pressed into heavy-duty smiting. Every action film nowadays seems to wind up being Transformers and sadly, Noah is no different, especially when it comes time for a final, grandiose showdown between the Watchers and the oncoming forces of evil. Those forces, by the way, are led by an otherwise marginal character named Tubal-cain (Ray Winstone), a bloodthirsty leader who probably hasn’t made it into most Sunday morning curricula. His role in Noah’s mission and ensuing adventure on the Ark, as well as a budding love story between Shem (Logan Lerman) and a young girl named Ila (Emily Watson), will surely give some literalists exegetical fits — not least because Tubal-cain comes to be a proxy for the kind of anti-conservationist theology that Aronofsky uses Noah to obliquely critique. Although it’s understandable that the filmmaker wanted to make Noah a parable of environmental stewardship, for many believers the story is primarily about hearing and responding to God’s voice. Aronofsky doesn’t necessarily give that reading short shrift, but as Noah becomes increasingly doctrinaire — culminating in a bizarre, deeply troubling passage involving the Ark’s most vulner-

able pair of creatures — it’s clear that the filmmaker is far more interested in human agency. He even seems to anticipate the New Testament when Naameh pleads with her husband — ever more urgently — to reconsider his own dogmatism in favor of ideas like mercy, forgiveness and simple goodness. Those are fascinating passages, beautifully presented by Connelly as the movie’s most steadfast moral voice. As off-putting as Noah’s juiced-up subplots and cinder-eyed Watchers can be, it’s impossible not to be impressed, engaged and moved by Aronofsky’s own passionate commitment to the Noah story, which has reportedly captivated him since he was an adolescent. Like interpreters through the millennia, Aronofsky has taken Noah’s journey sincerely to heart, processed it through his own singular visual and moral imagination and come up with a narrative that feels deeply personal, broadly mythical and cannily commercial all at the same time. That feels just about right for Noah, which ultimately invites viewers to form their own meanings, whether they’re about sacrifice and obedience, stewardship and service or the enduring entertainment value of an epic adventure that, thousands of years on, still manages to astonish.

The least of these

‘Atrium’ lends dignity to the disturbed, demented and lost

By Lucinda Breeding Features Editor

The cast of Michael Mulder’s drama Atrium look a little shell shocked and plenty tired at the end of Monday night’s rehearsal. Atrium is that kind of play. No punch is pulled; No soul escapes getting flayed to its messy, vulnerable essence. Director Kim Campbell discovered the play about a year ago. She’s discovered that Mulder was a Denton resident, and a former protégé of the late Ralph Culp, who taught theater at the University of North Texas, then lent his expertise to Denton Community Theatre as an acting coach. Culp was integral in the community theater advancing in a festival of community theaters. He was an acting coach to the cast of a one-act cutting of the play Doubt: A Parable directed by Mildred A. Peveto. Culp urged Mulder to apply for the prestigious master’s program in playwriting at Columbia University. Mulder was accepted and attended, but didn’t graduate. “Atrium is the show that came out of his time at Columbia,” Campbell said. “We were wanting to do the show, and about this time last year, we were having trouble finding a venue.” Performance space is a perennial problem for Denton’s established and indie theater companies, and Campbell came up short. Polly Maynard Watson was part of the group that formed around the show last year. “I don’t think either Kim or I were ready to shelve the project,” Watson said. “We knew we wanted to produce it. The question was where.” Campbell went before the production board at Denton Community Theatre to pitch the project for the company’s plucky second season, a yearly grouping of about three shows inked on the calendar for the POINTBank Black Box Theatre. Atrium brings six unmoored souls together in a commons area of an unnamed, upscale hospital for people with mental illnesses — this includes the disease of addiction. There’s Mr. Conley, the patient who’s been

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Ron (Mike Stephens) hides an emotional and psychological storm behind humor and calm in Denton Community Theatre’s staging of “Atrium,” a drama by Denton playwright Michael Mulder. here the longest. Herb Newton plays Conley with gentlemanly grace and child-like wonder. Conley’s the Shakespearean fool, telling inconvenient truths in poetic riddles. There’s Jenny, a woman not really on the mend after years of childhood sexual and emotional abuse. Polly Maynard Watson takes on the wounded woman, who appears to have a personality — an accent, posture and worldview — for each past season soiled by loathsome adults. Sterling Gafford, who just spent months yucking it up in Music Theatre of Denton’s Spamalot, plays Lucas, an adult film

actor who has gotten so down and dirty with cocaine and other drugs that he can’t get it up. Barbara, played by Sharon Barnhill, struggles to remember the past 20 years that have been burned from her brain from electro-convulsive therapy. Estelle, played by Dena Dunn, is the most recent arrival. She’s fallen apart after a seismic marital shift. Ron, played by Mike Stephens, is at the hospital after a suicide attempt, his last-ditch effort to end his losing battle with the ugliest demon among this crew. Like One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, not everyone comes out alive or intact.

The actors said even with the gruesome details shared by the group, the characters’ have their mysteries and unanswered questions. “I think [Lucas] has thought too much of the loving side of him. He’s habituated it so much through sex that he can’t really get close to anyone any other way,” Gafford said. “I’ve played around with the idea of him having mommy issues. I think the cocaine mask the issues he’s had for a long time. Here, his emotional issues come out in spikes, almost.” See ATRIUM on 10

ATRIUM Who: Denton Community Theatre What: A drama by Michael Mulder When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. Additional performances are 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and 2 p.m. on April 6 at Dan’s Silverleaf, 103 Industrial St. Where: POINTBank Black Box Theatre, 318 E. Hickory St. How much: $15 for all Black Box performance tickets. Prices to be announced for Dan’s Silverleaf perfomances. Details: Rated R for strong language and sexual themes.

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Atrium Barnhill can do more inventing with Barbara, a sweet, chainsmoking depressive who struggles to stay lucid. Twenty years of “shock therapy” have left Barbara a ghost. “I drew from several people to get to Barbara,” Barnhill said. “She’s had pretty significant memory loss, but she still remembers the emotions.” Newton has a lot of blanks to fill in, too, as the senior resident of the group. Mr. Conley spends most of his time in the atrium hiding among potted plants, interjecting shards of answers to eternal questions. His most urgent need is to bend the hospital’s policy requiring pants in common areas. “He’s making himself happy in his own little world,” Newton said. “I don’t think he doesn’t fight. His way is just his own.” For Watson, Jenny is a rigorous character, alternately childlike and tough, foul-mouthed and sweet. “I don’t think Jenny has a lot

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Barbara (Sharon Barnhill) plods through a tongue twister with the help of Jenny (Polly Maynard Watson) in Denton Community Theatre’s “Atrium.” of hope, but she wants to be well,” Watson said. “The way she deals with everything is to do what other people want her to do. She sort of melds into whatever anyone wants to be, and I think she melds into who she

needs to be. She’s a pleaser. A chameleon.” As Estelle, Dunn adopts a teaching role. Estelle has landed in a mental hospital after lashing out violently to retaliate against a vexing husband. She tries to

guide her peers — all of whom are mentally less healthy but more emotionally sound than she — through the maze of treatment and therapy. She deflects, holds in and waves away her embarrassing choices, but they tax her through unrelenting nightmares. “The others don’t trust Estelle, other than Lucas,” Dunn said. “And why should they? She hasn’t been there very long.” While telling everyone how to get well, Estelle sabotages herself by diving into a sexual relationship with Lucas. She mothers Ron, a gay man who douses truly grotesque appetites with booze. Ron’s story is the most difficult of the show. He represents the ultimate boogeyman, preying on the weak and trusting to sate horrible lusts. Mulder does the near-impossible through Ron; he makes us capable of forgiving — even loving some part — of the worst brand of reprobate humanity can dream of or unleash. Audi-

ences needn’t worry. No one despises Ron more than Ron hates himself. “I’ve found the goodness in Ron through his disgust at what he’s done, and how much he wants to stop it even if it means killing himself,” Stephens said. “I think he cares about others. He keeps a close eye on Barbara. He worries about her. I think Ron will get out of the hospital, I think he will kill himself. I think that’s the only way he can go on.” Atrium won’t be an easy or pleasant night at the theater, but it will challenge audiences to acknowledge the frailty of the least of these — the sick, the dying and the lost. And audiences might wonder how the ensemble shrugs the cloak of suffering from their shoulders when the second act ends. “Who says we do?” Watson asked. “We do take this out of here with us. There’s no other choice.” LUCINDA BREEDING can be reached at 940-566-6877.

appetizers (cheese fries, tamales, and queso and chips). Beer. 113 Industrial St. Sun-Wed 11-10; Thurs-Sat 11midnight. $. 940-382-4227. RT’s Neighborhood Bar 1100 Dallas Drive, Suite 124. 940-381-2277. II Charlies Bar & Grill 809 Sunset St. 940-891-1100.

NV Cupcakes Gourmet cupcakes and other sweets. 4251 FM2181, Suite 216, Corinth. Tues-Sat 11am-6pm or until sellout. 817-996-2852. Ravelin Bakery Gourmet bakery offers fresh-baked bread, mouthwatering sweets and a fine cup of coffee. 416 S. Elm St. Tues-Sat 6:30am-5:30pm, Sun 8am-5:30pm. 940-382-8561. Sugar Queen Cupcakes Denton location: 2320 W. University Drive. Mon-Sat 10-9, Sun noon-8pm. 940566-7900. Lake Dallas location: 211 Main St., Suite 100. Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat 9-4. 940-497-3386. www.sugar

DINING RESTAURANTS AMERICAN CUISINE Central Grill 1005 Ave. C. 940-3239464. Dusty’s Bar and Grill Laid-back bar just off the Square serves a beltbusting burger and fries, a kitchen homily for meat and cheese lovers. Seven plasma TVs for fans to track the game, or patrons can take part in interactive trivia and poker. Darts, pool, video games and foosball. Kitchen open throughout business hours. 119 S. Elm St. Daily noon-2am. $-$$. 940-243-7300. www.dustys Hooligans 104 N. Locust St. 940442-6950. The LABB 218 W. Oak St. 940-2934240. The Loophole Square staple has charming menu with cleverly named items, like Misdemeanor and Felony nachos. Decent range of burgers. 119 W. Hickory St. Daily 11am-2am; food served until midnight. Full bar. $-$$. 940-565-0770. www.loopholepub. com. Pourhouse Sports Grill Classy sports bar and restaurant boasts large TVs and a theater-style media room and serves burgers, pizza, salads and generous main courses. Full bar. 3350 Unicorn Lake Blvd. Sun-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-12. $-$$. 940-484-7455.

DINING PROFILE AND LISTINGS POLICY Restaurant profiles and listings are compiled by the Denton Record-Chronicle and The Dallas Morning News. A comprehensive list of Dallas-Fort Worth area restaurants is available at Denton Time publishes restaurant profiles and a guide of restaurants that have been featured in the weekly dining section and online at Profiles and listings are not related to advertising and are published as space is available. Denton Time does not publish reviews. Incorrect information can be reported by e-mail to, by phone to 940-566-

Rocky’s Sports Bar Big games on big screens plus some pretty big tastes, too. Now open for lunch. For finger food, roll chicken chipotle and battered jalapeno and onion strips are standouts. Homestyle burgers; savory Caesar salad with chicken. Full bar.

6860 or by fax to 940-566-6888. To be considered for a profile, send the restaurant name,address, phone nuber, days and hours of operation and a copy of the menu to: Denton Time Editor, P.O. Box 369, Denton, TX 76202. Please indicate whether the restaurant is new or has changed ownership, chefs or menus.

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2000 W. University Drive. Daily 11am-2am. $. 940-382-6090. Rooster’s Roadhouse “We Ain’t Chicken” is what the eatery claims, though the menu kindly includes it on a sandwich and in a wing basket — plus barbecue, burgers and hangout

ASIAN Gobi Mongolian Grill and Asian Diner 717 S. I-35E, Suite 100. 940387-6666. Mr. Chopsticks This pan-Asian eatery does a little Chinese, Japanese, Thai and even Indian food. Offers a plethora of tasty appetizers and entrees. Many vegetarian dishes (some with egg). Beer and wine. 1633 Scripture St. Mon-Sat 11-10, Sun 11:30-9. $-$$. 940-382-5437.

BAKERIES Candy Haven and Kolache Haven 301 N. I-35E. 940-565-1474, 940-5659700. Crickles & Co. Breakfast, pastries, desserts, coffee and tea. 2430 S. I-35E, Suite 136. Mon-Fri 7am-6pm, Sat 7am-3pm. 940-382-6500. Davis Purity Bakery Denton’s oldest bakery has sculpted but simple and flavorful cakes, soft egg bread, cookies and more. 520 S. Locust St. Mon-Sat 5am-5:30pm. 940-387-6712.

BARBECUE Clint’s BBQ Barbecue spot serves up brisket, ribs, pulled pork, sausage, chicken and breakfast too. 921 S. U.S. Highway 377, Aubrey. Tues-Thurs 6am-8pm; Fri-Sat 6am-9pm; Sun 6am-3pm. 940-365-9338. Gold Mine BBQ 222 W. Hickory St., Suite 102. 940-387-4999. www.texas Metzler’s Bar-B-Q Much more than a barbecue joint, with wine and beer shop, deli with German foods and more. Smoked turkey is lean yet juicy; generous doses of delightful barbe-

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DINING Continued from Page 10 cue sauce. Tender, well-priced chicken-fried steak. Hot sausage sampler has a secret weapon: spicy mustard. Beer and wine. 628 Londonderry Lane. Daily 10:30am-10pm. $. 940591-1652. Old House BBQ 1007 Ave. C. 940383-3536. The Smokehouse Denton barbecue joint serves up surprisingly tender and juicy beef, pork, chicken and catfish. Good sauces, bulky sandwiches and mashed potatoes near perfection. Good pies and cobblers. Beer and wine. 1123 Fort Worth Drive. SunThurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-10. $-$$. 940566-3073.

BISTROS AND CAFES Banter Bistro Gourmet sandwiches and salads, breakfast items, coffee and espresso. Beer and wine. 219 W. Oak St. Daily 10am-midnight. $. 940-565-1638. www.dentonbanter. com. Cachette Bistro 144 N. Old Town Blvd., Suite 1, Argyle. Mon-Fri 7:30am-5pm, Sat 8am-3pm. 940464-3041. The Chestnut Tree Salads, sandwiches, soups and other lunch and brunch options served in back of small shop on the Square. Chicken pot pie is stellar. Tasty quiche. Decadent fudge lava cake and rich carrot cake. Revolving dinner menu. 107 W. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat 9am-2:30pm; dinner Thurs-Sat 5:30-9pm. $-$$. 940-591-9475. Sidewalk Bistro 2900 Wind River Lane, Suite 132. Sun-Mon 7am-3pm, Tues-Sat 7am-9pm. 940-591-1999.

BRITISH The Abbey Inn Restaurant & Pub Full bar. 101 W. Hickory St. Sun-Wed 11-10, Thurs-Sat 11-midnight. $-$$. 940-566-5483.

BRUNCH Cups and Crepes Eatery serves up both traditional American and European breakfasts and lunch. Get biscuits and gravy or test a crepe filled with rich hazelnut spread. Specialty coffees. 309 Fry St. Tues-Sun 8am-3pm. $. 940-387-1696. Loco Cafe Casual breakfast/lunch cafe that’s a sister restaurant to the Greenhouse Restaurant across the street. Signature plate is the Loco Moco: stacked hash browns topped with eggs, cheese, salsa or gravy with a fresh biscuit. 603 N. Locust St. Mon-Fri 6am-2pm; Sat-Sun 7am-3pm. $-$$. 940-387-1413. Royal’s Bagels & Deli 503 W. University Drive. Daily 6:30am-2pm. $. 940-808-1009. www.facebook. com/RoyalsBagels. Seven Mile Cafe Breakfast, brunch and lunch spot, including vegan options. 311 W. Congress St. Daily 7am-3pm. 940-808-0200. www.

CHINESE Buffet King Dining spot serves more than 200 items of Chinese cuisine,

Mongolian grill and sushi. 2251 S. Loop 288. Mon-Thurs 11-9:30, Fri-Sat 11-10, Sun 11-9. $-$$. 940-387-0888. Chinatown Cafe Bountiful buffet guarantees no visit need taste like another. Good selections include cucumber salad, spring rolls, orange chicken, crispy pan-fried noodles, beef with asparagus, steamed mussels. Beer and wine. 2317 W. University Drive. Mon-Thurs 11-9, Fri 11-10, Sat 11:30-10, Sun 11:30-10. $. 940-3828797. Golden China Small restaurant boasts quick and friendly service. Nice selections on buffet tables include wonton and egg drop soups, teriyaki chicken and hot pepper chicken. Beer and wine. 717 I-35E, Suite 100. Daily 11-10. $. 940-566-5588. Taipei Railroad Restaurant 4405 Pockrus Paige Road. Mon-Sat 5-9pm. 940-387-3871.

COFFEE AND TEA Amitea 708 N. Locust St. Mon-Thurs 8am-8pm, Fri-Sat 8am-9pm. 940382-8898. Big Mike’s Coffee Shop Fair-trade coffee and smoothies near UNT. 1306 W. Hickory St. Open 24 hours daily. $. 940-383-7478. Jupiter House Coffeehouse on the Square offers espresso, coffee, smoothies, shakes, teas and other drinks, as well as pastries and snacks. 106 N. Locust St. Daily 6am-midnight. $. 940-387-7100. Kaleo Bubble Tea & Coffee 1400 S. Loop 288, Suite 108. Daily 7am-10pm. 940-387-4848. www. Naranja Cafe Famous for its bubble tea, this shop also serves teas, juices, smoothies and coffee. 906 Ave. C. Suite 100. $ 940-483-0800. Seven Mile Coffee 529 Bolivar St. Daily 7am-8pm. www.sevenmile Zera Coffee Co. Features artisan coffee and specialty coffee drinks and light snacks. Free Wi-Fi. 420 E. McKinney St., Suite 106. Mon-Sat 6ammidnight. $. 940-239-8002.

ECLECTIC Bears Den Food Safari Dine with two rescued bears at Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch’s restaurant, specializing in brick oven pizza. Full bar. 11670 Massey Road, Pilot Point. Tues-Fri 5-9pm, Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-4pm. $-$$. 940-686-5600. www.bears The Club at Gateway Center Three-course meal for $7.50 at restaurant run by hospitality management students. Spring season runs through April 25. Reservations recommended. For schedule and menu, visit In UNT’s Gateway Center across from Fouts Field. Mon-Fri, with seating 11am-12:15pm. $. 940-565-4144. All About Mac This “macaroni and cheese emporium” near UNT offers more than two dozen flavors. 1206 W. Hickory St. Sun-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11am-3am. 940-808-1003. www.all

FINE DINING The Great American Grill at Hilton Garden Inn, 3110 Colorado Blvd. Dinner: Daily 5-10pm. 940-891-4700. The Greenhouse Restaurant

Casual dining atmosphere complements fresh seafood, beef and chicken from the grill. Even vegetarian selections get a flavor boost from the woodpile. Starters are rich: spinachartichoke dip, asiago olives. Refined cocktails and rich desserts. Patio dining available. 600 N. Locust St. Mon-Thurs 11-10, Fri 11-11, Sat 12-11, Sun noon-9 (bar stays open later). $-$$. 940-484-1349. www.greenhouse Hannah’s Off the Square Executive chef Sheena Croft’s “upscale comfort food” puts the focus on local, seasonal ingredients. Steaks get A-plus. Tempting desserts. Full bar. No checks. 111 W. Mulberry St. Lunch: Mon-Sat 11-3. Brunch: Sun 10:30am-3pm. Dinner: Sun-Mon 4:30-9; Tues-Thurs 4:30-10; Fri-Sat 4:30-11. $$-$$$. 940-566-1110. Queenie’s Steakhouse Chef Tim Love’s steakhouse just off the downtown Square. Live jazz nightly. Full bar. 115 E. Hickory St. Lunch: Fri 11:30-2:30. Dinner: Wed-Thurs 4:3010pm, Fri-Sat 4:30-11pm. $$-$$$. 940-442-6834. www.queeniessteak The Wildwood Inn Elegant dining room tucked away in a bed and breakfast. Excellent food like hearty soups, Angus rib-eye, meal-size salads and daily specials. Beer and wine. 2602 Lillian Miller Parkway. Thurs-Sat 6-10pm. $$$. 940-2434919.


Denton County Independent Hamburger Co. Custom-built burgers with a juicy, generous patty, fresh fixings on a worthy bun. Also available: chicken sandwich and limited salad bar. Beer. 715 Sunset St. Mon-Sat 11-8. $. 940-382-3037. Lone Star Attitude Burger Co. Gourmet burgers, sandwiches, salads and more in a joint that doubles as a shrine to Texas music and has a rooftop view of the Square. Full bar. 113 W. Hickory St. Mon-Wed 11ammidnight, Thurs-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-midnight. $-$$. 940-383-1022. Mr. Frosty Old-timey joint has all your fast-food faves but with homemade quality, including its own root beer. Atmosphere and jukebox take you back to the ’50s. 1002 Fort Worth

Drive. Tues-Sun 11am-11pm. $. 940387-5449. RG Burgers & Grill 2430 S. I-35E, Suite 172. Sun-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-10. 940-383-2431. rgs.html.

HOME COOKING Babe’s Chicken Dinner House 204 N. Fourth St., Sanger. Tues-Fri 4:30-9pm, Sat 11-9 and Sun 11-3. $-$$. 940-458-0000. Bonnie’s Kitchen 6420 N. I-35. 940-383-1455. Cartwright’s Ranch House Restaurant on the Square serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, featuring chicken-fried steak, hamburgers and steaks. Family-style service available.

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Caesar Island Mediterranean Food 7650 S. I-35E, Suite 112, Corinth. 940-269-4370. Jasmine’s Mediterranean Grill and Hookah Lounge 801 Sunset St. Sun-Thurs 11am-1am, Fri-Sat 11am-2am. 940-898-1800. http:// Michael’s Kitchen Family-owned restaurant offers a Greek/Lebanese menu — hummus, gyros, dolmas and kafta — plus American food, for all three meals. Breakfast buffet weekdays. BYOB. 706 Fort Worth Drive. Daily 5:30am-10pm. $. 940-382-3663. Yummy’s Greek Restaurant Small eatery with wonderful food. Tasty salads, hummus, falafel, dolmas and kebabs. Good veggie plate and gyros. Yummy cheesecake and baklava. BYOB. 210 W. University Drive. Mon-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-10, Sun noon-9. $-$$. 940-383-2441.

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DINING Continued from Page 11 111 N. Elm St. 940-387-7706. Jay’s Cafe 110 W. Main St., Pilot Point. 940-686-0158. OldWest Cafe As winner of the Best Breakfast and Best Homestyle Cooking titles in Best of Denton 2009 through 2013, this eatery offers a wide selection of homemade meals. Denton location: 1020 Dallas Drive. Mon-Sat 6am-2pm, Sun 7am-2pm. $. 940-382-8220. Sanger location: 711 N. Fifth St. Daily 7am-2pm. 940-4587358. 817-442-9378. Prairie House Restaurant Open since 1989, this Texas eatery serves up mesquite-grilled steaks, baby-back ribs, buffalo burgers, chicken-fried rib-eyes and other assorted dishes. 10001 U.S. Highway 380, Cross Roads. Daily 7:30am-10pm. $-$$. 940-4409760.

ICE CREAM Beth Marie’s Old-Fashioned Ice Cream and Soda Fountain Parlor with lots of yummy treats, including more than 40 ice creams made on premises. Soups and sandwiches at lunch. 117 W. Hickory St. Mon-Wed 11-10pm; Thurs 11-10:30; Fri-Sat 11-11:15; Sun noon-10pm. 940-384-1818. Unicorn Lake location: 2900 Wind River Lane. Mon-Wed 11-9; Thurs 11-10; Fri-Sat 11-11; Sun noon-9pm. 940-5911010.

INDIAN Bawarchi Biryani Point 909 Ave. C. 940-898-8889. www.bawarchi Rasoi, The Indian Kitchen Housed in a converted gas station, this Indian dining spot offers a small but carefully prepared buffet menu of curries (both meat and vegetarian), beans, basmati rice and samosas. 1002 Ave. C. Daily 11am-9:30pm. $. 940-5666125.

ITALIAN Aviano Italian Restaurant Traditional Italian fare, including lasagna, pastas with meat and marinara sauces. Lunch specials till 2 p.m. on weekdays. BYOB. 5246 S. U.S. Highway 377, Aubrey. Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm. $. 940-365-2322. Bagheri’s 1125 E. University Drive, Suite A. 940-382-4442. Don Camillo Garlic gets served straight up at family-owned restaurant that freely adapts rustic Italian dishes with plenty of American imagination. Lasagna, chicken and eggplant parmigiana bake in woodfired oven with thin-crusted pizzas. 1400 N. Corinth St., Suite 103, Corinth. Mon-Wed 11-2:30, 5-9; Thurs-Sat 11-2:30, 5-10. 940-321-1100. Fera’s Excellent entrees served bubbling hot. Rich sauces, firm pastas and billowing garlic rolls. Dishes served very fresh. Desserts don’t disappoint. Beer and wine. No credit cards. 1407 W. Oak St. 940-382-9577. Mon-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11. $-$$. Genti’s Pizza and Pasta 4451 FM2181, Suite 125, Corinth. Mon-Sat 11-10, Sun noon-9. $-$$. 940-497-

5400. Giuseppe’s Italian Restaurant Romantic spot in bed and breakfast serves Northern Italian and Southern French cuisine. Beer and wine. 821 N. Locust St. Mon-Thurs, 11-2, 5-9, Fri 11-2 & 5-10, Sat 5-10. Sun 10:30-2. $-$$. 940-381-2712. Luigi’s Pizza Italian Restaurant Family-run spot does much more than pizza, and how. Great New York-style pies plus delicious southern Italian dishes, from lunch specials to pricier meals. Nifty kids’ menu. Tiramisu is dynamite. Beer and wine. 2317 W. University Drive. Sun & Tues-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11. $-$$. 940-591-1988.

JAPANESE Haru Sushi & Grill 2430 S. I-35E, Suite 126. 940-383-3288. I Love Sushi 917 Sunset St. MonThurs 11am-3pm & 5-10pm, Fri 11am-3pm & 5-10:30pm; Sat noon-10:30pm; Sun 12:30-9pm. $$. 940-891-6060. J Sushi 1400 S. Loop 288, Suite 100. 940-387-8833. Keiichi Sushi chef Keiichi Nagano turns eel, fluke, squid, salmon, yellowtail and tuna into sashimi. Daily fish specials and pasta dishes served with an Asian flair. Homemade tiramisu and fruit sorbets. Reservations recommended. Wine and beer. 500 N. Elm St. Tues-Sat 5-11. $$-$$$. 940382-7505. Shogun Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 3606 S. I-35E, Suite 100. 940-3827800. Sushi Cafe 1401 W. Oak St. 940380-1030.

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MEXICAN/TEX-MEX Casa Galaviz Comfortable, homey atmosphere at small, diner-style restaurant that caters to the morning and noon crowd. Known for homemade flour tortillas and authentic Mexican dishes from barbacoa to menudo. BYOB. 508 S. Elm St. MonFri 7-7; Sat-Sun 7-5. $. 940-3872675. Chilitos Delicious guacamole; albondigas soup rich with chunky vegetables and big, tender meatballs. Standout: savory pork carnitas. Attentive, friendly staff. Menudo on weekends, breakfast anytime. Daily lunch specials. Full bar. 621 S. Lake Dallas Drive, Lake Dallas. Mon-Fri 11-9, Sat 10-9. $-$$. 940-321-5522. El Chaparral Grille Restaurant serves a duo of American and Mexican-style dishes for breakfast, lunch and catering events. Daily specials, and breakfast buffet on Sundays. 324 E. McKinney St., Suite 102. Mon-Fri 7am-2pm; Sun 8am-2pm. $. 940-2431313. El Guapo’s Huge menu encompasses Tex-Mex and Mexican standards as well as ribs, brisket and twists like Santana’s Supernatural Quesadillas (fajita chicken and bacon) and jalapeno-stuffed shrimp. Ilada Parilla Asada steak with avocado was a little salty; enchiladas are very good. Full bar. 419 S. Elm St. Mon-Fri 11-10, Sat-Sun 11-11. $$. 940-566-5575. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Eatery stakes claim of wide variety in local taco

territory. Soft and crispy tacos available with shrimp, fish, chicken, garlic shredded beef and veggies. Breakfast burritos too. Beer, wine and margaritas. $. Multiple locations. Downtown Denton: 115 Industrial St. Mon-Tues 6:30am-10pm, Wed 6:30am-11pm, Thurs 6:30am-midnight, Fri-Sat 7am-2am, Sun 6:30am-10pm. 940380-8226. I-35E location: 2412 S. I-35E, 940-488-4779. La Estrella Mini Market 602 E. McKinney St. 940-566-3405. La Mexicana Strictly authentic Mexican with enough Tex-Mex to keep locals happy. Chili relleno is a winner, with earthy beans and rice. Chicken enchiladas are complex, savory. Also available: more than a dozen seafood dishes, and menudo served daily. Swift service with plenty of smiles. Beer. 619 S. Locust St. Daily 9-10. $. 940-483-8019. La Milpa Mexican Restaurant 820 S. I-35E, Suite 101. 940-3828470. Los Toreros 2900 Wind River Lane, Suite 134. Sun-Thurs 11am-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 11am-midnight. 940-390-7693. Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant Authentic Mexican dining includes worthy chicken enchiladas and flautas. Fine standard combo choices and breakfast items with reasonable prices. Quick service. Beer and wine. 1928 N. Ruddell St. Tues-Fri 11-9:30, Sat 8am-9:30pm, Sun 8-4. $. 940566-1718. Mi Casita Mexican Food Fresh, tasty, no-frills Tex-Mex at good prices. Tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, chalupas and more plus daily specials and breakfast offerings. Fast and friendly service. Beer and wine. 110 N. Carroll Blvd. Mon-Sat 7am-9pm. $. 940-891-1932. Mi Casita Express: 905 W. University Drive, 940-891-1938. Mi Casita: 2221 S. I-35E, 940-8911500. Miguelito’s Mexican Restaurant The basics: brisk service, family atmosphere and essential selections at a reasonable price. Sopapillas and flan are winners. Beer and margaritas. 1412 N. Stemmons St., Sanger. 940458-0073. Mi Ranchito Small, family-operated, authentic Tex-Mex spot with $5.50 lunch specials Tues-Fri. Beer. 122 Fort Worth Drive. Tues-Thurs 11am-3pm, 5-9:30pm; Fri-Sun 11-10. $. 940-3811167. Raphael’s Restaurante Mexicano Not your standard Tex-Mex — worth the drive. Sampler appetizer comes with crunchy chicken flautas, fresh guacamole. Pechuga (grilled chicken breast) in creme good to the last bite, and beef fajitas are juicy and flavorful. Full bar. 26615 U.S. 380 East, Aubrey. Tues-Sat 11-10, Sun 11-9. $-$$. 940-440-9483. Rusty Taco 210 E. Hickory St. 940483-8226. Taco Lady 1101 E. McKinney St. 940-380-8188. Taqueria El Picante 1305 Knight St., Suite A. Mon-Fri 10-6, Sat-Sun 8-5. 940-382-2100. Tortilleria Tierra Caliente 1607 E. McKinney St., Suite 800. 940-5916807. Tortilleria La Sabrocita 201 Dallas Drive. 940-382-0720. Veronica’s Cafe 803 E. McKinney St. 940-565-9809.

Villa Grande Mexican Restaurant 12000 U.S. 380 East, Cross Roads. 940-365-1700. Denton location: 2530 W. University Drive, 940382-6416.

MIDDLE EASTERN Green Zatar Family-owned restaurant/market does it all from scratch, and with speed. Meats like gyros and succulent Sultani Kebab, plus veggie combo and crunchy falafel. Superb saffron rice and sauteed vegetables; impressive baklava. BYOB. 609 Sunset St. Daily 11-10. $-$$. 940-3832051.

NATURAL/VEGETARIAN The Bowllery Rice, noodle and veggie bowls featuring sauces and dressings made from scratch, with teriyaki and other meats as well as vegan and gluten-free options. Fresh juices and smoothies. 901 Ave. C, Suite 101. Tues-Sun 11am-9pm. $-$$. 940-383-2695. http://thebowllery. com. Cupboard Natural Foods and Cafe Cozy cafe inside food store serves things the natural way. Winning salads; also good soups, smoothies and sandwiches, both with and without meat. Wonderful breakfast including tacos, quiche, muffins and more. 200 W. Congress St. Mon-Sat 8-8, Sun 10-7. $. 940-387-5386.

PIZZA Bosses Pizza 420 E. McKinney St. Sun-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm. 940-382-8537. www. Crooked Crust 101 Ave. A. 940-5655999. J&J’s Pizza Pizza lovers can stay in touch with their inner-collegiate selves through cold mugs of premium draft. Bountiful, homemade pizza pies, in N.Y. style or deep-dish Chicago style. Salads, hot and cold subs, calzones, lasagna and spaghetti. Beer. 118 W. Oak St. 940-382-7769. MonSat 11am-midnight. $-$$. Last Drop Tavern Neopolitan-style pizzas cooked in a wood-burning oven. Food served Mon-Thurs 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat 11am-midnight, Sun noon-11pm. 508 S. Elm St. 940-8081651. Mellow Mushroom 217 E. Hickory St. Sun-Wed 11am-10pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-midnight. 940-323-1100. Palio’s Pizza Cafe 1716 S. Loop 288. 940-387-1900. TJ’s Pizza Wings & Things 420 S. Carroll Blvd., Suite 102. 940-3833333.

SANDWICHES O’Philly — A Cheesesteak Cafe Restaurant specializing in Philadelphia cheesesteaks, along with hot dogs, wraps, sandwiches and melts. 2430 I-35E, Suite 164. Sun-Thurs 11-8, Fri-Sat 11-9. 940-488-9219. http:// New York Sub-Way 305 W. University Drive. 940-566-1823. New York Sub Hub Bread baked daily and fresh ingredients, even avocado. Broccoli and cheese soup is impressive; “All Stops” features almost every cold-cut imaginable. $. 906 Ave. C. Mon-Sat 10-10, Sun 11-10. 940-383-3213. Other locations: 1400 S. Loop 288, Suites 102-2, in Denton

Crossing; Mon-Sun 10:30-10; 940383-3233. 4271 FM2181, No. 308, in Corinth; Mon-Sat 10:30-9, Sun 11-7; 940-497-2530. Weinberger’s Deli Chicago-style sandwiches including the Italian beef bistro, sausages, gyros, soups and more. 311 E. Hickory St., Suite 110. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-3pm. 940-566-5900. www.weinbergers

SEAFOOD Dani Rae’s Gulf Coast Kitchen 2303 S. I-35E. Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm. 940-898-1404. Frilly’s Seafood Bayou Kitchen Plenty of Cajun standards and Texas fusion plates. Everything gets plenty of spice — sometimes too much. Sides like jalapeno cornbread, red beans and rice are extra. Beer and wine. 1925 Denison St. Sun-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-9:30. $$. 940-243-2126. Hoochie’s Oyster House 207 S. Bell Ave. Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm. 940-383-0104. http://

STEAK Ranchman’s Cafe Legendary cafe sticks to old-fashioned steaks and tradition. Oversized steaks and delicious chicken-fried steak. Homey meringue pies; order baked potato ahead. BYOB. 110 W. Bailey St., Ponder. Sun-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-10. $-$$$. 940-479-2221. www.ranch Trail Dust Steak House Informal dress (neckties will be clipped). Dance to live C&W. 26501 U.S. 380 East, Aubrey. $$. 940-365-4440.

THAI Andaman Thai Restaurant Extensive menu continues trend of good Asian food in Denton. Fried tofu is a home run. Pad Thai noodles have perfect amount of sweetness. Homemade coconut ice cream, sweet rice with mango. Beer and wine. 221 E. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 11am-3pm & 4-9:30pm; Sat-Sun noon-9:30pm. $$. 940-591-8790. www.andamanthai Oriental Garden Restaurant Thai stir-fried dishes, with some Japanese and Chinese specialties. Homemade ice cream: coconut, green tea, Thai tea & lychee. 114 Ave. B. Mon-Sat 11-9. $-$$. 940-387-3317. Thai Square Restaurant 209 W. Hickory St., Suite 104. Tues-Thurs 11am-3pm & 5-9:30pm; Fri 11am-3pm & 5-10pm, Sat 11:30am-10pm, Sun 11:30am-9pm. $$. 940-380-0671. Sweet Basil Thai Bistro 1800 S. Loop 288, Suite 224. 940-484-6080. Thai Ocha Dishes that are as tasty as they are pretty. Lunch specials can be made with chicken, pork, vegetables or beef; hot and spicy sauce makes even veggie haters go after fresh veggies with zeal. Quiet setting. BYOB. 1509 Malone St. Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, 5-10pm; Sat 11:30-10; Sun 11:30-9. $-$$. 940-566-6018.

VIETNAMESE Viet Bites 702 S. Elm St. 940-8081717. Mon-Thurs 11-8:30; Fri-Sun 11-9.



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houses: unfurnished CAMPUS SQUARE APTS Call 940-387-5565

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1 bedroom House with Backyard. All Bills Paid. Nice Neighborhood. W/D, Internet & Cable TV. $720/mo. $300 Dep. 940-566-3579/ 940-735-4100.

Walk to UNT -- Efficiency, 1 & 2 BR starting at $450 & up 3/1. Super Clean Brick. CH/A. PUBLISHER’S NOTICE FREE CABLE & WATER Nice Stove and Refrigerator, All real estate advertised herein is Low elec. bills. 6/9/12 mo. lease. Fenced Backyard, Storage Shed. subject to the Federal Fair Hous2/1 $705/mo; 2/2 $730/mo $975/mo. 909 Manhattan. ing Act, which makes it illegal to 1/1 $600-$615. Walk to UNT. Call Floyd Realty 940-595-7555. advertise "any preference, limitaour friendly staff at 940-382-3100. tion, or discrimination because of FREE RENT! Remodeled 1, 2, 3204 AVON -- 3 Bdrms 2 Bath race, color, religion, sex, handi2 car garage, all new kitchen & 3 BR. Hollyhills Apts 940cap, familial status, or national 382-6774. 900 Londonderry.Open appliances, wood floors, fenced origin, or intention to make any yard, $1200/mo 940-565-9331 M-F 8:30a-5:30p, Sat 10a-2p such preference, limitation, or discrimination." We will not knowingGet a GREAT DEAL on ly accept advertising for real esOff Campus living, tate which is in violation of the 209-213 Ave G - 2 Bedroom, law. All persons are hereby in1 Bath Apartments. 3515 Country Club 2 Bdrm formed that all dwellings adver$625/mo, Water Included. 1 Bath, 1 car garage $1000/mo. tised are available on an equal Contact Esthela Hall è 940-566-5717 see video at opportunity basis 214-616-2183 Se habla espanol. JUSTIN 2 Bdrm 1 Bath Studio 6565 FM 1830 Argyle. 3/2/2 $610/mo $200 deposit, 2000 sq ft on 2.5 Acres. Pets, $50 application fee, 1 yr lease Horse OK. $1800/mo + Dep. $0 rent for 2 weeks term only. Call 940-382-3100 Avail. 4/1. Call 940-455-7217.

$ 425 - $ 2000 *prices subject to change Houses, Duplexes & Apartments Open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm Saturday by Appt.

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Rental Assistance

1 & 2 BEDROOM APTS with Rental Assistance for Qualified Applicants in Valley View 940-665-0501or 940-726-3798

Shadowwood Apts Denton! 1 & 2 Bedrooms. Specials avail. Open Mon, Wed, Fri 10am-3pm, 940-387-0452 1 Bedroom Apartment. $595 + utilities. 2110 W. Hickory St. in Denton. No pets. Call 940-390-1924

houses w/acreage


manufactured homes

Mobile Home Repos and Foreclosures Wholesale to the PUBLISHER’S NOTICE Joe The Garage Door Man public. Call Kathy 817-884-7152 All real estate advertised herein Doors & Openers Repaired R 36365 is subject to the Federal Fair New Installs Housing Act, which makes it il940-367-5123 Nice 2+2+2 MH, 1 Acre, 2 decks legal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimina- $5000 down $500/mo. $29K total. Steel roof, wood floors, Vinyl tion because of race, color, relisiding. Nocona TX 940-372-3577 Denton Publishing assumes no gion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or inresponsibility for advertising conCustom 4/2/2 Home in Wind tention to make any such preftent. Be aware of licenses/ TOP CASH PRICES River Estates, 2417 Kariba erence, limitation, or discrimiinsurances needed or required by PAID FOR USED 2428 sft. formal dining, open nation." We will not knowingly law to perform certain services or MOBILE HOMES. kitchen, great backyard, plus accept advertising for real esbefore purchasing certain services Call 817-395-2990 much more. $ tate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby in972-591-1552 ext. 2417 formed that all dwellings adverCUSTOM S. DENTON HOME tised are available on an equal 3/2/2 1800 sf, gated, fncd, fans, opportunity basis. LANGSTON’S Handyman Denton Publishing assumes no fp, w/d, frmls, br bar, w-in’s, c/tile I do tile, wood floors, minor responsibility for advertising conpets ok $1295+dp. 940-383-1940 electric. Build fences, decks, tape tent. Be aware of licenses/ insurances needed or required by and bed & paint 940-390-9989 HOUSE for RENT! law to perform certain services or before purchasing certain services 1204 Broadway Street - Denton

Small 2 Bdrm/1.5 Bath , Upstairs. $600/mo + $300 Dep. + Utilities. 605 Fallmeadow Cir. No Pets. 940-382-9463/ 940-391-1602.

Deal Directly with Builder Special 100% Financing Certain Conditions Builder spec for Sale w/1 ac 3 Bedroom & 2 Bath STUDIO APARTMENT -2nd Floor $209,900.00. Builder will give Hardwood Floors, 321 Withers in Denton on 815 B Sunset - Denton. Buyer $10,000.00 for Upgrades2 Car Garage, Fenced Yard, CUTE 1 Bdrm 1 Bath, walk to $550 + Electric. fence-pool-detached building, Storage Room, Washer/Dryer. TWU. $510/mo. + residents pay 940-368-4275. New furniture, whatever the Buyer $1125/month. electric & gas. 940-382-3100 wants! Located in beautiful Available for April 1st Move In! Westover Ranch No HOA Call 940-206-5724 ("the La Cross" floor plan)-low taxes(1.85%) 3 Bedrooms-2 Car WESTWIND APARTMENTS LOOKING TO RENT? garage Granite Tops. Stainless $99 to Apply. Large Floor Plans. Call CAMI today Steal appliances- 5 Star Energy 3/2 $900 1710 Sam Bass to set up a search! Builder will pay title, survey, & Large Enclosed Patios 940-382-1535. Call 940-391-1614. buyer’s closing costs. Available Greenway Patio Townhomes NOW- Call David Jackson2912 Augusta @ Greenway Near UNT- 3/2/2. CH/A (940.206.6603) ASAP! Appoint940-387-8741, 940-368-1814 2003 Westwood. $1100/mo. ments: M-F (10-3) Saturday (10-2) Largest Units in Denton! 3/2/1. 408 Gardenview St., Call Crouch Realty Fenced in Backyard, New A/C, 940-382-6707. MUST SELL ! $850/mo + $850 Dep. No Sec8. 629 SOUTH RUDDELL 940-380-0402. Remodeled. 3 Bedrooms. Studio Apt. Vintage Bungalow 1 Bath. Call 972-242-0933 Walk to UNT. W/D, 425 sq ft., ** AMAZING COMMUNITY ** 0 Credit Check 2, 3 & 4 Bdrm $500/mo. 402 Denton St. Owner Finance, $7K down, Available now! Cute floor homes $550/mo to $1500/mo. $600/mo. Large 3BR, 1 1/2 bath, Drive By First. 940-300-7086. plans! Lease Today and For Rent or Sale open kitchen-den, hobby room, receive a $100 gift card Owner financing on land/home covered deck, by Nocona Lake, New Construction Special!! pkgs , 1/2 acre to 4 acres, Nocona TX 940-372-3577 Call 940-566-0033 Ponder ISD, kid/pet ok, 525 S. Carroll Blvd, #100, 1 BDRM 1 BATH 2 living areas Call 940-648-5263 Denton Tx. 76201 houses w/acreage 730 All bills paid, washer/dryer, vate, quiet, near NCTC. No pets. 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes - J & A 23 ACRE RANCH Overlooking $695/mo. Call 214-766-6056 Lake Ray Robert on Co Rd 231, Mobile Home Park, Ponder. Also lots Valley View. 3/2/2 + Suite & Barn. houses: 630 forStarting@$570/mo. $499K/ Negotiable 214-957-3642 rent. 940-465-9022, lv msg. unfurnished

Carriage House Assisted Living

$0 rent for 2 weeks $ 425 - $ 2000 Houses, Duplexes & Apartments

Studio & One Bedroom

Open Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm Saturday by Appt.

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ADVANCE-FEE LOANS Retirement Dream, 1 Acre, Big /CREDIT OFFERS Trees, Nice 16x80 M.H. $5K Close to Downtown Denton It’s illegal for companies doing Down, $400/mo. Gated area, 2 LUXURY OFFICE SUITES golf & fish. Lake Nocona, Mon- business by phone to promise you 1,128 & 564 Sq. Ft a loan & ask you to pay for it betague County 94-372-3577 Call 940-387-7467 for more info. fore they deliver. For info., call toll-free 1-877-FTC HELP JOIN THE BOOM! Come be a Public service msg from Denton part of Denton’s exciting new Publishing Co& Fed Trade Comm. downtown! 540 SF, walking dis1 ACRE LOTS FOR SALE OR tance to A-Train, ample parking. LEASE FOR DOUBLE WIDES Eric 940-382-6611 in the Ponder/Justin area. Ponder ISD. Moving Denton Publishing assumes no Assistance Available to responsibility for advertising Qualified Home Owners. content. Please be aware of Contact Jeff 940-648-5263 firewood measurements: Cord of firewood = 128 cu.ft. (8 ft long X 4 ft wide X 4 ft high) mobile/ 760 1/2 cord of firewood = 64 cu.ft.

Country View MHP Special! 2 & 3 bdrms. $695 a month. 2800 Fort Worth Dr. 940-380-1200

Denton Publishing assumes no responsibility for ad content. State Law requires child care providers to obtain permit from DFPS (Tx Dept of Family & Protective Svcs) to provide child care outside of a child’s home. Daycare providers must comply with applicable state & local licensing laws before placing ad. Consumers & daycare providers may learn more about licensing, regulation & permits required to operate child care in TX at /

DANIELSON CONCRETE All Types of Concrete & Asphalt Work! Slabs, Drives, Patios & Excavation. Commercial & Residential Free Estimates! Visa & Mastercard Accepted. 940-391-3830.

Jose’s Concrete Work-- patios, sidewalks, barns, curbs, slabs, Realtor Must Sale Because Of driveways, retaining walls. 940Health. 40 Acres. 2-Story Home. 595-6908, 940-536-4911 Free est. Shop and Barn. Good Hunting. Call For Details 940-393-0421.

Denton Publishing assumes no responsibility for advertising content. Be aware of licenses/ insurances needed or required by law to perform certain services or before purchasing certain services

Lease to Own 3 Bdrm 2 Bath Singlewide starting at $710. In mobile home community. 940-387-9914

LOTS from $330-$365/Month with Carport and/or Shed Up to $2000 Move In Incentive! Centrally located 940-387-9914

PROFESSIONAL BUILDERS Quality Cabinets/Countertops, Wood/Tile Floors-Walls. Remodeling. Call John 940-206-3568.


A.C.L.I. Dozer Service All types of dozer work and more! Quality work guaranteed. Call 940-367-8539

HOME REPAIR - HANDY MAN Int/Ext Painting, Roof, Fences, Tile, Ceiling Fans, General Maint. Free Estimates. 940-442-8380

Mike’s Clean Up Services. Trash, brush & junk hauled off. Friendly & dependable service. Call 940-453-2776

CELIA’S HOUSE CLEANING Quality service you can count on! Wk/biwkly/mo. 13 years exp. Refs avail. Ins & bonded. $15 off 1st service! Superior Housekeeping Serv. 940-594-8035 or 940-206-3889

Denton Publishing assumes no responsibility for advertising content. Be aware of licenses/ insurances needed or required by GILL’S LAWN SERVICE law to perform certain services or Cut trees, fence repair/bldg, mow, before purchasing certain services edge, weedeat, flower beds, trim bushes, rake leaves, free estimate 15% Sr discount 940-442-1440 or 940-442-1252

LEGENDARY LANDSCAPES & TURF MANAGEMENT Fertilizer & weed control, sod & landscape installation. Fully licensed & insured. Senior & military discounts. 14 yrs in business. Call 214-542-8221

CRC Carpentry--Decks-Windows--Slate Flooring int/ext, remodel/ repair Guttering--Metal Roofs-Skylights--Chimney Caps Solar Vents--Any Type Roof Repaired or Replaced 35 yrs in business. A+ BBB, Angies List, References. Call 940-383-0338

steel/portable/ wood buildings

LA Lawn Care LAWNS $25 ( website for more pricing info.) Mow, Edge, Weedeat, Blow front back & sides. Clean ups, Leaf removal, Shrub trimming, Weeds pulled, Fertilization. If you want to sign up with a 6 mow minimum you get 1 Free mowing--use it anytime you want (new customers only) --Convenient Credit Card Billing-FREE ESTIMATE Call Lance 940-390-3286 LONGHORN LAWN CARE SERVICES. Charles Rohrer 940-284-2851.


M & C METAL BUILDING & TREE REMOVAL . Call for Quotes! Call Matt 940-284-8324.

travel trailer/ rv sales/rent


RV & BOAT STORAGE 940-584-0080 Great Prices!

PRESERVE MEMORIES Convert 8-16mm/super 8 film/ pics/slides/negs/videos/ records-discs 940-231-5889

Affordable Mowing Mowing in Denton Co. since 1998 Call Dwight 940-435-9975

ARTISTIC SERVICES Murals, custom artwork, faux finish, paint effects, signage & more. UNT Grad 940-368-1529 All American Painting & Remodeling Int. Ext., Stain, Faux Patch & Repairs. 17+ yrs Exp. Free Estimates. 940-442-4545. PANTHER SIGN CO 60 yrs. Experience. Retired & Don’t Like It. Want to Go Back to Work. 940-382-3466.

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