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ON THE COVER Folk artist Susan Mapes Kemper uses a semi-pointillist technique — building images from dots of colorful paint — to reflect on the humorous and the whimsical around her. In her painting Hiding From Bath Time, a worried dog takes cover under a riot of blooming blossoms.
DENTON HOLIDAY LIGHTING FESTIVAL Maddie Tischler, then 4 years old, talked to Santa Claus during last year’s holiday lighting on the Square. The Denton Holiday Festival Association will flip the switch on the downtown lights at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 30. (Photo by Al Key) Story on Page 10
FIND IT INSIDE MUSIC Concerts and nightclub schedules. Page 4
MOVIES Reviews and summaries. Page 9
Courtesy photos/ Greater Denton Arts Council
Restaurant listings. Page 14
Art for all ages
Council opens exhibits for young readers, and second-act creatives
he Greater Denton Arts Council recently opened exhibitions in the Meadows and Gough galleries at the Center for the Visual Arts. The solo show “Blissful Blues and Pointillism Purples: Susan Mapes Kemper” will be in the Gough Gallery through Dec. 28. Kemper looks to her surroundings for inspiration, interpreting them in aggressive colors and straightforward renderings. Her muses are plants, animals and the stuff of domestic life. The artist leans toward humor, as in her painting Hiding From Bath Time. A worried dog sits stock-still beneath a shrub of fearless color. Kemper made her living as a science teacher. It was only after retirement that she took up the brush and began making images in a semi-pointillist style — meaning she uses dots of color to build representational images. “Like most folk artists, I am not a professionally trained artist, and have developed this
Author and illustrator Anita Lobel says that when she creates a book, she treats it as a play. In All the World’s a Stage, the actor is present with his masks of comedy and tragedy, and Horatio’s skull grins while a ship crosses a globe. style because I like to use texture and bright colors,” Kemper said. In the Meadows Gallery, the council presents “All The World’s a Stage: Anita Lobel.” Lobel is well known as a children’s book illustrator, with credits for Alison’s Zinnia, Away From Home and three
works inspired by her cat, Nini. It was with her childhood memoir, No Pretty Pictures: A Child of War, that Lobel earned a spot among the six finalists for the National Book Award. This exhibit, organized by the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature in Abilene, will be in the gallery
through Jan. 18. Gallery hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is free. The arts center, located at 400 E. Hickory St., will be closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays. — Lucinda Breeding
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THURSDAY 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Thanksgiving meal sponsored by The Village Church at Calhoun Middle School, 709 W. Congress St. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Thanksgiving meal at Rapha Life Center, 3730 E. McKinney St.
SATURDAY 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 a.m. to 2 p.m. — Holiday Hoops Basketball Tournament at Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 1300 Wilson St. Coed recreational, three-on-three tournament for adults only. Cost is $50 per team. Call 940-349-8575. 1 to 4 p.m. — Free community Thanksgiving dinner served by Prazim Ministries at the Aubrey Community Center, 226 Countryside Drive. Reservations are requested, but not required; call 940-365-2620 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 p.m. — Denton Fire Fighter Poker Run benefiting Michael Bell. The ride starts on the Denton Square and goes to Justin, Grapevine and Lewisville before ending at University Lanes, 1212 E. University Drive in Denton, for the Bowl-a-Thon. Cost is a $25 donation. To register in advance, call 469-831-9446 or e-mail email@example.com. Visit www.dentonfirefighters.org. 4 to 7 p.m. — Denton Fire Fighter Bowl-a-Thon benefiting Michael Bell, at University Lanes, 1212 E. University Drive. Walk-ins are welcome. Minimum donation of $10 to $20. Visit www.dentonfirefighters. org. 4 to 6 p.m. — Elisabeth von Trapp, granddaughter of Maria and Baron von Trapp, performs sacred and secular music — including Gregorian chant, Broadway favorites, early American hymns, spirituals, psalms set to her own compositions and a song or two from The Sound of Music — at Argyle United Methodist Church, 9033 Fort Worth Drive. Free. Visit www.argyleumc.org.
MONDAY 10 to 11:30 a.m. — Herbal Branch, a special-interest group of the Denton County Master Gardener Association, presents a program on “Savory and Herbal Blends as Seasonings” by Connie Watts at the Denton AgriLife Extension Office, 306 N. Loop 288, Suite 222. Call 940-349-2883. 7 to 8:45 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 or visit www.dentonlibrary.com.
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Bar Band will command “Stage Fright: Denton Does The Band” on Friday at Dan’s Silverleaf. From left are Grady Sandlin, Ryan Thomas Becker, Jeffrey Gruber and Tony Ferraro. Courtesy photo
Forgettable name, indelible music Holiday special: Bar Band and other locals cover the songs of The Band
pend enough time gigging with Denton indie bands and you’ll discover one of the most influential acts claimed by local musicians. No, not the Beatles (though the Fab Four are beloved here). The Rolling Stones, you say? Close, but no. The band in question is … The Band. As in the roots-rock outfit launched from North America by Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Richard Manuel and Robbie Robertson. On Friday, Denton’s enduring tribute group — generically named Bar Band — will play a marathon gig of The Band’s beefy catalog. “We’d done a show of Bruce Springsteen covers and later the Rolling Stones. But I’d wanted to do a show covering The Band for a long time,” said Grady Sandlin, a busy local drummer and the stage dad for Bar Band. “I started talking to Dan [Mojica] about wanting to do this, and I think it was his idea to book the show near Thanksgiving.” A post-Thanksgiving show aligns with Martin Scorsese’s documentary film of The Band’s final show, The Last Waltz. “It was filmed on Thanks-
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giving in 1978,” Sandlin said. The Band made about 10 studio albums, and collaborated with Bob Dylan on Planet Waves and The Basement Tapes. Sandlin, Bar Band’s drummer, was a fan of The Band for a long time. Then he saw The Last Waltz and slipped closer to disciple mode. “In 2003 or ’04, I saw the documentary and after that, I was hooked. It was one of those situations where I’m having to find everything they ever did. I get kind of obsessed,” Sandlin said. Bar Band’s bassist Tony Ferraro said the admiration for The Band is spread fairly evenly throughout the cover band. “We’re not putting a lot of pressure on ourselves to get down every last thing,” Ferraro said. “One of the romantic things about The Band is they were crazy. They were a little sloppy sometimes. It’s not like we’re trying to get every last note exact or just so. Sure, you want to honor the material because you love the music. But not to the point of copying the records.” Sandlin seconded that
notion. “I’m not so much interested in the mimic aspect of covering music,” Sandlin said. “It’s more about the musicians interpreting the music by this group. I think that’s much more interesting. All of us love this music, and each of us will bring that to the performance.” The show will be in two sets. Sandlin handpicked the music from “a really long playlist I had to cut down” to plan a concert of familiar songs, Bob Dylan collaborations and music from Levon Helm’s solo material. “The whole night will play out as a story for us,” Ferraro said. “The show’s put together carefully.” Sandlin said Bar Band won’t play a few songs that fans might expect to hear. But he’s itching to trot out a few other numbers for an audience. “I’d have to say I’m looking forward to ‘The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,’ and I’m really excited about doing ‘We Can Talk,’” Sandlin said. “Some of them are really hard and they’re a real pain …” “Yeah,” Ferraro said. “Those are the songs that are going to explode on the stage.” — Lucinda Breeding
STAGE FRIGHT: DENTON DOES THE BAND When: 8 to 11:30 p.m. Friday Where: Dan’s Silverleaf, 103 Industrial St. Details: Cover is $10. Visit www.dans silverleaf.com.
THEY’RE WITH THE BAND Friday’s show will feature Bar Band and other musicians: Grady Sandlin — drums and vocals Tony Ferraro — bass and vocals Ryan Thomas Becker — electric guitar and vocals Jeffrey Gruber — electric guitar, acoustic guitar and vocals Scott Danbom — keyboards, fiddle and vocals Guest artists: Brent Best, Chris and Kim Bonner, Chris Garver, Isaac Hoskins, George Neal and Aaron White
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TUESDAY 7 to 8:45 p.m. — North Branch Writers’ Critique Group, for those interested in writing novels, short stories, poetry or journals, at North Branch Library, 3020 N. Locust St. Free. Call 940-349-8752 or visit www.dentonlibrary.com. 7 p.m. — “Earthkind Gardening With Ornamentals,” a program presented by Iris Cromartie, a Denton County Master Gardener, at the Sanger Public Library, 501 Bolivar St. Free, but reservations are requested. Call 940-458-3257 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. 7 p.m. — Ryan High School presents Over the River and Through the Woods, a comedy by Joe DiPietro, in the school auditorium, 5101 E. McKinney St. Show raises money for theatre arts students’ trip to the Texas Thespian Festival in Houston. Tickets cost $10 at the door.
WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. — Nonfiction writer Aaron Teel, author of Shampoo Horns, reads from his work as part of the UNT Visiting Writers Series in Room 110 of the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building, 1704 W. Mulberry St. 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 and open to the public. Call 940-3498752.
MUSIC The Abbey Inn Restaurant & Pub 101 W. Hickory St. 940-566-5483. The Abbey Underground Each Tues, “Boombox” with DJ Big J, 10pm. Each Wed, “Bassment.” 100 W. Walnut St. Andy’s Bar 122 N. Locust St. 940565-5400. Art Six Coffee House Music, plays and gallery shows in a house converted into an arts space. No cover. No smoking inside. 424 Bryan St. 940-484-2786. www.facebook.com/ artsixcoffeehouse. Banter Sat: Alex Cannon Trio (jazz), 6pm; Mike Luzecky, 8pm; comedy, 10pm. Mon: Poetry Out Loud, 8pm. Live local jazz at 8pm each Fri and 6pm each Sat. 219 W. Oak St. 940565-1638. www.dentonbanter.com. Cool Beans 1210 W. Hickory St. 940382-7025. Dan’s Silverleaf Fri: “Stage Fright: Denton Does the Band” with Bar Band and guests, 8pm, $10. Sat: Eleven Hundred Springs, 10pm, $12$15. Sun: Hares on the Mountain, 5pm, free. Mon: Scott Nolan, 9pm. Tues: Riggs/Slater/Eckels Jazz Experience, 5pm, free. Wed: Link Chalon, 5pm, free. No smoking indoors. 103 Industrial St. 940-3202000. www.danssilverleaf.com. Denton Square Donuts Each Mon,
HOLIDAY EVENTS 6 p.m. Nov. 29 — Krum Christmas tree lighting in downtown Krum, in the lot next to Johnny Joe’s, 100 S. First St. Event includes caroling by first-graders from the Krum Early Education Center. 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Nov. 30 — Denton Holiday Lighting Festival on the downtown Square, featuring the lighting of the community Christmas tree, music and dance performances, visits with Santa, vendors and more. Free admission; toy donations requested for the community toy drive. Visit www.dentonholidaylighting.com. 8 p.m. Nov. 30 — UNT Holiday Concert featuring the A Cappella Choir, University Singers, Concert Choir, Collegium Singers and faculty soloist Carol Wilson, in Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center, on the north side of I35E at North Texas Boulevard. Tickets cost $10 for adults; $8 for seniors, non-UNT students, children, UNT faculty, staff and retirees; free for UNT students. Call 940369-7802 or visit www.thempac. com. 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 30 — Winter Fest at Jake’s Place Park, 100 Naylor Road in Oak Point. Event includes tree lighting, visits with Santa, petting zoo, children’s activities, food and more. Free; donations accepted for the Little Elm Food Bank and Oak Point Helping Hand. Call 972-294-2312, ext. 100. 8 a.m. Dec. 1 — 12th annual Santa Krum Run, a 1-mile walk and 5K and 10K races benefiting Krum city parks, at the Krum Early Education Center, 1513 Sequoia Drive. Registration starts at 7 a.m. Entry fee is $20 in advance or $25 on race day. Visit www.active.com. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 1 — Denton High School Choir arts and craft show at the school, 1007 Fulton St. Event includes
dozens of vendors, choir performances, kids’ zone, concession area and door prizes. Free. Call 940-3692000. 10 a.m. Dec. 1 — “A Shady Shores Christmas” at Shady Shores Town Hall, 101 S. Shady Shores Road, including tree lighting, games for kids, Santa and Mrs. Claus, treats, storytelling, caroling, hay rides and vendors. To enter the chili cook-off, see rules and entry form at www.shady-shores.com. 9 a.m. Dec. 1 — Krum’s North Pole Days Celebration including a craft show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Krum Early Education Center, 1513 Sequoia Drive. Parade of Lights starts at 6 p.m. Parade ends at Krum Middle School, 805 E. McCart St., where Krum FFA will have a chili supper. Visit http://www.ci.krum. tx.us. 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 1 — Christmas on the Square in Pilot Point, including music, lights, tree and cookie decorating, a cake walk and a visit from Santa. Call 940-6866488 or visit http://cityofpilot point.org. 4 p.m. Dec. 2 — “Celebrate Weihnachten,” a lecture and concert preview presented by the Denton Bach Society, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 703 N. Elm St. UNT professor Hendrik Schulze will discuss Bach and his Christmas Oratorio, which the society will perform on Dec. 9. Reception follows. Free; donations accepted. Visit www.dentonbach.com. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 — Reindeer Romp, a 4.2-mile run and 2.5-mile fun walk through the neighborhoods surrounding South Lakes Park, 556 Hobson Lane. Check-in will begin at 6:30 p.m. Register in advance for $15 at www.denton parks.com. To register a family or three or more for $12 per person, call 940-349-7275. 7 p.m. Dec. 7 and 3 p.m. Dec. 8
— Krum High School presents All I Want for Christmas is You, a holiday musical, in the school auditorium, 700-A Bobcat Blvd. Tickets are $5, free for children younger than 6. Local military families are invited to participate in a special finale presentation by emailing family pictures to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. One free ticket will be given to each family that provides a picture. For more information, contact Carol Turner by e-mail or at 940-482-2601. 6 p.m. Dec. 8 — Christmas Parade in downtown Sanger, including choir performances at 6 p.m., visits with Santa and lighting of the city Christmas tree. Parade starts on 10th Street at 6:30 p.m. For parade entry forms, visit http://sangertexas.org. E-mail email@example.com or call 940-390-9041. 3 p.m. Dec. 9 — Denton Bach Society presents Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in Winspear Performance Hall at UNT’s Murchison Performing Arts Center, on the north side of I35E at North Texas Boulevard. Tickets cost $20 for adults, $12 for seniors and students. For tickets, call 940-369-7802 or visit www.the mpac.com. 7 p.m. Dec. 10 — New Horizons Band concert benefiting Denton Christian Preschool, at First Presbyterian Church of Denton, 1114 W. University Drive. Program includes marches, Broadway tunes and holiday music. Free; donations accepted.
ONGOING Through Dec. 24 — Santa Claus is available for visits and photos at Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 S. I-35E. Bring a nonperishable food item for the Denton Community Food Bank and receive a $2 off coupon for photo packages at the Guest Ser-
vices Booth. Visit www.shopgolden triangle.com. Through Dec. 31 — Model train exhibit at the Wood House, 516 N. Locust St. Admission is a donation of canned goods for Denton County Friends of the Family. Display features trains and more than 200 miniature buildings. Regular hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays. To schedule viewings outside of these hours, call 940387-4098. Dec. 7-16 — Denton Community Theatre presents It’s a Wonderful Life at the Campus Theatre 214 W. Hickory St. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7-8 and Dec. 14-15, and 2 p.m. Dec. 9 and 16. Tickets cost $20 for adults, $18 for seniors, and $10 for students and children. Call 940-382-1915 or visit www. dentoncommunitytheatre.com.
IN THE AREA 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20-23 and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 22 — 3 Redneck Tenors’ “Christmas Spec-TacYule-Ar Show” at Medical Center of Lewisville Grand Theatre, 100 N. Charles St. in Lewisville. Tickets cost $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and $15 for children. Call 1-888407-8025 or visit http://3redneck tenors.com.
IN THE REGION Nov. 28-Dec. 2 — Performing Arts Fort Worth presents Reduced Shakespeare: The Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged) at McDavid Studio, 301 E. Fifth St. in Fort Worth. Tickets start at $27.50. Call 1-877-212-4280 or visit www.basshall.com. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 — St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church present “Welcome All Wonders” at 8011 Douglas Ave. in Dallas. Free, but tickets are required. Visit www.saintmichael.org.
Dallas Morning News file photo “Monday Moanin’ Blues” with Mr. Beard, 7:30-9:30am. 208 W. Oak St. 940-220-9447. www.denton squaredonuts.com. Fry Street Public House Each Tues, karaoke, 9pm, free. 125 Ave. A. 940323-9800. www.publichousedenton. com. Fry Street Tavern 940-383-2337.
www.thefrystreettavern.com. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop 115 Industrial St. 940-380-8226. The Garage Fri: Brandon Bush. Mon: Open mic. Wed: Matthew Slovac. 113 Ave. A. 940-383-0045. www.the dentongarage.com. The Greenhouse Mon: Jake Dexter. Live jazz each Mon at 10pm, free.
600 N. Locust St. 940-484-1349. www.greenhouserestaurantdenton. com. Hailey’s Club Fri: Spoonfed Tribe, DJ MC2, 57 Sauce, 9pm, $10-$12. Sat: “Turkey Bash VII” with Beergnomes, the Virgin Wolves, Not Half Bad, Polish Cops, the Nicholsons, 7pm, $3$5. Sun: Linvey, Richard Gilbert,
Dharma, You and Me, Tiger by Toe, 9pm, $4-$7. Mon: Boxcar Bandits, 10pm, free-$5. Wed: “Coffee Music Hub” hip-hop open-mic night with Mathew Clay, Dre Marley, Drunken Poet, Only Apez, DJ InternetTrapGod, host Shawn Cotton, 9pm, $5-$7.
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EVENTS Continued from Page 4 Weekly dance nights at 10pm, free$5: Sun, Denton Dance Collective; Tues, â€™90s music. 122 W. Mulberry St. 940-323-1160. www.haileysclub.com. J&Jâ€™s Pizza 118 W. Oak St. 940-3827769. www.jandjpizzadenton.com. The LABB 218 W. Oak St. 940-2934240. www.thelabbdenton.com. La Milpa Mexican Restaurant Each Fri, Mariachi Quetzal, 8pm. 820 S. I-35E, Suite 101. 940-382-8470. Lowbrows Beer and Wine Garden 200 S. Washington St., Pilot Point. 940-686-3801. www.lowbrows.us. Mable Peabodyâ€™s Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair 1125 E. University Drive, Suite 107. 940-5669910. Mad World Records 115 W. Hickory St. 940-591-3001. Oak St. Drafthouse 308 E. Oak St. 940-395-1950. oakstdrafthouse.com. Rockinâ€™ Rodeo Each Wed, â€œWild West Wednesdays.â€? 1009 Ave. C. 940-565-6611. www.rockinrodeo denton.com. Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios Fri: â€œDisciplineâ€? presents Boan, Silent Diane, Ssleeperhold, Vulgar Fashion, 9pm, $5-$7. Sat: Browningham, Cory Patrick Coleman, PurlSnapShirts, 9pm, $3-$5. Mon: Black Forest Fire, Poppy Red, Leslie Sisson, 10pm, $6$8. Tues: â€œCouples Going 90sâ€? with Yeahdef, 10pm, free. 411 E. Sycamore St. 940-387-7781. www.rubbergloves dentontx.com. Sweetwater Grill and Tavern Sun: Chris Seiter Sextet featuring Michael Palma. Mon: Jazz Open Mic Night with house band Michael Palma Trio. Tues: Drew Phelps. Shows on the patio, 7-9pm, free. 115 S. Elm St. 940484-2888. www.sweetwatergrilland tavern.com. Trail Dust Steak House 26501 E. U.S. 380 in Aubrey. 940-365-4440. www.trailduststeaks.net. UNT on the Square 109 N. Elm St. 940-369-8257. http://untonthe square.unt.edu. VFW Post 2205 Free karaoke at 8pm each Thurs, Fri and Sat. 909 Sunset St.
IN THE AREA 2 p.m. Sunday â€” Coats for Kids motorcycle ride to collect new coats for kids ages 5-12. Organizers will collect coats at Fuzzyâ€™s Taco Shop in Lewisville, 1288 W. Main St., Suite 117, and the ride will end at Fuzzyâ€™s Taco Shop in Denton, 115 Industrial St. Coats will be given to Denton ISD and community organizations for distribution. Visit www.coatsforkidsride.com.
LITERARY EVENTS Emily Fowler Central Library 502 Oakland St. 9am-6pm Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat; 9am-9pm Tues & Thurs; 1-5pm Sun. 940-349-8712. North Branch Library 3020 N. Locust St. 9am-9pm Mon-Wed, 9am6pm Thurs-Sat, 1-5pm Sun. 940-3498756. Chess Night Casual, non-tournament play, 6-8:45pm Mondays.
A holiday treat for yourself? Swanky door prizes await at local drinking hole If you blew off the competitive bargain hunts on Black Friday, Rockinâ€™ Rodeo can help out with its Holiday Jackpot starting on Saturday. Patrons can settle back with a beer or take a spin on the dance floor and wait to find out if theyâ€™ll win any of
Computer classes Call 940-3498752. Secondhand Prose Friends of the Denton Public Librariesâ€™ fundraising bookstore is open 9am-3pm & 5:308:30pm Mon, 9am-3pm Sat & 1-4pm Sun. North Branch Writersâ€™ Critique Group Writing novels, short stories, poetry or journals, 7pm Tuesdays. South Branch Library 3228 Teasley Lane. Noon-9pm Mon, 9am-6pm Tues & Thurs-Sat, 9am-9pm Wed, 15pm Sun. 940-349-8251.
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. 940-349-2865. www.denton county.com/bsh. 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. www.dentoncounty.com/dcaam. 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 940-2314520. www.bethlehemindentonco. com. 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
the $5,000 in prizes that await. The Holiday Jackpot starts on Saturday and runs every Saturday through Dec. 22 Patrons stand to win hightech favorites, such as the celebrated iPads and iPods, or they can hang their hopes on a trip to Jamaica or the Bahamas. Also in the prize bin: Oakley sunglasses, PlayStation 3 gaming consoles and bags of swag. If you have a live music lover on
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Photographic Exhibition of Southwestern Neon Signs From the 1970sâ€? by Mike Cochran, on display through Dec. 31. 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. Denton Haunts Ghost Tour 90minute walking tours of the downtown Square area, starting at 9 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at the gravesite of John B. Denton on the Courthouse on the Square lawn. Cost is $10. Not recommended for children younger than 10. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://dentonhaunts.wordpress.com. Gowns of the First Ladies of Texas Created in 1940, exhibit 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. Summer hours: FriSun 7am-7pm. 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. www.ias.unt.edu/llela. 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. UNT Sky Theater Planetarium in UNTâ€™s Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building, 1704 W. Mulberry St. 940-369-8213. http://skytheater.unt.edu.
your holiday list, you can also win a pair of tickets to every concert at Rockinâ€™ Rodeo in 2013. Doors open at 8 p.m. Drink specials accompany country and Western music mixed in with Top 40 and hip-hop music. Rockinâ€™ Rodeo is located at 1009 Ave. C. Thereâ€™s no cover for ages 21 and older. Ages 18 and older can get in with valid ID. â€” Staff report
SENIORS American Legion Hall Senior Center 629 Lakey Drive in Fred Moore Park. 10am-3pm Mon-Fri, 69pm 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 center.com. Ongoing activities: Alethaâ€™s Craft Store, open 9am1pm Mon-Fri. Call 940-349-8720. Dancing and potluck, live big band and country music every second and fourth Friday, 7-9:30pm, $5.
Movies 6pm each Wed. Free for Denton seniors. $1 for popcorn and soda. SPAN noon meal each Mon-Fri. $1.50 for seniors age 60 and older, $3.50 for those younger than 60. Chime Choir 9:30am Mon Pinochle 10:30am-1:30pm Mon Young at Heart band practice, 9am Tues, 10am Thurs Card workshop 9am first Tues Needlework group 9am Tues Red Hat Society 11am first Wed Tap dance classes, for beginners, intermediate/advanced, Wed nights or Fri mornings. Bridge Party bridge, 12:30pm Thurs; duplicate bridge, 1pm Wed Benefits counseling 1:30-4pm third Thurs Bingo 12:45pm first and third Fri Fridays With Friends 9-11am Fri. Volunteers create items to donate to Denton Regional Medical Center patients. Call Jeff or Jane at 940349-8720. Square dancing 7-10pm first and third Fri, $6 Ed Bonk Woodshop 9am-noon Mon-Thurs; 9am-noon Sat. $6 annual membership plus $1 per visit. RSVP Referral and placement service for volunteers age 55 and older. 1400 Crescent St. 940-383-1508.
ACTIVITIES 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 Village Good Samaritan, 2500 Hinkle Drive. Dues are $3 per month. Participants may bring a sack lunch. Call 940-
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565-9331 or e-mail donnasgregory@ gmail.com. Friday night community dances at Denton Senior Center 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. Admission is $5. The Senior Center is at 509 N.
Bell Ave. 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. www.greenspacearts.com. 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. The Triangle Squares Local square
dancing group meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Fridays each month at Denton Senior Center, 509 N. Bell Ave. Grand march starts at 8pm. Non-members pay $6 per person, members get in free. Call 214288-6883. Mainstream dance lessons at 7pm each Tues at 1424 Stuart Road.
Mon-Sat 9am-midnight. 940-4842786. Banter 219 W. Oak St. 940-5651638. Bolivar Street Gallery 212 Bolivar St., Suite 100 in Sanger. Fri-Sun 11am5:30pm. 940-390-4559. Center for the Visual Arts Greater Denton Arts Councilâ€™s galleries, meeting space and offices. 400 E. Hickory St. Free. Tues-Sun 1-5pm. 940-382-2787. www.dentonarts.com.
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DENTON PARKS AND RECREATION Youths ages 7 to 15 can receive one-on-one instruction in indoor rock climbing during â€œRock the Wallâ€? on Tuesdays, Dec. 4 through Jan. 8, at Denia Recreation Center, 1001 Parvin St. The center will offer an introductory course from 6 to 7 p.m. From 7 to 8 p.m., experienced climbers can learn advanced techniques. Each course costs $30, and all equipment is provided. Register by Nov. 30 by visiting www. dentonparks.com or by calling 940-349-8285. Register now for the following preschool-age programs: Kindergarten Prep, a half-day preschool program for ages 3 1/2 to 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and/or Tuesdays and Thursdays at North Lakes Recreation Center, 2001 W. Windsor Drive. The session runs
from Dec. 3 through Jan. 3. â€œHop â€™Til You Drop,â€? a structured playtime for ages 2 to 4, from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Mondays, Dec. 3-31, and/or Fridays, Dec. 7-28, at North Lakes Recreation Center. â€œPlay and Learn Frenchâ€? for ages 3 to 5 from 9:30 to 10:20 a.m. Wednesdays, Dec. 5 through Jan. 2, at North Lakes Recreation Center. â€œPreschool Naturalists: Birding 101â€? for ages 3 to 5, from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 7, at Clear Creek Natural Heritage Area, 3310 Collins Road. â€œPee Wee Sports Samplerâ€? for ages 3 1/2 to 4, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturdays, Dec. 8 through Jan. 12, at North Lakes Recreation Center. â€œPee Wee Sports Soccerâ€? for ages 3 1/2 to 4, from 11:40 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 8 through Jan. 12, at North Lakes Recreation Center.
For details and to register, visit www.dentonparks.com or call 940349-7275. Kick off the holidays by running or walking through the neighborhoods surrounding South Lakes Park during the Reindeer Romp on Friday, Dec. 7. Check-in will begin at 6:30 p.m., and the 4.2-mile run and 2.5-mile fun walk will both begin at 7:30 p.m. Register now at only $15 per person online at www.denton parks.com. Or, to register a family or three or more (must live at the same address) for $12 per person, call 940-349-7275. Denia Recreation Center is working closely with Santa Claus to send personalized letters from the North Pole! To have a letter from Santa sent to your child, friend or loved one, call 940-349-8136 by Dec. 7. Each letter costs $2.
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EVENTS Continued from Page 7 “Blissful Blues and Pointillism Purples,” an exhibition of paintings by Susan Mapes Kemper, runs through Dec. 28 in the Gough Gallery. “All the World’s a Stage,” an exhibition of art by Anita Lobel, runs through Jan. 18 in the Meadows Gallery. The Chestnut Tree 107 W. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat 9am2:30pm, Sun 11am-2pm. 940-5919475. www.chestnuttearoom.com. A Creative Art Studio 227 W. Oak St., Suite 101. Mon-Sat 12-6pm, Sun by appointment only. 940-442-1251. www.acreativeartstudio.com Cupboard Natural Foods and Cafe 200 W. Congress St. 940-387-5386. 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 gallery.com. Gallery 010 in the TWU student union, at the corner of Bell Avenue and Administration Drive. Mon-Thurs 8-9; Fri 8-5; Sun 1-9. Free. Green Space Arts Collective Studio/gallery available for rental. 529 Malone St. 940-595-9219. www.greenspacearts.com. Imagine Gallery at Denton Square Donuts, 208 W. Oak St. 972-2136543. www.imaginingorange.com. Impressions by DSSLC Store selling ceramics by residents of Denton State Supported Living Center. 105 1/2 W. Hickory St. 940-382-3399. Jupiter House 114 N. Locust St. 940-387-7100. La Meme Gallery At Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, 411 E. Sycamore St. www.lamemegallery.com. Oxide Fine Art & Floral Gallery 211 N. Cedar St. 940-483-8900. www.oxidegallery.com. PointBank Black Box Performing Arts Center Denton Community Theatre’s black box performance space. Mon-Wed 1-4pm, Fri 10:30am1pm, and during performances. 318 E. Hickory St. Paintings by Fran White Shurtleff on display through December. SCRAP Denton Nonprofit store selling reused materials for arts and crafts. 215 W. Oak St. 940-391-7499. www.scrapdenton.org. TWU Blagg-Huey Library MonThurs 7:30am-midnight, Fri 7:30am10pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 2pm-midnight. 1322 Oakland St. 940-8983701. www.twu.edu/library. TWU East and West galleries in the TWU Fine Arts Building, at Oakland Street and Pioneer Circle. Free. Mon-Fri 9-4, weekends by appointment. 940-898-2530. www.twu.edu/visual-arts. UNT Art Gallery in the UNT Art Building, 1201 W. Mulberry St. at Welch. Tues noon-5pm, Wed-Thurs 9:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat noon-5pm. Free. 940-565-4316. http://gallery.unt.edu. UNT Cora Stafford Gallery In UNT’s Oak Street Hall, 1120 W. Oak St. Tues-Fri 10am-2pm or by appointment. 940-565-4005. UNT Fashion on Main 1901 Main St. in downtown Dallas. Free. Thurs-Fri noon to 5 p.m. 940-565-2732 or 214-
752-8151. 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://untonthesquare.unt.edu. “The Dining Room Chair,” an installation by adjunct professor Kathy Lovas, runs through Monday, Nov. 26. UNT Union Gallery Level 3, UNT Union, 400 Ave A. Mon-Sat 8am10pm, Sun noon-10pm. 940-5653829.
www.unt.edu/union/gallery.htm. 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. Monthly meetings include minishows and demonstrations by visiting artists. Two annual juried exhibits. Visit www.vastarts.org or call Executive Director Lynne Cage Cox at 972-VAST-ORG.
SPORTS 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. 5:30am10pm 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).
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Life of Pi (##1/2) Ang Lee directs from Yann Martel’s allegorical novel about a boy, Pi Patel (Suraj Sharma), who travels with his family from India to Canada. A shipwreck lands him in a small boat with a group of zoo animals, all quickly reduced to a tiger. Man and beast coexist, supposedly giving Zen-like life lessons to the boy, who grows into a man (Irrfan Khan) who tells the story in flashback. Moderately entertaining pseudo-spiritual diversion with elaborate but not particularly awe-inspiring special effects. Rated PG, 127 minutes. — Boo Allen The Rise of the Guardians A very odd assortment of mythical childhood figures — the fearsome team of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman and Jack Frost — are thrown together as an unlikely set of action heroes in DreamWorks Animation’s attractively designed but overly busy and derivative mishmash of kid-friendly elements. Based on the book series Guardians of Childhood by William Joyce, the script plays fast and loose with these legendary fixtures of childhood. Jack (voiced by Chris Pine) is hard-pressed by a muscular Santa, known as North (Alec Baldwin), to join in the battle against a diabolical figure (Jude Law) who threatens to throw Earth into darkness and provide nightmares to kids everywhere. Rated PG, 97 minutes. — The Hollywood Reporter
Argo (###1/2) Ben Affleck directed and takes the lead role in this true story of a CIA operative who goes to Iran in 1980 posing as the producer of a bogus science-fiction film in order to extract six Americans hiding in the home of the Canadian ambassador. Abundant dark humor smoothly combines with frightening sequences and ample action. With an excellent supporting cast, including John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Clea DuVall and Tate Donovan. Rated R, 120 minutes. — B.A. Flight (####) Robert Zemeckis’ first live-action film since 2000’s Cast Away is thrilling, engrossing and even darkly funny at times. It’s anchored by a tremendous performance from Denzel Washington as Whip Whitaker, a veteran airline pilot and serious alcoholic. Major mechan-
Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence) and Pat (Bradley Cooper) meet cute in Silver Linings Playbook.
Offensive lines By Boo Allen
‘Playbook’ uses instability as an excuse for histrionics
Silver Linings Playbook never lacks for energy, as the abrasive new romantic comedy finds discomforting laughs by poking fun at people unable to control their own overactivity. Writer-director David O. Russell works from Matthew Quick’s novel about a man with bipolar disorder, an often irresistible cinematic wild card allowing directors and actors to indulge in extremes. Russell shamelessly steers his overstimulated characters through a series of artificial disasters, situations and confrontations. The director finds drama once again from grating sequences filled with unbalanced combative characters, just as he has in many of his films, such as 2010’s The
Fighter and 2004’s I Heart Huckabees. Reportedly, Russell’s aborted project Nailed would have probed similar ground. The allure to actors of playing such characters as those found in Silver Linings is apparent, as they receive license to cover a wide range of emotions without appearing contradictory. But they can seem artificially contrived, as does Pat Solitano (Bradley
Cooper), who leaves a Baltimore mental facility after eight months of incarceration because of erratic violent behavior. He returns to Philadelphia to live under a court order with his doting mother (Australian marvel Jacki Weaver) and his Philadelphia Eagles-obsessed father, Pat Sr. (Robert De Niro). The father’s constant footballthemed rants and the son’s immediate refusal to take medication conveniently shove the dramatics into confrontational territory. The obligatory romantic element arrives in the form of Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), another medication-taking wild card who happens to be the younger sister of Pat’s estranged wife. A movie-cute romance develops despite its
ical failure on a flight to Atlanta forces him to pull off a daring crash landing, and he’s hailed as a hero for saving so many lives. But the subsequent federal investigation also reveals his rampant substance abuse.
Don Cheadle, Bruce Greenwood and John Goodman all give strong supporting performances. Rated R, 135 minutes. — The Associated Press Here Comes the Boom (##1/2) This comedy, with Kevin James as a tubby
high school science teacher who becomes a mixed martial-arts sensation, is every bit as ridiculous as it looks. That’s not such a bad thing for the movie, whose makers embrace the fact that they’re essentially doing
Silver Linings Playbook Rated R, 122 minutes. Opened Wednesday at regional theaters.
obvious contrivance, not to mention that he’s 15 years older and they seem to have no chemistry, or anything at all, between them. Russell prolongs his narrative with a series of sequences that don’t add up to much besides emphasizing that these characters are all flawed beings capable of consistent inconsistency. The fact that the film’s grand climax lies on, first, a dance contest, and then, the outcome of an Eagles-Cowboys football game, is indicative of the overall vacuity. For their part, the actors adequately perform their showy parts, delivering rapid speeches with overlapping dialogue. It’s not their fault they are asked to go overboard making fun of people with an illness. a live-action cartoon. Rated PG, 104 minutes. — AP Lincoln (####) This is more a wonky, nuts-and-bolts lesson about
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COVER STORY RIGHT: Busy Denton musician, multi-instrumentalist and radio host Paul Slavens returns to the Denton Holiday Music Spectacular this year.
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Trombonist Steve Wiest, left, practices during a rehearsal for last year’s Denton Holiday Music Spectacular. Wiest, pictured here with fellow trombonist and bandleader of the Spectacular David Pierce, returns to the holiday stage next week.
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CENTER: Brent Best, the lead singer of Slobberbone, joins the Denton Holiday Music Spectacular with an original holiday tune, “Gum Drop.”
Courtesy photo/ Bubba Hernandez
City lights Homegrown performers shine when Denton flips the switch on the holiday season By Lucinda Breeding Features Editor
DENTON HOLIDAY LIGHTING FESTIVAL
When: 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30 Where: On the downtown Denton Square, 110 W. Hickory St. Details: Admission is free. Photos with Santa cost $7; horse-drawn wagon rides cost $3. Local nonprofit organizations will sell food. Parking: Free parking is available at the parking lots of Wells Fargo Bank, at Oak and Austin streets, and the Bayless-Selby House Museum, 317 W. Mulberry St. Parking for those with disabilities is located on the west side of the Wells Fargo building on Locust Street. Public transit: Free parking is also available at the MedPark Station, 3220 MedPark Drive, and other A-train stations with a free ride to the Downtown Denton Transit Center. Use the code word “mistletoe” to ride the A-train and Connect bus service free on the night of Nov. 30. Complimentary bus rides will be available from the transit center to the Square area. For schedules and more information, visit www.dcta.net.
ircle next Friday, Nov. 30, on your calendar. Denton has a date with twinkling lights, a night full of music and piping hot wassail. The Denton Holiday Lighting Festival is the night when city leaders join merry musicmakers, tiny dancers and loads of families to flip the switch. Come 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 30, Denton will be wearing wreaths, lights and a festive air for the holidays. This year marks the second year that the Denton Holiday Festival Association will start the holidays on a Friday — a move the group made last year to encourage more families to step out for carols, community performances and visits with Santa Claus. The local Convention and Visitors Bureau again entices Denton’s neighbors to the south with a A-train campaign advertising the festival. The party starts with music by the Denton Community
Band — what would the holiday lighting be without the Christmas carol sing-along led by Carol Lynn Mizell? — and ends with more music. This is the second festival with David Pierce as the man at the bandstand of the Denton Holiday Music Spectacular. This year, the Denton musician and composer said the band will roll out some dance tunes. “Last year was definitely a learning experience,” said Pierce, who composed and
arranged the music for the finale of the Holiday Lighting Festival. “Everything I set out to accomplish — I noticed when things would hit a lull. I watched the pacing of the show and enjoyed some of the really beautiful songs.” The 2011 festival was the first time that the concert finale offered a smorgasbord of local talent — of the Grammy-winning and indie sort. See LIGHTING on 13D
The crowd watches as Bonnie and Nick Norris perform “Santa Baby” with the Denton Holiday Orchestra last year. DRC file photo/Al Key
FESTIVAL STAGE At the corner of Hickory and Locust streets 5:30 to 5:45 p.m. — Denton Community Band 5:45 to 6 p.m. — Tree lighting 6 to 6:20 p.m. — Denton Community Band 6:30 to 6:50 p.m. — Festival Ballet of North Central Texas 7 to 7:20 p.m. — Denton High School Jazz Band 1 7:30 to 7:50 p.m. — V-Krewe Brass Ensemble PERFORMANCE STAGE Main stage on the lawn of the Courthouse on the Square 6:15 to 6:35 p.m. — Syncopated Ladies 6:45 to 7:05 p.m. — Glory of Zion Singers 7:40 to 8 p.m. — A Taste of Herb 8 to 9:30 p.m. — Denton Holiday Music Spectacular DCTA CLOCK TOWER At the Downtown Denton Transit Center, 604 E. Hickory St. 5:30 to 6 p.m. — Garage Band 6:10 to 6:40 p.m. — Katha Harris DANCING IN THE STREETS PERFORMANCE AREA At the corner of Locust and Oak streets 6 to 6:20 p.m. — Ryan High School Strutters 6:30 to 6:50 p.m. — Bonduris Music Instruction and Production 7 to 7:20 p.m. — First Baptist Music Ministry 7:30 to 7:50 p.m. — House of Funk Theatre Company WELLS FARGO BANK LOBBY Inside the bank at the corner of Locust and Hickory streets 6 to 6:20 p.m. — Strickland Jazz Band 6:30 to 6:50 p.m. — Strickland Middle School Chamber Orchestra 7 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. — Handbells at Strickland 7:30 to 7:50 p.m. — Denton Community Choir COMMISSIONERS COURTROOM Inside the Courthouse on the Square 6 to 6:20 p.m. — Childbloom Guitar Ensemble 6:30 to 6:50 p.m. — Pulling Strings 7 to 7:20 p.m. — Sing Texas! 7:30 to 7:50 p.m. — Texas Woman’s University Holiday Sign Choir UNT ON THE SQUARE 109 S. Elm St. 6 to 7:30 p.m. — Seasonal music by University of North Texas College of Music students
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12 No substitute for a good enemy Implausible ‘Red Dawn’ remake 11 swaps out foes 22
Rated PG-13, 93 minutes. Opened Wednesday.
By Jake Coyle
AP Entertainment Writer
The army invading the United States in Red Dawn, an ill-advised remake of the campy 1984 original, was changed in post-production from Chinese to North Korean. With a few snips here, a few redubs there, the filmmakers reedited and re-shot, fearful of offending China and its increasingly important moviegoing market. But why stop there? Can’t we blithely make any nation our enemy for a movie’s sake? Let’s try a version with Iran! And don’t we have reason to be suspicious of Sweden? Do we really know what’s in all those giant Ikea stores? The ridiculous Red Dawn is the supreme example of Hollywood’s Cold War nostalgia, when the Russkies offered up an easy, de facto villain. Today’s terrorism paranoia, apparently, is too complex and too faceless for some. No, we need a clearcut enemy. Do you have something in red? The awkward updating of Red Dawn came after MetroGoldwyn-Mayer, which had
MOVIES Continued from Page 9 the way political machinery operates than a sweeping historical epic that tries to encapsulate the entirety of the revered 16th president’s life. That was a smart move on the part of Steven Spielberg and Pulitzer-winning screenwriter Tony Kushner. Talky and intimate but also surprisingly funny, Lincoln focuses on the final four months of Abraham Lincoln’s life, and Daniel Day-Lewis inhabits the role fully. With Tommy Lee Jones, James Spader, John Hawkes and David Strathairn. Rated PG-13, 150 minutes. — AP Pitch Perfect (####) Cheeky and snarky but with an infectious energy, this comedy set in the world of competing college a cappella groups makes us fall in love with the very thing it’s making fun of. Starring Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Hana Mae Lee. Rated PG-13, 112 minutes. — AP Skyfall (###1/2) Daniel Craig
Daryl (Connor Cruise, left) and Robert (Josh Hutcherson) take to the streets to defend their turf from the Chinese — no, wait, the North Koreans — in Red Dawn. Film District
produced the film back in 2009, went bankrupt. Not surprisingly, the market was weak for a film that reportedly cost $60 million to make and suggested modern China was the equivalent of Cold War-era Soviet Union. So the switch was made and distributor FilmDistrict picked it up. Like the original, Red Dawn is about a band of high-schoolers whose hometown (now Spokane, Wash., instead of small-town Colorado) is suddenly taken over by parachut-
ing foreign troops. With most adults locked up and military response not coming, the kids develop into a gang of insurgents, dubbing themselves the Wolverines. Back in 1984, the kids were played by brat pack all-stars: Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Charlie Sheen, Jennifer Grey. The film (the first PG-13 rated movie, incidentally) was grade-A ’80s kitsch, a movie that captured the imaginations of kids growing up amid Cold War fears.
returns as James Bond in the 23rd film based on 007’s exploits. Britain’s MI6 comes under attack, with M (Judi Dench) as the chief target. Bond finds and brings back the villain (Javier Bardem), but that just sets the stage for further action and adventure. Between the action sequences, director Sam Mendes takes time to build a personal drama that distinguishes this Bond film from its predecessors. Rated PG-13, 143 minutes. — B.A. Taken 2 (##1/2) In this repetitive sequel, Liam Neeson again plays former CIA agent Bryan Mills. The father (Rade Serbedzija) of the men Mills killed in the original now seeks revenge, which results in more of the same: Mills using his detecting and tracking skills to ferret out locations, beating up and killing an army of men, and taking part in endless car chases, this time through Istanbul. The main difference is that mother (Famke Janssen) and daughter (Maggie Grace) get to participate. Lucky them. Rated PG-13, 91 minutes. — B.A. The Twilight Saga: Breaking
Dawn — Part 2 (###1/2) Director Bill Condon’s final Twilight movie dares to have a little fun. Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) are now married vampires and parents to a daughter (Mackenzie Foy). With the help of the bloodsucking Cullen clan and vampires from around the globe, they must band together with Jacob (Taylor Lautner) and his werewolf buddies to protect the half-human, half-vampire spawn from the evil and suspicious Volturi. Rated PG-13, 115 minutes. — AP Wreck-It Ralph Disney’s new animated film mixes retro eye-candy for grown-ups and a thrilling, approachable storyline for the tykes. Shorttempered, sledgehammer-fisted bad guy Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) journeys to Game Central Station, the gateway to every game in an arcade, to prove he can be a hero. Director Rich Moore (The Simpsons) ably manipulates the action by tantalizingly shifting the characters between game worlds. With Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman Rated PG, 93 minutes. — HR
The new Red Dawn has no such context. The implausibility is dizzying, all around. The cast is centered on two brothers: the returning Iraq veteran Jed (Chris Hemsworth, the Snow White and the Huntsman star) and high school quarterback Matt Eckert (Josh Peck). They’re the leaders of the Wolverines, whose ranks include Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games), Adrianne Palicki (TV’s Friday Night Lights), Connor Cruise and Edwin Hodge.
From a mountain cabin and other woodsy lairs, they launch guerilla warfare on the occupying North Koreans. Director Dan Bradley, a former stunt coordinator, can mount a decent shootout scene, but doesn’t stage the action well, leaving scenes looking like they were set in the same few downtown blocks. Still, there’s no telling how Bradley had to alter his footage. (No one had it harder than actor Will Yun Lee, who, as the occupying commander, had to redo his lines in Korean.) In recent years, home invasion movies have been made frequently, only with aliens. The appeal, as one of the characters in Red Dawn says, is that defending one’s homeland makes “more sense” in a time filled with indirect military aims. But such fantasies — here played out by delusional teenage football players — are all the more dubious given that the U.S. was engaged in two (real) wars at the time of filming. In Red Dawn, Afghanistan and Iraq go hardly mentioned, replaced by a game of toy soldiers with make-believe foes.
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Bonnie Norris scored the crowd’s affection with “Santa Baby,” and Jeffrey Barnes quieted the crowd with “Santa Got Lost in Texas.” Bubba Hernandez showed off his bluesy voice with an R&B number, and Sarah Jaffe sang Pierce’s moody arrangement of “O Holy Night.” Steve Wiest, the director of the University of North Texas One O’clock Lab Band, got off to a pitchy start — thanks to a damp and trombone-molesting cold front — but he warmed up and made up for it with his jazzy solo. It was a portion of Denton’s Midlake that gifted the revelers with a rousing and hopeful rendition of John Lennon’s “So This Is Christmas (War Is Over)” before sending Denton holiday revelers home. Much of the lineup returns to next week’s Holiday Music Spectacular. Pierce will conduct the 11-piece Holiday Lighting Orchestra. Paul Slavens, a Denton musical institution and KKXTFM radio host, returns to the lineup of featured performers. Last year he did a reading of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. “I loved Paul doing The Grinch. … We zipped through it,” Pierce said. “It’s not a short piece, but Paul was great. And I’d love for The Grinch to become a big visual thing for the kids.” Slavens isn’t just a versatile musician who plays with a number of local acts — he’s got enough character voices to supply a radio play. Members of Midlake will be back. Barnes and Wiest return, too. Pierce recruited Slobberbone singer-guitarist Brent Best to the stage. “I was talking to Brent about doing the show, and he said, ‘I even have this holiday song called “The Gum Drop.” I could do that if you wanted.’ Of course I wanted him to,” Pierce said. If he gets his fair share of Denton magic on stage, Pierce said musicians might start offering to perform at the lighting. “I envisioned this thing as more or less a concert where these talented musicians who live in Denton perform holiday
The Denton Main Street Association’s Wassail Fest offers free tastings of the warm mulled cider drink at downtown businesses from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Nov. 30. People can vote for their favorite recipe. Visit www.denton mainstreet.org.
TOY DRIVE Denton County Toy Store, a nonprofit organization serving children of qualified families, will collect donations at the southeast corner of the Square, and at several drop-off locations prior to the festival. Visit www. dentonholidaylighting. com/toy-drive-2.
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Girl Scout Troop 866 members hand out “reindeer food” at last year’s Denton Holiday Lighting Festival. Nonprofit groups sell food — most of it for human consumption — at the festival. music they’ve written, instead of it being their take of a famous Christmas song. You want that, too,” Pierce said, “but part of the reason this event looks a certain way — almost like a Norman Rockwell painting — is because it’s about Denton. “My vision has been for this concert to be Denton musicians doing original holiday music. How cool and how magical is it to have this kind of little town where you have this vibe, where people get together and play music and it’s great?” LUCINDA BREEDING can be reached at 940-566-6877.
The University of North Texas Tuba and Euphonium Ensemble plays at UNT on the Square during the Denton Holiday Lighting Festival in 2011.
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DINING RESTAURANTS ASIAN Little Asia 7650 S. I-35E, Corinth. 940-269-1110. 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. Beer and wine. 1633 Scripture St. Mon-Sat 11-10, Sun 11:30-9. $-$$. 940-382-5437. Royal East Hefty Japanese offering (including sushi bar) plus Korean and Chinese dishes. Pleasing Fire Mountain Roll. Beer, wine and sake. No smoking. 1622A W. University Drive. Mon-Sat 11-10. $-$$. 940-383-7633.
BARBECUE 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 barbecue sauce. Beer and wine. 628 Londonderry Lane. Daily 10:30am10pm. $. 940-591-1652. 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. $-$$. 940566-3073. Sweet Y Cafe 511 Robertson St. 940-323-2301.
filled with rich hazelnut spread. Smoking on patio only. 309 Fry St. Tues-Sun 8am-3pm. $. 940-387-1696. Loco Cafe Casual breakfast/lunch cafe that’s a sister restaurant to the Greenhouse Restaurant across the street. No smoking. 603 N. Locust St. Mon-Fri 6am-2pm; Sat-Sun 7am3pm. $-$$. 940-387-1413. Seven Mile Cafe Breakfast, brunch and lunch spot, including vegan options. 311 W. Congress St. Daily 7am-3pm. 940-808-0200. www. sevenmilecafe.com.
ECLECTIC The Club at Gateway Center Three-course meal for $7 at restaurant run by hospitality management students. Fall season runs through Nov. 30. For schedule and menu, visit www.smhm.unt.edu/theclub. In UNT’s Gateway Center across from Fouts Field. No smoking. 940-565-
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BRUNCH Cups and Crepes Eatery serves up both traditional American and European breakfasts and lunch. Get biscuits and gravy or test a crepe
1110. 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. No smoking inside. 2602 Lillian Miller Parkway. Thurs-Sat 6-10pm. $$$. 940-243-4919. www.dentonwildwoodinn.com.
GREEK/MEDITERRANEAN Caesar Island Mediterranean Food 7650 S. I-35E, Suite 112, Corinth. 940-269-4370. Michael’s Kitchen Family-owned restaurant offers a Greek/Lebanese menu, plus American food, for all
three meals. Breakfast buffet weekdays. BYOB. 706 Fort Worth Drive. Daily 5:30am-10pm. $. 940-3823663. www.michaelskitchengreek. com. Yummy’s Greek Restaurant Small eatery with wonderful food. Tasty salads, hummus, falafel, dolmas and kebabs. Good veggie plate and gyros. Yummy cheesecake and baklava. BYOB. 210 W. University Drive. MonThurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 11-10, Sun noon-9. $-$$. 940-383-2441.
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Banter Gourmet sandwiches and salads, breakfast items, coffee and espresso, plus traditional Spanish tapas by reservation only. Beer and wine. No smoking inside. 219 W. Oak St. Daily 10am-midnight. $. 940-5651638. www.dentonbanter.com. Bochy’s Bistro Fusion menu grabs elements of European cuisines with many salad and sandwich selections. Winning Greek chicken lisi panini. Artful desserts. No smoking. 2430 I35E, Suite 136. Mon-Thurs 8-3, Fri-Sat 8-8, Sun brunch 8-2. $$. 940-3873354. Cachette Bistro 144 N. Old Town Blvd., Suite 1, Argyle. Mon-Fri 7:30am-5pm, Sat 8am-3pm. 940464-3041. www.cachettebistro.com. The Chestnut Tree Salads, sandwiches, soups and other lunch and brunch options served in back of small shop on the Square. Chicken pot pie is stellar. Revolving dinner menu. No smoking. 107 W. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 9am-3pm, Sat 9am2:30pm; dinner Thurs-Sat 5:30-9pm. $-$$. 940-591-9475. ww.chestnut tearoom.com. Sidewalk Bistro 2900 Wind River Lane, Suite 132. Sun-Mon 7am-3pm, Tues-Sat 7am-9pm. 940-591-1999. www.sidewalk-bistro.com.
4144. Mon-Fri, with seating 11am12:15pm. $. 940-565-4144. Denton Square Donuts 208 W. Oak St. 940-220-9447. www.denton squaredonuts.com. 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. Refined cocktails and rich desserts. 600 N. Locust St. MonThurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11, Sun noon-9 (bar stays open later). $-$$. 940484-1349. Hannah’s Off the Square More room, more mid-price items and more casual atmosphere. Steaks, with any of 10 sauces or toppings, get A-plus. Tempting desserts. Full bar. Smoking on terrace only. No checks. 111 W. Mulberry St. Sun-Mon 11-9 (brunch until 2pm), Tues-Thurs 11-10; Fri-Sat 11-11. $$-$$$. 940-566-
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DINING Continued from Page 14 N. Fourth St., Sanger. Tues-Fri 4:309pm, Sat 11-9 and Sun 11-3. $-$$. 940-458-0000. Betty’s Cafe Diners get buffet selections of homestyle standards: catfish, fried chicken, meatloaf and barbecue ribs. Breakfast buffets made to fill you up, and kids ages 1-5 eat for $2. 710 S. U.S. Highway 377 in Aubrey. Mon-Sun 6am-2:30pm, WedFri 5-8pm. $. 940-365-9881. 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. 111 N. Elm St. 940-387-7706. www.cartwrightsranchhouse.com. Jay’s Cafe 110 W. Main St., Pilot Point. 940-686-0158. Krum Diner Offers homestyle cuisine, seafood and Italian food, along with Greek and assorted desserts, and sandwiches, burgers, dinner plates and more. 145 W. McCart St., Krum, Mon-Sat 7am-8pm, Sun 9am2pm. $. 940-482-7080. OldWest Cafe As winner of the Best Breakfast and Best Homestyle Cooking titles in Best of Denton 2009 through 2012, this eatery offers a wide selection of homemade meals. Denton location: 1020 Dallas Drive. Mon-Sat 6am-2pm, Sun 7am2pm. $. 940-382-8220. Sanger location: 711 N. Fifth St. Daily 7am-2pm. 940-458-7358. 817-442-9378. Prairie House Restaurant Open since 1989, this Texas eatery serves up mesquite-grilled steaks, babyback ribs, buffalo burgers, chickenfried rib-eyes and other assorted dishes. 10001 U.S. Highway 380, Cross Roads. Daily 7:30am-10pm. $$$. 940-440-9760. www.phtexas. com.
INDIAN Bawarchi Biryani Point 909 Ave. C. 940-898-8889. Rasoi, The Indian Kitchen Housed in a converted gas station, this Indian dining spot offers a small but carefully prepared buffet menu of curries, beans, basmati rice and samosas. No smoking. 1002 Ave. C. Daily 11am9:30pm. $. 940-566-6125.
5400. Giuseppe’s Italian Restaurant Romantic spot in bed and breakfast serves Northern Italian and Southern French cuisine. Beer and wine. 821 N. Locust St. Mon-Thurs, 11-2, 5-9, Fri 112 & 5-10, Sat 5-10. Sun 10:30-2. $-$$. 940-381-2712. Luigi’s Pizza Italian Restaurant Family-run spot does much more than pizza, and how. Great New Yorkstyle pies plus delicious southern Italian dishes. Tiramisu is dynamite. Beer and wine. 2317 W. University Drive. Sun & Tues-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11. $-$$. 940-591-1988.
JAPANESE Avocado Sushi Restaurant 2430 S. I-35E, Suite 126. 940-383-9812. I Love Sushi 917 Sunset St. MonThurs 11am-3pm & 5-10pm, Fri 11am3pm & 5-10:30pm; Sat noon10:30pm; Sun 12:30-9pm. $$. 940891-6060. J Sushi 1400 S. Loop 288, Suite 100. 940-387-8833. jsushibar.com. 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. Wine and beer. 500 N. Elm St. Tues-Sat 5-11. $$-$$$. 940-382-7505. Shogun Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 3606 S. I-35E, Suite 100. 940-3827800. Sushi Cafe 1401 W. Oak St. 940380-1030.
MEXICAN/TEX-MEX Casa Galaviz Comfortable, homey atmosphere at small, diner-style restaurant that caters to the morning and noon crowd. BYOB. 508 S. Elm St. Mon-Fri 7-7; Sat-Sun 7-5. $. 940387-2675. Chilitos Delicious guacamole; albondigas soup rich with chunky vegetables and big, tender meatballs. Standout: savory pork carnitas. Daily lunch specials. Full bar. No smoking. 619 S. Denton Drive, Lake Dallas. Mon-Fri 11-9, Sat 10-9. $-$$. 940-321-
5522. El Chaparral Grille Restaurant serves a duo of American and Mexican-style dishes for breakfast, lunch and catering events. Daily specials, and breakfast buffet on Sundays. 324 E. McKinney St., Suite 102. Mon-Fri 7am-2pm; Sun 8am2pm. $. 940-243-1313. El Guapo’s Huge menu encompasses Tex-Mex and Mexican standards as well as ribs, brisket and twists like Santana’s Supernatural Quesadillas (fajita chicken and bacon) and jalapeno-stuffed shrimp. Full bar. 419 S. Elm St. Mon-Fri 11-10, Sat-Sun 11-11. $$. 940-566-5575. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Eatery stakes claim of wide variety in local taco territory. Breakfast burritos too. Beer, wine and margaritas. 115 Industrial St. Mon-Wed 6:30am-10pm, Thurs 6:30am-midnight, Fri 6:30am-2am, Sat 8am-2am, Sun 8am-10pm. $. 940-380-8226. 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. Beer. 619 S. Locust St. Daily 9-10. $. 940-483-8019. La Milpa Mexican Restaurant 820 S. I-35E, Suite 101. 940-382-8470. 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. Beer and wine. 1928 N. Ruddell St. Tues-Fri 11-9:30, Sat 8am-9:30pm, Sun 8-4. $. 940-566-1718. Mi Casita Mexican Food Fresh, tasty, no-frills Tex-Mex at good prices. Beer and wine. 110 N. Carroll Blvd. Mon-Sat 7am-9pm. $. 940-8911932. Mi Casita Express: 905 W. University Drive, 940-891-1938. Mi Casita: 2221 S. I-35E, 940-891-1500. Miguelito’s Mexican Restaurant The basics: brisk service, family atmosphere and essential selections at a reasonable price. Beer and margaritas. 1412 N. Stemmons St.,
Sanger. 940-458-0073. 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. Papi’s Tex Mex Grill 421 S. U.S. Highway 377, Argyle. 940-240-1600. Raphael’s Restaurante Mexicano Not your standard Tex-Mex — worth the drive. 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. $$$. 940-440-9483. Tortilleria Tierra Caliente 1607 E. McKinney St., Suite 800. 940-5916807. Tortilleria La Sabrocita 201 Dallas Drive. 940-382-0720. Veronica’s Cafe 803 E. McKinney St. 940-565-9809. Villa Grande Mexican Restaurant 12000 U.S. 380 East, Cross Roads. 940-365-1700. Denton location: 2530 W. University Drive, 940-382-6416.
MIDDLE EASTERN Green Zatar Family-owned restaurant/market does it all from scratch, and with speed. Meats like gyros and succulent Sultani Kebab, plus veggie combo and crunchy falafel. BYOB. No smoking. 609 Sunset St. Daily 11-10. $-$$. 940-383-2051.
NATURAL/VEGETARIAN 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. No smoking. 200 W. Congress St. Mon-Sat 88, Sun 10-7. $. 940-387-5386.
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. Beer and wine. 1925 Denison St. Sun-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 119:30. $$. 940-243-2126. Hoochie’s Oyster House 207 S. Bell Ave. Sun-Wed 11am-9pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-10pm. 940-383-0104.
STEAK Ranchman’s Cafe Legendary cafe sticks to old-fashioned steaks and tradition. Oversized steaks and delicious chicken-fried steak. Homey meringue pies. BYOB. 110 W. Bailey St., Ponder. Sun-Thurs 11-9, Fri-Sat 1110. $-$$$. 940-479-2221. Trail Dust Steak House Informal dress (neckties will be clipped). Dance to live C&W. 26501 U.S. 380 East, Aubrey. 940-365-4440. $$.
THAI Andaman Thai Restaurant Extensive menu continues trend of good Asian food in Denton. Fried tofu is a home run. Pad Thai noodles have perfect amount of sweetness. Beer and wine. No smoking. 221 E. Hickory St. Mon-Fri 11am-3pm & 4-9:30pm; Sat-Sun noon-9:30pm. $$. 940-5918790. 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 119. $-$$. 940-387-3317. Siam Off the Square Fresh flavors set curries apart at comfortable dining spot. Winning starters: shrimp satay, Tum Yum Gai and Tom Kah soups. Excellent Thai seafood. BYOB. 209 W. Hickory St., Suite 104. Lunch, Mon-Fri 11-2; dinner, Mon-Sat 5-9. $$$. 940-382-5118. Sweet Basil Thai Bistro 1800 S. Loop 288, Suite 224. 940-484-6080. Sukhothai II Restaurant 1502 W. Hickory St. 940-382-2888. Thai Ocha Dishes that are as tasty as they are pretty. Hot and spicy sauce makes even veggie haters go after fresh veggies with zeal. BYOB. No smoking. 1509 Malone St. Mon-Fri 11am-3pm, 5-10pm; Sat 11:30-10; Sun 5-9. $-$$. 940-566-6018.
ITALIAN Bagheri’s 1125 E. University Drive, Suite A. 940-382-4442. Don Camillo Garlic gets served straight up at family-owned restaurant that freely adapts rustic Italian dishes with plenty of American imagination. Lasagna, chicken and eggplant parmigiana bake in wood-fired oven with thin-crusted pizzas. 1400 N. Corinth St., Suite 103, Corinth. Mon-Wed 11-2:30, 5-9; Thurs-Sat 112:30, 5-10. 940-321-1100. Fera’s Excellent entrees served bubbling hot. Rich sauces, firm pastas and billowing garlic rolls. Dishes served very fresh. Desserts don’t disappoint. Beer and wine. No credit cards. 1407 W. Oak St. 940-382-9577. Mon-Thurs 11-10, Fri-Sat 11-11. $-$$. Genti’s Pizza and Pasta 4451 FM2181, Suite 125, Corinth. Mon-Sat 11-10, Sun noon-9. $-$$. 940-497-
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An opening for CDL Drivers: We ship horses coast-to-coast with the finest equipment on the road. All trips originate and end from our terminal in Pilot Point, TX. Our average trip consists of 5 to 5.5 days turn around, with weekends off. Our rigs leave on Monday & Tuesday and return Friday or Saturday. We run teams with no dead head miles and no waiting for loads. If you love horses, have a CDL license in good standing and have a minimum of 2 years OTR experience, contact Mike Alexander, VP of operations Equine Express N.A. Inc @ 940/365-9098 to schedule an interview. Auto Glass Installer Needed. 5 years experience working auto glass in body shop. Good Pay. Benefits. Call Andy 972-743-0754
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2000 BUICK LESABRE Limited Leather, New Tires, Like new, 120K miles, Tan $3600. Call 940-765-1977 2000 Cadillac DTS Pearl White, Leather interior 49,000 Excellent condition $10,500.00 940-391-8166 or 940-391-3124 2001 Ford Excursion,silver xlt Gray cloth interior, v8, 78,000 excellent condition . $12,500 940-391-8166 or 940-391-3124
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2006 FORD EXPLORER 6 cyl, air, everything works. 3rd row seat, very clean $8000 or best offer. Call 940-453-3297
#1 in pre-owned bikes, sales & service. Need Christmas Cash? We buy motorcycles, Jet Skis & ATV’s. Call Carlos for a bid on your machine today. 521 Acme St (FtWorthDr/IH-35E) Cyclecenterofdenton.com firstname.lastname@example.org 940-387-3885
CAD/CAM dwg & nesting position for Denton mfgr. Requirements include CAD/CAM expr or Edu, strong math, computer & analytical skills, read & interpret part drawings, proficient in Excel & all MS Office. HS req, 2yr+ college pref Email resume to CADResume@EDSCO.com
Comet Cleaners of Corinth is looking for 1 Full Time & 1 part time CSR. Apply in person I-35 @ Swisher Road.
Registered Nurses needed in — Behavioral Health, ICU, Dialysis, L&D, Radiology, Pharmacy, CVICU, Recovery, ED, Med/Surg, Pre-Op, Endoscopy & Wound Care Openings for — HBO Tech, MLTs, Staff Pharmacist LVNs, CPhT, CRT/RRT, Anesthesia Tech Director Wound Care (RN or PT) PT Coordinator/Saginaw, Phlebotomist
2000 S. FM 51, Decatur, TX 76234 www.wiseregional.com • A not for profit hospital • EOE • Job Line 940-626-2525
Denton ISD is currently hiring:
Paid Training for Class B CDL Driving rate $12.60+ hr (after training)
FT & PT Pos Avail Training classes weekly Growing Call Center Guaranteed Hourly Base Pay Overtime Avail 30 Sales/CSR reps Needed Weekly Pay! w/ Bonuses paid Daily! 721 South I35 East, Suite 144 940/323-2694
Full Time Orthopedic Surgery Biller
Looking for Extra Money? The Salvation Army is looking for Seasonal Help Monday thru Saturday Full Time & Part Time Bell Ringers & Drivers. Outgoing & friendly to interact with people. Apply at 1508 E. McKinney St Phone: 940-566-3800 Make $16-$18/hr, M-F, cleaning houses! Own transportation. Please call 214-855-7189.
MECHANIC Pay Negotiable Please apply in person 115 E. 1st St, Justin TX 76247 or call 940-648-3640
NOW HIRING!!! Forklift Operators Machine Operators Order Pullers Data Entry Receptionist Administrative Assistant 940-312-7347
Se Necesitan Trabajadres para Construccion exelente pago y tiempo extra se requiere permiso legal para trabajar y pasar examen de droga, no tener historial criminal Puede llenar aplicación en: 661 E. Shahan Prairie Road, Little Elm, Tx 75068. 972-294-5000. EEO
SENIOR CARE HEALTH & REHAB C N A’s 2p-10p & 6a-2pm Please apply within. Applications accepted Mon-Fri 8:30am--4:30pm 2244 Brinker Rd Denton Tx 76208 EOE
SENIOR CARE HEALTH & REHAB C N As All Shifts & Transportation Aide Please apply within. Applications accepted Mon-Fri 8:30am--4:30pm 2244 Brinker Rd Denton Tx 76208 EOE
Tellers! First Cash Advance seeks Full-time Tellers for our Denton & Lewisville stores. Teller or cash handling experience preferred.
JOBS! JOBS! JOBS! * Accounts Payable * Accounts Receivable * Inventory Control * Forklift Operator * Assembly * Production Positions available in Denton, Gainesville Lewisville & McKinney and Decatur (940) 442-6550
Police Officer $50,131.37$55,144.50 DOQ Job Description and Requirements Available on our website
Kitchen Manager & Cooks wanted. Fair pay, good benefits. El Fenix Mexican Restaraunt at Winstar Casino 214-662-2399
Little Guys Movers is now hiring responsible individuals who possess strong communication skills, a positive attitude, and a valid driver’s license. Background checks. Apply in person, 520 S. Elm St, Denton. Starts at $8.50/hr.
Competitive wages + commission potential, benefits, and training! Email Resumes to email@example.com use reference code FCADFW029 in subject line when applying
APPLY ONLINE AT www.highlandvillage.org Human Resources 1000 Highland Village Rd Highland Village TX 75077 Phone: 972-899-5087 EOE Samuel’s Tree Service Part-time Climber needed. Pay based on experience Call 940-595-3335.
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Apply in person: 1475 S.Trinity Rd. Denton, TX 76208 940-387-1508
Tree Climber/Trimmer position available. $10-$15 per hour depending on experience. Must have TX driver’s license & clean criminal record. Located in Sanger. Call Lovelace Landscape & Tree Service 940-458-5674 Underground General Utitlity Contractor looking for General Laborers with good driving record Call 940-458-5337
VAST, Inc. is seeking CDL DRIVERS for both regional & local runs. Drivers are based out of our Sanger facility. Competitive pay system. Benefits available. Bi-yearly bonuses Home many nights and most weekends. Must have a minimum 2 yrs verifiable driving experience & a clean driving record. Winter Poinsettia shipping underway Apply in person at COLOR STAR GROWERS Office located on 4122 Cowling Rd, Sanger TX 76266
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Bilingual (English and Spanish) Preferred Must have HS diploma/GED Pass drug test/criminal background check Full Time & Part Time available Apply in person at 1111 Ave. C, Denton or Call (940) 384-2400
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Police Officer Applicant must be TCLEOSE certified and in good standing at the time of application. Applicant is subject to a complete background investigation, medical and psychological evaluation. Starting salary is $41,766 annually. Send completed application and background packet to 1075 Ronald Reagan Ave. Hickory Creek, TX 75065. Attn. Sergeant B. Starnes.
Apply in person Tues-Fri 11am-2pm 9400 Ed Robson Blvd, Denton
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The Town of Hickory Creek Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of
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WILDHORSE GRILL at Robson Ranch is now Hiring
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Experienced Hood Tech & State Inspector needed in the Hickory Creek Area. Call 972-753-6561 or fax resume 972-756-9113
Horse Farm Caretaker Must be exprnced in ALL phases of horse care, able to trailer horses, recognize medical issues. Salary, housing, bills paid. Refrncs, bckgrnd check required. 972-562-3662
Little Guys Movers is now hiring responsible individuals who possess strong communication skills, a positive attitude, and a valid driver’s license. Background checks. Apply in person, 520 S. Elm St, Denton. Starts at $8.50/hr.
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321 Withers in Denton 1 & 2 Bdrm Apts. Clean & Quiet Neighborhood, 1 block to UNT. Walk to TWU, 1 Bdrm 1 Bath SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1 bdrm $525, 2 bdrm $625-$650. $498/mo. plus residents pay 2012 FROM 7:00 am TO 2:00 pm electric & gas. 940-382-3100 All Bills Paid. 214-315-9439 AT THE FUTURE KRUM EASTSIDE PARK!!!! 1512 N Elm, 1/1, wood floor, (Across from Sonic on FM 1173) w/d, walk to TWU $695 9408 Running Bear, Aubrey VENDORS OR YARD/GARAGE 1/1, huge, wood floor $550 326 Peach St, 2 Bdrm 1 Bath SELLERS PLEASE CONTACT 418 Demoye, Aubrey, 1/1, $495 $675/mo cable included LES BISHOP AT loft on square, 115 N Austin, 940-566-5717 email@example.com or by 1100 sf, $850 KILLIAN PROPERTY MGT calling 330-257-3835. Talon 2, 2/1, wood flr, w/d $925 $2.00 CUSTOMER PARKING CALL US FOR 1, 2, & 3 Bdrms 717 Wolftrap, 3/2/1, AND YOU RECEIVE A RAFFLE HOLLYHILLS Apts940-382-6774 fireplace, garage $875 TICKET FOR A FREE VEHICLE Apply at office 900 Londonderry The Martino Group DONATED BY JIM McNATT Open Mon-Fri 8:30a-5:30p & 940-382-5000 AUTO DEALERSHIPS! Sat 10:00a-2:00p
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Lawn & Tree Trimming 1700 Timber Ridge Cir, Corinth ADVANCE-FEE LOANS Fence Building & Repair Reduced For Quick Sale /CREDIT OFFERS LOTS from Flower Bed Clean up Owner will consider trade for It’s illegal for companies doing Leaf Clean up smaller home or land on this business by phone to promise $330-$355/Month amazing Call Juan 940-597-5766 home overlooking the you a loan & ask you to pay for it with Carport and/or Shed 6th fairway of Oakmont Golf before they deliver. For info., call 3/2/2, no pets, year round yard Up to $2000 Move In Incentive! REAL GREEN GARDENING Course. 4 or 5 Bdrms, 3.5 toll-free maintenance included, 1 yr Centrally located 940-387-9914 Lawnservice, tree trimming, Baths, 2 living & dining areas, 1-877-FTC HELP lease, 1120 Kings Row, Denton arbors, pavers & flagstone patios, media room. The view from Public service msg from $1100/mo $1100 deposit. Call sprinkler repair, cleanup, fence work. almost every room is breathDenton Publishing Co. 214-912-8788 or 940-300-5588 Call 940-453-7072 taking. Approx 3000 sq ft. Fed. Trade Commission 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, 2 Car Garage , $259,000. 940-391-5050 ch/a, stove, fridge. Near Borman, 500 to 4000 square foot office refinished, 1yr lease. Available ONE MAN GANG spaces available. Ample parkNov 1st. $900/mo. 940-387-0024 ing, near Denton’s downtown mobile/ 760 Seasoned Oak Firewood Mowing in Denton since 1998 or 940-395-5302 100% split square, walking distance to manufactured homes Call Dwight 940-435-9975 $120 1/2 cord you pick it up Denton’s finest offerings for 4/2/2 on large corner lot, 1983 Sunrizon 14x72 2bed /2 1/2 cord $185 delivered lunch! call Eric 940-382-6611 trees, fireplace. 1305 bath, 1008 sq. ft. with new met- Cord $285 delivered. Pecan & mowing Immediate occupancy. al roof, new siding, water heat- mesquite available 940-668-8840 ACREAGE and LOTS $1150/mo Call 817-430-1105 er shed w/electricity, nice big MOWED & TILLED Firewood Measurements Female Roommate wanted. porch, 2 a/c units, solar 508 Woodford, Denton. 3/2/1. Also GARDENS TILLED Cord of firewood = 128 cu.ft. All bills paid. Country Setting. screens, alarm system, great Brick, Fenced back yard, Call 940-367-2741 (8 ft long X 4 ft wide X 4 ft high) 4 miles from Denton. $500/mo. shape, in park $7,000 OBO $925/Month + $925 Dep. Call Angela for more details at 918-269-8843 or 904-885-4365 1/2 cord of firewood = 64 cu.ft. Please call 940-390-4309 ACREAGE SERVICES 940-390-8840 Seasoned or green hardwoods Tractor Mowing, Plowing, 8895 Old Stoney in Ponder 4/2, Roommate wanted to help with 22in or 16in cuts Half cord $120 Seeding, Fertilizing, Spraying, approx 2300 sf, CH/A, storage rent, utilities & mortgage Cord $230 Free delivery Aerating, Tilling 940-482-6578 barn, FP, covered porch, fenced 940-231-0814 940-597-6324 backyard $1700/mo $1700 dep 940-383-2141 C Bar T Properties Aubrey - 704 Caddell St $800 mo, $500 dep. 3/1, lrg yard, w/d conn. Espanol 940-390-5103
1907 Jasmine, available now, 3/2/1, all appliances including w/d, central ht/air, fireplace, minutes to UNT/35, fencd yrd, $1200/mo + deposit. Call 940-594-4125 2/1 in 4-plex across from Fred Moore park, lg fncd yd, appl, pets ok, $550. 940-591-1000 www.reddooroperations.com
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Room for rent for male, min to UNT, share kitchen, liv- Mobile Home for sale in Denton ing & bath, pool $350/mo most in The Shores 55 & over, 3 bedbills paid. 940-594-4125 room, 2 full bath, all season sun room, storage barn 12x16, 2 lofts, 2-car carport , $37,900 w/lake access 940-435-0195 2812 Country Club Rd, 2/2.5, $750/mo. Approx 1200 sf, all kitchen appliances, W/D conn, 940-383-2141 C Bar T Properties 2812 Country Club Rd, 2/2.5, $750/mo. Approx 1200 sf, all kitchen appliances, W/D conn, 940-383-2141 C Bar T Properties
For lease Office Warehouse Denton, 3700 sq ft, 595 sq ft of office, large overhead door, ALSO 2511 sq ft. Call: 972-921-7579 or 940-391-7696
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SANGER-- 2 Bedrooms 1 Bath $600/mo $500 deposit. No indoor pets. Call 940-391-0715 Sanger 3/1 brick, storage building, fenced back yard, no inside pets, $850/mo + dep. 940-453-7976
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PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair DANIELSON Are You Ready for the Cleaning Housing Act, which makes it ilyou deserve in your home! 0 Credit Check 2, 3 & 4 Bdrm legal to advertise "any preferSMART TREE SERVICE CONCRETE Baseboads, blinds, ceiling homes $550/mo to $1500/mo. ence, limitation, or discriminaFALL & WINTER SPECIALS All types of Concrete & fans, light fixtures, window sills For Rent or Sale TRIM OR REMOVE tion because of race, color, reli- Asphalt Work! Slabs, Drives, & I’ve only just begun! Owner financing on land/home gion, sex, handicap, familial Free Estimate 940-597-3560 Patios & Excavation. Commer20 yrs exp. Exc. References. pkgs , 1/2 acre to 4 acres, status, or national origin, or incial & Residential Free EstiCall Tammy 940-435-1755 Ponder ISD, kid/pet ok, TOP TO BOTTOM TREE INC. tention to make any such pref2 brk homes in Sanger, avail mates! Visa & Mastercard Call 940-648-5263 Tree removal, trim, install & reguerence, limitation, or discrimiabout Dec 1-10: 3/2, bonus rm, Celia’s House Cleaning Accepted 940-391-3830 www.ponderei.com lar maintenance, land clearing, nation." We will not knowingly Quality service you can fenced yard $880/mo+ dep. 940-483-TREE 940-483-8733 count on! Wk/biwkly/mo. 2/1, garage, fenced yard. 1/2 ACRE LOT IN COUNTRY accept advertising for real esJose’s Concrete Work--patios, tate which is in violation of the 13 years exp. Refs avail. Ins & $680/mo + dep. No pets, no for mobile home, sidewalks, barns, curbs, slabs, law. All persons are hereby inbonded. $15 off 1st service! smoking please. No section 8. $450/mo. driveways, retaining walls. formed that all dwellings adverSuperior Housekeeping Serv. Call 940-458-3660 & leave phone Call J.D. 940-367-8539 940-595-6908 Free Estimate tised are available on an equal 940-594-8035 or 940-206-3889 & address to get application. 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes - J & A opportunity basis. PRESERVE MEMORIES 2 LOVELY N.&S. DENT.HOMES! Mobile Home Park, Ponder. Convert 8-16mm/super 8 film/ SOUTHERN OKLA. 3/2/2 1800sf gated pets ok $1195 Starting@$570/mo. Also lots pics/slides/negs/videos/ Productive w/excl. imp. 156 ac. Denton Publishing assumes no 3/2.5/1 1600sf sec 8 pets ok $995 for rent. 940-465-9022, lv msg. records-discs 940-231-5889 bermuda pastures, great hay responsibility for advertising fncd, FP,appl, fans 940-383-1940 3/2’s in good shape, $600meadow. 2 spring fed ponds, content. Be aware of $750/mo. Deposit required. also joins Boggy Creek. Older 2 licenses/insurances needed or 3105 SPENROCK in Denton, Water & trash furnished. br brk. w/CP, metal barns, GILL’S LAWN SERVICE required by law to perform cerupdated 4/2.5/2, 2 living areas Ponder Tx. Call 940-595-4327 $4,000 per ac. Cut trees, fence repair/bldg, mow, tain services or before purLIGHT WELDING with fireplace, 2 dining areas, 2107 ac. cattle/rec property 4-5 chasing certain services. edge, weedeat, flower beds, trim all appliances, fenced yard, ac. lake (spring fed. $1540 per bushes, rake leaves, res/ Josh 940-300-3945 $1295/mo $1000 deposit. ac) Call for full details comm, free est 15% Sr discount Call 940-390-1165 Linda Weber Realty, Inc. 940-597-4787 or 940-300-5506 www.lwrealtyinc.com 580-224-7050 or 580-226-8777 BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOMS 1/2 OFF DEPOSIT ROOF BUSTERS 1/2 OFF 1st Full Month’s Rent When you’re all alone Call 940-380-1200 TODAY! with a scary roof leak, 2800 Ft. Worth Dr, Denton TX Who you gonna call? MENDOZA LAWN SERVICE Roof Busters MOW, EDGE, FLOWER BEDS, Where Sellers & 3/2/1 ∂ 910 Mack Place ∂ CLEAN UP, TRIMMING, Buyers Connect 940-383-0338 1400 sq ft, Very Clean, 3 Bdrm 2Bath Starts at $710 ALL TREE SERVICES, $1000/mo, $1000/dep. Never before seen prices in mobile home community. RAKE LEAVES, HAULING DentonRC.com/ads r Call Lance 940-300-3776 q that scare away competitors Call 940-387-9914 Free Estimates 940-735-4845 KA 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, $1100/mo. 802 Cordell in Denton, close UNT/TWU, New Floors & Paint throughout. Call 940-458-5545
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