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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Mrs. baird's bakery A true modern marvel in the size of the factory and quality of the product, visiting one of Mrs. Baird's Bakeries is like stepping into the bread version of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. OK, not quite, but it's still impressive. Tours of this enormous factory allow visitors to walk along the factory floor and get an up-close (but not too up-close — germs are bad) view of the process that goes into baking, slicing and packaging the many bread products we see on our grocery store shelves every day. Along the way, the smell of baking bread carries you forward as the tour guide shares information about the interesting history of the company. Visitors are lead past historical artifacts as well as gigantic modern machines with working blades and moving parts so dangerous there are a large number of rules that comprise the safety brief- ing at the beginning of the tour. draw: Your taste buds might just find sweet relief after being around enticing baking bread for a...
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Gutterth dedicates passion to local music scene By Christina Mlynski • Staff Writer The front room is bare — no one occupies tables or chairs. The door swings open as a dark-haired, bearded man circles the inside of Art Six Coffee House. Dressed in cargo shorts and a black T-shirt, he doesn't look like a typi- cal Denton resident. Looks can be deceiving, as the man describes his ex-, dtement for the four-hour drive he will soon make to Oklahoma to see his favorite band, Tool. For Brent Frishman, co-founder of Gutterth Productions and an art and design senior, driving to see a band that has influenced his view on music and his passion for discovering different artists, which ultimately led to opening a production company, is the least he could do. "I'm a huge fan boy," Frishman said. Who Can Deny How Delicious it Tastes Frishman was in high school when he witnessed a local tour of bands from a label titled One Ton. The collaboration of artists, not the actual mu- sic, showed him wha...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
The duo started their company based on one primary theme: friend- ship. Briggs was the first person to drive nine hours to Louisiana with Frishman to see Radiohead after seeing the band hours before in Okla- homa. "Their dynamic is very opposite from the other one," Becker said. "If s the music that brings their personalities together. Briggs and Frishman share a prominent personality trait: bluntness. When it comes to the music they support, the two of them book and re- lease music viewed worthy of being heard, Becker said. "Ifs based on Brenfs and Michael's taste," said Charlie Hunter, the proprietor of a venue called the Schoolhouse. "They don't put out a single release they don't like, whereas others put out what will help make their wallets bigger." So How Goes the Good Fight? Most of the artists on their label are friends they have listened to or seen live. Over the past four years, Gutterth has released 21 albums and hosted 43 "episodes," Frishman said. "The purpose is simpl...
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Summer dinner idea Story and photos by Abigail Allen • Staff writer Pasta Salad With the high temperatures of summer, a cool dinner some protein and vegetables. This is an often-requested family can fill you up without warming you up too much, favorite in the Thatcher household. Even people who dislike This recipe, courtesy of my mother Rosemary Thatch- tuna usually like this variation, but it can be changed to match er, can feed about six to eight people and is a fun way to get your tastes, substituting chicken or shrimp for tuna. Ingredients: 16-ounce package of pasta (shells) 2 sticks of celery 2 large carrots 11/2 cup frozen peas 2 6-ounce cans of tuna 1 cup of Miracle Whip 1/2 cup of Italian dressing Directions: ¡L Fill a large pot two-thirds of the way full with water for the pasta. Set it to boil, 2. Cook the pasta thoroughly according to package directions. 3. Strain the pasta and set it aside in a large salad bowl to cool. Sprinkle it with some óf the Italian dressing. 4. ...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
% A hotographer s Rights Story and Photo by Brandon Nichols • Staff Photographer As the staff photographer for the Daily, as well as a photography major at UNT, I am interested in un- derstanding the rights that a photographer has. I think it is relevant to everyone because it deals with our civil liberties. Most of us now walk around with cell phones handy. Many of these cell phones have picture and video capabilities. We have the technology to send and receive information at an incredible rate. Living in a post- Sept. 11 world, there is a fear this abundance of information could be used in the planning of terrorist attacks. Businesses fear that photography could ruin certain trade secrets they don't want known. Also most people just don't like to be photographed. So will we politely put our cameras away and abandon our right to free expression out of fear of being bullied? Heck no! Carlos Miller from the website "Photography Is Not A Crime" has had his fair share of bullying by M...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
The Best of Denton Circle one nominee per category and turn in to GAB 117 OR vote online at www.ntdaily.com BEST SANDWICH Jimmy John's New York Sub Way Pita Pit McAlister's Deli Panera Bread BEST PIZZA J&J's Pizza on the Square TJ's Wings-n-Things Crooked Crust Hot Box Pizza Palio's Pizza and Café BEST SUSHI I Love Sushi Avocado Uncommon Ground J Sushi Mr. Chopsticks BEST BURGER Denton County Independent Hamburger Co. Boomer Jack Central Grill Katz's Hamburgers Sweetwater Tavern & Grill BEST COFFEEHOUSE Art Six Jupiter House Big Mike's Banter The Hydrant BEST UPSCALE RESTAURANT Hannah's Bochy's Bistro Frilly's Green House The Abbey Inn BEST GROCERY STORE The Cupboard Denton County Farmers Market La Azteca Meat Market BEST FROZEN TREAT Beth Marie's Yogurt Story Yogurt Fusion Eskimo Hut Bahama Bucks BEST THAI FOOD Andaman Thai Sukho Thai II Sweet Basil Thai Ocha Siam Off the Square BEST ASIAN CUISINE Bulgogi House Chinatown Café Mr. Chopsticks Shogun Keiichi BEST BUFFET Pizza...
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BEST GUILTY PLEASURE Kolache Haven/Candy Haven Beth Marie's Mi Casita The Angry Friar Waffle House BEST MUSIC VENUE Hailey's Andy's Basement Bar & Grill Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios The Boiler Room Dan's Silverleaf BEST LIVE THEATRE Campus Theatre UNT RTFPA Building TWU Redbud Theater Green Space Arts Collective BEST MAN V. FOOD Blazin' Wings (Buffalo Wild Wings) Hell Burger (Rooster's Roadhouse) King Kong Burger (RG Burgers & Grill) BEST DANCING '80s Night/'90s Night (Hailey's) Denton Swingout (First Baptist Church) Salsa (La Milpa) BEST TEXTBOOK STORE UNT Bookstore Campus Bookstore Eagle Text Voertman's BEST VEGETARIAN Mr. Chopsticks The Cupboard The Greenhouse BEST BAR FOOD Cool Beans Sweetwater Rocky's Pourhouse Hooligans BEST BAR Cool Beans Lucky Lou's Riprocks Public House Mable Peabody's BEST BEER RUN DESTINATION Howdy Doody Metzler's Eskimo Hut Midway Mart Beer Barn BEST PLACE TO BE A WINE SNOB Wine Squared Vigne BEST HOOKAH BAR Kush Jasmine Natalie's Bagheri's C...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Ir:..: m i i i "Inception" Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page Every decade or so, a movie comes along and completely re-defines what science fic- tion can be, where films can take us. In the '60s Stanley Kubrick took us on a space od- yssey in "2001." George Lucas brought us "Star Wars" in the '70s and everyone knows the mind-blowing power of "The Matrix." It's not that often that a film can show us a world we've never seen, especially in this effects-heavy era. But I doubt even I'm prepared to have my mind blown this wide open. Bring it on. - Kip Mooney, Editor-in-Chief Lady Gaga American Airlines Center, Dallas If Madonna and Marilyn Monroe ever had a child, it would be Lady Gaga. With her promiscu- ous acts and '80s fashion sense, everyone is going gaga for Lady Gaga. An overnight sensation, the "fame monster" has swept the world with her hit singles. Lady Gaga will take the stage in Dallas at Amer- ican Airlines Center for two nights in a row, some- thing the influential...
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Arcade Fire, "The Suburbs" OK, listening public: Can we all write off Arcade Fire's "Neon Bible" yet? Can we finally admit that it's an over- blown, overproduced mess? I think that's vital before we begin discussing why "The Suburbs" is worth anticipat- ing. Their debut "Funeral" was booming and exciting but they're not some heavenly choir. They're just a talented group with like, 43 members-half of them banging trash- cans or something. But the four songs that have leaked from "The Suburbs" display a focused and sinister troupe that's taken a step back. There's an almost evil tone that lurks just below the surface of these songs. It's subtle, but it's evident and not overpowering. And when can we ever describe something this band has put out like that? - Matt Goodman, Former Editor-in-Chief "The Other Guys" starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg After the greatness of "Toy Story 3," I really appre ciate movies that can simultaneously entertain par ents and kids alike. But every n...
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
Tips for finding your study method Story and Photo Illustration by Abigail Allen • Managing Editor Studying, although not always the most fun, provides a great basis for confidence and knowledge of your subject. Studying does not have to equal no social life, especially if you find the right way to study for yourself. Here's my list of options for studying without having to tear your hair out. Try them out with something random that doesn't matter as much as that class that could drag down your GPA or the test that determines your ability to get into graduate school. Then, if it works for you, stick with it. If not, don't be afraid to experiment with other new ideas of how to effectively study, and don't get discouraged if some- thing doesn't work for you. Knowing you did well at the end of a test beats feeling like you blanked out on the an- swers after cramming. 1. Find a friend or loved one who is willing to let you blabber on about the subject you're studying until you feel con...
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 August 2010
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 August 2010
e<ZP UNT students, Welcome to the new academic year! I believe you have made a great decision to be in college, and especially at UNT, during these exciting times. 1 am new here, and it is a good feeling to share in the energy of this thriving university. Like you, I was drawn to UNT because of the great opportunities it provides to students and to all who are affected by our efforts. A few new things you may notice: • There have been some leadership changes but no change in the commitment to excellence and to our great students. • The new Life Sciences Building is open and is a world-class facility. Make sure you take your parents and guests on a tour. • The new football stadium, which is under construction at Mean Green Village, marks a huge step forward for the Mean Green. Wow! • The Business Leadership Building, under construction across the street from Kerr Hall, will house our expert business faculty and students and provide a perfect setting for your outstanding education...
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^ Easiidl® You voted, our staff writes about your favorite places in Denton h\ Saddle up tor horseback rid- ing in North Texas After more than two years under construction, the Life Sciences building is complete Betty White: An appreciation 9 Convention Center on Hold 10 K2 Faces Ban 12 Hall Directors as Advisers 13 Freshman Seminar 15 Lighting the Way 16 Life Sciences' New Home 18 UNT Predicts Growth 20 Working for a Great Boss 29 Surviving the 'Suburbs' 30 Best of Denton Results 40 Calendar of Events * 0 Betty White: Golden Girl 38 Wild Times at Fossil Rim 40 Giddy Up! K2 use leads to bans across the state Fossil Rim: an animal adventure
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Staff Contributors Abigail Allen Managing Editor Brianne Tolj Assistant Editor Lauren Blewett Visuals Editor Louie Solomon Web Editor MIGinflL Nicole Landry Copy Chief Brandon Nichols Josh Pherigo Photographer Staff Writer Christina Mlynski Staff Writer FN Nasreen Iqbal Staff Writer Special thanks to Kathie Hinnen's summer News Writing class for contributing to this issue. STUDENT BUFFET SPECIAL! 501W. University Dr. @ Carroll Blvd 940-320-5656
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 August 2010
Kip Mooney Eclitor-in-Chief KipMooney@my.unt.edu I love quotes. Whether from movies, shows, songs or people I know, I quote the wisdom and humor of others on a regular basis (with proper citation, of course). So here are some of my favorite quotes from the past three years. Some are funny, some are inspiring and some are just the straight-up truth. "A newspaper film critic should encourage critical thinking, introduce new developments, consider the local scene, look beyond the weekend fanboy specials, be a weatherman on social trends, bring in a larger con- text, teach, inform, amuse, inspire, be heartened, be outraged." - Roger Ebert (rogerebert.com) "Son, coin collecting is like life. It stopped being fun a long time ago." - Homer Simpson ("The Simpsons") "Let this be my annual reminder/ That we can all be something big- ger." - Craig Finn of the Hold Steady ("Constructive Summer") "I'm sort of like Costco, I'm big, I'm not fancy and I dare you to not like me." - Eric Stonestreet...