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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 12 August 2011

Denton: Then and Now By the Num ers Population he history o population in Denton 140,000 100,000 IWoodson Harris IGrocery off the (square burned Idown. 60,000 20,00C 1880 1910 1920 -Graph by Ashley Crystal Firstley, Senior Staff Writer 1943 1962 1984 1992 2004 2008 Year / ^ "—- lotion r °""ty In,, L 12 C°inm!tteP nsPor- / msPortation p approves the Paste Magazine names Denton best Mel Wheeler sold KDNT AM and FM, Denton's only radion station, to Garland resident Galen O. Gilbert. Sources: Weather.com Texas Almanac U.S. Census Bureau City-data.com Year the City's Namesake, John B. Denton, was born 10 Were Killed and 200 Injured by a Denton Tornado in 1957 1857 Denton was Established as a City Tornado Alley Denton's average tornado activity lis 258 percent higher than the national average. 113°F Denton's Highest Record Temperature -Numbers provided by Alex Macon 42 Information ntdaily.com On The Record

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 12 August 2011

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 12 August 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

CM THE RECORD WHAT' 14 S INSIDE VOL.4 ISSUE 1 JUNE 2012 ARTS & LIFE 5 m NFUi-lG PLX3® EXfton's Gpm Air Art 6 SCENIC STROLL Path Highlights Campus Art 8 JULIET'S JEWELS Globetrotter Teaches Meditation 9 FASHION Texas Collection at UNT FEATURES 10 FIGHTING SPECTACLE Xtrerne Championship Wrestling 13 ROUND ONE Mixed Martial Arts in Denton 14 WIND FARM IXeez^ Stagy ti Mnrtb "Icssas 18 ROFUN Entente QJtjre 'Of Biking UNT 22 NERDS OF A FEATHER Alternative Corn rn u n ities 24 WM4W Ffeseafdrt uOansewsticfi 27 KEEPIN THRIEE Affordable Shopping Options ON THE COVER: BOBBY "THE LUMBERJACK''' LAMBERT PHOTO BY PATRICK HOWARD VISIT NTDA1LY.COM EOR VIDEOS s AND MORE STORIES JUNE 20 3

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

' ATI IF RECORD f ON THE RECORD STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF PAUL BOTTONI MANAGING EDITOR ALEX MACON RHOTO EDITOR JAMES COREAS MULTIMEDIA S, DESIGN EDITOR SAMANTUA GUZMAN FROM LERTO RIGHT: ALE/;. MACON, SAMATTTHA GUZMAN, PAUL BOTTONI, JAMES COREAS SENIOR STAFF WRITERS Nicole Balderas Ashley Grant SENIOR STAFF PHO~ Patrick Howard Amber Plumley "OGRARHERS \FF PHOTOGRAPHERS Tyler Cleveland Desiree Cousineau \FF DESIGNERS Parnia Tahamzadeh Andrew Tellez \FF WRITERS Caroline Basile H. Drew Blackburn Ashley-Crystal Firstley Ryne Gannoe Kyle Marty Holly Harvey Michelle Heath Nadia Hill Emily Hopkins Katie Olson Ben Peyton Jason Yang \FF VIDEOGRAPHER Alec Gates 4 JUNE 201

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

CM THE RECORD ART IN THE AIR DE P "0 S R" can be found on the walls of Ramen Republic and the inside of Jupiter House. II haven't taken art classes since the third grade," Orbock said. Orbock, who relies onconeeptualism and trial and error with his art, likens painting to cooking. Some of his work is up for sale at Jupiter House, and Orbock said one of his pieces was purchased last year BY H. DREW BLACKBURN S ome art is meant to be admired, analysed and appraised in posh galleries by a nebulously defined intellectual elite. Other art can be found in a more public natural habitat. Throughout Denton, the work of local artists is found hanging from coffee shop walls and looking down from the walls of buildings. HHT student and artist Jon Orbock has painted murals for 35 Denton and local businesses, some of which ££Music and art That's what Denton is al about.}} by Mayor Mark Burroughs. Local businesses such as Banter,, Art 6, Jupiter House, and Big Mike s :BocCyScaping Hair Removal I S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

' ATI IF RECORD THE CAMPUS ART WALK PATH SHOWS 0 FT BY ASHLEY GRANT ^ 1 A while dump truck with orange rust stains marking its age remains permanentlyparked next to asmall pond outside the Art Building's doors. Tall yellow sunflowers and other plants sprout from the makeshift garden falling out of tile back of I lie truck, a piece of art that has ingrained itself into IISfTs campus as much as any building or sidewalk. The installation, created by Bulgarian- born artist Daniel Bozhkoy, is one of more tlian 80 works scattered throughout campus for "\rl in Public Places,'' the unm;jsll\'s collection of | ml >1 if art. "Through the lens of art, you get to know the campus," said Vicloria DeGuir, registrar for Art in Public Places. "They [the art] help tell the story of tl5£C?> Art in Public Places at TINT has its very own self-guided walking tour, Art Path, open to students or anyone curious about llie hi.sloiy of the campus. The tour highlights 36 artworks and offers a brief descr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

CM THE RECORD 1 A?' ,.u THE EUROPEAN GETAWAY LDWOOD INN HOSTS WEDDINGS, MORE BY CAROLINE BASILE B ehind a wrought iron gate, hidden away on Lillian Miller Parkway, is a sprawling four-acre lot where Denton's premier luxury hotel stands. The WildwOod Inn is a European- style hotel offering 14 rooms. It blends the ideas aK a bed and breakfast with a high-class hotel. Built in 2001, the hotel includes a four-star restaurant featuring local chef Pam Chittenden:. The restaurant is open to the public Thursday Eriday and Saturday o\filings from 6 to 10 p.m., and is also open for a Sunday brunch. The inn was sold in 2006 to I \T alumni Sarah and Keith Waters. Hotel manager and wedding coordinator Kendra Howell has been with the Wildwood for four years. "People always think we're: someone's big, old houlft: but we were built new to look old; it's vejy unique," Howell said. The inn regularly hosts dinners and business meetings fon tTBT. "Most of our wait staff in the restaurant are LINT stude...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

DET81 RECORD GLOBAL JEWELS BY NICOLE BALDERAS Dawa Juliet Sangmu didn't come to: the U.S. planning to:: Start Ju- liet's Jewels - a shop and medi- tation center at 3.1S W. Sycamore Si. - but she said it saved her life. ,Sfcw the shop, which has jewelry and clothing from Thailand to India, is nearing its 11th year in business. Sangmu grew up in Dr Graham's homes, a charity-based boarding school started by Christian missionaries in India. In her 16 years at the school, she helped care for orphaned babies and Said she learned the true meaning of compassion. "So many of us came from broken homes," Sangmu said. "\\<- are each other's family." After a move to the ILS. and a divorce, Sangmu joined the TJ.S- Army for the chance to be closer to her homeland. Sangmu returned to Denton after only two months in basic training, say- ing she wasn't cut out for the more vio - lent aspects of militaiy life. "When it came to the point where we had to be angry and kill, I thought, I wasn't going t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

CM THE RECORD HISTORY VIA FASHION BY NICOLE BALDERAS Tucked inside of Scoular Hall, past the hallways of clas->ro<mis. is a journey through history by way of fashion. hi 1938, Edward and Stanley Marcus of the Neiman. Marcus family began assem- bling work from top fashion designers as a tribute to their late aunt. The growing as- semblage of works from various eras came to EBFff in 1972, and tlie Texas Fashion Collection has since evolved into a world renowned congregation of more than 18,000 piecas of clothing, shoes and other fashionable artifacts. The 4,500-square-foot room housing tire collection feels more like the back- stage of a fashion show than a showroom. The climate-controlled room -> the tem- perature ranges from 65 to 71) degrees, al- though Dawn Figueroa, assistant curator nl'ilif collection, said it usually feels more like 62 — ensures the preservation of items in the room, some of which date back to the 1800s. A tour of 11 it • collection showcases Cou- ture...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

AGAINST THE ROPES IN THE RING WITH XCW WRESTLING BY ASHLEY GRANT Flying off t J it- ropes. llie Liuiiberjack extends his aim, his fist connecting with the face of the Boston Teabagger, sending the Revo lntionaiy-era warrior headfirst onto I lie mat. The <-l lob-slat i is. gul I ti islet's, bulldogs, sleeper holds, clotheslines and elbow strikes practiced by hiciiiIm-in of Denton's Xtreme Championship Wrestling Institute are more spectacle than back- allej brawl, but the mental and physical challenges of professional wrestling are very real. "These guys are getting slammed on about a half-inch of padding, wood urn) si cel." sakbHlte Davis, owner of the recently-opened institute at 3737 Mingo Road. "The physical toll on the body after being in a wrestling match is equivalent to being in a serious car Wreck because of the impact on their spines, joints and heads," From 2000 to 2009, XCW toured the Morth Texas circuit. Davis, who Wrestled professionally for 12 years, said wrestlers w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

during the first 12 months. D nring the first six weeks, begin nets aren't even allowed in the ring, which Davis said makes the XGW Institute different from a lot of other places. "Being in the ring is something that should be earned not only by hard work, but by eveiyong else here voting on whether or not a person deserves to be in therei" he said. Davis said the institute was open to anyone willing to sacrifice their bodies and put in the time and money. Along with showing trainees the ropes, XCW Institute puts on a "wrestling clinic" about every two months. The clinics feature different hosts* Usually performefis who made it to the mainstream circuit. The hosts share personal experiences, give advice and sometimes train with students at the institute. Davis said he hopes to open another location, also in I)<miIoii. sometime next year with the eventual goal of lesuming weekly shows. The camaraderie and the sense brotherhood among wrestlers at the institute makes it stand out fr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

CM THE RECORD FIGHT CLUBS A LOOK AT DENTOr BY RYNE GANNQE Being fenced in a 750-square-foot octagon cage with another' person who is out to punch, kick, slam or grapple his or her way to a victoiy is not everyone's idea of fun. However, mixed martial arte is a growing phenomenon that has grown from its roots in Brazilian ''anything goes" fights of the mid-1900s to a sport practiced in gyms around the world, including North Texas, Broughtto the US. in 1993, the founding of the Ultimate Fighting Championship helped bring lire nascent sport to a new audience. .Each UPC fight consists of trass five- minute rounds, or five rounds in the case of a title fight. Regulated by state athletic commissions, MMA fighters, are not allowed to bite, scratch or kick to tin-groin in sanctioned fights. Rules are in place for safety, but essentially an vi l ring else goes, including a wide variety of techniques and styles. One-dimensional MMA fighters are nonexistent — success in the sport requires know...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

ON THE RECORD IT'S BLOWIN' IN THE WIND RBINES POWER 40% OF DENTO RG BY EMILY HOPKINS About 40 percent of the .energy powering the lights in Denton is generated by 75 wind tur- bines spinning away about 45 miles northwest of Denton. Denton's wind energy comes from 262-foot-tall General Electric tur- bines, each equipped with three 132-foot-long blades. Seventy-five turbine® operate at Wolf Ridge Wind Farm, generating .1 12.5 megawatts of electrical power a day, the equivalent of powering 34,000 homes. Wolf Ridge, located near Yluen- ster, Texas, provides 40 percent of Denton Municipal Electric's energy. Denton Municipal Electric s diverse power portfolio includes other en- ergy sources:; 50 percent from Gib- bon's. Greek coal plant, one percent from methane collected from the city landfill, and nine percent from mis- cellaneous sources provided through a power contract with NRG Power Marketing LLC. However, the general trend, is. mov- ing Denton's energy dependence toward more renewa...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

ON THE RECORD 11 "> stich a clean energy source, there's not going to be negative pol- lution as a result of having wind en- ergy" said Mcndii' Schmidt, assistant director of outreach in the UfiET Of- fice of Sustainability. The wind turbines located at Ea- gle Point provide an education tool or a visual representation, of I NT s «*c>111111iIt11<*111 lo clean sustainable en- ergy, Schmidt, said. The turbines are community-scale, 121 feet tall, sig- nificantly smaller than those at Wolf Ridge so that they don't obstruct neighborhood views or generate abundant ambient noise* "Overall there was a high level of support for the project," said Lauren HHisuri. assistant director of opera- tions in the Office of Sustainability, "It's essential that you involve the Stakeholders, and the community was a stakeholder in this project." The S, million turbines were paid for with a grant from the. State: En- ergy Conservation Office, and power about 6 percent of Eagle Point's en- ergy nee...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 15 June 2012

BIKE RACK CITY A LOOK AT DENTON'S BIKE CULTURE BY ASHLEY-CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY T t's evident in I the dozens of cyclists pedaling miles eveiy Tuesday night. It's in the thousands ol'< il\ dollars going toward a new bike — plan, or tlie %iiew "share the *r l roau arrows f painted on D ei^tiOn §tcgets, and is apparent_ | eveiy time a mallet strikes a ball in a game of bike polo. I )Mrtoir is home to an emerging culture of biking, a culture set to change in the, near future at both a City-wide and personalifeyel • ■<.wThat's one^-. think I like about Denton? is that #e're still in that transitioning phase, ' said Nathaniel Lightfoot, a treasurer at the non- profit community bike shop Queife'ncia. "If you go to places like Portland .and Austin, - or Denver, Jhey have all these infrastructures ill place but here we actually get to >cV it com6<aboutjS,w, Bicycling: A growing trend TJ3ST alumna Jilliail Jordan said that 10 years ago, she couldn't imagine biking becoming such a big d...

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