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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Texas Parks otter summer getaways i T parched Denton for the best snow cones gebft Frielids serves up fashion 4 Letter from the Editor 7 Houston vs. Denton § The Best Show on Television 9 Hot Hot Heat's 'Future' 10 Where the Sidewalk Ends 11 Summer Reading Essentials 12 Summer Fashion Trends o Surviving Summer School 15 In-N-Out Burger in Texas 16 Burger of a Different Sort 21) Cheap Dates in Denton 22 Beating the Texas Heat Part I: State Parks 26 Summertime Desserts 28 Snow Patrol: Finding Denton's best frozen treats 31 2010 World Cup preview 32 Calendar of Events Lemon squares provide a refreshing summer treat Additional photo courtesy: p.7 Ralph Lauer/Ft. Worth Star-Tele- gram/MCT p.8 NBC Universal p.24 Shane Hartman/Creative Commons p.30 Chuck Myers/MCT

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Staf Abigail Allen Managing Editor Abigail Thatcher Allen started as a freshman intern for the Daily in fall 2007 and has since worked as intern, copy chief and now manag- ing editor. She will graduate in May with degrees in jour- nalism and political science. She got married to Greg Allen on Aug. 1, 2009. She loves spending time with her big family which in- cludes 22 nieces and neph- ews, and tries to be around them as much as possible. When she's not busy with schoolwork or visiting family she loves to read almost any type of book, feed ducks with Greg or watch movies with him. The couple hopes to travel the world some day especially museums and ancient architecture in Europe. ontributors Nicole Landry Copy Chief This is Nicole's first summer working for the Daily though she's been on staff since fall 2009, or as she choose to call it, "When I Got Really, Really, Really Busy." As this is also her first sum- mer in Denton - she's origi- nally Sugar Land, just outside Houston - sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Kip Mooney Editor-in-Chief KipMooney@my.unt.edu Kip Mooney is one of those sickening overachievers, who will graduate in August after just three years at UNT. Having written just about every type of story in his col- lege career, he jumped at the chance to edit the Daily and plans to revitalize the summer edition. After graduation, he hopes to land a job writing about culture for a magazine or website but is currently looking for a "dare-to-be- great situation" as his two favorite fields of journalism— film reviews and features— generate about three readers a year combined. Hailing from the mean streets of Garland, Kip has a passion for pop cul- ture and religion, and hopes to land somewhere between Rob Sheffield and Rob Bell in his writing style. For more insight into the man's twisted mind, visit kipmooney.blog- spot.com Letter from the Editor f /1 í1 *A\v * 1 i i , I fcflHWk Dear Readers, I'll be honest — I never expected this. When I started at the Daily in 2008, my ambitions w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Houston ian shares view of Denton By Nicole Landry • Copy Chief OPINION Although I can never say that I'm a born-and- raised Texan since I lived elsewhere for eight years, the city I call home is southwest Houston - Sugar Land to be precise. In living there, I got used to a certain way of life: two temperatures — humid-hot and bone- chilling cold — inconsiderate drivers who don't believe in blinkers and the inability to reasonably walk anywhere. Wait, did I say I got used to all that? I meant to say that I managed to survive it. I just finished my sophomore year here at UNT and as I begin my first Denton summer, I've got to say that I've learned quite a few things, though all unintended by the university. Struga Management, LLC. THE OASIS Come visit our 9 different locations >Efficencies > Lofts >1 & 2 Bedrooms Close to UNT &TWU MONTH FREE I (940)565-8413 www.strugamgmt.com One: Hippies still exist. In Sugar Land, everyone everywhere does the same things the same w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Brigfht 'Lights^ Si C Jk Jk á lili «A I f Sometimes I wonder why I even have a TV set. Sure, I watch DVDs from time to time, but when it comes to new shows, there's pretty much nothing on — especially since "Modern Family" and "Community" have both retired until the fall. But then every summer, I realize why I keep the TV on or even why television was invented in the first place. It's all because of a little show called "Friday Night Lights." Peter Berg, who directed the fantastic film version of Buzz Bissinger'S still-controversial chronicle of small-town life where football is the unofficial religion, adapted his film for television back in 2006. The show has never found a sizeable audience but, if you've watched any TV in the last five years, there's almost always an inverse relationship between a show's quality and its ratings. While the show has been relegated to airing its entire season on DirecTV before running in a Friday night death slot on NBC, make no mistake. This is th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Hot Hot Heat turns out lukewarm attempt Christina MIynski • Staff Writer Hot Hot Heat had it down pat with their name to predict this summer's weather conditions. Unfortunately, after a decade of touring and three albums, Future Breeds, was burned out before the fire even started. The opening track "YVR" kicks off the tone for the majority of the album — rushed. It's busy with fast-paced drums and random high and low keys, which quickly becomes overbearing. The Canadian quartet, at one point in time, had albums in the Top 50 and singles featured in HP commercials. The band was wise to break for three years and finally stand up on its own two feet. Tracks like "Implosionatic" shows that the wait was well worth it. The song ventures back to Hot Hot Heat's native tongue as catchy guitar riffs lead- ing the way. Lead singer Steve Bays completely adds another dimension of flavor with his raw and indisputable lyrics. The key component to Future Breeds, which deserves some level of respec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Denton needs more sidewalks Opinion Story and photos by Abigail Allen Managing Editor Denton is "going green." There's even a part of the city's website devoted to it. If you want to walk in Denton, however, make sure your route has sidewalks. One patch of road in Denton that lacks side- walks on one or both sides of the street is the more than a mile stretch from the corner of Bernard Street and Eagle Drive and onto Dallas Drive. Throughout that path, there are two bus stops on the sides without sidewalks running to them. The problem lies in the danger and the disrespect that are inherent in not providing enough sidewalks access to everyone. A ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 2001 declared that city governments must ensure that individuals who are disabled can use sidewalks. The judges said that the most impor- tant sidewalks to renovate first are those near government offices followed by those near "transportation, places of public accom- modation an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

"Ender's Game" and "Ender's Shadow" I'll Orson Scott Card When my husband told me that his favorite book series, starting with "Ender's Game," were some of the greatest books ever, I had definite concerns that I would hate the books and we would have a major disagreement about them. Instead, I discovered a great set of books that took little to no time to devour (figuratively speaking, of course). Although these books have definite sci-fi themes, they are more about life and the factors that guide people to make their decisions in * life. -r CCk1!® The characters, mainly children, show you how innocence can be used to create super intelligent military leaders who don't under- what it means to play and be a kid. They also show you the nature and value of a good heart, love and sympathy. Although I'm partial to "Ender's Shadow" and the books that follow it in the Shadow Series, almost every book from "Ender's Game" on has the potential to draw you in enough to leave you in tears, eve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

unviving By Nasreen Iqbal Staff Writer Photo illustration by Abigail Allen Higher temperatures, longer days and less clothing required means one thing in Denton: If s time for summer school. Students use the time to get ahead in school, learn new things or boost their GPA's. For criminal justice senior Jarrod Ballard, all three reasons lead him to enroll in both sum- mer terms. "I don't have a lot of free time>" Ballard said. This summer Ballard is taking two crimi- nal justice courses, interning with the Denton Police Department and working at the stu- dent activities center on campus. Ballard said that although he is deter mined to stay focused in his classes, he knows that doing so is no easy task. "Some classes can last for close to three hours," he said. "Taking a break is crucial. I know that after a while I need to take a little breather.'' Shannon Sawyer, an adviser at the Learning Center, agrees with Ballard and said that taking a break is a necessary part of the learni...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

-N-Out E rg ristina Mlynski • Staff Writer sy of Diana Hamilton to Texas Garland city commissioners gathered at their weekly Council meeting and were presented with detailed designs that looked like the structure for California's well-known drive-thru: In-N-Out Burger. In-N-Out Burger, founded in 1948, received approval in May to expand its franchise fur- ther east. The business has 240 chain-units covering the states of California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. The new division will be located on the exterior of Firewheel Town Center off of Interstate-90 George Bush Tollway and Highway 78. "There is still a great deal that has to happen before we actually open for business in Texas, so it would be premature to try to speculate about possible opening dates," said Carl Van Fleet, vice president for planning and development of In-N-Out Burger in a phone interview. The franchise plans to open other locations in the Dallas- Fort Worth area because a new patty production and distribution ce...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Fashion Introduces t(\e perfect combo\ Brandon Nicfiols burger and friends The neon-red box frames the golden fries and surrounds the outline of a curvaceous woman. The off-white letters below spell out the name in capital letters: Burger and Friends. Visitors push open the door and are greeted with a surprise: a room full of mouth-watering colors, showcasing a fashion collection. The people stand in the doorway with confused looks, realizing they're not in a restaurant. They gain composure and slowly walk backward out the doór. "That happens all the time, people come in and realize they can't eat here," said Austin Tinius, sole owner of Burger and Friends, while shaking his head and smiling. CUSTOM & ORIGINAL T-SHIRTS & OTHER ART CRAP mlm nWmr CLOSED SUN-MON I I Owner Austin Tinius says that customers who come into his store often mistake it for a burger restaurant. The store, located at 108 W. Oak on the Square, actually designs custom T-shirts and other items. A Secret L...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

 r—i - Creativity are Tinius's stiong character PtIhA JH» traits. ■ "His trademark is this idea sAjti —■ thafs really playful and almost childlike but with a serious twist, I like how it really makes people second-guess what his work is," Canales said. The shop door swings open as two young women gather around his sewing machine, which reads, THERE IS NO TRY/ on the front. The shoppers routinely come for Custom Wallet Fridays. "The first place I j¡n¡us |ias a wide variety of custom-made clothing sold wallets was in Denton ^ gallery at a place called 'Art Prostitute../" Tinius said. "They were the first store to buy my work, and it proved to me that I should keep doing it and that these guys, whose art I respected, were now carrying my wallets in their store." Home of the Brave Burger and Friends is carried in more than 30 stores throughout the U.S. and the world. Every six months Tinius creates new T-shirts for the line to present at a tradeshow in Las Vegas. He sees what consumers...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

heap dates around Denton Most college students have more problems with their bank accounts than their homework, so with that in mind, the Daily staff came up with ideas for cheap dates around Denton. Concert on the Square Story and photos by Christina Mlynski • Staff Writer HKnown for its infamous music scene, Denton presents a refreshing alternative to the various venues located ^^ioughout the city. HCtoncert on the Square is hosted every Wednesday from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is the best summer treat to share with that special someone. It's a sure way to impress one's significant other with musical styling from local entertainment. Bring a nice, big blan- ket and a packed picnic bas- ket filled with a homemade lunch, and relax under- neath one of the many trees presented throughout the Courthouse-on-the-Square grounds at 110 W. Hickory St. With the cool shade and the serene melodies,, anyone will be swept off his or her feet. This event is a summertime staple that is certain to ...

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