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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Wine with a Picnic Story by Brianne Tolj • Assistant Editor Photo courtesy of Augusta Liddic Ladies, if you're anything like me a great date does not always have to cost a fortune — it is the thought and creativity that can be the best part. This summer, embrace the outdoors and have a lazy picnic on the sprawling lawn of the historic Courthouse-on-the-Square. The vibrant atmosphere and people make for a great environment. Visit Wine2 and buy a $10 bottle of wine before settling down with a blanket and snacks or sandwiches on the lawn. Wine2, at 110 W. Oak St. A, across from the Courthouse, allows customers to buy the wine they desire and borrow glasses to take to the lawn with them. You will need to leave your credit card at the store while you are using the glasses for collateral. Set up your picnic under one of the many large shady trees around the Square and enjoy the sights. Musicians frequently perform on the grounds so you may encounter great free enter- tainment also. Vinta...

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Beating the Texas Heat By Josh Pherigo Staff Writer The Texas summer has arrived. Thermometers are rising, car leather is burn- ing and ice cream is melting. And as is the case every year when the days grow longer and hotter, Texans everywhere are turning up the AC, busting out the tank tops and scampering for shade. The misery of a breezeless mid-July after- noon is undeniable in just about every city across the state. In Amarillo, strangers find commonality in jointly cursing the Lone Star heat. Neighbors in Waco meet in front lawns to discuss the damned state of their once perfect, now dead, grass. Even Austin politicians can unite in the agreement that ours is a suffering which folks in other states simply can't under- stand, not in Mississippi or New Mexico or Arizona (it's a dry heat). Indeed, as a society, the people of Texas take pride in just about everything synonymous with our rich heritage and infamously unfor- giving temperatures are no exception. Sweat soaked grumbles...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Ray Roberts Lake Johnson Bm/ic/i Located here in Denton County, Ray Roberts Lake is a hidden jewel for outdoors enthusiasts who haven't yet discovered its secluded coves and miles of biking trails. About a half hour's drive north of the Denton Square, this 30,000- acre reservoir features two different park units available to campers: Johnson's Branch and Isle Du Bois. While many of the same amenities are offered at both units — including a camp store open on weekends from March through November — some features vary between the two. For instance, Isle Du Bois offers equestrian campsites, a swimming beach and a lighted fishing pier. Johnson's Branch gives campers a somewhat primitive experience, as many of the campsites are located out of sight from the parking lot where vehicles remain. I stayed at the Dogwood Canyon cove in Johnson's Branch. The campsite was a short hike from the parking lot and bathroom facili- ties, and being the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend, it was surpr...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

5 Things New Campers Should Know 1. There will be bugs — lots of bugs. Some you find every- day in the corner of your bathroom, some you will be the first in the world to discover, but all of them will at some point attach themselves to you. Brush them off and move on. Embrace the encounter as part of your experience in the great outdoors. Bug spray will help, but fix- ating on the amount of creatures crawling or flying in your immedi- ate vicinity will likely detract from your expe- 2. The campfire is not a trashcan. Campers should live by a simple rule: Don't put it in a campfire what you wouldn't put in a fireplace. Items that should be considered universally applicable include: aluminum cans, glass, Axe body spray canisters, lighters, plas- tic and any kind of ammunition. Having personally found all of those items in fire pits at campsites in the past, I can't stress enough how unnatural a shot- gun shell looks next to a half-burned log. 3. When cooking, if you're not sure if i...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Cedar Hi I Sitting on the shore of the 7,500 acre Joe Pool Reservoir, Cedar Hill State Park is located about an hour's drive through Dallas traffic, about 10 miles southwest of the city. This park is worth the drive and the $5 day pass. Its status as an urban set park makes it a popular destination for day trips and recreational boating activities. While camping is available and encouraged, the draw for visitors without watercraft is really in its picturesque view of the Dallas area on the elevated hills that roll through its boundaries. On weekends, the lake becomes crowded with jet skis and other sporting boats, so don't expect to catch a ton of fish from most áreas along the shoreline. However, Cedar Hill does offer several stocked fishing coves and ponds complete with piers, and for novice fishermen looking for a good place to cast, those amenities are more than enough to have an enjoyable afternoon. Additionally, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Go Fish program, which...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Cool desserts ,umi»ert""e Story and photos by Abigail Allen • Managing Editor A cool dessert makes sense at the end of a long summer day. My mom, Rosemary Thatcher, has a couple of great recipes that are simple, fun and a little bit messy that you can take to a family reunion, a get-together with friends or just to your dining room table. for veiftts Don't forget your Application for Summer Financial Aid! Summer application deadline is Jnly 9th! sfAs Information brought to you by Student Financial Aid and Scholarships (SFAS) SFAS is located on the 1st and 2nd levels of the ESSC (940) 565-2302 ★ www.unt.edu/askunt Is the Texas sun tanning your hide? Come inside and take classes at UNT! Lemon Squares These citrusy treats will have you and your family and friends licking your fingers. The tart filling and the powdered sugar on top contrast well and provide a fruity dessert that will make you smile. The custard-style dish bakes quickly, and you have to keep an eye on it while it's baki...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Dirt Cake Ingredients: This dessert will remind you of the days you made mud pies in the backyard. This easy no-bake dish allows you to be creative with your presentation. The sweet cream cheese mixture and the Oreo cookie "dirt" play off of each other nicely and provide a fun home for gummy worms or fake flowers. It will also give you enough to have plenty of dirt cake batter if you want to eat it straight. Don't be afraid to get a little messy especially when you make the dirt, and don't get impatient about crushing the cookies. 1 20-ounce package of Oreo cookies 1 8-ounce package of cream cheese, softened 1 cup of powdered sugar 1 6-serving size packages of instant vanilla pudding mix 31/2 cups of milk 1 12-ounce carton of Cool Whip Directions: 1. Crush Oreo cookies in a blender or in a large plastic bag until the mixture resembles dirt. 2. Cream the cream cheese and powdered sugar together. 3. Stir pudding mix and milk for two minutes. 4. Fold in the cheese mixture. 5. Fold in ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

Denton b(k©fats§<ts te ir^dfeiíüte dfewin) Pina Colada, Cotton Candy, Blue Coconut, Shrek and Tigers Blood. These are some of the snow cone flavors that drive Denton residents to take a detour on their way home, get out of their cars and face triple-digit temperatures, and relive, for just a short while, their childhood. Located on University Drive, Goody Goody Sno-Cones offers a diversion on a hot summer day. Despite making snow cones every day and having tried nearly every flavor, Goody Goody Sno-Cones employee Nick Baird has yet to tire of the summertime dessert. "My favorite is the Bahama Mama with banana and coco- nut," he Said. Baird, who is the nephew of the stand's owner, Paul Vela, said that location and prices are what makes Goody-Gopdy so good. "We're right across the street from the junior highs and on the side of a major road," he said with a smile. "We also have a drive-thru." ------ I'Ul LILU&t; VVJLLU pieiei to get their Snovv con.es the tradi- tional way, Go...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

"The shaver makes the ice soft like snow," Raney said. Between ringing up custom- ers, she said 100 to 200 people come in daily. She said her favorite parts of the job are interacting with the customers and getting free snow cones as an employee. Raney is not a consistent- flavor kind of fan. "It just depends on the day," she said. "Today, I'm really feel- ing pink lemonade." A service that the company provides is the opportunity for students ranging from kinder- garteners to 12th graders to bring in their report cards show- ing straight A's and in return receive a free snow cone. Bahama Bucks regulars Eleanor Berger and Jacob Bates said it's the snow cone flavors and the ice that keep them coming to the store, sometimes twice a week. Berger, an elementary edu- cation sophomore at UNT, said that her favorite flavor is either Pina Colada or Blue Raspberry. i I Bahama Bucks, located at 231W. University Dr., allows K-12 students like Miya Oranday to bring in their report cards for a f...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

2010 FIFH World Cup South Africa Jozy flltidore, forward DaMarcus Beasley, midfielder Carlos Bocanegra, dofendor Michael Bradley, midfielder Cdson Buddie, forward Stove Cherundolo, defender Ricardo Clark, midfielder Jay DeMerit, defender Clint Dempsey, midiielder London Donovan, midfielder U.S. Men's Team Roster DEFENDING CHAMP Italy (2006) Maurice Cdu, midfielder Benny Feilhaber, midfielder Robbie Findley, forward Herculez Gomez, forward Clarence Goodson, defender Brad Guzan, goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, goalkeeper Stuart Holden, midfielder Tim Howard, goalkeeper Oguchi Onyewu, defender Jonathan Spector, defender José Torres, defender Other Teams Competing Algeria Japan Argentina Mexico Australia The Netherlands Brazil New Zealand Cameroon Nigeria Chile North Korea Denmark Paraguay England Portugal France Serbia Germany Slovakia Ghana Slovenia Greece South Africa Honduras South Korea Italy Spain Ivory Coast Switzerland Uruguay FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA 2010 Players have unfavor...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

"Toy Story 3" starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen Children of all ages will flock to the theaters to see Disney-Pixar's latest movie with hopes that it lives up to the standard set more than 10 years ago with the original movie. Here, Buzz, Woody and the toy gang end up in a daycare center after Andy goes away to col- lege. New characters include a Ken doll and Lots- o'-Huggin' Bear. I hope this one opens children's imaginations, just like the original did for me. - Katie Grivna, Fall Arts & Life Editor THE ROOM ? "The Room" starring Tommy Wiseau and Juliette Danielle It doesn't get any worse than this. Tommy Wiseau's legendary film debut, about one man's crumbling life is hysterical for all the wrong rea- sons. This melodramatic mess has shoddy camera work, a complete lack of continuity and unbeliev- able characters. Truly the worst movie ever made, this must be seen to be believed. - Kip Mooney, Editor-in-Chief Friday "Toy Story 3" ^°^nngJ«hBrolin Saturday "The Room IriWOód Thea...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

"Despicable Me" starring Steve Carell and Jason Segel While the plot sounds needlessly lame — a trio of orphans show up on a loner's doorstep and he's forced to care for them — the marketing for this animated flick has been absolutely genius, revealing little inside-jokes and plot points for the past year. Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) is the World's Greatest Super-villain, until he's forced to compete against Vector (Jason Se- gel), his arch-nemesis out to claim the title. This could end up being the most pleasant animated surprise since "Monsters vs. Aliens." -Kip Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Palladium Ballroom, Dallas 8 p.m. ■palladiumballroom.com This summer, one band is hoping to make their show experience a little more personal. Cramming all 10 of its members on stage with even larger instruments, the California band has been gaining momentum with its first album release "Up from Below." The happy-go-lucky group incorporates sing-a-longs and handclaps during its summer...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 18 June 2010

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Letter from the Editor Kindness Inspires Generosity 3 2010's Best Stuff...So Far 9 The Anti- 'Sex and the City' 11 In the Loop 12 Summer in Spain 4 Warped Tour Diary 16 Golden Triangle's Future 17 Managing Your Money 20 A Week Without... 24 Beating the Texas Heat Part II: Texas Tours 26 Gutterth's Musical Mission 28 A Cool Dinner Idea 29 A Photographer's Rights 30 Best of Denton polls 32 Calendar of Events 34 Study Tips for Summer 2 km Em A MS ^■¡■«355 vat* "A:- ' r * " m Diamonds in the rough at Warped Tour Finding the line of a photog- rapher's legal rights 12 Spending the summer in Spain with the study abroad program i In Bottle Tour the Dr Pepper plant in Dublin Gutterth Productions' dynamic duo

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