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It’s always going to feel like that to me, I think.UNT is just great athletically, and it’s going to be a second home for sure.” The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Thomas is off to a solid start with the Mean Green.“My ultimate goal is to break the school record and win a conference championship,” said Thomas, whose best result at the Pac-12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships was third place.There are few larger and move dynamic concentrations of gay bars and clubs in the world than along the "Strip" in Oak Lawn, the long-time GLBT quadrant of one of the nation's largest cities.You'll find more than a dozen lounges and clubs (along with both casual and trendy restaurants as well as plenty of colorful boutiques) within a few blocks of each other in this bustling neighborhood centered on the fabulous and flirty intersection of Cedar Springs Road and Throckmorton Street.In fact, nearly all of the city's gay bars are in Oak Lawn, although a handful (the Dallas Eagle, Tin Room, Hidden Door, Brick, Kaliente, etc.) are on the northwest side of the neighborhood - across the Dallas North Tollway in the direction of the Southwestern Medical District and Love Field airport, and an even smaller cluster of them (Zippers, BJ's NXS, Pub Pegasus) are a short drive north and east in Uptown, just outside of Oak Lawn.
Hall's story deals with Hartville's serious knee injuries and his close friendship with Rogers.Thomas ran 8.09 seconds in the 60 hurdles prelims, and his prelim time has him optimistic about breaking the North Texas school record of 8.0 seconds.“Last year, I beat the school record three times, but I was at Colorado,” said Thomas, who came out publicly as gay in 2016. It’s just a matter of when.” For the Albuquerque meet, Thomas painted his fingernails with the UNT school colors of green and white.Rogers was driving home to Charlotte, North Carolina, so Rogers' roommate and Hartville received invitations to come along to the Tar Heel State."I think subconsciously, I did it as I started coming to terms with my sexuality," Hartville says of developing a close friendship with Rogers.