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Farewell Angelina

All-female country group sweet the stage with their powerful instrumentalist music at the Pines Theater!
October 25, 2019

Meredith Crawford Delivers In Transit

Chandler-born Meredith Crawford’s new, second solo CD begins with a song she didn’t want to write about a person she didn’t like. The tall, red-haired singer-songwriter with the penetrating voice delivers lyrically meaningful, often wistful originals on “Transit.”
August 20, 2019

Is It Ever Enough

Poetry written by local Upper East Side of Texas Residents.
August 20, 2019

Announcing Season 1 of Adventure and Romance Airing on Amazon Prime

A new Amazon Prime TV show called “Adventure and Romance Show,” features couple Lee and Alicia DuCote taking viewers on some adventurous “date nights.”
August 20, 2019

Artist Beth Hubbert Lives, Paints in Full Color

Artist Beth Hubbert creates impasto, textured paintings with numerous bright, happy colors.
August 20, 2019

Creative Partners Share Exploding Rainbow Vomit

Father-son duo Jason and Julian Mendez teamed up with entrepreneur Deanna Theis to create Rainbow Vomit this year, an immersive art exhibit and Instagram museum designed to bring to life comic books in a technicolor world of light, sound, and color. Completing the management team is their experience director, “Rainbow” Rob Andrews.
August 20, 2019

Victor Thall’s Abstract Expressionism is Featured in Longview

The work of Victor Thall is featured in “Discovering Abstract Expressionist” from October 5 through December 21 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Thall abandoned New York in 1950 as the Abstract Expressionist movement rose to fame. This exhibition reveals a retrospective of his body of work and his story.
August 20, 2019

Noises Off Is Greenville’s Newest Play

“Noises Off” comes to the Greenville Municipal Auditorium September 13 - 15 as Greenville Theatre Works’ third production this year. This three-act play is their most ambitious show yet with a large cast and a two-story set built on a turn-table.
August 20, 2019

Justin Kemp Is Writing Songs and Touring Texas

“The thing I like most about being a songwriter is the ability to create. I like performing because it gives me a chance to hone-in on my songs — the ability to see which parts people react to the most. This helps in my writing process.”
June 21, 2019

Play It Forward With Music City Texas

When Play it Forward first started about nine years ago, the organization was presenting guitars just about every month. They intend to kick the program back off in the fall when the kids return from their summer break, and the plan is to make presentations every two or three months.
June 21, 2019

Reading Program Bonds Children With Incarcerated Mothers

Women’s Storybook Project of Texas connects incarcerated mothers with their children through the power of reading. The organization’s volunteers visit women’s prisons in Texas once a month to record eligible mothers reading books aloud to their children, as well as short, personalized messages. The volunteers then mail a copy of the book with the recording to the children.
June 21, 2019

Summer Musicals Feature Fun for Audiences Young and Old

The hills are alive with the sound of music in the Upper East Side of Texas this summer. Stages in Greenville, Mineola, Athens, Tyler, Longview, Nacogdoches, Palestine, and Henderson are bringing great entertainment to audiences of all ages with some classic and favorites.
June 21, 2019