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Folksy Fab Four Launch New Performance Season

The North Texas version of the Fab Four never fails to delight with everyone’s favorite Beatles songs, made even better through first-rate bluegrass playing.

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Cowboy Poet Is Gone But Not Forgotten

This cowboy "poet laureate" mixed his work with his artistry.

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Song of the House Where We Live Exhibit Now Open

Streetscapes by Tyler artist worth the visit.

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Madagascar Comes to the Stage in Longview

Performances will be held July 26 to 28 at 7 p.m. with matinee performances on July 28 and 29 at 2 p.m.

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Selena Gomez Remembers Her Roots

Not only is Selena Gomez an actress, singer, and television show producer, she is also a native Texan from Grand Prairie, just west of Dallas.

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Grand Opening for the Texan Theater Venue Features Darryl Worley

Concert on Tuesday, July 3, marks grand opening of famed The Texan theater venue, first opened in 1948.

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Shakespeare Festival Returns with 47 Performances

A best-kept secret about the major annual festival is the “sideshows.” This year’s options include pre- and post-show discussion, a behind-the-scenes perch, a Chinese theater night and more.

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Recovered Art from World War II: A Texas-Sized Story

After one of the objects appeared on the market in Europe in 1987, a German investigator traced some of the remaining pieces to Whitewright, Texas.

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Kids Will Love this Musical Treat about Animal Friends

The production will delight children, young and old, with the combination of original music, entertaining stories, and colorful illustrations.

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Celebrating Our Best Visual Artists

Our readers have selected the best visual artists in the Upper East Side of Texas over the past 13 years. Who's on the list?

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Singer-Songwriter Builds Creative Communities

Connie Mims Pinkerton might be the most well known singer-songwriter in the region who much of the local listening public isn’t familiar with.

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Music Studios Specialize in Recording Dreams

Local recording studios in Commerce and Tyler are making it easier for area musicians to record their own soundtracks in order to share their songs with the world.

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