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ArtsView Teens to Perform The Lottery

Published originally in The New Yorker magazine, The Lottery produced an unprecedented reaction, and this dramatization captures the story that has become an internationally known classic.

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The Odd Couple… from both Mars and Venus

Felix becomes Florence and Oscar becomes Olive in the female version of this classic comedy.

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Art Exhibit Times Three

An opening reception for the artists will be held on Sunday, April 29, from 2 to 4 p.m.

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Blues for Young and Old

The Big Pines Blues Festival Junior Showcase is to showcase contemporary blues musicians, support music education and promote a strong future for the blues genre.

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The Perfect Location for Painting Roses

Bring their own palettes to capture the beauty of the garden during the 12th Annual Art in the Garden event at the Tyler Rose Garden.

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Tickets on Sale for CCT's Season Finale

Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch hits the CCT stage Saturday and Sunday, May 5 and 6, and Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 12.

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Metalsmithing Class with Jerome Legrand

Each student receives personalized instruction and the course is hosted by the Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council.

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One Slight Hitch on Stage in Mineola

In the story, it's Courtney's wedding day. The sun is out, the birds are singing, her mother, Delia, is making last-minute preparations to make sure it is a perfect day for her daughter. ... Ringing doorbell: not in the plan.

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UT Tyler Graduating Seniors Present Paintings, Ceramic Sculpture

Public receptions are scheduled for April 19 and April 26.

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A Beatles vs. Rolling Stones Showdown

Cover bands perform against each other to solve rock and roll question of the ages.

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Country Legend Wynonna Comes to Crockett

Rolling Stone Magazine once called her the “greatest female country singer since Patsy Cline.”

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All the Laughs from Senior Citizens in New Play

The comedy is a send-up of seniors living the "good life" in Florida with plenty of money, boredom, and needy kids who never visit except to receive a hand-out.

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