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The Angelina Arts Alliance (AAA) is proud to present the world-famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theater at 2 p.m., Sunday, January 5 at the Temple Theater in Lufkin.

Family-friendly The SpongeBob Musical takes place at 7 p.m. January 23 at the Belcher Center in Longview. The New York Times declares this show "brilliant." Its creators bring to life the Nickelodeon series with humor, heart, and pure theatricality and shows where the power of optimism reall…

The grit of the West as captured through the lens of renowned photographer Laura Wilson is on display through March 15 in the North Gallery at the Tyler Museum of Art (TMA). Taken over a span of more than three decades, the images in "That Day: Photographs in the American West" explore the p…

It was January 18, 2000, when Kathy L. Murphy opened Beauty and the Book, a hair salon and book store combo in Jefferson, Texas. She started the Pulpwood Queens Book Club and it’s grown to chapters nationwide and in 15 foreign countries.

Vanessa Price of Cade Republic in Edom is Senior Design Producer of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition which returns to HGTV Sunday, February 16. Season 10 is hosted by Jesse Ferguson and features on camera designers Breegan Jane, Carrie Locklyn, and Darren Keefe. The original series was hosted …

Kyser Musical Products, Inc., is kicking off its 40th anniversary, commemorating the brand’s 1980 incorporation and a storied history of growth from humble East Texas roots into one of the foremost crafters of handmade capos and fretted instrument accessories in the world. This milestone 40t…

Don Henley left little Linden, Texas, as a young man and set his sites on the big stage and he scored big time as one of the cofounders of the band the Eagles.

Farewell Angelina takes their name from a song by Bob Dylan. This all-female country group with four powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters and accomplished multi-instrumentalists are scheduled to perform January 18 at the Pines Theater in Lufkin and January 24 at Memorial City Hall in Ma…

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."