Don’t tell Allison McGee that “Little Women” is an old-fashioned story from the past that people can’t relate to. She won’t buy that argument for one second.
The girls in “Zombie Prom” are “golly gee” wholesome and the boys proudly wear their school colors. That is except for the new kid, Jonny Warner. He is a bad boy.
Award winning trumpet player Terell Stafford and musicians from the University of Texas at Tyler and Tyler Junior College will show their talent at the ETSO Jazz Spectacular.
ArtsView Children’s Theatre performers will sing and dance their way through a turn-of-the-century labor dispute when they bring Disney’s Broadway musical “Newsies” to the stage Nov. 21-24.
Reel East Texas Film Festival kicks off this week and something new is set to get the program in motion.
The Harrison County Historical Museum has opened “Service & Sacrifice,” a new permanent military exhibit at Memorial City Hall in downtown Marshall.
Rayleigh Vendt of the Oklahoma City Ballet will return to Tyler as the Sugar Plum Fairy in Tyler Junior College Academy of Dance’s “The Nutcracker.”
“If you want to make God laugh, tell Him your plans.” That’s the theme of “Making God Laugh,” a play by Sean Grennan portraying the life of an American family – mom, dad and three adult children – through 30 years of holiday celebrations.
History comes alive each year in downtown Henderson during the Heritage Syrup Festival, which claims the title of the only folklife festival in East Texas.
Panola College will host the Kennedy Center American College Theatre State Festival on Nov. 6-8, with five area colleges and universities showcasing their entries on the Q.M. Martin Auditorium stage and in Elizabeth R. Hedges Studio Theatre.
“The Irishman,” Martin Scorsese’s long-gestating gangland epic, starts off with a bittersweet inside joke: A long tracking shot — one of the director’s bravura signatures — that threads the audience, not through the labyrinthine hallways and kitchens of the Copacabana, but an old folks’ home…
LOS ANGELES (AP) — When screenwriter Jared Stern was approached about developing Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham” as an animated series, he sought advice from one important woman and the consent of another.
A full house is expected at Longview’s Belcher Center for the kickoff event of a new speaker series for East Texas, organizers said Friday.
The Longview Symphony has something for everyone Sunday, in a double feature designed to reach its youngest audiences and most faithful followers.
Authentic Texas country music, dancing and barbecue, all set against the backdrop of a picturesque East Texas ranch. It’s the first Boots & BBQ fundraiser benefiting Camp Gilmont set 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, and organizers hope it helps further cement the faith-based organization in the mi…
Jennifer Elizabeth Smith knew when she was cast as Julia Trojan in the national touring company of “Bandstand” that the role would be challenging and emotionally draining.
More than 400 middle school students in East Texas have art on view in the Tyler Museum of Art’s 10th annual Day of the Dead exhibition.
Ever since Jose Francisco Salgado was a little boy, he has been fascinated by two things: photography and beautiful objects that fill the sky.
Dear Neil: Looking ahead to next spring, our nectarine tree had lots of fruit, but they ended up with spots of what looked like wax. Then the fruit rotted and fell off. What can we do to prevent that next year?
Violinist Jennifer Dalmas and cellist Evgeni Raychev will perform the first Bach’s Lunch recital of the new season today at First Christian Church, 720 N. Sixth St. in Longview.
The Longview Public Library might be a quiet place today, but by Friday it will be place where a lot of stranger things are happening — a zombie apocalypse to be exact, along with an alien invasion, encounters with killer clowns and scary dolls, and the strangest stranger thing of all — a De…
The SPCA of East Texas' Dogtoberfest Craft Beer Festival and Animal Adoption Event, now in its fourth year, promises to be bigger than ever. The event is in a new location and has more participants.