The Marshall Elks Lodge members and guests are going to be grabbing some tails for a good cause on Saturday. Crawfish tails that is.
Texas Comedies is coming back to Carthage with a musical comedy all about Prohibition on Saturday, April 17 at the Esquire Theater in Carthage.
An art show featuring the recent works of Kilgore College students is on display in the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Gallery on the college campus.
In the illuminating, absorbing, deeply troubling documentary “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal,” director Christopher H. Smith tackles a story that became tabloid fodder thanks to some well-known Hollywood players, but that had much deeper implications in terms of priv…
The Reo Starplex will be rockin’ and rollin’ Sunday when Sting Ray Anthony brings his “Jukebox Rocks” Rock ‘n’ Roll Extravaganza show to Longview.
Philadelphia-based filmmaker Ephraim Asili has been a fixture on the museum and gallery circuit for the past decade with his short films. Now Asili is making his feature-length debut with “The Inheritance,” a wry, earnest, visually striking collection of vignettes set within a fictional inte…
The ostensible subject of the documentary “Stray” is, as the film’s title suggests, a street dog named Zeytin in Istanbul, a city famous for its many stray dogs and cats — and a law that prevents them from being euthanized or held captive. As filmmaker Elizabeth Lo’s camera, seemingly held a…
JEFFERSON — Jefferson’s Adopt-A-Cop organization, which helps feed and assist Jefferson police officers, is set to host its first fundraiser.
Selections from “Evanescence Eidolon” by artist D.L. Simmons are on exhibit in the Anne Dean Turk Fine Arts Gallery on the Kilgore College campus.
Rosamund Pike delivers a deliciously diabolical portrayal of the ultimate Ice-Cold Girl in “I Care a Lot,” the ironically titled comic thriller by J Blakeson. Pike plays Marla, a legal guardian who makes her living by targeting vulnerable elders, hustling them into nursing homes and fleecing…
Auditions for Theatre Longview’s upcoming production of Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias” are set for 7 to 9 p.m. today at Grace Crossing United Methodist Church, 1001 W. Hawkins Parkway, in Longview.
The Carthage Main Street Youth Advisory Council is putting on their second annual short film festival on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Esquire Theater in Carthage.
The Longview Museum of Fine Arts’ latest exhibit features artwork from its permanent collection, which is displayed in different galleries throughout the museum.
In 2010, ordinary people around the world were invited to film snippets of a single day - July 24 - and upload the results online. That compendium of raw footage, edited into a coherent and unexpectedly moving 95 minutes by the Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, became the YouTube Orig…
Two local artists have teamed up with the Marshall Regional Arts Council for a new show at the Marshall Place Gallery which is currently on display.
“Stitching a Legacy: The Symbolism in African American Quilts” is on display at the Gregg County Historical Museum in celebration of Black History Month.
Last week, you might say I visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Generous terms, of course, for what was actually just me waving my phone around in my apartment.
HARLETON — Couples looking for a delicious dinner in a romantic setting for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday can head to Harleton’s Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard and Winery.
Regardless of whether it’s freezing or not, cyclists will be out in force Feb. 6 for the 33rd annual Freeze Your Fanny bike ride benefiting East Texas Lightnin’, Gregg County’s Special Olympics team.
Thanks to a proliferating number of streaming networks, TV shows aren't exactly in short supply these days. But amid the flashy new thrillers and slow-burn sagas, it can be comforting to return to the old stalwarts: network sitcoms and dramas.
If it crawls, slithers, hisses or jumps, chances are it will be at the H.E.R.P.S. East Texas Exotic Reptile and Pet Show this weekend at the Longview Exhibit Building.
The new Esquire Players theater group had to learn their new play “The Voice of the Prairie” faster than director Michael Powell likes in order to perform it later this week.
"Bridgerton," Netflix's saucy new Shondaland period drama, is a fun and popular escape - one that you might binge your way through in a few days or even hours.
Concertgoers won’t have to leave the comfort of their homes in order to enjoy the Longview Public Library’s upcoming “Sounds & Stacks” concert.
WASHINGTON — The wetlands on the grounds of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian are one of the most serene and magical spots in all of Washington. It counters by example the larger argument of the National Mall, which is all about symmetry, extended vistas and monumental…
Say what you want about Garry Marshall’s ensemble movies, but the man was onto something: New Year’s Eve is one of those especially high-pressure holidays, in the stressful company of Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day. Maybe it’s the time element that lends to a feeling of needing to find the…