JEFFERSON — Jefferson’s Opera House Theatre Players are once again getting into the patriotic spirit by bringing back their annual Fourth of July show.
More than 300 cowboys and cowgirls will ride into Longview this weekend when the Real Cowboy Association brings its 28th annual Juneteenth Black Rodeo to the Longview Rodeo Arena.
Juneteenth activities are scheduled this weekend in Longview and around East Texas, marking the date — June 19, 1865 — when news reached Texas that President Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
JEFFERSON — Dads can grab their children this weekend and hop aboard the Historic Jefferson Railway for a ride on the gas-powered locomotive on a trek along the Big Cypress Bayou.
The Longview Chamber Singers will perform when the Longview Symphony Orchestra presents its Bach’s Lunch concert Friday at First Christian Church in downtown Longview.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen, Memorial City Hall (MCH) in Marshall is fully opened, preparing to host a number of previously planned and brand new shows in the upcoming season.
“The Wild Woman of Winedale” will run June 3-6 at the Esquire Theater in Carthage with performances June 3-5 at 7 p.m. and June 6 at 2 p.m.
Theatre Longview will take the audience inside Truvy’s beauty shop during its production of “Steel Magnolias,” which opens Friday at Grace Crossing United Methodist Church.
Last year during quarantine, Dana Joiner looked around and saw all of her Liberty City neighbors turning to hobbies like growing vegetables, making crafts and cooking jam.
The Longview Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming Bach’s Lunch concert will feature percussionist Anthony Robinson. The performance is set for May 7 at First United Methodist Church in downtown Longview.
Melissa McGinnis describes Geekend as a cross between a traditional comic book convention and a street fair: There are panels and cosplayers, but you’ll also see people like the local quilters and the high school marching band.
The Texas Shakespeare Festival has announced its 2021 production schedule and will stage shows that were planned for this past year before the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the season.
It’s now or never for the Marshall High School Mavettes drill team as they gear up to ‘kick hat’ and celebrate their annual spring show.
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…