The simple components for Fourth on the Brazos, Waco’s public Fourth of July celebration, fall into place on Monday with space to congregate with friends and family, food and drink available, hot weather, audience-pleasing music from classic Motown band The Commodores and a fireworks send-off.
Rock performer Zillion plans to open the eyes and ears of the fans who come out to the Vortex Tour with headliners Pop Evil and Oxymorrons on Saturday night at The Backyard.
See who we spotted around town at local events.
Robert Earl Keen may be walking away from touring after a show Sept. 4 in Helotes, but the love Keen's fans have for the Texas music legend will never go away.
Yes, fans of Robert Earl Keen, several thousand of whom will turn out for his Brazos Nights show in Waco on Friday, it really is goodbye.
It’s not Waco and not really a homecoming, but for Waco fans of Christian singer-songwriter David Crowder, his set in Together ’22 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas may be close enough.
What audiences will find in "Circle Mirror Transformation," opening Thursday at Baylor, is a play that touches multiple emotions, from humor to "some heartfelt moments and poignant silences."
It is hard to ignore a 20-feet-tall bronze mammoth tossing his tusks and trunk skyward, and for Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum that is precisely the point.
PHOTOS — See scenes from Waco's Juneteenth parade on Saturday as part of the holiday weekend.
Waco’s Juneteenth parade continues to grow, with this year’s featuring hundreds of participants riding on floats, cars, motorcycles or horses, thousands of excited spectators and a route highlighting the history and ongoing development of the Elm Avenue neighborhood.
Waco’s Juneteenth celebrations this weekend continue to grow with a Saturday morning parade expected to surpass last year’s, a new Car Show Off event and a larger Family Fun Day crowd thanks to free admission and major ’90s rhythm-and-blues trio Tony Toni Tone.
Waco film fans will get another healthy dose of short films and feature films from around the world next month at the sixth annual Deep in the Heart Film Festival, with a renewed emphasis on Waco as a filmmaking location.
Is there a difference between the truth found in factual reality and the reality from beauty and art? That's at the heart of Baylor Theatre's latest production, “The Lifespan of a Fact.”