The Waco Symphony Orchestra approaches the midpoint of its season with the field of candidates to replace Stephen Heyde narrowed to four conductors, all with wide-ranging experience as orchestra leaders.
Last year's return of "The Nutcracker" to Waco after a COVID-19 hiatus was such a success that the Waco Symphony is bringing Ballet Frontier back for a second straight year.
"If you're a western swing band, you really can play any song" — For Asleep at the Wheel, playing Waco on Thursday, a Christmas program seems like a natural fit.
Singer-songwriter Dana Cooper estimates it's been about 15 years since he last played the "Texas Music Cafe" and for those who remember his Waco stops, there have been some changes.
A little more than a year after moving to its downtown location, Art Center Waco is looking for a new CEO following the recent resignation of Doug McDurham.
Watch now — Waco Wonderland 2022: Festive fun, fireworks and Christmas tree lighting from Friday night's big kickoff event.
WATCH — The Mayborn Museum's annual Mayborn Express is on display through Jan. 8, with large G-scale trains in an elaborate Christmas scene and a small track visitors can operate.
It's not quite the 12 days of Christmas compacted into a weekend, but it might feel that way with tree lightings, celebrations, concerts, plays and nights twinkling with festive lights.
Three years ago, Peter Emerson saw a Christmas stage concert that married rock and pop arrangements of holiday music with visual images, only to leave out, for him, the heart of the story: Jesus Christ’s birth.
Two plays on Waco stages this weekend with kids at their heart explore more complicated and bittersweet emotions than the typical holiday cheer.
Thanksgiving restaurants open in Waco: Here are some local restaurants open for in-person dining on the holiday to accommodate anyone who needs a meal prepared outside the home
If family, music (including Wade Bowen), comedy and art are cause for some to give thanks, this weekend will provide opportunities to extend the gratitude beyond Thanksgiving Day.
Carl Hoover: This is either a very late concert review, an acknowledgement of Stephen Heyde's final Waco Symphony appearance or a thank-you in time for Thanksgiving—or all of the above.