Waco vocal talent supplies the energy as songs from gospel great Mahalia Jackson drive the story in this weekend's Waco Civic Theatre musical production of “How I Got Over.”
We have photos galore from the closing reception of the Waco Family & Faith Film Festival at Pivovar.
The underside of the new I-35 overpass at Fourth and Fifth streets will sprout six brightly colored light globes this spring, a touch of Waco art in an unexpected place.
Check out these photos from the red carpet reception and style show held at Art Center Waco as part of the Waco Family & Faith Film Festival.
See who we spotted around town at local events.
As he returns to Waco with two sons playing alongside, Cody Canada can't argue about where he finds himself. "I feel like it's the best that it's been," he said.
"Patience," the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta presented this weekend by Baylor Opera Theatre, is a showcase of comic acting amid its satire of pretentiousness. "It's satire and silliness and wordplay."
Tyrha Lindsey-Warren already is thinking about the fifth anniversary of the Waco Family & Faith International Film Festival, but the fourth arrives next week and it's not one to overlook.
The last recorded performance of the late Waco country singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver and his guitarist son Eddy will be screened Friday in downtown Waco.
Grammy-winning LA world music band Ozomatli, whose players blend multiple musical cultures of the Americas in their sound, will open their 2023 tour at a place they've never been: Waco.
When Mission Waco started its partnership with the Promise Collective church, it gained more than just a Sunday morning lessee for Jubilee Theatre. Pastor Brandon Holmes also helped put in a new sound system for the community theater, where the church will hold services starting Sunday.
Check out some of those who came out to enjoy the Waco Symphony Orchestra concert.
Professional artists often find their works hanging next to competitors' pieces, but "Art Á La Carte," the gallery exhibit opening Thursday at Art Center Waco, has a more collaborative vibe.
Cue the literary cliches about a chapter closing or a page turning, but it's bittersweet news regardless for fans of Jim McKeown on Waco public radio station KWBU-FM.