Voices of more than 100 friends and family of Houston rapper DJ Screw can be heard in the new book "DJ Screw: A Life In Slow Revolution," and author Lance Scott Walker will be in town Monday for a signing.
Imagination is required for both inventions and puppet shows, so it’s no surprise that it’s the magic ingredient of the puppet-actor hybrid “Leonardo and the Flying Machine.”
Visitors to the Mayborn Museum and the Dr Pepper Museum this summer will get different perspectives on helping others in new touring exhibits revolving around DC Comics superheroes and World War II.
See who we spotted around town at local events.
This weekend’s Chalk Waco, an expansion of last year’s Chalk + Walk on Austin Avenue, lacks only skywriting in a blue sky to turn it into an immersive experience.
Seryn has changed over time, but what's endured is a shared passion for making music, deepened by years of creating and performing together. That's what they'll bring to their "spot" at Common Grounds.
Waco fans will get a good dose of new material in Saturday night's Chris Colston concert. "We do it so stuff doesn't get stagnant," he said.
Waco artist Brad Settles and the leafy green mural spreading on the south wall of the Waco Hippodrome will make their Magnolia Network debut Saturday night when the network broadcasts its pilot of “Public Artist.”
It's a crowded Waco weekend for local entertainment — a multisensory experience at Art Center Waco, ‘The Music Man,’ Brazos Nights, a "Soul-Jazz Affair," Holly Tucker, Freddie Steady Krc & more.
Editor's note: Due to COVID-19 in the band, Freddie Steady Krc will not play Saturday's show at Texas Music Cafe. The concert will continue with Shadylyn and Garden Party.
Texas photographer Greg Davis knows the challenge of capturing a scene or a culture in a telling image as it’s what he’s built his career on. With “Oaxacan Gold: Illuminating Mystical Mexico,” he'll explore the arts-rich southern Mexico state Oaxaca, which will have a three-month run at Art …
Country music comes naturally to Waco singer and songwriter Holly Tucker, but she’s finding pop and jazz may be in her grasp as well.
Artist Cade Kegerreis and Michelle Gonzalez, Baylor University's First in Line program manager, look over the mural Kergerreis created with fellow artist Will Suarez at Baylor's Sid Richardson building. The university on Monday unveiled the "Ancestral Legacy" mural evoking the diversity of s…