Fans of Waco public radio station KWBU-FM’s “Likely Stories” book reviews, take heart: There’s a new chapter to the story.
Where "Julius Caesar" meets "Mean Girls" — Waco's Wild Imaginings theater company stages Shakespeare in the Park outdoors this weekend with a twist, as women wrestle for power.
Waco trio Smooth Nature joins Sioux Young Saturday night as a featured performer at the Levitt AMP Music Series concert at Bridge Street Plaza.
Friday marked Hawaiian Falls’ opening day for its summer season, and its first full summer offering a bar, with a two-drink maximum, alongside its other concessions.
Art Center Waco's latest show has artists Ty Nathan Clark and Vy Ngo musing on themes of memory, trauma and healing through abstract paintings, sculptures and a floor-to-ceiling fabric installation.
Call it déjà vu music, but band bookings in Waco this spring have brought to stage life the soundtrack of many audiences' high school and college days.
Saturday in Waco—When Freddie Krc, Bob Livingston and John Inmon get together, there's a special magic: "It's a joy...I put the quality of these shows on a par with anything."
The Choral Society of Central Texas will join the Bluebonnet Philharmonic Orchestra at 3 p.m. Sunday at First Methodist Church to perform works by Franz Joseph Haydn.
Art takes to the streets and the seats this weekend with a downtown debut of the Couch Potato Festival and the return of Art on Elm on the east side.
The brightly painted metal spheres created by local artists were nearing their full installation last week when Waco officials halted the work over concerns with their color.
Chapel Park Elementary School art enrichment teacher Su-Yen Smith is making waves in her first year as a full-time teacher, creating an undersea black light exhibit that showcases student work from all grade levels in a new way.
"Ghost Portraits" is a personal project for China Spring photographer Michael Larsen, with his trip to Pompeii inspired by a 2021 dinner conversation with a Baylor University professor.
Faces, hands, feet, hair, emotions, memories, thoughts, culture — a new exhibit by contemporary African American and African artists at Baylor University explores the subject of identity in diverse voices.
Waco stages this weekend will present stories of love and the outdoors, but in markedly different ways and productions, via "Escape to Margaritaville" and "Romeo and Juliet."
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