It’s impossible to encapsulate a life in a couple of hours but the genius of this Liz Garbus biodoc about Nina Simone is that it doesn’t pretend to. The jazz/blues/pop singer was an incredibly complicated person, which the film reveals with archival interviews, intimate performance footage and chats with those who knew her, including her daughter. It plays out like snapshots of a rich but difficult life and, because Garbus is modest about her intentions, those snapshots add up to a fascinating portrait.
For most students, the end of classes is reward enough for finishing the school year, but for some Waco Independent School District students, …
Yvette Nicole Brown’s mother has died, as she posted on Instagram to explain her mother's situation was "too big" to discuss on social media.
Jake Scott is directing a documentary about Oasis' iconic shows at Knebworth.
The election shows that candidates can't always take traditional supporters for granted. Surveys show how voters broke along different lines than expected, and how the pandemic, race and other factors changed the vote.
Waco’s economy posed as Lazarus in July, showing more life than it has in four months and shrugging off some of the effects of COVID-19 to reg…
A New Jersey father was stunned to learn the nurse who took care of him when he was born prematurely was the same one who took care of his son, who was born early as well.
Contractors are building more and consumers are buying more, causing the Greater Waco Economic Index to improve in September for the eighth straight month.
Waco Tribune-Herald readers residents will soon see a monthly snapshot of the city’s economic status as measured by a Texas economist who specializes in tracking local business activity.