The holidays may be over but if one local “Santa” has his way, the season of giving will not end any time soon.
“For the person who is into theater or into ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ this is going to be completely unique and different to anything that they’ve ever seen,” Julia Rodriguez said.
The objects in Francesca Fuchs’ paintings are hazy, as though hidden behind a veil. These objects are imbued with memory and experience.
Dee Compean, left, Dill Barlow and Maurice Abelman on the set of “Foodtastic.” Courtesy photo A crew of self-taught creatives were forced into a pirate battle with only food as weapons. Well, the battleground was a TV studio, but the battle was real — and a lot of fun. Dill Barlow, Dee Compean and Maurice … Continue reading Southeast Texas food artists compete on Disney show
There is a war on Christmas. And we must work to win it.
The Oaks Historic District Neighborhood Association will host the Homes for the Holidays open house, 3 to 7 p.m., on Sunday.
Prior to the 1860s, Santa Claus had a different look to what we think of today.
The Stark Museum of Art invites us to address the concept of “The West as Home” with its current exhibition, on display through Jan. 22, 2022.
The 22-character population of Tuna, Texas — “the third-smallest town in the state” — is played by just two actors in BCP’s comedy “A Tuna Christmas,” which opens Dec. 3.
This is an album that rewards multiple listens to allow the wonderful lyrics to really seep into the brain.