Blake Batson, owner of Common Grounds, has a new trick up his sleeve to grow his business in the Waco community.
Arts and Entertainment
As an undergrad at the University of Iowa, Arna Bontemps Hemenway, now an assistant professor in the English department at Baylor, would drive 20 minutes outside of town to the nearest Barnes & Noble just to peruse through the Discovered Author section.
When you think of Waco, sushi probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Usually, I just head to the sushi section at H-E-B to get my fix, so when I heard Kuma opened on Austin Avenue, I had to check it out.
Christmas parties are a common tradition that bring friends and family together under one roof to celebrate the joy of relationship during the holidays. With parties sometimes comes the pressure of providing quality entertainment and fun for guests.
These cookies have received the Lariat stamp of approval. A breeze to prepare, fun to make and enjoyable to eat, these cookies make for great company on the coldest (or, in Texas, the most tepid) of winter nights.
The Lariat staff compiled a list of its most cherished Christmas tunes, which reflect the individual personalities and interests of our members.
For any student seeking a one-night distraction from the impending doom that is finals week, Baylor’s 49th annual Christmas on Fifth Street will begin at 6 p.m. today at various campus locations.
December brings the hectic craze of the rapidly approaching holidays, pressure to ace every final, rushing to finish up end of the year projects and preparing for a month-long return home.
Even before teaching at Baylor, Carol Perry always had a knack for painting.
Quality horror movies are few and far between, with most choosing to rely on cheap jump scares and tired tropes to get the job done. Add the expectation of extreme gore, largely brought on by the “Saw” franchise, and you have what is usually a recipe for disappointment.