Recycling and art are coming together this weekend as three Waco organizations join forces for the first time to bring recycling awareness to the Waco community.
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The Baylor Religious Hour choir held a free concert Wednesday night at the SUB Bowl to bring the community together in worship and raise funds for its annual mission trip.
Director Alejandro Iñárritu’s films have always followed a similar production method: a disjointed narrative to tell an epic tale of connection. But Iñárritu’s latest venture, “Birdman,” takes a turn to a linear production, yet it retains all the originality and complexities that his earlier features have exhibited.
Tracy Morgan is fighting to recover from a severe brain injury suffered in a highway crash more than five months ago, and it’s uncertain if he will be “the Tracy Morgan he once was,” his lawyer said Tuesday.
As local bands played and crowds gathered in front of the Waco Hippodrome on Saturday evening, Melissa Green and her team put final touches in place to give Wacoans exactly what many are asking for: the reopening of the historic downtown theater.
November brings changing colors, fall weather, Thanksgiving and the oncoming final exam season. What most people don’t know is that it also brings World Vegan Month, established by the world’s first Vegan Society in 1944.
Pink Floyd produced a new album 20 years after its last work to say one thing: goodbye.
Arlington senior Alexandra Morales has combined her love for crafts and Christian missionary work with a new business, Two Ten Creation.
It’s no secret Joe DiMaggio loved Marilyn Monroe. The baseball great cried at her funeral and for 20 years had flowers placed at her crypt several times a week.
Director Christopher Nolan has often said that he won’t make something unless it’s completely original.