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Bluebonnet Choral Festival Set for April

Mason area singers are invited to join voices with other vocalists in the Bluebonnet Choral Festival to be held in Mason April 11-16. The choral festival is a chance for singers to renew basic vocal pedagogy skills and to sing music of the masters like Gabriel Faure and fun gospel and American spirituals. Choral conductor Dr. Jerry Ann Alt, New Mexico State University professor emeritus, will

Be an Outsider, Drive Right In

Don't try this inside the Palace, the Paramount, or Palladium movie houses, but no complaint in your own car or truck.

It may be the ultimate Throwback. An era that was finished now lives—not in huge numbers, but the industry is breathing. It’s not The End just yet. The MGM Lion roars; the Columbia Beacon shines; that Warner Brothers “WB” is coming at you....

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Kettles on Display at County Library

Because I was born in England, it only makes sense that I would love kettles and teapots. The surprise is that I don’t like tea! Perhaps I was born in England by mistake. But although I don’t care for tea, I am quite taken with tea kettles. I love kettles fashioned from brass and copper, pewter, nickel, and iron. I am fascinated by the craftsmanship that goes into making a kettle. I love the...

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Two New Artists Added to Line-up

2016 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Entertainment

Two (2) new artists have been added to the 2016 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Entertainment Line-up.  Randy Houser-Thursday, February 18 and Chris Young-Saturday, February 20) will join the list of award winning artists performing at the nationally recognized San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, held February 11 – 28, 2016 at the AT&T Center/Freeman Coliseum Grounds....

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It is Here! Llano’s Wild West Weekend!

Planning has been underway since October, 20, 2014, the day after last year’s Heritage Days, now called Llano’s Wild West Weekend. What to expect this year is a weekend of Wild West Fun, Chuck Wagon Cook-off and two days of a PRCA Rodeo.The weekend gets started on Thursday as wagons start rolling into Badu Park for the 11th annual Llano River Chuck Wagon Cook-off, the event that created the

Hill Country Community Theatre Presents 'The Darling'

As a special event this fall, the Hill Country Community Theatre will host actor Lisa Dalton as she presents a new translation of the Anton Chekhov short story The Darling. This unique one-person show, directed by Victor S. Tkachenko, has been performed in cities around the country, including Los Angeles, Fort Worth, and in New York as part of the New York International Fringe Festival...

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