It’s the last few weeks of summer, so that means it’s time to board planes, trains and automobiles to your favorite vacation spot so that you can soak up the final rays of summer sun. But, before you clock out, it’s important to keep in mind some of the biggest destination don’ts.
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BONHAM Music, spinning and antique cars will make up activities in the coming days at the Creative Arts Center. The nonprofit center is located at 200 West 5th Street.
When you’ve been the bride-to-be for more than a year — planning, anticipating and counting down to the big day — it’s not unusual to succumb to disappointment after the party’s over. The same can be said for anyone planning a major event — a huge party, a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, a starring performance. After all that planning, the everyday world is suddenly, well, everyday.
A classic tale of horror - a battle between good intentions and evil forces - will unfold when the Sherman Community Players starts its season in October with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Auditions for the dark tale have been set for 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. on Aug. 23 and 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. on Aug. 24 at the Finley Theater, 500 North Elm. Call backs will from 6:30 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Aug. 25.
Hot dance moves, delectable food, spirited libations and more are guaranteed at the 2014 Dancing With The Stars fundraiser on Sept. 27. The feisty festivities, sponsored by the Denison Service League, will be held at The Palazzo in Denison and will benefit the underserved children of Grayson County.
The deaths this week of Lauren Bacall and Robin Williams weigh heavily on all those who love film. Some stars are irreplaceable. It’s also an appropriate occasion to revisit a question that has troubled Hollywood these last few years: As much as we’ll miss Williams and Bacall, do movie stars even matter anymore?
LOS ANGELES — One of the drawbacks of a life captured on film is the irrefutable evidence of time passing. The camera can hide many things, but not the fact that people, even famous people, grow old. Right before our eyes.
Texas teen Cassidy Stay showed her grace in the face of unthinkable violence this year as the lone survivor of a shooting that left her entire family dead in their Houston suburban home.
A free, back-to-school clothing give-away is set for next week at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Kohfeldt Parish Hall, 400 West Gandy in Denison. The event is being held by the non-profit Manna Ministries.
Elaine Stritch, the raspy-voiced actress whose forceful personality and salty language enlivened the New York stage for more than six decades, died Thursday at her home in Birmingham, Mich. She was 89.