Art and Culture

Art and culture

There's plenty to do this Super Bowl weekend. Listen here as Ashley Bean Thornton of Act Locally Waco breaks down all the happenings.

A tale of mystery and suspense by the winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize.

Ashley Bean Thornton of Act Locally Waco is back in the KWBU studios to give us a rundown of events and activities in Waco this week. There's plenty to do this Friday to kick off your weekend, like live music with Lomelda at Common Grounds and the Waco Civic Theater's production of the children's book Miss Nelson is Missing.  You can find out the details of everything else going on in Wacotown this weekend on this episode of Act Locally Waco. 

Emotional story of a young girl who bonds with a dangerous horse.

Coming February 25th

Jan 22, 2016

KWBU staff and volunteers are gearing up for the 2016 KWBU Power Morning.

Use you renewing membership now as part of the larger on-air matching gift during  KWBU Power Morning.  It will help reach the $60,000 goal and help double the calls coming in to the studio!

One Morning….twice the power…three hours only! 

A master of magic realism has created an allegory for modern America.

There's plenty happening this weekend and coming week in Wacotown, so Ashley Bean Thornton is here to help us sort through it all. On Saturday you can catch Elvis impersonators, Sunday you can celebrate World Religion Day, and on Monday there are plenty of ways to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. For more information on events you can visit Act Locally Waco. 

A novel considered by many as a master of English prose. 

It's 2016, and a new year means new events to do around Waco. To help us sift through all the events going on is Ashley Bean Thornton of Act Locally Waco.  We talk about events like the Quilt Shop Hop and a writer's workshop. 

Booker Prize winner Barnes has an interesting essay about ballooning, photography, love, and grief.