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Old Town Theatre Film Screening Celebrates a Hollywood Icon

By Emily Binetti Following the recent death of legendary actress Debbie Reynolds at age 84, the renowned entertainer’s most famous movie, “Singin’ In The Rain” has been dancing back onto the silver screen in theatres across America giving moviegoers an opportunity to pay homage to a Hollywood icon. On Thursday, ...

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University Avenue Art Walk Set for March

The Sam Houston State University Department of Art and the Student Art Association are sponsoring the University Avenue Art Walk on Saturday, March 4, 2-6pm. Galleries and exhibition spaces along University Avenue will be open to the public free of charge. Visitors can start at either end of University Avenue ...

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SHSU 57th Annual Faculty Exhibit

Gaddis Geeslin Gallery hosts 57th Annual Faculty Exhibit January 30 – March 3, 2017 The Gaddis Geeslin Gallery in the Department of Art at Sam Houston State University presents the 57th Annual Faculty Exhibit. At the beginning of each Spring Semester, half of the Faculty in the Department of Art exhibit ...

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Send a Letter to Santa!

Huntsville Public Library will be accepting Letters to Santa again this year! Santa left a special mailbox just for our patrons and it is linked directly to the North Pole! Santa promised to send a reply by email! Starting Nov. 28, children of all ages can visit Huntsville Public Library and ...

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Huntsville Downtown Christmas Fair Rescheduled

The City of Huntville has announced that it will reschedule Huntsville’s Downtown Christmas Fair. Due to inclement weather, the Downtown Christmas Fair has been rescheduled to December 10th, from 11:30 am to 5:00 pm. There will be snow, train rides, various vendors, pictures with Santa, and more! Nothing has changed but ...

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“Nutcracker” Story Celebrates 200th Anniversary at the Wynne Home

by Emily S. Binetti Huntsville, Texas will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the E.T.A. Hoffman story behind the favorite Christmas ballet at the historic Wynne Home on Dec. 6 -10, 2016.   The original story behind the ballet, entitled “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King”, was written by Hoffman in 1816 ...

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SHSU Presents “The Bard: Opera’s Celebration of Shakespeare”

by Emily S. Binetti On Friday and Saturday, November 18 and 19, SHSU Opera will present The Bard: Opera’s Celebration of Shakespeare in the Recital Hall of the James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center. This program of opera scenes is intended to commemorate the four-hundred-year anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death ...

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Free Film: Love & Basketball

SHSU Department of Mass Communication will host the final fall installment of the Old Town Theatre Film Series for the fall semester. Starring Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps in a coming-of-age film about student-athletes, the story follows two friends, beginning to fall for each other, as they try to reach ...

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HCT to Open Comedy “Murder at the Howard Johnson’s”

Huntsville Community Theatre announced the opening of their next production, Murder at the Howard Johnson’s, a comedy. Performance Dates: Nov 11, 12, 18, & 19 at 7:30pm, and Nov 13 & 20 at 2:00pm The plot summary, cast list, and more details can be found on HCT’s website. Ticket Prices: ...

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James Surls Exhibit Opening at Wynne Home

James Surls is a Sam Houston State University graduate from a number years ago, but will soon be returning to Huntsville, to coincide with the installation of his Time and Time Again exhibit at the Wynne Home Arts Center, opening Saturday, November 5. “It’s wonderful to have an artist of ...

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