Entertainment
  • Hail, Caesar is something of a critic's dream: a movie about movies from an era of great movies. It's directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, makers of some of the greatest movies of this era.
  • (L-R) Carissa Mason (Margaret) and Rocky Massey (Brick)
  • Come join us for the 4th anniversary of the 2nd Saturday Gospel Music Program on February 13. The show will start at 6:00 p.m. at the Bonham Senior Center, 210 E 6th Street. Singers, musicians and story telling from Fannin and adjoining counties.
  • On Sunday, February 21, 4:00-6:00 p.m., acclaimed singer-songwriter Pierce Pettis will be performing at Harmony House Concerts located at Wildscape Acres, 10 miles north of Bonham and about 65 miles NE of Dallas. Pierce's songs have been recorded by Joan Baez, Garth Brooks, Dar Williams, Art Garfunkel, Susan Ashton, and many other top performing artists.
  • Nobel Prize winning Eugene O'Neill's monumental play is considered by many to be the greatest play of the 20th Century and a centerpiece of modern drama. The play depicts a day in the life of a theatrical family from morning to midnight in August of 1912. Addiction and the clash of young and old are some of the overriding themes in this autobiographical play.
  • The SXSW Music Festival is one of the largest and most influential global music events of the year, taking place every March in Austin, Texas - the Live Music Capital of the World. Hundreds of acts have already been announced for SXSW 2016 - check out the full listing today. The showcase schedule will be live in February.
  • Community Series and Austin College welcome the King's Singers to Kidd-Key Auditorium on Monday, February 15, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at www.communityseries.net or at the door. General Admission is $25. Tickets are $15 for faculty and staff with an Austin College ID. Admission is free for those under 18 and for students with a school ID. For more information, call (903) 813-2037.
  • Hooking Up With The Second City makes mirth out of missed connections, girls​' ​night out adventures and all the crazy things we do for love. This gaspingly funny revue is a modern mix of romance, rancor and everything in between.
  • Nothing brings a family together like murder. Such are the circumstances that kick-start Crimes of the Heart, the Pulitzer-winning dark comedy about the quirky Magrath sisters and the sordid deeds they must reconcile.
  • Expected performers are The Maxwells (Cody and Logan Maxwell; Callie Maxwell Pittman), Marshall Ray Ashby, Donna Henard, Cheryl Foreman, Debbie Ashby, Lenny Paulk, and the McFarland Kids.
  • One of the most romantic stories ever written, The Bridges of Madison County, 2014 Tony Award®-winning Best Original Score and Best Orchestrations, makes its North Texas debut at the Music Hall at Fair Park February 2-14, 2016, presented by Dallas Summer Musicals.
  • The Texas A&M University-Commerce Planetarium is pleased to announce its 10th Anniversary Celebration premiering its newest show, The Edge of Darkness, beginning at 6:00 p.m. on February 5, 2016.