East Texans will have the first chance to see a new stage show about the life and music of Elvis Presley that will tour in the United States and Europe.
Mouse and the Traps, a Tyler rock band that had a string of regional hits in the 1960s, including "Public Execution” and “Hit the Bricks,” is reuniting for a concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin St.
The Tyler Museum of Art explores the mystique of the South as seen through the eyes of a Texas talent with its next major exhibition, "Floating Life: Mississippi River Drawings by Liz Ward."
Entries are being accepted for the Living Peace Visual Art Exhibit that will be on view as part of the Art of Peace – Tyler celebration, a citywide commemoration of the United Nations' International Day of Peace on Sept. 21.
Rodeo fans have a choice between events in Jacksonville and Lindale this weekend.
The elevator pitch for “Poms” had to have been: “It’s ‘Bring It On’ in an old folks home!” because that’s exactly what it is. The brilliant 2000 cheerleading comedy is the gift that keeps on giving (to the tune of, count ‘em, five sequels), so it makes sense to try and re-create that magic b…
Rebel Wilson had to fight to make sure she and Anne Hathaway could make the same kind of risque jokes their male counterparts do and not have their new film "The Hustle" get classified as R-rated.
Groucho Marx, the comedian known for his big mustache, round glasses and iconic humor, is being brought to life at Tyler Civic Theatre in show that explores his life.
The Tyler Museum of Art ushers in the summer season with a visual celebration of the avian species that fly the skies over the Lone Star State in the new exhibition "Texas Birds: Works by Frank X. Tolbert 2."
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Pass the popcorn, the summer movie season is here and all the spectacle and air-conditioned respite it offers audiences. Summer at the movies has long been synonymous with blockbusters and franchises that are easy to spend a few hours with. For the most part, 2019 is no di…
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'Thor: Ragnarok' and 'Men In Black: International' co-stars Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth want to star in a remake of 'The Bodyguard' to put their own twist on the classic movie.
Eva Longoria has responded to Selena Gomez's comments that social media is "dangerous" and insisted that although she doesn't like it "define" her life she can understand why young people can't "handle" negativity online.
Chloe Sevigny is "very frustrated" that she is missing 'Game of Thrones' whilst she is out in France attending Cannes International Film Festival.
Khloe Kardashian didn't want to tell her daughter True she couldn't swim in the ocean on holiday, so she jumped into the sea with her baby girl in her full workout clothes.
'Yesterday' star Lily James feels "stressed out" that she's being typecast as an actress because she often gets offered romantic roles or those of innocent women.
'Our Girl' star Michelle Keegan wants to learn Spanish to feel closer to her family's past after learning about her heritage on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' last year.
Julianne Moore is pleased the #MeToo movement is bringing "important" change to the way people act, as she says the "conversation" happening around sexual misconduct is long overdue.
Kelly Osbourne has revealed how 'The Osbournes' could return as a one-off "catch up" special and revealed talks are in place to bring back her family's podcast.
The Duchess of Sussex had Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor at The Portland Hospital in London, the baby royal's birth certificate has revealed.
Malcolm McDowell says modern audiences see 'A Clockwork Orange' as a "black comedy" rather than being "shocked" by the film's many scenes of disturbing violence.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West are "very hands on" parents to their brood, especially their newborn son whom they welcomed last week.
Kanye West is set to discuss his battle with bipolar disorder in an episode of David Letterman's talk show 'My Next Guest Needs No Introduction'.
Ric Flair's hospitalisation "is not as grave or serious" as first reported, according to his son-in-law Conrad Thompson, who claims the visit was pre-planned.
Halle Berry loves being a "bada**" role model to other women, by taking on an action packed role in 'John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum' which forced her to learn new skills.
Hilaria Baldwin had admitted that speaking so openly about her miscarriage last month made it less "scary" and made her feel less ashamed.
Kelly Osbourne thinks reality TV shows have a duty of "aftercare" following the cancellation of 'The Jeremy Kyle Show' amid the death of one of its guests.