Runako Gee is a Waco, Texas, native who studied at the University of North Texas and obtained her bachelor’s degree in communication studies. She is a multimedia journalist with FOX 44 News and plans to utilize her journalism career to acquire a comprehensive literacy of the world and its people. She is also open to new experiences and is pursuing opportunities that will allow her to further her career goals.
Día de los Muertos Parade & Festival 2022
Running alongside the Brazos River and displaying vibrant traditions and celebrations of life is the 2022 Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Parade…
Silent House Takes on Hedda Gabler
Silent House Theatre is back with another thought-provoking addition to its rapidly expanding catalog of successful productions. This time, audiences will fall prey to the…
2022 Epiphanies New Works Festival
Wild Imaginings’ 2022 Epiphanies New Works Festival is back for the third consecutive year with even more talent, variety, and diversity. Theater connoisseurs, thespians, and…
Texas Music Cafe: Rising Stars & Lone Star Legends
On Saturday, September 24, at 7 pm, Texas Music Cafe hosts blues band Steve Howell and The Mighty Men for the inaugural performance at its new location at 715 Washington Avenue in downtown Waco.
$3 Thursday College NightFreight Bar 1613 James Ave, Waco, Texas
Join Freight each week this spring for $3 Thursday College Night: $3 wells $3 domestic drafts $3 Fireball and peanut butter, and tequila shots $2 Jolly Rancher shots
Fish Fry Day with Lauren JanuaryKarem Shrine 400 Karem Cir, Waco, TX
Enjoy all-you-can-eat fried fish, fun, fellowship, and live music by Lauren January. $14 for adults. $7 for kids 12 and under.
Dog Bite, Bedtime Stories & The Tuba RoomUndercroft Social Club 712 Austin Ave (rear entrance), Waco, TX
It's a triple bill you don't want to miss—Dog Bite, Bedtime Stories, and The Tuba Room—at Waco's favorite underground BYOB speakeasy.
The Johnny JoesFuzzy's Taco Shop 215 S University Parks Dr, Waco, TX
Led by irrepressible frontman and guitarist extraordinaire Johnny Joe Ramos, The Johnny Joes return to Fuzzy's in downtown Waco.