Category: Fall 2010

Arts & Entertainment

  • Crazy


    “If you don’t do it, then who will?” Those eight simple words have stuck with Linda Haskett. She remembers the conversation like it was yesterday. She was talking with a friend about her disappointment in the Baylor Children’s Theatre being closed, when her friend told her to start her own children’s theatre.

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  • Students In An Uproar

    Students In An Uproar

    When looking at Uproar Records from the outside, it may seem to be small and simple. Once you speak with those involved in Uproar, however, it reveals their passion for their work and for the Baylor and Waco community.

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  • Making The Pen Bleed

    Making The Pen Bleed

    Temples pulsed wildly with anger and fists clinched tightly enough that fingernails ripped into skin. Gabe Dominguez, formerly named on “Waco’s Most Wanted” list, remembers a fellow inmate pushing paper and pen into his hands and demanding that he write it out.

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  • Innovation In Motion

    Innovation In Motion

    The crowded streets of a big-time town glow with neon signs and blinking car signals. The city radiates with buses honking, people talking and sirens singing. It’s not unusual to pass a struggling violinist or a six-piece band playing for tips. Impersonators and magicians may even stop you in your steps to try to entertain…

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  • I Have A Dream

    I Have A Dream

    Telling your parents that you want something to eat. Knowing how to respond to a stranger. Engaging with a group of your friends while sitting still at a table. Responding to your dad’s question. Talking about many different subjects when conversing with a friend. Accepting the embrace of a parent.

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  • Song For The Houseless

    Song For The Houseless

    Michael Gienger could have done what everyone else usually does. He could have frantically locked his car doors. He could have pretended to be on his cell phone or merely looked the other way in order to avoid eye contact. He could have just kept driving. But instead, when Gienger saw Charles “Chuck” Wayne Rose,…

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  • Building The Guild

    Building The Guild

    Charleen Isbell and her dear friend Ellen Foster breezily finish each others sentences. A relationship initially constructed by a mutual love for wielding a paintbrush to canvas has become a relationship of profound connection.

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  • The Art Of Grace

    The Art Of Grace

    It is a Friday afternoon and the temperature reads less than scorching and a slight breeze is rustling the trees, causing some leaves to prematurely fall. At South Terrace Apartments, kids at Waco Arts Initiative will be searching through the scattered leaves to use in today’s class.

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