Waco Weekly

Waco Weekly Your guide to what's happening in Waco, Texas, complete with exclusive interviews, entertainment reviews, comprehensive event coverage, and more!

Waco's Independent News Source. Your guide to what's happening in Waco, Texas, complete with exclusive interviews, entertainment reviews, comprehensive event coverage, and more! Chris Shepperd, Editor in Chief, [email protected] Matt Shepperd, Executive Editor, [email protected]

Mission: Waco Weekly is established upon the basics of your community, culture and entertainment. Our mission is to get the goods as close to you as your sidewalk newspaper stand, desktop and social media apps. Either way, we'll let you know what's happening.

04/23/2014
Vol. 1 No. 24

Hitting stands now: Green River Ordinance to play Common Grounds; Seryn to play Common Grounds, too; Green Day is back with a b-sides album; we take you for a ride trough wildflower country; a new Yoga studio is getting Waco into shape; and a new book about John Wayne dishes on his private life.

All this and more, hitting stands now.

You can read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_24

Waco Weekly - 04.23.14

04/16/2014
Vol. 1 No. 23


Hitting stands everywhere: The Spring Style and Fashion Issue; NEEDTOBREATHE's new album is another chart topper; The Grand Budapest Hotel is Wes Anderson at his best; Mean Girls on Netflix is so fetch; and we take you to the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park in this week's Texas Back Roads. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

Or read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_23

Waco Weekly - 04.16.14

04/09/2014
Vol. 1 No. 22

Hitting stands now: Celebrate Waco is pulling out all the stops and showing off the new Hippodrome; Brazos Nights Festival is chock full of entertainment; Remington Stallard to release CD at upcoming Common Grounds show; Nick Cannon's controversial antics come to fruition with his new album; and South Padre's Beach-n-Bikerfest is for bikers and the hoi polloi, too. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

You can read the digital edition here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_22

Waco Weekly - 04.09.14

04/02/2014
Vol. 1 No. 21

Hitting stands now: the truth about Leopold and His Fiction; Steve Moakler plays Common Grounds, Randy Rogers, Shakira, and Future Islands have new albums; how to cook the perfect roast chicken; and Waco 65,000 years ago.

All this and more, hitting stands everywhere. You can read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_21

Waco Weekly - 04.02.14

03/26/2014
Vol. 1 No. 20

On stands now: Holly Tucker comes home to Waco, studies, and prepares her next career move; Elijah Wood talks to us about his new film and privacy in the digital age; Skrillex' new album pushes the frontier of a genre he helped define; Dublin, Texas has its own Dr. Pepper museum; and Cody Johnson comes to Wild West Waco.
All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

Read the online issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_20

Waco Weekly - 03.26.14

"Everything about our civilization is on the back of someone who made a discovery that transformed who we are and how we...
03/20/2014
A Universe Rebooted: Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Return of Cosmos – Waco Weekly

"Everything about our civilization is on the back of someone who made a discovery that transformed who we are and how we live.”

http://wacoweekly.com/a-universe-rebooted-neil-degrasse-tyson-and-the-return-of-cosmos/

Preaching the benefits of innovation and discovery at SXSW is like, well, preaching to the choir. But that didn’t stop the world’s scientist laureate from proselytizing during a standing-room-only keynote address at SXSW 2014. Neil deGrasse Tyson, the indefatigable astrophysicist, author, lecturer,…

03/19/2014
Vol. 1 No. 19

Hitting Stands Now: Neil deGrasse Tyson tells us why the martyrs of science-past are important; Daryl Hannah (Kill Bill 2, Blade Runner) tells us why the Keystone Pipeline is bad for people's rights and the environment; Ashanti quits the major labels and takes full creative control on her latest album; and we take you on a road trip to a really cool winery right here Texas.

All this and more, hitting stands everywhere. You can read the online issue here:

http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_19

Waco Weekly - 03.19.14

03/18/2014

Gungor at Common Grounds!
St Patricks at Barnett's Pub!
And good times happening at Dichotomy and Muddle on Austin Ave...no good reason to be home tonight!

03/12/2014
Vol. 1 No. 18

On Stands Now: Michael Gungor elaborates upon making beautiful things; Pharell is back with an album, not another production; Barnett's Pub is preparing for a big St. Paddy's celebration; a recipe for lavender lemon pound cake will have you eating page 10 in this week's issue; and we're taking you on a road trip to the birthplace of Texas.

All this and more on stands now. Read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_18

Waco Weekly - 03.12.14

02/26/2014
Vol. 1 No. 16

Hitting Stands Now: Joe Pug tells us why he dropped out of school to become a musician; Beck is back with a fresh new album; a recipe for blood orange sherbet is easy and the results are delish; we take you on a road trip to see dinosaurs; and the new Robocop movie has the same thrills as the original, with a more contemporary theme. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

Read the digital issue here and share:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_16

Waco Weekly - 02.26.14

02/19/2014
Vol. 1 No. 15

Hitting Stands Now: In less than a decade, Waco has undergone a revolution to revamp and reinvigorate downtown; monster trucks come to Extraco; Robert Ellis gets soulful on his new album; craft beer culture comes to downtown courtesy of Toledo's Hop Shop; and we take you to Clifton, TX for a road trip down memory lane. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere!

Read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_15

Waco Weekly - 02.19.14

02/12/2014
Vol. 1 No. 14

Hitting Stands Now: Local musician, farm boy, and distiller Ryan Pickop talks music, whiskey, and heroes; new cocktail bar, Muddle, is off to a great start; COCOAMODA in Calvert is worth the pit stop; homemade chicken soup gets a fresh twist; and Eric Church tests the boundaries of country music. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

Read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_14

Waco Weekly - 02.12.14

02/08/2014

Come down and check out the HOT Home Products Show at the Extraco Coliseum Exhibits & Creative Arts Building going on all day today! Contact the Extracto Events Center Office for more information

02/05/2014
Vol. 1, No. 13

Hitting Stands Now: Waco creatives collaborate to celebrate what's great about #Wacotown; a new record store is bringing vinyl back to your dusty turntables; peanut butter heart cookies are just in time for Valentine's Day; a new play, Dead Man's Cell Phone, tackles the digital age dramatically; and Rhonda Vincent's new bluegrass album will take you back--way back--to a time when instruments didn't have cords or volume knobs. All this and more, hitting stands everywhere.

You can read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1__no_13

Waco Weekly - 2.5.14

01/29/2014
Vol. 1, No. 12

This Week's Issue: Switchfoot's Jon Foreman talks about Christian rock vs. Christians who rock; the Boss is back with High Hopes; take a walk on the wild side at Austin's Graffiti Park; cooking with quinoa and kale; Jack Ryan is the typical action flick; and Kyle Park to play Wild West Waco. All this and more, on stands everywhere.

Read the digital edition here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol_1_no_12

Waco Weekly - 1.29.14

01/22/2014
Vol. 1, No. 11

Hitting Stands Now: Keep your New Year's health resolutions with this week's Health and Fitness issue, full of tips and resources. Read a review of Cody Johnson's new chart-topping album; go indoor skydiving in the week's Weekender; discover new movies and TV shows with this week's IMDb app; and join Waco's budding writing community. All this--and more--hitting stands now. Read the digital issue here:
http://issuu.com/wacoweekly/docs/vol._1__no._11

Waco Weekly - 01.22.14

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