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“Secure Your ID Day” April 21st

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BBB to Host “Secure Your ID Day” in Tyler

On Saturday, April 21st at 8am-12 noon at the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Tyler offices, 3600 Old Bullard Rd., Tyler, companies and individuals can shred up to three bags maximum per vehicle at no charge.

The BBB, serving Central East Texas, is part of an expansive network of local BBB’s across North America. Nationally, BBB collaborates to produce this bi-annual shred day event. The program is a BBB-branded identity theft, fraud prevention, and educational initiative that features on-site document destruction and distribution of identity protection tips and resources to local communities. 

Documents to consider shredding are: cancelled and voided checks, pay stubs, credit card and bank statements, credit reports and history, tax forms, used airline tickets, medical and dental records, and anything with your Social Security number, pin numbers, or account information.

For more information contact (903)581-5704 or cswierc@easttexas.bbb.org.

Special thanks to Ark La Tex Shredding and Goodwill Industries of East Texas for generously donating their services for document shredding and electronic equipment recycling.

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April 25th-28th: “Hamlet” on Stage at TJC

‘Hamlet’ to be Theatre TJC’s final production of the season

Theatre TJC will close its 2017-18 season with William Shakespeare’s searing story of murder and revenge, “Hamlet.”

Show times are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, April 25-28, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, April 28, in Jean Browne Theatre.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday, April 18. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students, and free with a valid TJC ID. Box office hours are noon-6 p.m. weekdays through the run on the show. For reservations, call 903-510-2212.

The production is under the direction of Denise Weatherly-Green.

Long considered one of The Bard’s best plays, “Hamlet” is the tale of a Danish prince tormented by despair, insanity and a drive for vengeance. The play has been inspiring the minds and exhausting the hearts of theater-goers and readers alike for centuries.

Cast includes: Hamlet – Sean-Riley Cunningham, Tyler; King Claudius – Bryce Neel, Troup; Queen Gertrude – Nicki Dempsey, Tyler; Old Hamlet’s Ghost – Stone French, Whitehouse; Polonius – J.W. McFarland, Bullard; Ophelia – Bailey Patton, Mansfield; Laertes – Gerardo Carreon, Matamoros, Mexico; Horatio – Walker Delk, Tyler; Rosencrantz – Bryson Chalk, Big Sandy; Guildenstern – Iliana Herrera, Tyler; Marcellus – Mar’Quise Johnson, Oceanside, California; Barnardo – Colin Thomas, Frisco; Francisco – William Clark, Whitehouse; First Player – King, Levi Hawkins, Hughes Springs; Second Player – Queen, Savannah Williams, Tyler; Third Player – Trey Frosch, Kaufman; Clown 1 – Joey Herrera, Katy; and Clown 2 – Rita Roman, Quitman.

Crew includes: stage manager – Tate Bivens, Paris; assistant stage manager – Grace Luttrell, New Diana; director’s assistant – Ellie Hudson, Tyler; and sound design – Katlyn Lamar – Canton.

The production is part of TJC’s fourth annual Arts Festival, a month-long celebration of exhibits and performances by TJC students, faculty and staff. For a complete list of events, go to www.tjc.edu/ArtsFestival.

 

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Kane Brown at TJC in Concert April 25th

Rising country star Kane Brown will headline TJC’s annual Spring Fling on Wednesday, April 25, on the Intramural Field on the TJC main campus.

Gates open at 6 p.m., and Lindale artist Chris Colston will open the show at 7 p.m., followed by Brown.

Admission is $30 for community general admission and $10 for TJC students. Seating is lawn-style, so lawn chairs and blankets are recommended. Tickets can be purchased by going to www.tjc.edu/events and clicking the April 25 Spring Fling link.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in Wagstaff Gymnasium.

About Kane Brown

Breakthrough artist Kane Brown is climbing the charts with the RIAA Gold-certified “Heaven,” the newest single from his self-titled Gold debut, which stands as country’s #1 best-selling new-artist album debut since 2014.

With a robust, devoted fan base of over 3.5 million social subscribers, the RCA Records/Zone 4 recording artist has garnered over 320 million on-demand streams and over 100 million YouTube and Vevo views. Released in December 2016, Kane Brown debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums and Top 10 on the Billboard 200 all-genre chart and became the #4 best-selling new-artist album debut of 2016, in any genre. Kane Brown Deluxe Edition—a 15-song edition of his self-titled album—released in October of 2017, debuting at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums and Top 5 on the Billboard 200.

Brown became the first artist ever to be #1 on Billboard’s five main country charts simultaneously, including Top Country Albums; Country Digital Song Sales (with the #1 debuting “Heaven”); and Country Airplay, Hot Country Songs, and Country Streaming Songs (with the Double-Platinum smash “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina, which also ranks as the #1 most-streamed country song of 2018). Brown earlier made chart history with the highest-debuting country EP of the Nielsen SoundScan era—2016’s Chapter 1—which featured the Platinum-certified “Used to Love You Sober,” the video for which earned a CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video nomination. A past ACM Awards nominee as New Male Vocalist of the Year, the 24-year-old singer/songwriter has been the subject of press features in such outlets as The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Billboard, People, US Weekly, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, HITS, and Rolling Stone. Among his extensive TV appearances are NBC’s “Today” and “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” the nationally syndicated “Ellen” and “Entertainment Tonight,” CBS’ “Academy of Country Music Awards,” “Conan” (TBS), a 2017 “CMA Awards” (ABC) performance of “Heaven South” with Brad Paisley, the national debut of “Heaven” on ABC’s “Good Morning America” (December 6 and a New Year’s Day encore), performances of “What Ifs” on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2018” (ABC) and the December CBS special “A Home for the Holidays,” and a musical guest appearance on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on February 12.

On tour with Jason Aldean in 2017, Brown sold out 92 headline shows of his own with over 141,000 tickets purchased and is currently opening for Chris Young’s Losing Sleep tour. Beyond his flourishing music career—and inspired by his personal experiences and a desire to lend his voice as a platform—Brown has partnered with Make Room, the nation’s leading organization addressing the rental housing crisis in the United States. Brown has also teamed up with State Farm® as part of the Neighborhood of Good® discussion, encouraging people to make a positive impact in their own neighborhood by finding a volunteer opportunity that’s right for them. www.kanebrownmusic.com

Gate opens for The TJC Spring Fling at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April, 25th. East Texas’ own Chris Colston kicks things off, so get there early. Tickets are $10 for TJC students and include free crawfish and $30 for community general admission. There will be food trucks there as well for purchase. Tickets can be purchased here.

And heads up, it’s lawn-style seating, so bring a blanket or chair.

For complete details, call 903-510-2797 or email studentlife@tjc.edu.

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At Cowan Center: “The Wizard of Oz” April 21st

The Cowan Center is located at 3900 University Blvd. on the UT Tyler campus. Tickets are available at the box office, by calling (903)566-7424, or go to cowancenter.org. Upcoming productions are:

April 21st (7:30pm) – “The Wizard of Oz” will be presented at the Cowan Center. There truly is no place like home! The entire family will be captivated as they travel down the Yellow Brick Road and beyond with Dorothy, Toto, and their friends the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, and the Scarecrow in this lavish production, featuring breathtaking special effects, dazzling choreography, and classic songs. Tickets are $37-$72.

April 28th (7:30pm) – Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 will be presented at the Cowan Center. The East Texas Symphony will close their season with Beethoven’s monumental Symphony No. 9.  The Orchestra will be joined by ETSO Chorus, UT Tyler Concert Chorale, and Patriot Singers, and a quartet of soloists.  The concert also features the ETSO premieres of Handel’s Zadok the Priest and Brahms’ Nanie.  It’s a grand evening of choral music ending the season on a high note.

May 10th (7:30pm) – The Celtic Women will be presented at the Cowan Center. This global phenomenon started on a winter Dublin night in 2004. The idea was conceived to create a musical ensemble featuring a selection of exceptional classically and traditionally trained Irish female musicians. Tickets are $42-$77.

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