Choirs bring home gold from Dallas

John Binder Contributing WriterChoir competed Dallas, TX, at the Heritage Festival on April 4, a nation-wide tournament. On this trip, led by teacher Scott Kinworthy, the choir did several things while also performing for the Heritage Festival audience. Also on… Read More ›

Music artist returns to mainstream

Justin Comegys Contributing Writer After nearly a six-year drought in the music industry, Justin Timberlake returns into the music mainstream with the release of his new album, “The 20/20 Experience.” Spending three consecutive weeks at #1 of the Top 100… Read More ›

Zombie dog story is weird yet sweet

Cristina Vasquez-Muñiz Vasquez.cristina@wgecho.org After years of high-budget movies and worn out concepts, Burton has finally come back to his creepy roots with “Frankenweenie,” a remake of his 1984 live-action short about a lonely boy and his reanimated dog. “Frankenweenie” tells… Read More ›

Grammy Awards stun viewers

Kelli Lowry Entertainment Columnist Performancesby artists from Chris Brown to The Beach Boys, made the 54th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, the best of “music’s biggest night” to be seen in a while. With the loss of Whitney Houston… Read More ›