HARLINGEN — The smell of popcorn and Bandera Coffee's cold-brew coffee filled the air on April 28 as the lights dimmed and a red glow filled the room while the film "Valley Vision 1- Light" began for the grand opening film screening at ENTRE Film Center at 415 West Jackson Avenue.
Brownsville’s Mitte in Motion festival connects local talent to entertainment industry professionals
Brownsville hosted a free workshop Saturday during Mitte in Motion: A Dynamic Arts Festival, which sought to foster the arts community of Brownsville by connecting emerging artists, creatives and actors to professionals within the arts and entertainment industry for training and relationship-building opportunities.
Anyone aspiring to a career in the arts and entertainment industry can get the inside scoop from industry veterans during the inaugural Mitte in Motion: A Dynamic Arts Festival to be held April 29 in Brownsville.
Attention pop culture fans.
Hellboy is coming to the Rio Grande Valley.
McALLEN — Though the evening was gloomy with gray, cloudy skies and a cold, mist-like drizzle sprinkling atop surfaces, a beacon of hope still shined in the form of generosity for local families in need this holiday season with the help of McAllen native and actress Ariana Guerra, and her friends and family as well.