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Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez, the artistic director for the Victoria Bach Festival who travels between the Washington, D.C., area and New York City weekly, put together a piano recital for this summer’s festival while recovering from COVID-19.
As restrictions imposed because of coronavirus are eased, shoppers are slowly finding their way back to locally owned boutiques. Lily Grace Boutique in Goliad and the Palm Tree Boutique and Foster Creek Station in Victoria all are seeing some of their old customers again, as well as new ones.
Native Victoria author Jim Cole was age 80 when he published his first book “Never Cry Again,” and 84 when he published his second, “Run With the Wind.” He hopes to have his third in the series, “Brothers Three: A Story of 1960s Dallas,” published by the time he is 88.
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Welcome to the feel-good movie of the summer. Tracee Ellis Ross (“black-ish”) plays superstar pop singer Grace Davis who’s at the stage in her career that finds most aging artists doing a Vegas residency to cash in on the success of their past hits.
Following a first-rate performance in “The Invisible Man,” which opened just before theaters shuttered, Elisabeth Moss returns as American horror-mystery writer Shirley Jackson in Josephine Decker’s follow up to 2018’s Sundance smash “Madeline’s Madeline.”
Zoinks! The origins of the Mystery Inc. gang are revealed in the new computer animated Scooby-Doo feature that kids will enjoy more than parents.