Since we started this blog, right after we had to close for COVID-19, we’ve been finding cool ways you can get your live music fix while social distancing. Well the creative community has gotten more and more creative and there’s more music live music than ever, coming from the musicians’ living rooms to yours. Here’sContinue reading “The best of social distancing performances this week”
Since we screened our first film, “Always Goodbye” in 1931, and the legislature named Hutchinson’s Historic Fox Theatre as the State Movie Palace of Kansas in 1994, movies have been our business for 89 years. Until we can show movies again on the big screen, here are some stay-in-place options as we continue to fightContinue reading “Virtual film festivals emerge”
This was making the rounds on social media the past couple of days, but in case you missed it, or simply wanted to watch it again, John Krasinski gave a 9-year-old girl who saw her chance to see “Hamilton” canceled, a wish come true — with a little help from Mary Poppins. Proof that theContinue reading “Hamilton stars in shelter at home”
Just because your favorite historic theater is temporarily closed, and all the concerts around the country are canceled or postponed, doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy live music. As your top provider of live music in the region, the Fox wants to help you find that live vibe and your music mojo during this timeContinue reading “Concerts on the home front”
It’s been tough to stay at home. We get it. It’s been tough on us, too, having to cancel shows and trying to figure out how to keep this 90-year-old jewel of our community going. We miss seeing your faces in these seats but health comes first. And it’s going to get tougher, as theContinue reading “Take it easy this week: it’s going to be a rough one”
As we shelter in place and look out for one another during the COVID-19 emergency, let’s not forget about our four-legged friends. The Humane Society of the United States is encouraging pet owners to make an emergency contingency plan for their pets. Such steps include: Identify a family member or friend to care for petsContinue reading “Don’t let this virus become a pet peeve: take care of the animals”
We admit it. We miss you. We miss seeing your faces in the audience, hearing your laughs and feeling the thrill of your applause. You know who else misses you? The artists who travel around the country to bring you their music at the Fox and other venues.. We hear a lot about the peopleContinue reading “We still want to bring you great music”
The American Red Cross is in critical condition. The need for blood donations during the coronavirus pandemic, due to blood drives being canceled. But there are still some in this are. If you’re healthy, donate your blood. Here are the upcoming opportunities in our area. Schedule a time here. Friday, March 27: Noon to 6Continue reading “Blood, without sweat or tears: it’s an emergency”
We’re all doing our part in trying to contain the deadly novel coronavirus COVID-19. It’s a scary new world and everyone is making sacrifices, including community non-profits. While we shelter in place, we want to try and provide you reliable information amid the noise that bombards us from all corners of socials media. We especiallyContinue reading “Our world: today’s update”
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