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In this week’s show, host Blane Singletary previews ACU Theatre’s upcoming musical, “I Do! I Do!” by interviewing the entire cast of two. Then, keep your ears open as we take a look at Tropicalisimo Fantasia, the first band in the Abilene Zoo’s new “Spots and Stripes Concert Series.” Also, we take a look at ACU alum and Pulitzer Prize winning photographer David Leeson’s new self-portrait show at the Center for Contemporary Arts.

Who says learning can’t be entertaining? The next installment of the Chautauqua Learning Series in the Buffalo Gap Historic Village is hoping to change that notion. Host Blane Singletary also takes a look at a few shows in town, including the Gordon Lightfoot Concert and “Key Largo,” the next film in the Paramount Film Series.

On this week’s show, it’s all about the arts. Host Blane Singletary takes a look at a musical revue featuring the works of acclaimed Broadway artists John Kander and Fred Ebb. Also, with the monthly Art Walk on the way, Singletary takes you downtown to preview the many great art exhibits showing through the end of this month.

On this week’s show, we’re privileged to have the well-known antiques appraiser John Buxton in the studio, along with Judy Godfrey, to talk about the Grace Museum’s first ever “Antiques Round-Up.” Also, host Blane Singletary takes a look at the online PC game distribution platform, Steam, and how it is growing on the Mac.

This week, host Blane Singletary takes a look at the big entertainment and pop-culture event of the year: Comic-Con. He’ll also take a look at The Tour de Gap, a fun bicycle race for all ages and experience levels. He’ll talk with Jim McDonald, an organizer of the event, as well as KACU’s own Justin Brown who is riding in the race and has a “Lance Armstrong-style ambition to win.”

The summer heat is back and Abilene’s Rescue the Animals SPCA is holding its annual Dachshund races in a new Abilene location after it was rained out last week in Buffalo Gap. Also, host Blane Singletary takes a look at the Abilene Astronomy Club’s upcoming star gazing party.

To help you beat the Summer rains host Blane Singletary takes a look at some of the many shows opening around town, both live and on film. The Abilene Performing Arts Company is putting on a Summer Camp for young actors leading up to the production of Annie Jr., and he’ll talk to Lanie Westman about how it’s coming along. On the film side, take a look at two films that had an impressive run in theaters, but are coming back for special screenings throughout Abilene.

This week, host Blane Singletary gives a preview of this weekend’s 4th of July festivities as well as the ACU Theater’s performance of Othello, and an interview with the show’s director Adam Hester.

This episode marks the 1 year anniversary of Eye On Entertainment on KACU’s The News At Noon. Host Blane Singletary presents an interview with Susan Waller to talk about the Fort Griffin “Fandangle,” which happens to be the first thing featured on this program on its debut a year ago. Also, KACU’s Caleb Robinson sits in with Singletary to talk about “The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee,” a musical performance this weekend at the historic Paramount Theater. Robinson stars in this musical and will discuss the storyline, his character and more.

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A luncheon for the community marks a historic landmark in KACU history; a celebration of 25 years of public radio in Abilene and the Big Country of West Texas.  KACU serves one of the smallest markets in the U.S. and it has been said the area population is too small to support a public radio station.  But, with typical West Texas style, the community defied the odds and has maintained 89.7 KACU, AbilenePublicRadio, for 25 years.