Taking a bite of The Dancing Pig sandwich at Moore’s Store in historic downtown Ben Wheeler is a deliciously messy roller coaster of flavor. The hammed up concoction is loaded about four inches high with pulled pork, sliced ham, house-rubbed candied-pepper bacon, and caramelized red onions.
Nestled at the corner of Gentry Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard by Caldwell Zoo, the latest Beauty and the Box entry features a photograph of a squirrel monkey in a tree taken by Linda Davidson.
Children of all ages will have a one-on-one experience with the cast of conductors, elves, waiters and chefs and, of course, the man in red … Santa Claus! The best part is that everyone gets to wear their pajamas out in public.
Students were asked to create original work in acrylics, oils, watercolor, chalk, pencil, or colored pencil with a theme of “Cowboy Christmas.” A total of 360 submissions came from children in Pre K through the 8th grade.
When the Redlands Hotel opened for business in Palestine in 1915, it was hailed as one of the finest hotels around. The hotel is a destination all its own with beautiful suites for rent by the night or longer, an on-site fine dining restaurant and bar, elegant ambience throughout the building, and a front row seat to all the happenings in downtown Palestine.
The Regional Music Heritage Center is leading efforts to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Scott Joplin's birthday at 7 p.m. Saturday, November 24 at The Flying Crow -- a renovated rail car -- in historic downtown Texarkana.