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Celebrating Nature and Texas Landscapes at the Tyler Museum

An exhibit called "Flora & Fauna" showcases Texas landscapes December through March at the Tyler Museum of Art.
October 24, 2016

Lavender Mermaid’s Holiday Brunch

A frittata for brunch is a great way to serve holiday leftovers with flair.
October 24, 2016

New Caddo Grass House Draws Visitors

A replica of ancient civilization rises up from East Texas with the tradition-based construction of a grass house near Alto, Texas.
August 29, 2016

Adler & Hearne Release Simpatico

A while back on National Public Radio, music icon Billy Bragg claimed that “cynicism is the enemy of us all.” Coincidentally that same day, I was listening to Simpatico, a 24-song album by Adler & Hearne — Lynn Adler and Lindy Hearne — that celebrates their 15 years together.
August 29, 2016

Monks Oven Offers Creative Pizzas and Fun

It is pretty safe to say that most people love pizza. What’s not to like? At the basic level, there’s a pile of favorite toppings and cheese on top of crispy bread.
July 1, 2016

World Master Chef Sharon Van Meter Joins Canton Marketplace

World Master Chef Sharon Van Meter launched Miss Petie’s Southern Kitchen inside Canton Marketplace, open each First Monday Trade Days weekend.
July 1, 2016

The Fire in Hannah Kirby’s Soul

Hannah Kirby Fire in My Soul Self-released
July 1, 2016

Exhibit Shows Marvel of the Body in Motion

Summer often finds humans participate in a wide range of movements like walking, running, swimming, throwing, kicking, and riding bikes. A new exhibit at Discovery Science Place, Tyler, explores the anatomy of all those motions.
July 1, 2016

River Racers Return to Neches

They call it a race, but leisurely river lovers are also welcome to take the scenic ride down one of the oldest natural rivers in the state.
July 1, 2016

Letterbox Enthusiasts Hunt for Treasures

The historic Oakwood Cemetery in Jefferson is not the most likely place to find a teenage girl happily meandering through graves and tombstones. But to Caitlin Thomas, the hunt for treasure is an adventure that propels her through the grim, moss-covered grave markers.
April 27, 2016

2016 Summer Movie Releases

A plethora of new movies release this summer so there should be something to satisfy everyone’s tastes. Two are rooted in very different Civil War themes than movies of old with Free State of Jones based on a true story of deserters that opposed slavery, and Captain America: Civil War that follows Marvel’s comic books storyline.
April 27, 2016

Stars and Scars Mud Run Scheduled in Kilgore

For a true adventure bound to make competitors get “down and dirty,” sign up for the Stars & Scars Mud Run happening in Kilgore on Saturday, June 25.
April 27, 2016