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Local Wineries Receive Medals in International Competitions

Kiepersol Vineyards & Winery in Bullard, Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards in Pittsburg, and Sloan & Williams Winery in Grapevine represented the Upper East Side of Texas well with 21 gold, silver, and bronze medals plus several Texas and regional class awards.
February 22, 2018

Palestine Art Tracks Sculptures

“Unfurling” by Art Fairchild is one of 20 pieces selected for this year’s Palestine Art Tracks, a downtown outdoor sculpture exhibit that runs through November.
February 22, 2018

Spring Flower Trails Offer Blooming Good Time

Spring in the Upper East Side of Texas means blooms, blooms, and more blooms. From festivals to gardens to natural wildflowers along roadways, this part of the world offers a breathtaking backdrop to rival any in the world. Take a look at this list and set aside some time to stop and smell the roses and enjoy all these brightly colored beauties as this side of nature puts on its annual show.
February 22, 2018

Nudie Suits Sewed Up Country Music’s Glitzy Years

Nudie suits were popular with country music stars and about 20 of them are showcased at the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in Carthage. Starting left and going clockwise are the suits of Jimmy Dean, Ernest Tubb, Ray Price, and Buck Owens. Courtesy photos.
February 22, 2018

Enjoy a Fun Day in the Rose Capital of America

Tyler has a long list of family-friendly things to do that are appropriate for groups with an age span from toddling to doddering. Visitors spending a day or longer in the “Rose Capital of America” have no shortage of activities to add to their agenda. Here are a few of the must-see places.
February 22, 2018

Joyner-Kersey Set to Speak at Stars Over Longview

Longview Regional Medical Center holds the 18th Annual Stars Over Longview Awards Ceremony and Luncheon with keynote speaker Jackie Joyner-Kersey
December 29, 2017

Around the World in Two Days

County Line took to the road for a world-wind trip throughout the region to cities with famous European names. What unfolds is a beautiful drive with some fun attractions, interesting history, great shopping, and delicious food and drink options along the way.
December 29, 2017

Second Andy Warhol Exhibit Pops in the Upper East Side of Texas

See “Rediscovering Andy Warhol” on exhibit from January 13 through March 24 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts.
December 29, 2017

Shreveport Serves Great Feast for Fat Tuesday and Throughout the Year

Shreveport is upping its food game with many new chefs, new restaurants, and aspirants at the local farmers’ market and mobile food trucks. They are making their names and edging out some of the less inspired eateries, leaving a landscape of old, entrenched, but beloved, stalwarts and dazzling newcomers.
December 29, 2017

Greenville-Based Robotics Help Kids Learn

Something happens when a kid gets the components of a robot and is challenged to make it work, make it perform some task or even compete against other robots.
December 28, 2017

Red Brick Renaissance

There’s a new world emerging into its rightful place of ownership in Nacogdoches, a city familiar in East Texas for Stephen F. Austin University (SFA), red brick streets, and a unique place in Texas history as the state’s oldest town.
October 30, 2017

Wonderland of Lights Returns to Marshall

October 30, 2017