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Celebrate Oktoberfest in Crockett

Trying to describe Brave Combo’s music requires an extensive vocabulary – at least when it comes to musical styles. For the past three decades the quintet has perfected a world music mix that includes salsa, meringue, rock, cumbia, conjunto, polka, zydeco, classical, cha cha, the blues and more.

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Caddo Parish Welcomes Tour Participants

Annual event will spotlight historic homes, community businesses and unique sites along Highway 71 North and Highway 3049 in northern Caddo Parish, Louisiana.

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Pick Palestine for Your Next Adventure

Palestine’s Historic Main Street District is 44 blocks long, starting at its Visitor Information Center, housed in a restored railroad depot at 825 West Spring Street, and ending at the historic Anderson County Courthouse, an impressive neoclassical structure built in 1914.

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Nominees Announced for Texas Downtown Awards

Texas Downtown Association announced finalists today in their 2018 President's Award Program. Of the 36 nominees selected from 111 entries, 14 — 40 percent — are in the Upper East Side of Texas.

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New Attractions in Store for Fairgoers

While fairgoers can expect all the tried and true favorites, exciting new additions promise the likes of mind-bending magic, sea lion stunts, craft beer, and a cappella shows, just to name a few.

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Fifth Annual Asian Festival Comes to Shreveport

Free event will celebrate the Diwali Festival of Lights as well as traditional Asian street foods.

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Enjoy a Fun Day in Tyler

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.

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Unique Museums Are Out of the Way, but Big on Curiosities

No list of area adventures is complete without the region’s offerings of oddball treasures in museums and quirky educational exhibits.

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There's an Explore Guide for that Place!

Tap into the restaurants, hotels, shopping and activities in numerous cities, towns and destinations in the Upper East Side of Texas with this helpful online tool.

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The Centuries-Old Road that Still Has Plenty to Offer

Early Spanish explorers, traveling from Mexico City, embarked upon the untamed wilderness that was Texas 300 years ago. They followed a series of trails first trodden by Native Americans like the Caddo tribe.

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Dive into Cool Clear Water in the Region this Summer

East Texas is fortunate to have an abundance of inviting cool water in the region — from diving ponds to massive lakes — so it’s no surprise how many choices people have to explore throughout the summer.

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Patriotic Spirit on Exhibit at American Freedom Museum

See artifacts, photos and more at this out-of-the-way museum covering the nation's fight for freedom around the world.

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