Winner of several national awards this past year for their crafted wines, Landon Winery & Bistro in Greenville is a favorite dining location as well as wine tastings, local happy hours, and other special events.
The Children’s Advocacy Center, Van Zandt County, helps abused children get out of danger and into better situations, but the organization couldn’t do it without the help of volunteers — and the need is great right now.
A steak is like a pink elephant: The mere mention of it and you can’t stop thinking about it. The same can be said about the words “George Foreman,” salesman with a knock-out punch, and a Marshall native.
On February 2, 1959, three of the biggest stars of the day — Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly, and J.P. Richardson (The Big Bopper) — played their last show. The next day the talented trio died in a small plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa.
The Northeast Texas Poetry in Schools contest is presented by Young Audiences of Northeast Texas in conjunction with the Rusk County Poetry Society, Inspiritry, County Line Magazine, and Region 7 Education Service Center.
Mister Owita’s Guide to Gardening is really not about gardening so much as it is about an unlikely friendship that found its way to a deep respect for everything they eventually found they had in common and about appreciating beauty.
A special treat awaits fans of the Lindale Community Theater as it prepares to present the uproariously funny comedy Daddy’s Dyin’: Who’s Got the Will, written by Del Shores. Del Shores himself will conduct workshops for would-be actors.
Celebrating 45 years of serving the greater East Texas community, the Tyler Museum of Art casts the spotlight on our nation’s diversity for its first major exhibition of 2016: Embracing Diverse Voices: 90 Years of African-American Art.
Young artists who explore Texas’ beaches through art can win big prizes through a statewide program called Adopt-A-Beach “Treasures of the Texas Coast” Children’s Art Contest. The deadline to submit artwork is Wednesday, March 2, 2016.
The roots of blues and folk music have many strands, and one of the best started in East Texas. That’s where a blues original picked up a guitar for the first time on his way to influencing many musicians to follow.
The Upper East Side of Texas is home to many of “the bests” in the state, but when a business or place consistently receives the most nominations in the annual County Line Magazine BEST they are inducted into a category of home to the greats.