Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards in Pittsburg started 2016 off with new accolades. LPRV was awarded a total of nine awards at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo International Wine Competition.
The Tyler Museum of Art ushers in its 45th anniversary with Chihuly: Works from Texas Collections, an exhibition spotlighting the broad scope of glass master Dale Chihuly’s artistic vision and impact over a 40-year career.
In a show of her gratitude for the opportunities provided growing up in East Texas, country music artist Kacey Musgraves made good on her promise to help other students with similar musical aspirations.
Rumor has it that true Irish don’t care much for leprechauns or green beer but other aspects of the Irish lifestyle help define who they are and give insight to those who want to be Irish for a day on St. Patrick’s Day.
Although born in Los Angeles on April 30, 1925, Johnny Horton spent much of his youth in Cherokee and Rusk counties of Texas. First noticed as a songwriter, he soon began singing and recording his own songs to much critical recognition.
America lost one of its first singing cowboys March 8, 1989, with the death of Stuart Hamblen. Originally from Kellyville near Jefferson in Marion County, Hamblin was a prolific songwriter that made it big in country and gospel music.
This spring an exciting new brand of ready-to-wear fashion takes center stage in display windows of fine department stores across the nation, including Saks Fifth Avenue in Dallas. The creator of this women’s clothing line is 31-year-old Longview native Brandon Maxwell.