Wills Point's Four Winds Steakhouse, a reoccurring winner of County Line Magazine's Best of the Upper East Side of Texas awards, is named as one of the top steakhouses in OpenTable Diners' Choice list of Top 100 Steakhouses in America.
Alice Lon was born November 23, 1926, in Cooper, Delta County, between Paris and Sulphur Springs. Through the guidance of her musical parents, she began singing when she was six and by the time she was 10 she was a regular on the radio.
Lee Ann Womack is back. Not with a vengeance but with what may be her best collection of songs ever. The Jacksonville native took six years to make and finally release an album it seems like she always wanted to make: The Way I’m Livin’.
When we lose someone dear, it is common to wish for just five more minutes with them. I am not a betting woman, but I have five bucks on the fact that if our wishes were granted we would not spend those precious minutes with our smartphones.
Performing for thousands of people at a live concert, when Motley Crew drummer Tommy Lee hits his snare drum and the tip of his drumstick breaks off causing a scar or even a hole through the instrument, somebody gets a call to build a better drumstick tip.
Caddo Mounds State Historic Site, one of the Texas Historical Commission’s (THC) 20 historic sites, underwent much-needed enhancement projects during this past year at its location in Alto between Rusk and Nacogdoches in Cherokee County.
November 13 marks the 40th anniversary of the suspicious death of Longview native and nuclear safety whistleblower Karen Silkwood. Portrayed by Meryl Streep in a 1983 award-winning motion picture, Silkwood gained national attention after voicing concerns of health and safety issues at the Kerr-McGee nuclear facility in Crescent, Oklahoma.