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Palestine’s Art Tracks offers a walking or driving art tour experience that’s free, family-friendly, and gives a new pop to the town’s Main Street District every year.

More than 50 beautiful homes and other structures created by German immigrant Diedrich Rulfs have stood the test of time for more than 100 years to help define the landscape of Nacogdoches, Texas.

It’s a tradition for thousands of people each year to attend Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic and coordinators are not letting COVID-19 stop the show. They are bringing the gigantic picnic to the public virtually this year.

When it rains it pours, But you didn’t even notice, It ain’t rainin’ anymore, It’s hard to breathe when all you know is, The struggle of, Staying above, The rising water line

The “Blue Man” series is held in the TMA’s Permanent Collection and now on exhibition through August 30. Rooted in documentarian tradition, Carter’s images capture the ordinary as well as the unimaginable subjects found around East Texas that make the region unique. 

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Some might find their great grandmothers’ quilts harbor more history than they know. What was once thought of as an innocent pastime for modest women might have actually been part of a paradigm-shifting movement. Through meticulous quilting patterns and robust song performances, Pleasant Hil…

Longview Museum of Fine Arts features an extensive permanent collection that is on display year-round. The collection includes three stunning wood sculptures by John Hillier, who recently retired from teaching art at Kilgore Community College for more than 30 years.

We celebrate the birth of legendary singer Jim Reeves on August 20. Born in Panola County, he grew up to be one of the best singers of all time.

Born July 22, 1992, in Grand Prairie, Texas, pop performer Selena Gomez often stops by her childhood home for a photo op like this one in September 2019. Listen to “Look at Her Now” VIDEO.

“Summer Breeze” by Emily Guthrie Smith, 31x50 inches, oil on canvas is one of Longview Museum of Fine Arts’ pieces from their permanent collection.

Jacksonville, Texas, native Lee Ann Womack released her song "I Hope You Dance" on May 23, 2000.