During the home quarantine, gardening can be done for enjoyment and mental health. April offers gardening opportunities for all ages, from lawns to vegetable gardens.
The Texas Forest Trail invites you to take the time to share a story about East Texas with all of East Texas. The roots of those who live in East Texas run deep and strong. The area is known as the gateway to Texas. Texas heritage and culture are everywhere – from historic downtowns, restore…
The piney woods of East Texas had a profound impact on the art of Russ Havard, born in Lufkin in 1971, who now creates paintings and collages featuring the trees of East Texas as symbols of our inner and outer lives.
COVID-19 is changing how all businesses operate today. Kiepersol is offering unique additions to facilitate guests that want options in this changing environment.
Journalist Mariana Atencio keynotes the East Texas Leadership Summit 2020, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May 20, at Rogers Nursing & Health Science Center at Tyler Junior College.
LMFA's new exhibit features 50 original works by local artists, April 4-June 27, as part of Longview 150, the city’s sesquicentennial celebration.
The Lake Country Symphonic Band in Mineola launches its 2020 season this Sunday, March 15, at 2 p.m. Titled "High Sticking," the concert features the talents of three energetic percussionists on Mark Ford's "Stubernic Fantasy." Written for Eugene Corporon and the band at the University of No…
The Best of the Upper East Side of Texas contest winners have been announced by County Line Magazine - and they include various restaurants to feed those meat and seafood cravings.
The Henderson County Art Club presents their 92nd annual Fine Art Show & Sale April 16-18 upstairs in the Women’s Building at the East Texas Arboretum, 1601 Patterson Rd., Athens. Works of art from local painters, sculptors, and photographers will be on display.
The sixth annual motorized barstool races take place beginning at 2:45 p.m. March 14 in downtown Ben Wheeler during the town’s Saint P’s 279 Street Party.
In late March and early April, the flowering pink and white dogwood trees in East Texas rank among the state’s most beautiful attractions, and now they’re also home to the forest’s tiniest creatures, the fairies.
Denison organizations are promoting the birthplace of the 34th president of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and planning a legacy trip to Washington D.C. with others.
The Van Zandt Arts & Cultural District Foundation presents the second annual Tribute to Townes Van Zandt from 6-8 p.m., Saturday, March 7, 2020, at The Forge Bar & Grill in historic downtown Ben Wheeler.