Imagine dining on a terrace with a view of a relaxing sunset. People are walking, sailing, or biking along a shimmering lake. The air is fresh and liberating.
Cas Haley makes great music look easy. He sings joyfully and dances on stage and in videos, igniting the world with hope.
Kris Hunt tells stories inspired by his colorful upbringing in the Upper East Side of Texas. He’s committed to changing long-outdated stereotypes of Southerners as rednecks, hicks, and hillbillies.
The city of Corsicana extends its hospitality through a unique group of ambassadors who stand throughout the town on street corners and in front of key buildings and memorials — permanently.
March is Women’s History Month, a time dedicated to reflect on the often-overlooked contributions of women to history, culture, and society.
Actor and entrepreneur Rob Gough of DOPE streetwear fame surprised the world of sports memorabilia collectors in January when he paid $5.2 million — the highest ever — for a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card.
American concert pianist, music professor, and fashion model Lois Towles Caesar was born in Texarkana April 4, 1912. She obtained a degree at Wiley College, Marshall, in 1933, and then studied at Julliard School of Music in New York.
For those who enjoy a good cold beer, add these breweries in the region to your bucket list.
In honor of National Speech and Debate Education Day March 5, we pay tribute to The Great Debaters of Wiley College in Marshall, Texas. They gained national recognition when history was made April 2, 1935, as they defeated the top-ranked University of Southern California debate team.
A Texas Snowball, a Thingamajig, and a Little Pud are just a few of the sweets known far and wide produced by Mary of Puddin Hill. But it is another treat that started it all and a recent turn of events that brings this famous fruitcake story full circle.
The small, but mighty, town of Winnsboro, Texas, always seems to have so many good things going on. Much of that has to do with the fact that its foundation is centered around food and art.
Fine dining in Palestine, Texas, is now even more special at the Queen St Grille where guests enjoy American cuisine with sophisticated local flavor and exquisite decor. Few restaurants in the region can rival the quality of the Grille’s upscale fare and refined historic atmosphere.
On Saturday, February 6, 2021, Kids' Trout Fishing Day takes place at Bridge Bob's Pond in the Mineola Nature Preserve. The event is sponsored by Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, the City of Mineola, local merchants, civic organizations, and many individual contributors. It takes place…
The Tyler Museum of Art is showcasing the art of Lee Jamison through March of 2021 in an exhibit titled “Ode to East Texas: Paintings by Lee Jamison.”
In 2013 Friends of Rains County Public Library decided to engage talented teens from local area high schools to compete in an art competition. Convincing high school art instructors to rouse their teenage students to participate and get involved in an artistic competition was not an easy tas…
Folklorist and historian Jovita González de Mireles served as president of the Texas Folklore Society in Nacogdoches, from 1930-1932. She was born January 18, 1904, on her grandfather's ranch near Roma, in South Texas.
On January 17, 1940, the Southland Paper Mill company opened its first plant in Lufkin, Texas, drawing from the Piney Woods for southern yellow pine. Lufkin was an ideal location because of its access to wood, water, fuel, and transportation.
One good thing to come out of the pandemic is it left entrepreneur Vic Clark with a lot of time on his hands.
With dozens of international performances, soundtracks, and recordings behind them, the Wiley College A Cappella Choir is continues its 123-year tradition as a premiere musical and artistic force in Marshall, Texas, and beyond.
Sulphur Springs’ Celebration Dining District — where American and international flavors and beverages are all within a short walking distance — is an ideal location for a foodie tour. Visit these culinary standouts to sample some of the best cuisine in the Celebration City, or plan your own …
A historical treasure awaits visitors to Henderson, Texas, at the 1855 Howard-Dickinson House Museum at 501 South Main Street. The house bears the names of the two families who lived there during its 165-year history, the Howard family from 1855 to 1905 and the Dickinson family from 1905 to 1950.
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