Donuts, Kolaches and More: A Breakfast for Kings

Doughnuts have a disputed history. According to Wikipedia, one theory suggests they were invented in North America by Dutch settlers, and in the 19th century, doughnuts were sometimes referred to as one kind of oliekoek (a Dutch word literally meaning … read more


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Johnnie Helm & 3-Tone Sunburst live in concert February 6th

Event proceeds to benefit Rusk’s theater roof fund By Cristin Reece, CCT Publicity VP Come out to the Cherokee Civic Theatre to swing and sway to the sweet, sultry sounds of the South, provided by Johnnie Helm & 3-Tone Sunburst. … read more

Gig Guide

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Saturday, January 23rd – Jacob Johnson at The Old Firehouse

The Old Firehouse is hosting an exciting lineup of Acoustic Music Concerts and Independent Films this month. Music Concerts begin at 7:30pm and doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Old Firehouse is … read more



Movie Review: “Deadpool”

By John Baggett Way back in January, I went to see “The Revenant” at 10:00 am on the Friday the movie opened in wide release. At this early(ish) morning screening, I was in a half packed theater consisting of mainly … read more



Parlez-vous français?

By Gini Rainey Hopefully, some of you realized that I took a break from writing last weekend.  My husband and I took a much needed weekend away, and visited with my cousin and her husband in Richardson, Texas.  We always … read more


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The History of the Azalea Trails: Tyler Prepares for Spring Flowers

By Holli Conley Brisk winter days will soon give way to one of the most beautiful seasons in Tyler: Spring. Spring brings with it an excitement and a lot of events to enjoy. It’s the perfect time of year to … read more



Second annual Senior Artist Showcase comes to the Tyler Senior Center

Seniors, start gathering your artwork! The Tyler Senior Center will be hosting its second annual Senior Artist Showcase on February 10th. Each senior (50 and better) will be allowed to submit two pieces per category: Landscape, Seascape, Wildlife, Portrait, Flora … read more



Cherokee Civic Theatre features 3rd installment of “Smoke on the Mountain”

By Cristin Reece “Smoke on the Mountain” Homecoming hits the Cherokee Civic Theatre’s stage February 20th-21st and 26th-28th. Mount Pleasant Baptist Church welcomes you to bid the Rev. Mervin Oglethorpe and his family happy trails at the next Saturday Night … read more



Texas East Gymnastics: A Family of Fun

By Kelly Griffith-Fields For forty-six years, Texas East Gymnastics has been teaching the fundamentals and honing skills of gymnasts of all ages, from preschool to competitor levels. In their 22,500 square-foot, air conditioned facility banners adorn the wall claiming past … read more



FRESH 15: Encouraging a Healthier Lifestyle

By Holli Conley While spring is always a busy time in Tyler, you might have noticed even more visitors descending on us the past couple of years because of the FRESH 15 – 15K, 5K and 1K, held at FRESH … read more



Check our our Calendar – A Day by Day Guide!

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