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Charcoal Alley: Jacksonville’s Food Truck Court

Written and Photographed by Barbara King By sheer grit and determination, Jacksonville native Emily Griffin has built a flourishing dream literally out of ashes. Charcoal Alley, in downtown Jacksonville, East Texas’s first mobile food truck park takes center stage where … read more



Lake Palestine Resort Hosts Live Music Every Weekend This Summer

Held every weekend, Lake Palestine Resort, located at 8900 Ruby Lane, Frankston, TX  75763 will host live music all summer. This is free to attend and there is no cover charge.  These fun nights are family friendly and there is restaurant-style seating … read more



Movie Review: “The Huntsman: Winter’s War”

By John Baggett I’m sure if I were to poll ten random people about 2012’s “Snow White and the Huntsman,” all that about half of them would be able say would be, “Wasn’t that the movie where K. Stew cheated … read more



Any Last Words?

By Gini Rainey Don’t you just love all of the surveys, quizzes, etc., that keep popping up on social media sites?  And, if taking one isn’t enough, they seem to lead to a rabbit hole that you can get lost … read more


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The T-Bone Walker Blues Festival June 3rd-4th

The T-Bone Walker Blues Festival is held June 3-4 at Maude Cobb Convention Center in Longview, Texas. To purchase tickets, visit the festival website at The production will feature headliners Keb’ Mo’, Eric Gales, and Danny Marks, plus 16 … read more



Inside the Artist’s Studio: Steampunk – Amanda Hatfield

“I don’t know, but I been told, a squid headed woman ain’t got no soul.” By Derrick White defines Steampunk as “a science fiction, or fantasy, subgenre incorporating technology and aesthetic design inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. Steampunk … read more



“Bodies Human: Anatomy in Motion” at DSP Thru September 4th

The Discovery Science Place is excited to open its latest exhibit, “Bodies Human.” Humans are unique and complex machines which have the ability to move, think, manipulate objects, build and repair themselves, grow and even reproduce to make more human … read more

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Former Commissioner of Education to Speak at UT Tyler Commencement

Dr. Shirley J. Richardson, former Texas commissioner of education, will deliver the commencement address for the Colleges of Business and Technology, Education and Psychology and Engineering at The University of Texas at Tyler, President Rodney H. Mabry announced. More than … read more