Contemporary Clogging: Rusk group preserves the art of the dance
Scanning through songs on her laptop computer, instructor Patty Benda calls out titles to her class as she played clips of music for the opening set of a recent clogging session at the Rusk Civic Center.
Make Plans for An Explosive Fourth: Events scheduled all around Cherokee County
Every year families gather together on the Fourth of July to celebrate America’s independence and take part in traditions like fireworks and apple pie. East Texas is no different as several towns have celebrations and events in place that families can share and take part in.
Plenty of Peppers: Stuffed, grilled, baked, fried...try ’em all
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, but I far prefer them stuffed, to be honest.
- Summer Fun: From sports camps to reading challenges, you won’t hear ‘I’m bored’ this summer break
Book brings to life long-forgotten land, towns
As Diane McAdams Gladow's family history comes to life in her book, “A Journey of Voices: Stewards of the Land,” so do the little communities that once existed in southern Cherokee County.
Elevating Art: Artist opens local gallery with eclectic collection
Wander into Arthur Sekula's 421 S. Main St. art gallery, and any number of pieces of work produced by the San Antonio native catch your eye.
These warm months offer a great excuse to fire up the grill and invite the neighbors over. The opportunities are endless when it comes to backyard grilling, so give the burgers a break and serve up a light, fresh and delicious alternative - shrimp.
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