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Truth in Fiction 📚

SUNDAY July 24, 2022

“Truth is so hard to tell; it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.”

Francis Bacon

They say a little imagination goes a long way and there’s certainly nothing wrong with adding a little fun to spice up life. Our feature on island cuisine offers music, recipes, and other ideas so everyone can enjoy an island vacation at home.

Heather Little writes songs for other recording artists and is sharing her imaginative storytelling style of music in Winnsboro July 23. There’s a lot of raw feeling in her lyrics which tell stories that relate to us all. Read more below about Little’s performance in Arts & Culture.

Thank you for taking a step outside the everyday as you explore stories in this issue of the WEEKLY. Check out more articles in the County Line eMagazine

and visit our calendar for the latest events, exhibits, and shows in the region. — Lisa Tang

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“Outside” 36 x 60 inches acrylic on canvas by Ray-Mel Cornelius at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. See an exhibit of his work at Winnsboro Center for the Arts. READ MORE.
FEATURE

Create an Instant Tropical Vacation at Home

The search for “hot fun in the summer time” has most everyone looking for ways to relax and get away from heavy responsibilities for a while. When travel is not in the budget or time schedule, a little creativity goes a long way for an instant tropical vacation at home. Try out these island inspired recipes by Katie-Rose Watson for a break from the every day. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR
Charlie Christian Jazzed Up the Electric Guitar

In his short lifetime Charlie Christian played with the Benny Goodman band and became an electric guitar master, all before the age of 25. Charles Henry “Charlie” Christian was born July 29, 1916, in Bonham, Texas. He grew up in a musical household and was taught to play the guitar by his father Clarence. READ MORE.

LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT
See Pollinators at Heard Museum’s Butterfly House

Visitors to the Native Texas Butterfly House and Garden at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney can walk among flying native butterflies and other pollinators. Guests can view butterflies up close while learning about their life stages. READ MORE.

ART & CULTURE

Bowery Stage Welcomes Heather Little

Heather Little brings her award winning song-craft accompanied by her guitar and superb vocals to The Bowery Stage at Winnsboro Center for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. on July 23. Her touching music bleeds life, passion, and heartache with seemingly little effort. Her songs palpate with raw emotion. READ MORE.

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