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SUNDAY September 18, 2022

“It’s always cool to meet people who can do things that

you have no capacity to do.”

Comedian Kevin James

Inspiration for making a positive impact often comes from people who take a new approach. One story in this issue describes a striking new mural in Mineola that promotes unity and solidarity.

Equally encouraging is the story about Mount Vernon Music’s new season, which opens Sunday, September 25. The first performance titled “Mixed Doubles,” features live music by two couples from the Dallas area similar to MVM founders Mark and Ute Miller. The Millers traveled the world before taking on the mission to support music in our rural region. Read more about their mission HERE and about their upcoming programs in this issue.

The County Line eMagazine and the September/October eEdition offer many more inspirational stories and good news about events around the Upper East Side of Texas. Check out our calendar and Live Music sections for other great cultural events in the region. — Lisa Tang

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Fired ceramic platter by potter Randy Brodnax. See him demonstrate his art at the 50th Annual Edom Art Festival October 8-9. READ MORE.
FEATURE

Mount Vernon Music Opens New Season With A Bang

Mount Vernon Music Association opens its 17th season with a concert featuring two percussionists and their musician wives. “Mixed Doubles” occurs at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 25, at Mount Vernon Music Hall. “The Golden Twenties” concert follows at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, October 16. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR
Brookshire Brothers Celebrates 101st Year

It’s now been 101 years since brothers Austin and Tom Brookshire opened the first Brookshire Brothers grocery store in Lufkin, Texas, on September 21, 1921. They wanted a regional presence and so they grew to operating 33 grocery stores in East Texas and are still growing strong. READ MORE.

LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT

‘King of Queens’ Comes to Longview

King of Queens star Kevin James joins the Belcher Center’s 2022-2023 Live Events Lineup at 7 p.m., Thursday, September 22, in a live comedy performance. James starred, co-wrote, and produced King for nine seasons on CBS from 1998 to 2007 when he was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. READ MORE.

ART & CULTURE

Mineola Mural Shows Solidarity

A new mural recently dedicated in Mineola shows symbols of unity and working together to overcome adversity. The mural’s theme is solidarity and features the proverb, “In unity there is strength.” READ MORE.

NEW THIS WEEK

• Garland Civic Theatre Presents ‘Carnival!’

• New Western Extols Legendary Lawman Bass Reeves

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