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Feelin’ Cozy 🏠

SUNDAY May 7, 2023

“Everyone can identify with a fragrant garden, the beauty of sunset, with the quiet of nature, a warm and cozy cottage.”

Thomas Kinkaide

The word “cozy” evokes feelings of comfort and contentment like few other words can. Two entertainment venues in this issue evoke those sentiments.

Jackson’s Theatre in Gladewater was originally named The Cozy Theater due to its intimate size and is now sometimes called Jackson’s Cozy Theatre. Read more below about the venue’s ambitious makeover by owner and namesake Jackson Foltyn.

The Cottage Wine Bar in Nacogdoches also delivers quality on a small scale. P.A. Geddie’s review reminds us how good it can feel to find a cozy corner restaurant and enjoy a quiet dinner. — Lisa Tang

For more stories about lifestyle, entertainment, and cultural events in the region visit the County Line eMagazine. Check out the March/April eEdition for stories and features and visit our calendar and Live Music sections. It’s all online in County Line Magazine.

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“A Ray of Sunshine,” 22 x 30 inches, acrylic collage on paper by Marie Renfro. A solo exhibit of her work titled Fragments of My Life is on display at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts. Visit their website.
FEATURE

Hear Cool Sounds at Live Summer Music Events

Music is always in the air in the Upper East Side of Texas but as summer approaches people really enjoy getting out and about to hear some tunes and area organizers are not letting them down. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR

Jess Sweeten Was a Colorful Lawman

Future Henderson County Sheriff and Athens Mayor Jess Sweeten was born May 7, 1905, in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma). Sweeten moved to Dallas at age 21 and worked for several years before becoming a deputy sheriff. He was elected sheriff of Henderson County in 1932 — the youngest in the state — and served 22 years. READ MORE.

FOOD + DRINK

Enjoy Cozy Cottage and Garden Dining in Nacogdoches

The Cottage Wine Bar is tucked into a neighborhood side street in downtown Nacogdoches. It shares space with House of Photography, which is the first thing guests see when they enter the parking lot that leads to a charming outdoor patio and garden area and cozy indoor seating. READ MORE.

ART & CULTURE

Get Cozy at Jackson’s Theatre in Gladewater

Formerly known as the Cozy Theater in Gladewater, a new owner and extensive renovations have brought an expanded stage, updated equipment and facilities to the theater — and a new name — Jackson’s Theatre.

 

The boutique theater and live music venue was built in 1935 and later hosted live performances by Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Tina Turner, and many others. The venue also hosted the Gladewater Opry in the 1980s and for decades after. READ MORE.

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