|It’s been a while since I sat down to produce the County Line WEEKLY but while editor Lisa Tang is getting the new eEdition together I thought I’d step in this week. As I write this, many people around the region are cleaning up after a savage storm a few days ago left some of our communities and businesses damaged. I am always so amazed and grateful at the outpouring of assistance from so many to clean up the mess and help their neighbors however they can.
Watching people pull together to get good things done is heartwarming. New dates are already in the works for events that were cancelled. In the meantime it’s not hard to find some other things to make you smile in the always meaningful and entertaining Upper East Side of Texas.
In this issue, read about how Juneteenth got its start and read more in the County Line about how a determined woman helped make it a national holiday. Check out the opportunity to learn about artist Vernon Fisher in a new documentary called Breaking the Code. Have some fun amongst beautiful animals at Cherokee Trace Safari and see how to create magical themed dinners at home.
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For more stories about lifestyle, entertainment, and cultural events in the region visit the County Line eMagazine. Check out the May/June 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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