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SUNDAY June 25, 2023

“My music is about being strong, even in your vulnerability.”

Miranda Lambert

Texas has a long legacy of strong and independent women who began advocating for their right to vote after the Civil War. This issue commemorates Texas’ ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment on June 28, 1919, and nods to some other strong women who show leadership today.

Miranda Lambert is expanding her influence through books and beds. She recently published a new cookbook available at her shop, The Pink Pistol. She also provided inspiration for the design of rooms at the new Springhill Suites in her home town of Lindale.

Rock n’ roll veteran Lucinda Williams is another inspirational leading lady. She recently recovered from a stroke by writing and singing on a new album out June 30. It’s titled Stories from a Rock n Roll Heart — and critics say her voice is just as strong as ever. — Lisa Tang

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Flowers for sale at the Palestine Farmers Market. Photo by Dave Shultz. READ MORE.
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The new Springhill Suites in Lindale has a Miranda Suite sure to please Lambert fans with her signature colors and country decor. Courtesy Photo.

Books And Beds Await Lambert Fans in Lindale

Grammy awards-winning singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert’s fans have long enjoyed visiting her Pink Pistol boutique in Lindale and Red 55 Winery tasting room in The Cannery complex in downtown Lindale. A couple of new additions are sure to have fans enjoying the Miranda Lambert experience there even more.

First, Lambert’s new book is available at The Pink Pistol. In Y’all Eat Yet? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin Kitchen, Lambert shares recipes and stories from times she spent with her mom and her grandma Nonny and their colorful bunch of friends. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR

Texas Senate Ratifies the Nineteenth Amendment

On June 28, 1919, the Texas Senate ratified the national amendment granting women the right to vote. Texas thus became the the ninth in the nation and the first state in the South to ratify the Nineteenth Amendment. READ MORE.

FOOD + DRINK

Fresh Pics From the Historic Longview Farmers’ Market

The region’s farmers’ markets feature a range of fresh and locally produced goods — from fruits, vegetables, and flowers to wines, lotions, soaps, and other handmade goods. Shoppers can also find a variety of breads and pastries, jams and jellies, eggs and meats, nuts and honey, and lotions and salves. READ MORE.

ARTS & CULTURE

Lucinda Williams Releases New Album

Acclaimed pioneering artist Lucinda Williams releases her new album, Stories from a Rock n Roll Heart, on June 30 via Highway 20 Records/Thirty Tigers.

In November 2020, Williams suffered a stroke that partially impaired some of her motor skills on the left side of her body. Through hard work and sheer determination she learned to walk again, but her ability to play the guitar has not yet returned. Despite this setback, the multi-Grammy Award-winner forged on to write this latest album. READ MORE.

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