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Here Comes the Sun

SUNDAY February 4, 2024

“Cause the sky has finally opened

The rain and wind stopped blowin’

But you’re stuck out in the same ol’ storm again

Let go of your umbrella

‘Cause, darlin’, I’m just tryin’ to tell ya

That there’s always been a rainbow

Hangin’ over your head.”

Kacey Musgraves, Shane McAnally, Natalie Hemby

Much-needed sunshine brightened more than a few of our days this past week. We still have a bit of winter to get through but the promise of spring is in the air. Take a look at the art, music, garden destination, history, and other topics here in this issue that bring sunshine even on cloudy days. — P.A. Geddie

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The artwork of Du Chau is featured in an exhibition titled “The Silence that Speaks” through February 22 at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Learn more about this exhibition and many others around the Upper East Side of Texas in the County Line CALENDAR.

 

FEATURE

Millions of Daffodils Signal Spring is On Its Way

A sea of daffodils will disturb the winter drabness sometime soon at Mrs. Lee’s Daffodil Garden near Gladewater. They come each year in February and last until sometime in March. Caretakers say there are millions of daffodils scattered over approximately 28 acres. The garden is open seven days a week from 10 am to 4 pm. through March or until the blooms fade. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR

Let Go of Your Umbrella

Why we need a National Umbrella Day every February 10 is a mystery but it’s a good excuse to check out this video with Kacey Musgraves performing her hit song “Rainbow.” We’re cheering Kacey on tonight at the Grammy Awards as she’s got a couple of nominations for her co-write with Zach Bryan, “I Remember Everything.”

LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT

Learn About Texas History in Jacksonville Museum

The Vanishing Texana Museum in Jacksonville contains a display of artifacts representing the history of Texas and Cherokee County. Included in the display are Native American relics, farm equipment, photographs, guns, dolls, typewriters, and many other items of interest, including a “madstone” which is said to heal by drawing poison out of bites and wounds. Photo by Lisa Tang. READ MORE

ART & CULTURE

Bluegrass Beatles Perform in Mount Pleasant

Listen to “Here Comes the Son” above performed by Sgt. Peppers Lonely Bluegrass Band and see them live Friday, February 9 at the Whatley Center on the North Texas Community College campus near Mount Pleasant. LEARN MORE

EXTRA

• Cinema Therapy

• Eclipse Over the Upper East Side of Texas Updates

• Recipe: Easy Italian Cappuccino

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