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The Heart of the Matter

SUNDAY February 11, 2024

“Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.”

Jonathan Huie

Find threads of love and forgiveness in art, film, music, nature, and relationships here in this issue along with other topics that help us lead fulfilling lives. — P.A. Geddie

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“Italian Farmyard and House,” by Buck Schiwetz. See works by the late Buck Schiwetz at the Tyler Museum of Art through April 14.
FEATURE

Couple Blends Cultures for Coffee

A little bit of Costa Rica is alive and well in Edom, Texas. Javier and Chere Montero operate 2 Hats Coffee from their East Texas countryside property. They sell coffee beans that are grown on a single-origin fifth-generation farm in Costa Rica. READ MORE.

THIS TIME OF YEAR

Getting to the Heart of the Matter with Don Henley

Don Henley’s “The Heart of the Matter” released in February 1990. Written by Henley, JD Souther, and Mike Campbell, the song has a universal appeal to those who have loved and lost and found their way to moving past the pain. Read about our interview with Don Henley and his Upper East Side of Texas roots in the County Line ARCHIVES.

LIFESTYLE & ENTERTAINMENT

Langston Hughes Project is Presented in Lufkin

Experience the soulful and rhythmic journey of the Langston Hughes Project at 7 p.m. February 15 at The Pines Theater in Lufkin. A member of the Grammy Foundation and music professor at the University of Southern California, Ron McCurdy takes guests on a musical extravaganza through the iconic poet’s life and works, with jazz music, poetry readings, and live performances. READ MORE

ART & CULTURE
Daniel, played by Morgan Freeman, is brought together with Allison, played by Florence Pugh, in the movie, A Good Person.

Broken People Find Forgiveness

Directed by Zach Braff, A Good Person is “a haunting slice of real life that will make you think, feel, and maybe even want to reach out to your loved ones.” (Los Angeles Times)

Allison (Florence Pugh) is a promising young woman with a thriving career, a loving fiancé, and a close-knit circle of family and friends. But her life takes a sudden turn for the worse when she experiences a harrowing tragedy that leaves her battling an addiction to opiates and grappling with unresolved sorrow. LEARN MORE

EXTRA

• BBB Advises on Identifying Artificial Intelligence

• Eclipse Over the Upper East Side of Texas Updates

• We All Belong. Children’s Book

• Northeast Texans Enjoy Hawk Patrol

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