Galveston Island, Texas– In Victorian Galveston, calling was a ritualized way of visiting friends, navigating society, sending sentiments, and carrying out all communications necessary for a successful social life. A person who didn’t participate or observe the strict rules of calling ran the risk of being categorized as “ill bred,” the ultimate Victorian insult.
Palestine, Texas- The sound of jazz and the tastes of New Orleans return to the Main Street District on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. during A Taste of New Orleans.
By Dana Goolsby
Grapeland, Texas- If you like your home-style cooking with a side of history, then you will love the Cafe and Creamery in the Queen City of the Sand Flats. Once a dry goods, grocery and furniture store, today the Cafe and Creamery is serving up groceries, rather than supplying them.
Palestine, Texas- Friday, January 23, really will be Friday-Pie-Day! National Pie Day, though an unofficial national holiday, is “As American As Apple Pie!” Luckily, the perfect place to celebrate National Pie Day is located in East Texas!
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