Hearing Implant to Allow Woman to Hear First Musical at the Texas Theatre
PALESTINE- Severely hearing impaired since birth, Sarah Churman had learned to cope in a world where sounds came as white noise or as if they were under water. When Sarah was 29 she received a surgical implant that changed her life. Today she can hear the birds singing, her two daughters playing, and her husband’s snoring. Sarah will soon hear her first live musical at the Historic Texas Theatre on March 22. Sarah, her husband Sloan, and their two daughters will be special guests for the Opening Night performance of “Ghosts the Musical.”
Nacogdoches, Texas- Each spring the Texas Forest Trail Region hosts an educational summit for tourism professionals across East Texas. This year’s conference, April 28-29, is designed to deliver top-notch travel education along with the complete downtown Nacogdoches experience.
This Ain’t Your Mama’s Cornbread!
Jefferson – You haven’t lived, or at least lived like you’re from East Texas, until you have eaten a cornbread sandwich! On our last visit to Jefferson we meandered into Kitt’s Kornbread Sandwich and Pie Bar on North Polk Street. The smell of sweet cornbread was wafting through the air, and the pies in the case looked delightfully tempting.