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Juneteenth activities are scheduled this weekend in Longview and around East Texas, marking the date — June 19, 1865 — when news reached Texas that President Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

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JEFFERSON — Dads can grab their children this weekend and hop aboard the Historic Jefferson Railway for a ride on the gas-powered locomotive on a trek along the Big Cypress Bayou.

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As COVID-19 restrictions continue to loosen, Memorial City Hall (MCH) in Marshall is fully opened, preparing to host a number of previously planned and brand new shows in the upcoming season.

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Kilgore Cruise Night draws dozens of classic vehicles downtown each month. The event, which marks its two-year anniversary this month, is set for May 29.

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Melissa McGinnis describes Geekend as a cross between a traditional comic book convention and a street fair: There are panels and cosplayers, but you’ll also see people like the local quilters and the high school marching band.

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In the illuminating, absorbing, deeply troubling documentary “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal,” director Christopher H. Smith tackles a story that became tabloid fodder thanks to some well-known Hollywood players, but that had much deeper implications in terms of priv…

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Philadelphia-based filmmaker Ephraim Asili has been a fixture on the museum and gallery circuit for the past decade with his short films. Now Asili is making his feature-length debut with “The Inheritance,” a wry, earnest, visually striking collection of vignettes set within a fictional inte…