Cotton’s Seafood cookbook memories

Cotton’s Seafood cookbook memories

Sabine Pass is a small, coastal community where people have made their living from the Gulf of Mexico. Jim LaBove has compiled “Cotton’s Seafood,” a lovingly-written Cajun autobiographical cookbook that he also illustrated with drawings of egret, shrimp, crab and...
FeatherFest Field Trip to Port Arthur

FeatherFest Field Trip to Port Arthur

Spring migration stops at Sabine Woods, Sea Rim State Park and McFaddin Wildlife Refuge highlight Glenn Olsen’s FeatherFest field trip the Port Arthur Convention & Visitors Bureau will host from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, April 10. Hampton Inn & Suites is the...
Cajun Heritage Festival, April 8

Cajun Heritage Festival, April 8

A CAJUN HERITAGE FESTIVAL IN PORT ARTHUR APRIL 8, 2017 The Cajun Heritage Fest 2017 (formerly Carnival Des Cajuns) is going to be a rip-roarin’ good time, just like it always has! Back by popular demand, Jamie Bergeron and the Kickin’ Cajuns are returning...
Texas Artists Museum: What a Concept!

Texas Artists Museum: What a Concept!

  The new Concept Gallery has allowed more artists to make the walls at Texas Artists Museum in Port Arthur. “Now more artists have their own space to display art. It gives everybody exposure, and we’re happy about that. The art is for sale,” Nadine Kebodeaux,...
Hands-on Electricty

Hands-on Electricty

Museum of the Gulf Coast will host  “ELECTRICITY,” 16 hands-on electrical experiments on loan from the Franklin Institute, Jan. 21- April 28. Spark your curiosity of the wonders of electricity in this interactive exhibit for all ages.  Use your body to...
Mardi Gras full of concerts

Mardi Gras full of concerts

Plan to catch concerts and a choreographed laser show each night of Mardi Gras of Southeast Texas, Feb. 23-26, in downtown Port Arthur. Graphics, dimensional aerial fans, waves and beam matrix laser effects combine with a musical soundtrack. The Yellowfin Elite...