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...
Sabine Pass Lighthouse

Sabine Pass Lighthouse

Texas Highways, the Travel Magazine of Texas, features the Sabine Pass Lighthouse, which the U.S. Navy built in 1857 to protect major ports. Laurence and Patricia Parent wrote in “Sentinels of the Sea” and Laurence Parent photographed lighthouses in Texas....
We “shore do” love fishing at Sea Rim!

We “shore do” love fishing at Sea Rim!

    How about a beach trip and free fishing advice? Get out to Port Arthur and Sea Rim State Park on March 11 and learn how to get your catch from the Gulf of Mexico. Sea Rim will present a shore fishing clinic from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 11, on the East...
Paddling Port Arthur by kayak

Paddling Port Arthur by kayak

Dave Roberts, owner of TexasKayakChronicles.com, has provided a guest blog on why he loves paddling Port Arthur waters. He is a contributor to “Texas Saltwater Magazine” and “The Local” at Bolivar Peninsula. Thanks, Dave! * * * Without a doubt Texas is one of the most...