In This Issue

Dance instructor Amy Elizabeth discusses the challenges and chances she has encountered with her dance company. We explore two historic restorations, one in Beaumont and one in Orange, Texas. You’ll find updates on local festivals and we revisit the Texas Artists Museum to see how they’ve fared since last we spoke with them.

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Table of Contents

When Amy Elizabeth returned to Southeast Texas, she brought her dance company with her. But with so many companies already in the area, what does Aimed Dance have to offer? Read about Aimed Dance >

Robert W. Sanders was a man who knew what he wanted, so when he planned the look of his Queen Anne style house he took on the detailing work himself. Now the Sanders-McNeil House is the last of its kind in downtown Beaumont. Read about the Sanders-McNeil House >

The silence at the depot was long but temporary. There’s a new schedule at the station, and there’s a seat saved for you history buffs. Read about the Orange Train Depot >

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Museum Momentum

The Texas Artists Museum continues its recovery with a show from its permanent collection and plans for further restoration.

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