Big League Productions presents the award-winning comic sensation The Producers on Friday, Jan. 15, at the Lutcher Theater (707 Main Ave) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $65-$45 and can be purchased at the Lutcher box office or online at lutcher.org.

The Producers took Broadway by storm in 2001 and went on to win a record-breaking 12 Tony Awards and three Olivier Awards.

So what is all the fuss about?

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Prosecutors were seeking the forfeiture of Briscoe’s Jasper home.

In March 2015, The Examiner first detailed charges filed against a Southeast Texas tax preparer in federal court alleging he fraudulently filed tax returns with the IRS claiming education credits for inmates of the Jefferson County Jail for at least three years before his scheme against taxpayers was brought to light.

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Tyseski Ardoin

Former Beaumont Independent School District special education teacher and Central High School assistant coach Tyseski Ardoin pleaded guilty to engaging in an improper relationship with a student in Jefferson County Jud

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Beef fajitas

In Southeast Texas, there is no shortage of options to satisfy a salsa craving if you have a hankering for Mexican food. Carlito’s Mexican Restaurant, located at 890 Amarillo St. and facing College Street, is one of Beaumont’s best options for a quick, filling lunch at a great price — and has been for two decades.

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Freeheld

In a year when gay issues have been at the forefront, coincidentally there were at least four movies released in 2015 dealing with issues relating to gay rights. “Freeheld,” with Julianne Moore and Ellen Page playing a real life lesbian couple who fought for partner benefits, never achieved much buzz. “Stonewall,” the Roland Emmerich movie about the eponymous riot that sparked the gay rights movement, barely made it into theaters.

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