In commemoration of Black History Month, the Beaumont Art League is asking artists to participate in an exhibit of unity and expression, crossing cultural barriers through art. The concept behind “United We Stand: The Artists Perspective” is to create a powerful community exhibit of artwork by our diverse network of talented artists that celebrates the contributions of African-Americans in art, history, and culture. Participating artist entry fees are $15 for members and $25 for non-members.

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John Comeaux, a  freshman guard at Lamar State College Port Arthur

John Comeaux, a freshman guard at Lamar State College Port Arthur, was named the NJCAA Division I Player of the Week on Jan. 11.

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Wreck It Room co-owner Lance Killian (pictured) says he and fellow owner Paul Ba

Remember that scene in “Office Space” where Peter, Samir and Michael take out their frustrations on a fax machine with a baseball bat? Wouldn’t it be cool if you could actually do that in real life without getting fired for it? Well, now you can.

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Devise your disguise and make plans to attend the most spectacular party of the year. The Art Studio Inc. will host the Surrealist Beaux Arts Ball, a live art exhibition/fundraiser Jan. 21, to support its art education programs, encourage membership and celebrate the accomplishments of tenants and local artists.

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After multiple financial audits that analysts had to qualify with exceptions, the Beaumont Independent School District is being presented the first “unqualified audit” of its finances since Texas Education Agency Commissioner Michael Williams ousted the elected Board of Trustees amid allegations of gross mismanagement and installed a Board of Managers to oversee BISD’s affairs in July 2014.

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