CJ Johnson

An unforgettable night of magic will be on display in Orange on Thursday, May 4 at Community Church (3400 MLK Dr) as the Kiwanis Club of Orange presents magician CJ Johnson at 7 p.m. Johnson is sure to make the skeptics think twice as he’s been performing for more than 25 years. His performance is engaging for children and entertaining for adults so be sure to arrive early before all the seats disappear. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the door. Refreshments will be available for purchase.

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Karbach Hopadillo

Karbach Brewing Company is hosting a pub crawl on Saturday, April 29 in Beaumont from 2-6 p.m. Pub crawl stops include Thirsty’s (229 Dowlen Rd), MacKenzie’s Pub (229 Dowlen Rd), Bar Local (6358 Phelan Blvd), The Grill (6680 Calder Ave) and The West (6445 Calder Ave). Make sure to visit the Karbach rep at each spot then pick up a commemorative glass at 6 p.m. at The West. Karbach Brewing Co. was founded in 2011 and located on Karbach Street in Houston.

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James Han

Several Lamar Fine Arts events are on the calendar for the end of April including the LU Brass Festival, Mind Garden: Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition and the Spring Choir Concert. 

The LU Brass Festival will be held over three days beginning Thursday, April 27 with the Brass Extravaganza and the Brass Showcase on Friday, April 28, both at 7:30 p.m. in the Rothwell Recital Hall, and the Brass Gala on Saturday, April 29 in the University Theatre at 7:30 p.m. 

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On April 25, at about 6 p.m., Hardin County Sheriff’s Office deputies executed a search warrant in the 3700 block of FM Hwy 770 in Kountze regarding a marijuana investigation, Sheriff Mark Davis said in a release. The warrant was issued by Hardin County Justice of the Peace Melissa Minton.

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A gun-wielding madman capable of massacring students and teachers roaming the halls of a small-town Texas high school isn’t at all the picture painted by the family and counsel of accused mass murder plotter 17-year-old Triston Miller. However, investigators paint a different picture of the suspected would-be shooter and the teen is now banned from the school where he’s been an honor student for years after being arrested on April 18 amid allegations he was planning a “Columbine-style” shooting at the Port Neches-Groves High School.

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