Bishop Curtis Guillory

Bishop Curtis Guillory of the Beaumont Diocese released a statement Thursday, June 21. The statement reads:

“My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

“An estimated 2,600 children have now been separated from their parents at the Texas/Mexico border. I am encouraged that the President has signed an executive order to end this practice that had been part of the Administration’s zero tolerance policy. 

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Kendrick Malbrough and Jaquavian Mayberry

Two Beaumont men, 22-year-old Kendrick Malbrough and 19-year-old Jaquavian Mayberry, were arrested on multiple charges in Beaumont on Wednesday, June 13.

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Madison’s on Dowlen in Beaumont will host the return of Podunk along with special guests Six String Mafia and Curse & The Cure on Saturday, June 16, at 8 p.m. Tickets for the show are $10 for general admission and $13 for reserved. They can be purchased at the venue or by calling (409) 924-9777. Music fans should instantly know the name Podunk. They formed in 1992, and members include Jason Touchette (guitar, lead vocals), Duncan Isenhower (guitar, vocals), Paul Soroski (bass) and Brian Hays (drums).

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Those looking for a quick getaway this weekend in Houston can attend the charming, romantic musical Daddy Long Legs at Main Street Theater on June 14-17. Daddy Long Legs is based on the classic novel by Jean Webster and featuring music and lyrics by Tony Award-nominated composer/lyricist, Paul Gordon (Jane Eyre), and Tony-winning librettist/director, John Caird (Les Misérables).

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Get up close and personal with the Houston Astros at their annual Picnic in the Park on Sunday, June 24. Picnic In The Park will feature an picnic buffet on the Minute Maid Park outfield, a 45-minute autograph session with Astros players and more family friendly activities, following the Astros 1:10 p.m. game against the Kansas City Royals. All proceeds of this charitable fundraiser will benefit the Astros Foundation’s cornerstone youth baseball and softball programs in the Greater Houston area.

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