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This second feature from the “Scrubs” guy show more depth than his first attempt, “Garden State,” which is an improvement — but there is room for more. Zach Braff, who wrote this script with his brother Adam, also directs and stars in this as Aidan Bloom, an out-of-work actor married with two children. His wife, Sarah (Kate Hudson), works at a menial city job so Aidan can continue to pursue his dream of acting, but his last job was a dandruff commercial months ago, and the future is not looking good.

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Five performances are left for the Tony Award-winning musical The Producers at Lamar State College-Port Arthur, in conjunction with Port Arthur Little Theatre. Dates for this sly and hilarious musical are July 25-26 and Aug. 1-2 at 7:30 p.m., and July 27 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and students at other schools. LSC-PA students, faculty and staff are admitted free. Tickets may be purchased at the door, and credit cards will be accepted.

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photo by Kevin King

The city of Beaumont has an exciting string of downtown events planned for the second half of the summer featuring a variety of music in both modern and historic venues alike.

For movie lovers who have not yet visited the Jefferson Theatre at 345 Fannin St., now is the opportunity to catch some classic movies in a beautiful and historic setting as the city presents Movie Night at the Jefferson Theatre.

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Gulliver

Gulliver is quite a captivating fellow! He is a 4-year old, 36-pound Australian shepherd/collie mix. He will be a smart, loyal, highly trainable dog and a perfect family guy. Gulliver is a medium size dog, making him a perfect fit for your home. Volunteers rescued Gulliver from a local pound, not from the Lilliputians! No one knows anything of Gulliver’s travels, but what is known is that you will want to travel over to the shelter to visit him soon!

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The Lutcher Theater has experienced much in its 35-year-history — hurricanes, recessions, a change in direction from more traditional opera and symphony shows to Broadway-style productions. Not only has the non-profit professional performing arts theater endured these challenges, but it has also evolved into one of the most respected venues in the area, offering high-class entertainment one might expect to see in Houston, Dallas and other major U.S. cities.

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