Goo Goo Dolls

Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated band Goo Goo Dolls will hit the road this fall for their second headline run in support of their latest release Boxes featuring support from SafetySuit. The tour kicks off Oct. 26 in Boise, Idaho, and will run through December, including a Dec. 4 appearance in Beaumont at the Jefferson Theatre. Tickets and more information are available at googoodolls.com/tour.

Yoakum and Frehley

“Beaumont is not boring,” insists City of Beaumont event facility coordinator Lenny Caballero. Just this year, facilities in downtown Beaumont have hosted concerts such as the Beach Boys, Pat Benatar and Jerry Lee Lewis, and just last week, Clint Black performed to a capacity crowd at the Julie Rogers Theatre and Bobby Bones performed Aug.


Hello, friends! My name is Dunkin, and I am a goofy, playful young male Great Dane mix. I have big feet and a bigger heart. I already weigh 60 pounds, and I’m still getting bigger. I can’t wait to find a family that will love me from my nose to my toes! Dunkin No. 26951

Liz the bloodhound

The Beaumont Police Department invites everyone to attend its annual Cops & Kids Carnival on Saturday, Aug. 20, at the Beaumont Civic Center (701 Main St) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The annual event offers enjoyment for children of all ages, and gives local youth the opportunity to get to know and interact with the officers who work tirelessly to ensure the safety of the community, all in a fun, stress-free environment.

“Suicide Squad”

After seeing the German athletes’ team uniforms last Friday night at the opening ceremony for the Summer Olympics, I had serious doubts there could be anything as dismal and sad. That was until “Suicide Squad” premiered. Surely the powers behind this epic misfire must have known what a hard sell it would be. Why else would they schedule it against the first weekend of the Olympic Games? But they get the last laugh because, despite the critical hits, this earned over $100 million in its first weekend.