Entertainment

The West Coast High Tour was announced last September and the time has officially arrived for Cypress Hill and Hollywood Undead to take the stage at the House of Blues in downtown Houston (1204 Caroline) this Sunday, Feb. 24. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets remain on sale with prices starting at $34.50 and can be purchased online by clicking HERE.

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Known for its Cajun flavored menu that features depth and variety as well as classics and standards, Reel Cajun has moved beyond its Port Arthur location and expanded into Lumberton.

Because its current location is so close to a school, Real Cajun Lumberton is BYOB, which allows customers to bring their own beer and wine. However, liquor is prohibited, as are personal coolers, though the Reel Cajun team is happy to provide ice buckets for any diners that need to keep their drinks cold.

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Everything is bigger in Texas. And one of the most highly anticipated yearly events is the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo at NRG Stadium and this year’s entertainment lineup features a fabulous mix of musical genres, which includes country, hip-hop, rock, pop and EDM.

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Beaumont is no stranger to Cajun cuisine. From Sabine Pass to Newton, Southeast Texans are sure to find at least one Cajun eatery available near them. However, in an area where Cajun flavors are so accessible, there are bound to be restaurants that stand above the rest. One of these is Bayou Café. Nestled on Major Drive in Beaumont, this café straight from the bayou, is filled with flavor and personality. From seafood specialties to offbeat offerings this Cajun café is sure to impress. 

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The Weekly Dish is a place to spotlight the best things to eat around Southeast Texas, and 2018 did not disappoint. The delicious eats showcased every week have included tried-and-true standards, totally new concepts and fun takes on classic plates. While all dishes featured are outstanding among Southeast Texas grub, these five dishes are some of our favorites that were featured in 2018.

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