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Acura NSX 2018

The 2018 Houston Auto Show is shifting into high gear with over 700,000 square feet of the latest vehicles from the world’s top automakers. This year’s show will feature 800 of the newest model year import and domestic vehicles, concept cars and even classics, along with extreme dirt road kings, modified vehicles and ultra-luxuries on display for you to experience up-close and personal.

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Harvest House Gala 2018

Harvest House is asking you to put on your boots and Western glamour for the second annual “Under the Texas Stars” Gala on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at the Compro Event Center in Beaumont.

Tickets are $75, and tables of 10 are $1,000 with all proceeds used to invest in a safe house and aftercare programs for adolescent victims of sex trafficking. Approximately 79,000 minors and youth are victims of sex trafficking in Texas

Harvest House is a Christ-based nonprofit 501(c)3 organization founded to respond to the heart breaking epidemic of child sex trafficking.

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Officer Bryan Hebert

With a style probably best described as “Mardi Gras” and a sound that’s nothing if not eclectic and cool, New Orleans “super pop” group Bag of Donuts will headline the annual Officer Bryan Hebert Memorial Foundation concert at the IBEW Local Union 479 hall at 1430 Spindletop Ave. in Beaumont on Saturday, Jan. 27, beginning at 6 p.m.

Rounding out the night of special performances, the stage will also boast crowd favorites Spencer Marks, Jimmy Kaiser and Lee Pelly.

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Jake Worthington

Jake Worthington, runner-up of Season 6 of NBC’s hit singing competition The Voice, returns to Southeast Texas and this time will perform at Charlie’s Bar & Grill in Winnie on Friday, Jan. 26, at 9 p.m. Worthington, from La Porte, opened up a lot of eyes in 2014 when country singer Blake Shelton picked Jake to be on his team during that season of The Voice.

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T.G Sheppard

It’s a night of classic country as T.G. Sheppard performs at Honky Tonk Texas in Silsbee on Saturday, Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. Sheppard, now 73, saw 21 of his songs go No. 1 including 14 between 1974-86 and eight consecutive between 1980-82.

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