Chad Cooper

If you haven’t heard by now, Warehouse Live will host a night of electric dance music that shook the world in the early 90s featuring performances by Anything Box, T42 and Rob Rowe of Cause & Effect.

Tickets for this all ages show are $40 and can be purchased online at warehouselive.com. VIP tickets are $75 (check for availability). Doors open at 8 p.m.

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Two of the biggest names in the metal rock world have joined together for a co-headlining Return of the Dreads summer tour with legendary acts Korn and Rob Zombie, along with special guest In This Moment. The show plays the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavil­ion on Wednesday, Aug. 3, with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.

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The Examiner Publisher Don Dodd, Supervising Editor Jennifer Johnson, City Edito

The Examiner received multiple honors at the 25th annual Press Club of Southeast Texas Excellence in Media Awards, held Friday, June 10, at the MCM Eleganté Hotel and Conference Center in Beaumont.

In addition to winning first place in Overall Excellence and best Website News, Examiner staff won individual honors across several categories.

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The Big Bopper Burger, onion rings, and a root beer float

When Bruce Self was a boy, he often visited his favorite drive-in burger joint on Texas Avenue in Bridge City to grab some hand-battered, crispy-coated onion rings.

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Both Sam Stabler and Mittu Hukka downed league records, claimed individual championships and led the Lamar cross country teams to a sweep of the 2014 Southland Conference Cross Championships for the second straight year on Nov. 3 at the Walter P. Ledet Track Complex in Natchitoches, La.

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Lamar sophomore Nikita Lis had to fight his way through a couple of three-set matches to earn a berth in the Cardinals’ Ron Wesbrooks Flight One Singles Championship against Texas-Pan American’s Juan Cruz-Soria.

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The new black-painted helmets didn’t help Lamar against Sam Houston State as the Cardinals were blown out at home in their Southland Conference opener by the score of 42-10 in front of announced crowd of 9,308.

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Castino

Little Cypress Mauriceville High School’s Vicki Castino was named the Golf Coach of the Year by the Texas Girls Coaches Association in Arlington earlier this summer. Castino has been head girls’ coach at LC-M for 20 years, and during that span, her teams have won the District title 12 times, been a regional qualifier 16 times and reached the state tournament once.

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It was a good week for Lamar athletes as senior Leigh Lattimore was named the Southland Conference Women’s Cross-Country Athlete of the Week, and seniors Kimmy Albeno and Bailey Fontenot swept the SLC Soccer Players of the Week.

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Woodard

It’s a pretty common occurrence in college football — schedule teams that you know you can beat. They all do it, year in and year out. But many teams have that luxury.

Take, for instance, Texas A&M. The Aggies play in arguably the toughest conference in all of football — the Southeastern Conference. So their non-conference schedule this season includes Lamar, Rice, SMU and University of Louisiana-Monroe. The reason is because their conference schedule includes LSU, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State, Missouri and Ole Miss.

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