Logon Cafe

Back when the Logon Café first opened for business, things were different. The process of connecting meant “dialing up” for  5 to 45 minutes.


By Brandi Haskett

By Lauren Dodd

Staff Writers

Owner Ed Grissom says his pub is designed to be a place for people to take a break from the daily grind. “It’s still and always has been, I call it, ‘designed as a diffusion.’ You go out into the world, get stressed out, have anxiety. Isn’t it nice to come into a place and just diffuse?”

Chambers Stevens

Comedian and Emmy nomi­nated actor Chambers Stevens has a file full of anecdotes from 40 years in show business and will premiere his latest one-man show, “Close Encounters of the Celebri­ty Kind,” at the Logon Café in Beaumont on Oct. 18 and 19. Tickets are $15 and available online at www.outsidethebox­beaumont.com.