Entertainment

When Cardinal football was reintroduced in 2010, there was an excitement on campus that hadn’t been felt in a long time. It was a welcome return following two decades without a sport that Southeast Texans eat, sleep and breathe. Now that Big Red pride is back in full force, Lamar University reintroduces another tradition dating back more than half a century — the Homecoming Parade.

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Whether you head down Flint Road off of South Major or take Highway 365, be sure to follow the quiet Labelle Road to great food and wonderful atmosphere. Pine Tree Lodge is a fun, family-friendly place to enjoy from-scratch entrees while relaxing on the water. The restaurant has been many different establishments, from a lodging office to a biker bar.

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As thrill seekers flock to spook houses this October for their fright fix, a local paranormal investigation team explores real haunted locations in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana.

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Don’t miss your chance to hear Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Dave Mason perform two nights at the Dosey Doe near The Woodlands on Wednesday, Oct. 29 and Thursday, Oct. 30.

As the co-founding member of the legendary band Traffic, Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam will take you back in time to perform timeless classic such as “Feelin’ Alright” and “Hole In My Shoe” plus songs from his newest release, Future’s Past.

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The American Cancer Society is calling out to local cowboys and cowgirls to “saddle up” for the much-anticipated annual Southeast Texas Cattle Barons’ Ball, an event that not only features fine cuisine and Grammy Award-winning entertainment, but does so while at the same time investing in the battle against cancer.

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