“Once the owners figured out they weren’t the only ones experiencing things, everyone wanted to tell their story,” says Debbie Jasek, co-founder of the Ghost Tours in Downtown Bryan.
Art Never Tasted So Good
From artisticly embellished lattes to colorful macaroons, the culinary geniuses at 1541 Coffee & Pastries are sure to delight your taste buds with a host of confectionary bliss.
Todd Staples, Texas commissioner of agricultures, Andrea French, executive director of Transportation Advocacy Group (TAG)-Houston Region, Michael Parks, the assistant executive director of the Brazos Valley Council of Governments, and Brad McCaleb, the executive director of the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization joined together to speak at a forum encouraging the passing of Proposition 1.
The George Bush Presidential Library Foundation will host a special screening of 41ON41 at the Rudder Theatre Complex on the Texas A&M University campus on October 29, at 6:00pm.
Pumpkin purveyors have reason for grins as wide as those of jack-o’-lanterns this time of year. Pumpkin products are proliferating for autumn — and not just for standard pies, breads and Halloween décor, but also for whimsical goodies that may not live up to the pumpkin’s healthy reputation.
The City of Bryan has announced a partnership with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer the National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program to homeowners. The NLC Service Line Warranty Program offers voluntary warranty protection at an affordable price for water lines in the event of a failure.
To clear thousands of outstanding warrants totaling millions of dollars from the City of College Station and Brazos County, the fall warrant amnesty period has begun and runs through October 31.
Throughout the world, the Rotary Club places a great emphasis on education, ethical behavior and the development of leadership skills for youth.
MonuMetal, an event organized by the Downtown Bryan Association, is a finalist in the Best Promotional Event category of the 2014 Texas Downtown Association (TDA) Presidents Awards Program.
Downtown Bryan has become a haven for art and artists of all styles. Even so, there was not a space where artists could create, learn new artistic techniques and skills, frame their work, and just mingle with other artists. Four women came together to change that.
“We’re not grown up, but we are starting to mature a bit,” jabs Ted Lowe, Texas A&M University Class of ’58. Sitting comfortably across from his friend Jimmy Tyree, Texas A&M Class of ’54, in the library of Arbor Oaks at Crestview in Bryan the men effortlessly begin their banter.
There’s a misconception that all soldiers who return from war suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, but Chris Thompson of Team Red, White and Blue says this is not the case.
Dr. Marcelo Bussiki is a musician, conductor, educator, and musical director of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra. The acclaimed conductor is also the equivalent of a Brazilian knight after being bestowed with the title of “Oficial,” the highest honor Brazil’s executive power confer upon an artist.
Traveling by bicycle across the United States may seem like an unattainable quest, but for Kathy Langlotz and Deb Barton of College Station, it was an exciting adventure waiting to unfold.
If walls could talk, the Horlock House would have more than 100 years of stories to share. Generations have walked across the wide-beam hardwood floors and the arched windows have witnessed decades of change in Navasota.
Made up of 1,000 U.S. flags planted in a grid pattern in Veteran’s Park, the Field of Valor honors veterans, active duty soldiers, and local first responders while serving to educate local students about service to our country.