Brazos Valley Events

November 3, 2014

Men With Six Packs

“We don’t take ourselves too seriously – we take the beer making seriously,” says Josh Bass. Surrounded by stacks of kegs, fluorescent lights reflecting off of the row of silver fermenters, Bass sits comfortably in Brazos Valley Brewery’s 7700 square feet. “I fell into it because it was fun,” says Bass.
October 27, 2014

Educational Walk in the Forest

Getting kids outdoors and actively engaged in learning is a tough task in a day where TV and video games seem to come first. But that is exactly what Project Learning Tree’s Walk in the Forest aims to do—starting with teachers.
October 21, 2014

Haunted History: Downtown Bryan Ghost Tours

“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.
October 20, 2014

Documentary about President George H. W. Bush

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.
October 14, 2014

Warrant Amnesty Roundup

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.
October 7, 2014

MonuMetal Event: State Award Finalist

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.
October 6, 2014

Feeling at Home after Coming Home

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.
October 6, 2014

Educating Artists: Dr. Marcelo Bussiki

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.
October 6, 2014

Daniel Gonzales

The mid-morning sun shines into the windows of The Village Cafe, outlining a tall figure. Daniel Gonzales waves at an employee as he sits, his long fingers, callused from hours of playing guitar, wrapped around an iced coffee.
September 30, 2014

Insite Magazine & Art979 Launch Party

Insite Magazine and Art979 will host the October launch party at the new Parker Astin Arts Center in Downtown Bryan, October 2, at 5pm.