April 2, 2013

Ride-along with the Bryan Police via Twitter Thursday

Do you want to spend this Thursday evening patrolling the streets with an Officer from the Bryan Police Department? If you’re on Twitter, you can. 


March 27, 2013

Say ‘Howdy’ to a Fresh Share of Farm Produce


Howdy Farm is now accepting applications for the Spring CSA program. Apply now through March 29 by noon

March 26, 2013

8th Annual Magnolia Tea Luncheon

Texas A&M HSC College of Medicine is hosting the 8th annual Magnolia Tea luncheon to benefit women’s health research. The Magnolia Tea originally started as a community outreach for women in the Brazos Valley and was so popular and successful that it became an annual event.
March 25, 2013

Freedom Roof Project Block Party Celebration

Freedom Roof Project presented by America’s Choice Roofing is hosting the “Block Party Celebration and Installation” on Saturday, March 30
March 20, 2013

Imani-Africa Launches Women’s Empowerment Program

Imani was founded in 2011 in Bryan. A faith-based organization designed to compliment existing organizations, Imani helps families develop a better future
March 20, 2013

Tonight thru Friday: Ann Callaway at Miramont for MSC OPAS

Singing the Streisand Songbook tonight through Friday at Miramont Country Club, Platinum Award Winning singer-songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway
March 20, 2013

Wounded Veteran Given New Home in Aggieland

Stepping into a newly built home puts a smile on any homeowner’s face.  It’s an exciting experience to step across the threshold and know you are home.
March 19, 2013

Forsyth Brown Bag Lunch & Lecture: Taking a Field Trip!

If you’re planning to attend the Forsyth’s Brown Bag Lunch & Lecture Thursday, March 21st, please make note that it will NOT be held in the MSC on Texas A&M University Campus
March 18, 2013

Health & Beauty

Bikini ready, ladies? No?  

So, bros…you a Speedo pro? No?

There’s lots of ways to get healthy and hot for spring. Just for you guys, we went and found 6 Springy Health & Beauty Preps.

March 18, 2013

Must Shop: Brazos Valley Symphony Premiere Market

Everything from Easter and Mother’s Day gift to graduation and distinctive remembrances suitable all year long will be shop-ready as the Brazos Valley Symphony Society prepares a singular shopping experience for Bryan/College Station dwellers.
March 18, 2013

Annual Woman’s Club House & Garden Tour

The Woman’s Club of Bryan will host its annual House and Garden Tour in April. The service organization’s signature fundraiser provides outreach within the community.
March 18, 2013

Publisher’s Desk

Spring is the easy season, sort of the middle child of seasons. Nobody likes bossy winter – put on your coat! Only lizards and beach weekenders really like the moist miasma that passes for most of our local summer. Spring: butterflies; new growth, anticipation of summer. It’s almost a stacked deck. 
March 14, 2013

My Wedding. My Way.

Brittany Warren’s wedding goals were clear: culturally welcome her fiancé Brandon Fisher’s New Orleans family while retaining a soupcon of her own Texas background, all while honoring her fiancé’s mother who passed away in 2000. “I wanted them to feel welcomed,” she says.
March 12, 2013

March Monarch Migration Miracle

Be on the lookout for Monarch butterflies passing through Bryan/College Station any day now.
March 12, 2013

Project HOLD and 75th Anniversary of College Station

On Oct. 19, 1938, College Station, the name used for decades by the Postal Service when delivering mail via train to Texas A&M College, officially incorporated as a city.  The vote was 217-39.