February 6, 2014

Homegrown Superstar: Randy Wilson

What do “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Hair,” “Hamlet,” Meatloaf,  “Saturday Night Live,” and the Brazos Valley all have in common?

One person: Randy Wilson.

February 6, 2014

The Art of Belly Dancing

Belly Dancing: If the image that pops into your mind is Scheherazade and the Dance of the Seven Veils, it is probably because Western connotation has placed a sexual innuendo on the art of belly dancing. Ask a belly dancer and they will tell you the dance is a beautiful art form that is a celebration of their femininity and that they work very hard for many hours honing their skill.
February 6, 2014

Vocal Love: James Franklin

James Franklin is surrounded by voices. As a choir director and conductor, instructor and musical doctoral candidate, voices are not only his job but also his passion.
February 6, 2014

Behind the Lens: Miriam Rieck, Wylde Soul Photography

From wild horses and elephants to people and flowers, Miriam Rieck of Wylde Soul Photography has captured it all.
February 4, 2014

Texas A&M Women’s Basketball Play to BTHO Breast Cancer

Texas A&M Women's Basketball will host the annual "Beat The Hell Outta Breast Cancer" game on Sunday, February 9 at 1:30pm.
February 4, 2014

MSC Opas: Peter Pan

Opas Jr. presents Peter Pan, the Theatreworks/USA produced play about the boy who refuses to grow up on Sunday, February 9 at 2pm and 4pm in Rudder Theatre. 
February 4, 2014

Former Secretary of Commerce Visiting George Bush Library

Barbara Hackman Franklin, 29th U.S. Secretary of Commerce under President George Bush, will discuss her accomplishments in advancing the role of women in government on Tuesday, February 11 at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University.
February 4, 2014

The Met in the Brazos Valley

“Opera is a unique form; it combines singing, great music, and drama. It has got it all,” said Jane Van Valkenburg, the director of music ministries at First Presbyterian Church in Bryan. For her, classical music and a love of the performing arts are reasons enough to go and see an opera performance.
January 28, 2014

Weather Report: Ice Storms

Texas weather will remain a mystery but in honor of the recent icy conditions across the state, here is a winter weather report courtesy of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M.
January 28, 2014

February 6: Party at the Village with Insite & Art979

The February Bride and Art979 Issue is coming out and you’re invited! Meet local artists, listen to live music by Raspa, and chow down on food from Village Café.
January 28, 2014

“Monitor & Virginia: Ironclads at War” Exhibit

The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History will host the upcoming exhibition: “Monitor & Virginia: Ironclads at War,” on display from January 30-May 3
January 22, 2014

Book Signing Party for New Cookbook by Veritas’ Chef Tai

Sarory Books recently announced the publication of The Veritas Cookbook: Cooking with Chef Tai. There will be a launch party and book-signing event February 6 from 6pm to 8pm at Veritas Wine Bar and Bistro in College Station. A limited number of VIP and general admission tickets are available for the event.
January 21, 2014

Free Turkish Language Classes

For anyone interested in learning Turkish, an orientation for the upcoming spring Turkish language courses will be held in the Memorial Student Center at Texas A&M University from 5:30pm to 6:40pm, Thursday, January 23.
January 21, 2014

Wednesday: Lick Creek Park Preservation Meeting

Do you love Lick Creek Park? Find out the City of College Station’s plans and vision for this hidden jewel in the Brazos Valley. The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History will host this free program in partnership with the Friends of Lick Creek Park on Wednesday, January 22 at 7pm.  
January 21, 2014

The Ten Tenors on Broadway Come to the Brazos Valley

Internationally acclaimed singing sensation, The Ten Tenors will perform their hugely anticipated, brand new show – “The Ten Tenors on Broadway” on Tuesday and Wednesday, January 28 & 29 in Rudder Auditorium at Texas A&M University.