Author: Abby Newton

DUNCAN FELLOWS @ THE GRAND STAFFORD THEATER

Indie Rock is a music scene that has a lively presence in Downtown Bryan that has local music-lovers buzzing. On October 20, indie rock band Duncan Fellows from Austin will be back in College Station performing at the Grand Stafford Theater. Duncan Fellows is a fairly new band with their first release being in 2013 and their most recent single being released this year. The band is made up of five southern men who all have a mutual love for making music. Colin Harman, Cullen Trevino, Jack Malonis, David Stimson, and Tim Hagen came together and were founded under...

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NFL @ WOLF PEN CREEK

During the fall season, many people spend weekend their afternoons watching their favorite football teams hash it out on the gridiron. Football has become more than just a sport for people across the country. American families and friends bond over football games and watch parties, and it has become the highlight of most of our years. College Station Parks & Recreation is bringing families and friends together by showing two different games this season at Wolf Pen Creek, where people can go watch these games outdoors for free. The games will be projected onto a 32-foot inflatable screen, and...

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Brazos Valley Pumpkin Patches

The perfect fall activities can often be found at places like corn mazes, farms, and pumpkin patches. The Bryan/College Station area provides delightful pumpkin patches that residents of the area can go to buy pumpkins for Halloween and Thanksgiving. Two main locations in town are well-known pumpkin patches, one in College Station and one in Bryan. BCS Habitat for Humanity has provided the community with a pumpkin patch in Bryan at 2301 E 29 St. that opened on October 1 and will remain open through October 31. It is open seven days a week, but hours of operation may...

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Beat the Hell Out Of Breast Cancer Festival @ The Grand Stafford

The 5th annual Beat The Hell Out Of Breast Cancer Festival presented by F13 Music, Come and Take It Productions, and Rock 979 will be held at the Grand Stafford Theater in Downtown Bryan on October 14. For five years, Seneca Homeyer has hosted the festival to raise money for a breast cancer victim in need. The donations from this event have increased with every passing year, and this year doesn’t appear to be any different. The festival supports a cause that Homeyer has always been passionate about after being raised by a woman who battled and ultimately survived...

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Birthday Club @ REVOLUTION

Downtown Bryan’s Revolution Café and Bar will be welcoming Birthday Club, a pop rock band with an Indie twist, on October 7. The band has recently released a new EP with the title track “Lighten Up,” an upbeat track about life not being as hard as we make it out to be. Birthday Club has played at multiple music festivals, such as SXSW and the X-Games Austin, that are quite an honor to be asked to perform at. Also, the band has toured nationally and found great success all over the country with their unique sound and positive vibes....

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