Author: Chris Shepperd

The Cavalry has Arrived: Exclusive Interview with Brazos Valley Cavalry FC Co-Founder Chris Clark

The Brazos Valley has a known affinity for championships. Winning runs through the streets. So it is no surprise that the Brazos Valley Bombers have become a staple in this community. Coming off of four straight TCL Championship seasons, Owners Uri Geva and Chris Clark are branching out. This time the focus is on a different sport entirely. Soccer. Starting this summer Aggieland will be home to a new franchise. The Brazos Valley Cavalry FC will call Nutrabolt Stadium home. We caught up with Cavalry Co-Founder Chris Clark to talk more about this new venture, the renovation project at...

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Chrome: A Salon Experience

When you first step into Code Red Productions, you are instantly drawn into to a world of elegance. From the black and white decor to the shiny red accents to the brilliant lighting, the headquarters of Chrome: A Salon Experience is the center for all things effortless and chic. The salon’s two locations, one on University Drive and the other off William D. Fitch, also resemble the company’s overall retro vibe. Their expertise ranges from custom styling, hair treatments, texture, extensions, makeup application, and men’s services. We got a chance to sit down with owner Charlotte Gardner Green, a...

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The Look by Versy: Brow-Wow

Having seen brow trends come and go, full and filled brows are flattering and youthful on any face. Whether you are a full concealer and filled brow connoisseur or a natural gel brush and go Vixen, here are all tips for your brows. – Versy Picone, Salon Owner and Professional Makeup Artist   1. Waxing, Tweezing and Trimming play a pivotal part in any shape to clean 2. If you have no hair and need to create a shape, waterproof pomades allow you to “paint” on your shape. An angled eyeliner brush allows you to form your shape perfectly....

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A&M Basketball Off to Rough Start in SEC Play

Close games. That is the modus operandi for the Aggie Men’s Basketball Team. The Aggies (10-8) are just 3-6 in games decided by 10 points or less. Three of those losses are in SEC play where the Aggies are off to a 2-5 start. Let’s be honest, it hasn’t been a pretty start for the Aggies who came into the season as the defending SEC regular season champions. But this is clearly a different team. Household names like Danuel House, Jalen Jones, and Alex Caruso are no longer on the roster. But maybe the tides are turning. A&M is...

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Granger Smith @ Hurricane Harry’s

It has only been 6 weeks since we last talked to Granger Smith here at Maroon Weekly, but so much has happened. On Dec. 2, Smith was at a tour stop in New Jersey. He was right in the middle of a set. One second he was standing on a stage monitor, working the crowd. The next he was tumbling toward a metal barricade as the monitor gave way. Smith suffered two separated and broken ribs. But that wasn’t even the worst of it. He also had a punctured and partially collapsed lung. Somehow, Smith got back up on...

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