Author: Destiny Turner

Legacy Fails and Bonnie Blue Reunion Show

The one thing that can always bring people together is music. On December 15, the Grand Stafford Theater in Bryan brings you a Legacy Fails and Bonnie Blue reunion, uniting these bands and many special guests for a remarkable evening of entertainment.. Rock enthusiasts listen up! Legacy Fails is a metal rock band that knows how to take rock to the next level. This band blends rock with heavy metal through guttural screams, a strong emphasis on the base and drums, and a leading electric guitar that provides listeners with a theatrical performance. Legacy Fails is a highly instrumental...

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App Review – “Good on You”

In the twenty-first century, fashion has become increasingly faster. Fast fashion is defined by retailers as a term to describe inexpensive yet trendy clothing that is produced quickly. This inexpensive price tag usually equates to cheaply made clothing, which forces consumers to throw away their clothes and purchase the next trend. However, many consumers fail to realize that their fashion choices have a greater impact on the environment than they may suspect. Fast fashion industries are the second biggest consumer of water, and emit an enormous amount of greenhouse gasses per kilogram. Another fact is that those beautiful, vibrant...

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Blinn Performing Arts Series presents Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”

Every year around this time, a grouchy Ebenezer Scrooge is heard spouting Bah! Humbug!, exclaiming his disdain for Christmas. Written by Charles Dickens in 1843, this play has captivated audiences all over the world for many years by bringing the Christmas spirit right to their hearts through joyful theatrical performances. This Christmas, Bryan/College Station can find that joy themselves with Blinn College District’s presentation of “A Christmas Carol” on the Brenham campus at the Dr. W.W. O’Donnell Performing Arts Center on Sunday, December 2.   We think of “A Christmas Carol” as expressing what it means to celebrate a...

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StageCenter Community Theatre Presents “Arcadia”

When many people think of time, they tend to connect some tangible medium to it, as in a clock or wristwatch. However, time is elusive, and as time goes on, people change, things evolve, but past events often continue to control the present. Such is the case in Tom Stoppard’s “Arcadia” —a play of intellect, laughter, and cleverness, and a comedic tragedy that tugs the emotions of viewers in every direction while questioning the concepts of chaos versus order and the meaning of life in two different centuries. Set in Sidley Park, in Derbyshire, the United Kingdom at the...

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Roger Creager with Guest Aaron Copeland at Harry’s

Many talented artists have come from Texas, but South Texas in particular has raised a gem. Roger Creager is a Texas country singer who is as adventurous as they come. He loves his music, and he also loves traveling the world. His charisma is contagious, and his high-energy performances keep fans loyal, following him to concerts all around the globe—this week at our own Hurricane Harry’s on November 16. Creager has a passion for living life to the fullest, allowing his fans to feed off of his positive energy. How many musicians do you know that have climbed Mt....

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