Author: Emily Paige Taylor

Valentine’s Day Specials Around Aggieland

Lovebirds, it’s that time of year again! Forgot to outline the 14 in a big, red heart? Don’t fret – we’ve got your Valentine’s Day plans covered! Of course, bouquets are almost a must on Valentine’s Day and lucky for us, HEB understands. Roses are on sale for around $10 a dozen and a variety of candy bouquets are priced from $20 – $45. Aside from bustles of candy, HEB has a variety of themed candy for the special day. Messina Hof Winery will hold their romantic cellar tours the on 11 and 12–tickets are $25 per person and...

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Movie Review: A Dog’s Purpose

“A Dog’s Purpose” hit theaters January 27 and has made its way to the number two movie in the box offices. Directed by Lasse Halstrom, with the main character, Bailey the dog, played by Josh Gad, viewers are able to have an insight to what dogs might really think or feel. Through this tearjerker, Bailey takes viewers through his many lives as he travels through many breeds and families all while exploring his true purpose as a dog. First, viewers meet Bailey as a pup, when he is just starting to question what his real purpose in life is,...

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New on Netflix

With the spring semester upon many of us, there is always a need for a stress reliever and what better of a way than to dive into a new series or curl up to watch an oldie, but nevertheless a goody? For those of you that are looking a new show to dive into, we’ve got you covered. “A series of Unfortunate Events” This Netflix Original is categorized under adventure, drama, and family, and it closely mirrors the movie that came out in 2004. The star of the show is Neil Patrick Harris, who dons the character of Count...

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Academy for Visual and Performing Arts presents: Third Rail Project

Looking for some new ideas for date night? Look no more! The Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts at Texas A&M University is pairing with Third Rail Projects to present “New Immersive Piece”. This show will be available for two nights this weekend- Friday, February 3rd and Saturday, February 4th. The Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) works closely with performing arts departments at Texas A&M University and supports hands- on experience and learning and strives to create situations for faculty and students that allow such. AVPA also serves at the facilitator between TAMU and other...

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Album Review: Stoney by Post

“Stoney,” Post Malone’s debut album was highly anticipated after his mix tape and EP, and for good reason, too. Malone is favored by his fans because of his unique sound that carries through his music. Managing to connect many genres into one, “Stoney” gives us a fresh sound and a look into the upcoming Texas rapper. After “White Iversion” was released, fans were itching for more–dropping just one track led into his first freshman album blowing sales out of the water. While every track provides listeners with something a touch different, there are tracks that rise to the top...

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