Author: Julia Knight

Brazos Valley Senior Games

The City of College Station hosts the 2017 Senior Games on February 24-26. The Senior Games allows ages 50+ to compete in a variety of sports including track and field, swimming, basketball, cycling, golf, badminton, horseshoes and more. These senior athletes of all skill levels will have the opportunity to show off their abilities in as many sports as they choose. The city is currently estimating that the Senior Games will have 400 participants! Spectators are welcomed and encouraged at every event. However, if you choose to watch the pickleball games you will have to pay for parking as...

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MSC Opas presents: Jersey Boys at Rudder Theater

Texas A&M MSC OPAS presents the 2006 Tony, Grammy, and Olivier Award Winning Best Musical, “Jersey Boys!”. The musical tells the story of Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. The show presents the group’s story in documentary fashion. The musical is divided into “four seasons” as each season is narrated by a different member of the band. Each member shares the group’s story from his own perspective and gives the audience an inside look into their their rise to fame. Viewers can expect to hear some of...

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App Review: Mint

Each and every year we tell ourselves, “This is the year I am going to save money and create a budget!” We aren’t judging you if you haven’t done that just yet, but let 2017 be the year that you do. Saving money and creating a budget is easier than last year with the Mint App. Mint is a free app that allows you to easily manage all of your finances in one place. Long gone are the days of signing into multiple websites to see all of your accounts.  Mint brings together your bank accounts, credit cards, bills,...

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Texas A&M Softball Season Preview

Spring sports are underway in Aggieland at last. The ladies of the Texas A&M softball team have been working hard all offseason and are ready to make waves in the 2017 season among conference rivals and non-conference teams alike. In the 2016 season, the team finished with an overall record of 39-20 and advanced to the NCAA Regional for the 15th consecutive season. The team is looking to keep the streak alive as they head into the 2017 season. Head coach Jo Evans is looking forward to the upcoming games and is confident her girls have put in the...

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Album Review: “The Devil Don’t Sleep” by Brantley Gilbert

Country rock artist Brantley Gilbert released his fourth studio album “The Devil Don’t Sleep” on January 27. As a young boy growing up in Jefferson, Georgia, Gilbert always loved country music, so when he moved to Nashville to pursue his dream of singing and songwriting, he discovered his own unique sound within the genre. Gilbert’s music resembles the outlaw country of Waylon Jennings and the modern pop/rock country of Jason Aldean. His new album is a great mix of his country roots and rock passion. In “The Devil Don’t Sleep,” Gilbert shares some personal stories through his lyrics and...

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