Author: Maroon Weekly

Gametime Eats: Slow Cooker Pork/Chicken

Every Saturday post-football, we’re faced with the same dilemma: we’re hungry, but we don’t want to deal with the rush that will hit every single restaurant in College Station once the last second has ticked off the clock at Kyle Field. It takes about 20 minutes to prep a meal and put it in the pot and when you get home, you have a nice meal waiting and likely some leftovers for later in the week. Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork or Chicken You will need: • One onion • Salt & Pepper • Garlic powder • A can of...

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MW Tailgate Guide

The fall semester has begun and Spence Park is once again filled with people and the smell of barbeque. It’s finally football season in Aggieland, and with that comes tailgating. Planning on joining in the fun this season? Follow this guide and you’ll be just fine. At Texas A&M, “set up day” occurs on the Friday before a game at noon. At this point, many will run across Spence Park to claim their spot for tailgating the next day. You may not stay overnight at your claimed tailgating spot, but sites do reopen at 7am on game day allowing...

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Flipagram

As summer comes to an end, we start gathering photos to share with family and friends about our excursions and adventures. We post on Facebook, Instagram, or maybe just sit everybody down and put on a slideshow. However, there are more creative ways to display that video log of a month-long camping trip or those GoPro videos from your study abroad in Africa. That is when the app Flipagram comes into use. Flipagram, available for both Apple and Android, allows users to add up to 60 seconds of a song as background music to a video clip. There are...

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MSC OPAS Semester Preview

This year MSC OPAS celebrates its 44th year of hosting captivating shows at Texas A&M, entertaining audiences on campus. The season began on August 27 with Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, which will be followed by a comedic performance by the group, The Capitol Steps. With the presidential election at hand, this group attempts to create a parody of candidates and their issues on October 13, making the act as entertaining as current politics. On October 18 and 19, magic group, The Illusionists: Live from Broadway, take the stage to enchant audiences with their best-selling acts. The seven...

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First Friday @ Grand Stafford Theater

Among the other events First Friday has to offer, the Grand Stafford will host a free concert series on September 2, with performances by Canvas People, Strange Fiction, Keeton Coffman, and Astrochimp. Described as a cross between Kings of Leon and Death Cab for Cutie, Canvas People is sure to delight any indie rock lover. Producing a “unique brand of new age music,” Canvas People blends elements of harmony-driven alternative rock, lucid, and indie space rock. With this new sound comes their alluring infusion of three-part harmonies and seductive indie rock vibes. The band is based out of the...

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