Author: Sara Matthews

OPAS Season Preview

With a jam-packed semester full of classic and innovative shows, OPAS season 46 will truly deliver. “The Choir of Men” (October 2 & 3) Witness the multi-talented cast of “the ultimate feel good show” on this production’s first national tour. The show is set in a pub and creates a high-energy environment for its audience with impressive choreography and addictive songs. It’s a pub crawl musical that will leave you wanting to see it again! “The Capitol Steps” (October 11) Get ready to poke some fun at democracy, because this one does not hold back on its hilarious satire...

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A Weekend at The Grand Stafford

Located in the heart of downtown Bryan, Grand Stafford Theatre is a premiere concert venue with a full-service bar and a hub for talented musicians. The theatre hosts public and private events, and most notably, energetic, unique concerts. You can discover local performers at this venue and view your favorite touring artist here as well; their repertoire holds no limitations. This weekend at the Grand Stafford Theatre is packed full with vibrant shows to choose from! Little Image and Honest Men with John Marc Kohl On Thursday September 6, the theatre will host the indie rock band, Little Image....

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Eating Local

The Bryan/College Station area has never been in short supply of new eateries, especially within the last few months.  It seems every time we turn the corner, a new, hip restaurant appears. But since when did anyone complain about more food? Whether you crave some comfort food or a quick bite to eat, this town provides an endless supply of delicious options. Here’s some help navigating the assortment of choices: Stella Southern Café This restaurant beckons the name of every buttery biscuit lover out there. Opening their doors in July of 2018, Stella Southern Café has made a business...

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American Brilliant Cut Glass

For lovers of art and all things brilliant, the Forsyth Galleries at Texas A&M University presents an exhibition which features hand-cut glass made in the United States between the late 1870s and the First World War. “That’s Brilliant! American Brilliant Cut Glass” is available for viewing at the gallery until September 5, 2018. With all its delicate intricacy, cutting glass requires a high skill level. This decorative technique is created by hand carving the glass using a rotating wheel. The artists use varying sizes and materials for their wheels, leading each piece to be unique.   American cut glass...

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