When it comes to your family’s safety, you always pray for the best, but sometimes you have to prepare for the worst. Luckily here in the Brazos Valley we are safe from a lot of the inclement weather that folks in other parts of the country have to look out for. However we are still at risk of tornados touching down and causing havoc. If you and your family have ever discussed the possibility of installing a storm shelter to...Continue Reading!
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Downtown Bryan is full of things to do on a Friday night, and First Fridays in Downtown Bryan have even more to offer. Every first Friday of the month Downtown comes alive with sights and sounds the locals bring together. There are art galleries where you can meet and talk with the artist at hand. Musicians are on almost every block playing for a little cash, but mostly to have a lot of fun. Almost all of the shops and...Continue Reading!
If you have never had the experience of going to TAMU’s HardChord DynaMix Acappellooza, then you don’t know what you’re missing. This past Saturday marked the 5th annual Acappellooza, it was quite a treat. The group who host’s this show, HardChord Dyna-Mix, is a great co-ed a cappella group and A&M. The only instrument this group needs is its voice, and what a voice it is. They perform contemporary songs ranging from Paramore to Carrie Underwood and Radiohead to Kings...Continue Reading!
February 8-10, 2013 Hanshi Raymond L. Montoya was an active police officer in Bryan, Texas, for 27 years. He was involved in training and recruiting and was a Pressure Point Control Tactics (PPCT) instructor. Currently, he holds the following martial arts ranks: Hanshi Raymond L. Montoya 9th dan: American Shorin Kempo Karate under Hanshi Terry L. Bryan, 9th dan 6th dan: Shaolin Kempo/Mu Ying Tao under Dr. Harold Mayle, 10th degree (through Terry L. Bryan) 3rd dan: U.S. Kempo Kobujitsu under Hanshi Dan B....Continue Reading!
Consider yourself warned. On February 16th thousands of high school juniors and seniors will descend with their hopeful parents on Aggieland. Expect move-in weekend amounts of traffic as the uninitiated try to maneuver their way around a rapidly changing campus. All of this hubbub will be caused by Aggieland Saturday, the annual campus-wide open house put on to court bright youngsters interested in Texas A&M. And with Johnny Manziel’s Heisman win bringing national attention to the prestigious football program at...Continue Reading!
Buying a home is an emotional experience. It is exciting and your emotions will naturally go up and down through the entire process. I remember when I built my home. I picked my builder, wrote the contract, made selections and everything was great until day of closing. My stomach was in my throat, it was hard to swallow and thank goodness the Title Company offered me some cookies and water. My husband just smiled and said you sell homes, this...Continue Reading!