July 11, 2012

Jeffrey Leatherwood: A 30 under 30 Honoree in Aggieland

Once a year in the month of June, the REALTOR® Magazine selects and publishes 30 featured real estate agents under the age of 30 that, according to REALTOR.org, are “rising young stars in the real estate industry.” Jeffrey Leatherwood of College Station, Texas was chosen as one of these young and rising elite for the year of 2012. He is a proud agent with Century 21, Beal Inc. in College Station, as well as  Aggieland […]
July 10, 2012

Facing Down the Crimson Tide: Alabama and Texas A&M in the SEC

The last time the Texas A&M Aggies played the University of Alabama (UA) in an NCAA football game it was 1988 at Kyle Field. Alabama gained an immediate upper-hand, finishing the game with a victorious score of 30 to 10. Since then, the Alabama Crimson Tide has won five national titles, including the their victories in 2009 and 2011. And on November 10th, 2012 Texas A&M is scheduled to play the University of Alabama at […]
July 2, 2012

Don’t Take it for Granite!

Granite countertops are a top-quality option for your home. They add a degree of elegance and are an affordable option that increases your home value. Whether you desire to give your house a more up-to-date look, or getting ready to sell your home and want to increase its value, granite countertops are an excellent investment. As a rock, granite is extremely dense. It is just short of diamonds on the hardness scale and must be […]
July 1, 2012

Starlight Music Series at Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater

The stars at night are big and bright deep in the heart of Texas, and there’s no better way to enjoy them than lying on a grassy hill listening to music with a group of your closest friends and family. The Starlight Music Series in College Station is a series of concerts organized by the city. Bands come to the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater and play on Saturday nights during the spring and summer seasons. […]
June 30, 2012

How to Make Selling Your Home Easier… Even During Tough Times

If you are trying to selling your home at this point in time, you have probably noticed it is not always so easy! Sales and prices have been dropping over the last 5 years and are still dropping in most of the country. To make matters worse, this is something we can’t expect to turn around over night. With the current sales pace, it would take 8.6 months to clear out the 3.5 million existing […]
June 29, 2012

Farm Patch in Bryan College Station – Brazos Valley Produce

Years ago my mom used to take my brother and me to the local farmers market in town. I remember the excitement of riding in the rickety basket being pushed by colorful fruits and vegetables as we loaded up an entire cart full of produce. We would buy enough fruit to overflow our fruit bowl at home, then stop by the plant section where my mom would pick out a few potted plants for gifts […]
June 28, 2012

Reopening Of Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center

The reopening of the Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center was set for April 21, 2012. This date was actually several months ahead of schedule. The new MSC was originally scheduled to reopen in the summer of 2012. The facility has been under construction since 2009. R. Bowen Loftin said he was “extremely delighted to announce that the Memorial Student Center – a powerful and symbolic living memorial to all fallen Aggies – will officially reopen […]
June 27, 2012

Kids and Schools – WHY College Station?

Children love the feeling of running home to mom and dad with a report card they are proud of. Mom congratulates and dad passes out the high-fives. If the kid is really lucky, he may even get an ice cream sundae out of the deal. Good grades are something that every parent wants for his or her child. Parents long to see their child succeed out in the real world without mom and dad there […]
June 26, 2012

Texas A&M and the University of Missouri Enter the SEC

When Texas A&M University announced their intention of leaving the Big 12 Conference on August 31st of 2011, there were mixed reactions. Many Aggies had been anticipating the potential transfer to the Southeastern Conference and were excited and enthusiastic about the declared resolve. In this moment it was likely that many of them, blinded by their aspirations for the future competition, overlooked the fact that they would be leaving behind their history in the Big […]