Where to get your plants in Waco this spring

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 3 minutes
Spring is here, and the flowers are beginning to bloom. But then again, so are the ferns, the palms, and the succulents. And if you asked us why all of our money leaves our wallet so quickly, we’d tell you it’s …

Native Sons Coffee Roasters

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 3 minutes
Can a city ever have too much coffee? The answer is definitely not. There is no better place to get your finger on the pulse of a city than at it’s locally-owned coffee shops. These bad boys showcase the quintessence of …

A first look inside the Magnolia Table

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 10 minutes
So by now, you’ve probably seen no shortage of drool-inducing photos of the former Elite Cafe. But are we surprised? The Magnolia Midas touch BROUGHT THAT PLACE TO LIFE BABY. It is because of this restoration that our beloved historic …

8 major events in Waco this March

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 2 minutes
The lull of the last winter month is FINALLY over and spring season is finally here. This month is jam-packed with the best kind of events, and it looks like March is going to be a good one. Get your …

9 ideas for how to do Spring Break in Waco

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 3 minutes
It’s been a little rainy these past few weeks in Waco making the itch for warm weather that much stronger this year. Combo that with the upcoming Spring Break week off for many students and everyone’s starting to get a …

The Baylor Sing Weekend Waco Guide

Author: Cydney Cockerill | Reading Time: 5 minutes
Sing weekend in Waco is nuts. For those of you who are not familiar with Sing, it’s Baylor’s largest annual production of singing, dance, costumes, and sets put on by almost every greek group on campus. Each organization spends months …