With more than 170 locations throughout the United States and Canada, Aire Serv keeps families cool in the summer and toasty warm in the winter. Technicians attack all components of the home’s heating apparatus, from repairs that help reduce energy bills to installations that replace outdated systems. Aire Serv’s uniformed staff also helps improve the home’s indoor air quality through electronic-filter installation.
American Clean Inc.'s seasoned HVAC professionals and repairfolk keep climate-control systems and pipes running smoothly and cleanly with expert inspections, tune-ups, cleanings, and repairs. Technicians scrub away mold and dust from vents, kill germs in air filters with sanitizing ultraviolet light, and render water-damaged living spaces as good as new.
One of Mexico's most well-respected skincare centers, MAVYPALACIO "Skin care Center" has been a staple of self-care south of the border for more than 30 years. Now they're branching out. From new locations in Edinburg and McAllen, the beauty experts deliver treatments including microdermabrasion, acne-erasing sessions, Botox, and dermal fillers. The med-spa also provides weight-loss solutions such as nutritional counseling, mesotherapy, and ultrasound cavitation.
Barn White is an elegant boutique with a comfortable edge that makes our customers feel at home. Our goal is to assist you in purchasing that perfect trinket for your home or that wonderful fragrance that you've been looking for and even a great gift for any occasion. Come and see, the coffee is always on!
The store stocks a bevy of unique, handcrafted housewarming wares from wooden furnishings to Mexican- and Western-style antiques. Collect water or neo-water in an adobe turquoise pitcher characteristic of classic Mexican claywork ($59.97). Light-switch and outlet covers feature copper-finished tin façades speckled with manually applied patterns ($6.99), and recycled metal animals, such as an armadillo ($49.97) or a flying pig ($54.97–$109.97), keep pets company while you're out buying more pets. Create a rustic mise en abyme with a pair of small Victorian mirrors framed in attractively faded colors that speak of muted grass, aged clouds, and censored suns ($35 each). Empty hats can find a distinctive resting hook on an old door-panel hat rack outlined in barbed wire ($59.97). In addition, the expert artisans of Creative Rustic Furniture—tierra dulce's sister company—fashion one-of-a-kind furnishings from antiquated wooden doors, including desks, bed frames, and dining room sets.
The seeds for the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art were planted in 1935, when the Brownsville Art League began to meet and discuss fine art. In the 1960s, a member took the league to the next level by designing a small art studio where they could house and display their collections. In 2002, it grew again, this time into an official museum featuring a lineup of permanent and rotating fine art. Despite the expansions over time, the core mission has stayed the same: to share art with the community and enrich the cultural landscape of Brownsville. Here are some more facts about this community institution.
Size: 17,000 square feet of bright space that holds over 350 pieces of fine art
Eye Catcher: works by luminaries, such as Marc Chagall, N.C. Wyeth, and Alexander Calder
Permanent Mainstay: Pedro Meyer's Heresies, a collection of photographs and digital images, which are combined to create striking pieces that challenge the viewer's beliefs about what's real and not real
Events: every year, the museum hosts two juried art shows?one just for students?which showcase work by artists from all over the world
Past Exhibits: La Casa Azul, Frida Kahlo's Intimate Universe, complemented by an exhibit of photographs of the artists by Nickolas Muray
Special Programs: the art-making classes for adults and kids, which garnered the museum a commendation from the Texas Art Education Association for outstanding service to the community