In support of the new multi-purpose arena, a separate project will realign Red River Street from the 1800 block to East Dean Keeton Street. The Red River realignment will have multiple travel impacts beginning on Monday, December 2.
From December 2, 2019, until January 2022, the campus community can expect these travel impacts:
- Red River will be closed from Clyde Littlefield Drive to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (MLK).
- Robert Dedman Drive will be closed at Red River to just north of the 20th Street intersection.
- Access to 20th Street from San Jacinto will be closed and reopened in spring 2020.
Cody Ko + Noel Miller are proving they are true multi-hyphenates, doing a little bit of everything throughout the year: producing, writing, podcasting, touring, and even releasing their own music. In addition to gaining popularity for their 120m+ viewed YouTube series, That's Cringe, the guys started the Tiny Meat Gang podcast in 2017, and since then, have taken their podcast on the road and performed in venues across the country. Their prestigious appearances include headlining performances at Just for Laughs, Outside Lands and the Nashville Comedy Festival. In 2019, TMG won best podcast at The Shorty Awards in NYC.
Additionally, the two have found a significant cult following for their original music. In June 2019, they released their latest hits Walk Man (a self-produced rap track) and Short King’s Anthem (a collaboration with hitmaker Blackbear). Walk Man recently crossed 15 million streams on Spotify and over 10 million on YouTube.
TMG has also produced content for well-known brands such as SeatGeek, Hinge, Old Spice, Honey & Bud Light.