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Singing a Story

It’s Wednesday evening at Cheatham Street Warehouse. Open guitar cases are scattered throughout the neon-lit barroom, the sign-up sheet for…

By the Light of the Moon

Beneath fading early evening light, I slip across glassy water over the reflections of large cypress and pecan trees along…

Things to do: San Marcos

San Marcos, home to Texas State Universitiy, offers tourists plenty of ways to while away a weekend, from exploring the…

On a Roll at Gil’s Broiler

When Gil Rainosek walks into the San Marcos restaurant bearing his name, he chats with the kid behind the counter,…

Drawn to the Scene

During Austin’s counterculture heyday, from the opening of the Vulcan Gas Company in 1967 to the closing of the Armadillo…

Autos for the Ages

A 1956 sky-blue-and-white Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Sedan cruises a couple of laps around a San Marcos parking lot, its…

Daytripper: San Marcos

Archeological evidence suggests that humans have inhabited the San Marcos area for 10,000 years or more. And to this day,…

What's YOUR Story?

I was struggling to surmount a Friday-afternoon energy slump a few weeks ago when I received a phone call that…

YAKONA, a stunning documentary about the San Marcos River

Amid the hundreds of documentaries, dramas, comedies, and experimental films available for screening during South by Southwest’s film offerings this…

Trail Mix in San Marcos

For its size, what small town boasts the most walking paths anywhere in the state, but doesn’t show up in…

San Marcos Trails

In the past decade, the citizens of San Marcos have built and currently maintain more than 17 miles of trails…

San Marcos: A Study in Contrasts

On a hot, muggy evening last summer, hundreds of people gathered inside the San Marcos Army Airfield hangar at the…
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