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Colton Ashabranner

Contact Colton Ashabranner at cashabranner@sanmarcosrecord.

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San Marcos Young Professionals begin 2020 with Network SMTX

The San Marcos Young Professionals held their bi-annual Network SMTX event at McCarty Commons on Feb. 13. The new apartment complex is located across from the Amazon Fulfillment Center at 1476 E. McCarty Ln. Above, Robert Dorsey, SMYP board member shows off his pool skills Below left, Oscar Prado and Alex Deleon took advantage of the networking opportunities. Below right, Shawn Singletary prepares to the cue ball during a game of pool.

lost river film fest colton ashabranner san marcos cinema club

Attendees view a screening of “Beneath,” a thriller by Director JJ Perez. The screening was held in a familiar setting, Wonder World Cave. The film is made entirely by Inner Space Cavern employees and is about a group of tour guides that hear an old tale of a sacrificial cult performing rituals in the cave and sneak down into the restricted areas of the cave after hours to find out more. Daily Record Photo by Colton Ashabranner

San Marcos Cinema Club wraps up biggest Lost River Film Fest

The third annual Lost River Film Fest is a wrap.

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U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz sat down with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes for a tapping of the “Why is This Happening?” podcast on Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Paramount Theatre in Austin for the Texas Tribune Fest. Photo by Bob Daemmrich for The Texas Tribune

U.S. Sen. Cruz discusses foreign policy, climate change at 2019 Trib Fest

AUSTIN — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz sat down with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes for a live afternoon taping of Hayes’ “Why Is This Happening?” podcast at the Paramount Theatre in Austin

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