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Above, Topsy M. Durham's upcoming book on her father Eddie Durham, a San Marcos-based jazz musician is the third in a series of chronicling Eddie Durham's life. Photo courtesy of Topsy M. Durham

Daughter of San Marcos jazz musician continues work on book series on her father's legacy

Topsy M. Durham — daughter of San Marcos-based jazz musician, Eddie Durham — is currently writing her third book in a series about her father’s life, legacy, and contributions to jazz music.

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Above, Mayor Jane Hughson presents a Juneteenth proclmation to members of the Juneteenth Foundation, Inc. and Dunbar Heritage Association on June 7 at City Hall. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

Dunbar Heritage Association, Juneteenth Foundation to host upcoming celebrations

The Dunbar Heritage Association will host a community Juneteenth Celebration Sunday, June 19 from 2-7 p.m. at Dunbar Park, located at 801 Martin Luther King Drive.

Boss Babes

Left, Kristan Alvarez and Della Lucio are the powerhouse women behind KnD’s Boutique.

Boss Babes

Above, KnD’s sports that Bobcat style.

Boss Babes

Into fashion from an early age, Kristan Alvarez creates eye-catching point-of-sale displays for KnD’s Boutique. Photos by Celeste Hollister

Boss Babes: KnD’s Boutique rocks San Marcos style

It’s a typical spring day in March: Thursday afternoon, the Square is packed, and the air smells of freshly-bloomed mountain laurel. Students and San Marcans alike bustle around downtown, eager to soak in the warmth of the sun.

Super Cool

Not cramping her style: Sometimes Sheila Beck works in tight attic spaces. Photo by Sheila Beck

Super Cool

Beck accepts the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce Green Business of the Year Award from Jason Mock.

Super Cool

Air One attended the STEAM Fair 2019 at the San Marcos High School and will attend the next one on April 9.

Super Cool

Lance Beck teaches his nephew Javen Beck how to design and build ductwork. Photos submitted by Sheila Beck

Super Cool: Sheila Beck lights the way for women in HVAC

Sheila Beck is cool.

Trees are never finished

View of the Tropic of Capricorn, acrylic paint on canvas, by Bill Hutson, is currently on display at the Calaboose Museum.

Trees are never finished: An overview of three San Marcos galleries celebrating the life’s work of Bill Hutson

Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing series of features celebrating the life and artwork of San Marcos-born artist Bill Hutson.

The Story Capital of Texas

Middleton Brewery will be the site for the first night of StoryFest: Stories In Poems. Submitted photo

The Story Capital of Texas: Wimberley hosts second ever StoryFest Feb. 17-20

Once upon a time, there was a small town in Texas called Wimberley. A cypress-lined creek trickled through its heart to meet the bottle-green waters of the Blanco. Its cedar-studded hills and the rocky spine of Devil’s Backbone provided a backdrop for all manner of tales, and if someone looked at the village just right, it could look like a hundred years ago, or only yesterday. It was one of those kinds of towns.


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