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The Pita Shop owners Omar and Susan Aldmour and their daughter Emily stand in the finished new addition of their family-owned restaurant. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

The Pita Shop opens expansion

The Pita Shop, a locally-owned family business started by husband and wife Omar and Susan Aldmour, has expanded its restaurant after 4 years.

"Reticulation" by artist Adriana "Gigi" Mederos. Daily Record photos by Rachel Willis

'2019 and Beyond'

The San Marcos Art League invites the public to join them at the upcoming artist’s reception for “2019 and Beyond: New Works by the San Marcos Art League.” 

The Katz brothers, owners of local favorites Zelicks, Dos Gatos and Pie Society have opened their newest venture: North Street. Daily Record photos by Rachel Willis

Katz brothers bring draft beers and Indian-influenced cuisine

The Katz brothers, Seth and Chase Katz,  owners of local favorites Zelicks, Dos Gatos and Pie Society, are bringing a new set of flavors to San Marcans' palates with their newest venture North Stre

Texas State University School of Criminal Justice Associate Professor Dr. Scott Bowman discusses how the criminal justice system often "moves the goal post" for disenfranchised people by criminalizing certain aspects of poverty during the panel discussion portion of the Activism Dialogue. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

University Dialogues for Activism explore poverty, debt and more

Texas State’s Philosophy Department held its second Dialogues for Activism that explored the subjects of poverty and debt Friday at the LBJ Musem of San Marcos.

Volunteers from the Keller United Methodist Church volunteered as part of the Southside Community Center's Summer Work Camp this week. The camp brings in volunteers from churches all over the state and country to help restore and repair homes in San Marcos. Volunteers Brayden Hawkins and Berry Turner help secure boards to the roof of the back porch of a home on Saltillo Street. Daily Record photos by Rachel Willis

Summer Work Camp: 'A true blessing'

Every summer, youth groups from all over the state and country travel to San Marcos — not to vacation or float the river — but to renovate and repair the

Lions Club tubers enjoy the clear cool water of the San Marcos River at Rio Vista Park. Daily Record file photos

Spending summer in the park

Summer is almost here and with the warmer weather and longer days comes more time for recreation and relaxation; and the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department has a lineup

The 15th Annual Lavender Festival begins today in Blanco. Above, a view of lavender from Hill Country Lavender. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

15th Annual Lavender Festival kicks off today in Blanco

The town of Blanco — Spanish for  “white” —  was named for its calciferous limestone hills and river banks. But another color has come to characterize the rural Central Texas town, lavender. 


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