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A Victorian Masterpiece

The Victorian Home owned by Mr. and Mrs. Blake Stasney located at 903 Belvin Street.

A Victorian Masterpiece

The Stasney family enjoys entertaining in their outdoor dining area.

A Victorian Masterpiece

The Gardens of the Kone-Yarbrough home. Photos by Carl Deal

A Victorian Masterpiece

A Victorian Masterpiece

The 1886 Victorian architectural masterpiece at 903 Belvin Street is the home of Marian and Blake Stasney. The family's beautiful backyard pavilion and garden will be part of our 45th Annual Heritage Home Tour. Guests will enter through a white trellis fence on both sides to the grand garden off Belvin Street and Travis Avenue.

Graceful Tut Family creates true container elegance
Graceful Tut Family creates true container elegance

Graceful Grasses Queen Tut is a dwarf papyrus perfect for giving a vertical element to small containers.

Graceful Tut Family creates true container elegance

Graceful Grasses Prince Tut is lit by the morning sun/ Here it is partnered with Superbells Pomegranate Punch and Superbells Dreamsicle calibrachoas, Primo Wild Rose heuchera and Superbena Royale Chambray and Superbena Whiteout verbenas. Photos by Norman Winter

Graceful Tut Family creates true container elegance

Prince Tut and the dwarf exquisite Queen Tut papyrus grasses have put the proverbial ‘Ta-Da’ in ‘The Garden Guy’s’ containers this year. The story, however, really goes back to October. I have two containers I call smoke stacked in their shape. They are about 20-inches tall, ceramic glazed and about the diameter of a Frisbee. These containers get adjusted two or three times a year and I am headed to where they were what I call, ‘Tut Tweaked.’

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Above, a Hawaiian Poke bowl with white rice, seaweed, green onions, cucumber, spicy salmon, shrimp, Hawaii poke sauce, spicy mayo, avocado, corn, carrots, fried garlic and sesame seeds. Below, a Hawaiian Poke bowl with zucchini noodles, green onion, cucumber, shrimp, grilled chicken, Hawaii poke sauce, spicy mayo, crab meat and spicy mango. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Hawaii Poke

If you’re searching for a fast and tasty lunch option, Hawaii Poke might be an answer to your quest. 

SMHS students awarded $2,250 in fine arts scholarships

Three SMHS seniors, Alfredo Castro-Rosa, Hayley Cheatham and Jillian Botello, were awarded fine arts scholarships. Photo submitted by San Marcos Art League

SMHS students awarded $2,250 in fine arts scholarships

On April 24, three high school seniors from San Marcos High School were awarded a total of $2,250 by the San Marcos Art League to support their pursuits of higher education in the Fine Arts. Recipients included Alfredo Castro-Rosa, Hayley Cheatham and Jillian Botello. Castro-Rosa will be pursuing a degree in Digital Visualization at the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University; Cheatham will pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance with Teaching Certification at Texas State University; and Botello will be pursuing a degree in Theatre Education at Texas State University.

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