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Stay Warm

Slow-cooked short ribs and mashed potatoes make for a tasty meal. Photo from Metro Creative

Stay Warm

Slow cookers are a handy tool for any home chef, particularly those who juggle busy daily schedules. With slow cookers, meals can be prepared in advance and then left to simmer for hours while they develop deep flavors as meats become tender and succulent.

Black History Month

The Calaboose Museum. Photo by Larry D. Moore, CC BY-SA 3.0, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=26764815

Black History Month

Archived photos show the congregation and choir from the First Baptist Church. Photos courtesy of the San Marcos Hays County Local History Collection available online at the San Marcos Public Library.

Black History Month

Black History Month

Though the pandemic and inclement weather has cut short many plans for celebrating Black History Month this year, San Marcos residents can still take a moment to commemorate the heritage and historical significance of Black San Marcans. The San Marcos Convention and Visitor Bureau has compiled a list of influential people and important landmarks that have shaped San Marcos over time.

GoldDust your pathways to illuminate your garden

GoldDust mecardonia and Blue My Mind evolvulus create a wonderful complementary combination of warm and cool colors.

GoldDust your pathways to illuminate your garden

GoldDust mercadonia is a low growing ground cover reaching only 5-inches in height and is perfect along pathways placed around or in between stepping stones. Photos by Norman Winter

GoldDust your pathways to illuminate your garden

GoldDust your pathways to illuminate your garden

The Garden Guy was looking at photos of last year’s trials, and I was struck by one of a Mecardonia. If you are like most, Mecardonia probably conjures up visions of one of the stops that Moses and the Israelites made while looking for the promised land. Hey, ‘The Garden Guy’ is joking.

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