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Chuck Shaw will be holding an album release party for his newly released self-titled album on Feb. 8 at Railyard Bar & Grill. Photo by Nicola Gell

Chuck Shaw album release

Rising traditional country musician Chuck Shaw will be holding a show and album release party on Friday Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. at Railyard Bar & Grill for his new self-titled debut album.

Greater San Marcos Partnership Vice President of Economic Develpment Jason Giulietti was recently named as a winner in the Development Counsellors International's economic development profession’s 40 Under 40 awards. Photo courtesy of GSMP

GSMP's Giulietti wins 40 under 40 Award

Jason Giulietti, vice president of Economic Development at the Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP), has been selected as a winner in the economic development profession’s 40 Under 40 awards, the

Special Advisor to the Provost on Inclusion and Diversity at Texas State University Dr. Scott Bowman will be the keynote speaker at the Calaboose African American History Museum's Second Annual Gala. Photos courtesy of Linda Kelsey-Jones

Calaboose hosts Second Annual Gala

Looking for a perfect Valentine venue this year? Don’t hit the road, stay in San Marcos and enjoy dinner, inspiration, dancing and support a cultural anchor of the community. Multiple

The bananas we know and eat today are not the same bananas of our grandparent's generation; that's in part to Panama Diseases that nearly wiped out the banana industry 60 years ago. Freeuse photo

Growth in gardening: Bananas are Bananas

Have you ever noticed that the taste of banana flavoring in candies and puddings, just doesn’t taste like a banana? Sure, there’s a hint of banana flavor, but then a

A ruby-throated hummingbird is a likely hummingbird to see in February since they are common to the area. Photo by Eric Kilby/ Flickr

Exploring Nature: Hummingbirds

Hard to believe, but next month we should see a few hummingbirds return to our area. A very few, to be sure, but most welcome nonetheless. In Central Texas, most

"Waitress" is coming to Broadway Austin, bringing an all-female creative team and a strong narrative about womanhood, motherhood and friendship. Broadway actresses Maiesha McQueen, Christine Dwyer and Jessie Shelton bring the small-town America characters of Becky, Jenna and Dawn to life. Photo by Philicia Endelman

'Waitress:' Women sharing recipes for happiness

Musicals have a uniquely universal quality. Through music, through language, they show us how alike we are as humans.

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