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RED Arena, a nonprofit therapeutic horse riding center, started renovating their new San Marcos location recently in hopes of being open and operational by September. Dripping Springs Young Men's Service League helped with demolition. From left to right are Jason Fitzpatrick, Susan Fitzpatrick, Josh Malcom, Stephanie Malcom, Keith Bottles, Karlyn Bottles and Bryce  Fitzpatrick. Photos courtesy of  RED Arena

RED Arena to open San Marcos location

RED (Riding Equines for the Disabled) Arena is expanding their frontier to San Marcos.

Newly-appointed President Brian Guenther, 40, sits at his desk in his office at San Marcos Academy. Guenther, an educator of 14 years, is beginning his fourth year at San Marcos Academy heading the 111-year-old institution. Daily Record photo by Denise Cathey

The next generation of leadership at the Academy

He looks way too young to be president of San Marcos Academy. My previous experience with the Academy involved Wendell Heathcock, Robert Rice, Jimmy Scott and, in my mind, the

Beyond Meat is designed to look, cook and taste like ground beef with half the fat and no cholesterol or antibiotics. It gluten-free, soy-free, plant-based protein, mixed with potatoes and spices and can go in any of Freebirds' burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, bowls and salads. Photo courtesy of Bread & Butter Public Relations.

Freebirds spices up plant-based options

Freebirds World Burrito, the funky, fast-casual concept known for its customizable, larger-than-life burritos, is the largest multi-unit restaurant to roll out Beyond Meat’s pea-based protein acros

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