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The Hornets, champions of the 1964 Pony League division, pictured before their fifth straight victory of the year. From left to right, front row: Larry Manjang, Charles Callihan, Ronnie Burleson, Ronnie Cheatham and Samuel Johnson. Second row: Johnny Burleson, Vernon Williams, Tommy Jackson and Johnny Bratton. Back row: Coach John Odem, Royce Holmes and Coach Alonzo Hardge Jr.  Daily Record file photo

‘Remembering Hardge's Hornets’

The San Marcos Public Library and the Calaboose African American History Museum are hosting a Black History Month program that will tell the little known history of the Hornets, a

Anya, played byLila Coogan, and the company of the National Tour of "Anastasia" perform the scene from the song "Once Upon a December." Photo by Evan Zimmerman

'Anastasia' comes to life on Broadway

For many of us, our fascination with Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov began with movies, either the 1956 classic starring Ingrid Bergman and Yul Brenner, or the enchanting animated musical of 1997.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church will be serving lunch at Cottage kitchen this week. Pictured are Ellie Stewart, Sue Palmer, Dolores Pair, Emily Pruitt, Kate Pettit, Dianne Pape, Vickye Lambdin, Tracy Herman, Linda Keese, Adelaide McAninch, Joan Mathews and Mary Hamilton. Photo courtesy of St. Mark's

Cottage Kitchen Luncheon

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 E. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8. 

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