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Truly Delicious

The world turned upside down: Fresh Bing cherries help give George Washington a fair remembrance this President's Day. Photo by Metro Creative

Truly Delicious

The month of February has a few important events to celebrate. In the United States, one such event is Presidents’ Day, which this year will be observed on Monday, Feb. 15. Presidents’ Day honors both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, two influential presidents who were born in February.

Art & Community

’Miss Anna — Love Shared and Received’ by Canyon Lake artist, Cheryl Wooten, is one of the pieces featured in the International Women’s Day Price Center’s exhibit celebrating the artwork of area women artists. Submitted photo

Art & Community

A call for art focusing on women and their work is underway for a new gallery show coming to the Price Center in conjunction with International Women’s Day, which takes place on March 8. The show, titled “From Challenge Comes Change,” is open to all area women and those who identify as female. Plans call for a virtual and in-person show as well as a virtual celebration on March 8.

Flambé : The 2021 Pantone Color Choices of the Year
Flambé : The 2021 Pantone Color Choices of the Year

Flambé Yellow strawflower and Supertunia Royal Velvet petunia is an incredible partnership of color.

Flambé : The 2021 Pantone Color Choices of the Year

Flambé Yellow strawflower with its gray leaves and stems fits the 2021 Pantone Colors of the Year almost to perfection.

Flambé : The 2021 Pantone Color Choices of the Year

Flambé Yellow creates a dazzling complementary color scheme with Artist Blue Ageratum. Photos by Norman Winter

Flambé : The 2021 Pantone Color Choices of the Year

Pantone, the gurus of all things color, has selected Ultimate Gray and Illuminating Yellow for the 2021 Colors of the Year. Some headlines call it Pandemic Gray but The Garden Guy loves it and you will see it opens the door to one of the toughest, persevering and award-winning plants of all time, Flambé Yellow chrysocephalum.

The many ways walking benefits your body

San Marcos has a number of easily-accessible natural areas with walking trails, perfect for helping people to get outside and stay healthy. Photo by Metro Graphics

The many ways walking benefits your body

Life changed dramatically in 2020. When the World Health Organization declared a COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, hundreds of millions of people across the globe were forced to change how they go about their daily lives, including how they exercise.

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