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Roughhouse Brewing, located 680 Oakwood Loop in San Marcos, was allowed to reopen after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission made another move late Thursday that allowed breweries with open air seating, kitchen, restaurant or permanent food truck, to reopen under certain circumstances. 

TABC allows breweries to reopen under certain circumstances

It's a matter of interpretation — and a little math — as to whether your favorite Texas brewery has reopened.

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Above, Hays County Sheriff Gary Cutler hands out a free barbecue meal in Kyle on Sunday. Left, Hays County Constable Precinct 1 David Peterson prepares to load a meal into a car. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

DRIVE-THRU BBQ: Hays County law enforcement holds free meal event in Kyle

Motorists near the North Hays Optimist Fields on Goforth Road in Kyle may have thought a celebrity was in town based on the long line of traffic.

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Local breweries like Middleton Brewing and Roughhouse Brewing have been impacted by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's indecision regarding bar and brewery closures. Above, Middleton Brewing shows off a growler and a pint of beer. Left, Davy and Alex Pasternak showcases their beers from Roughhouse Brewing. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter 

HOPPIN' MAD: Local breweries caught in TABC's indecision amid virus closures

Editor’s Note: Bars and breweries that make 51% of their income from alcohol sales have been closed since late June after Gov.

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Above, North Street's Chicken 65 taco — fried chicken, tossed in their chili wing sauce, served with coco rice, red cabbage, queso fresco, lemon cucumber riata, jalapeno crema and cilantro — accompanied by a side of waffle fries. Left, North Street's Curry Queso, a wonderful concoction of housemade curry spices and melted cheese. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: North Street

Are you a foodie looking for unique flavor combinations? Then go no further than North Street Beer and Curry Shop.

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The Family Justice Center, located at 215 S. Reimer, works to aid victims of domestic violence. Above, FJC Board President Cynthia Fowler and FJC Executive Director Gabriela Lara stand in front of their road sign. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Family Justice Center aids domestic abuse victims

Statistics reveal an alarming trend exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic leaving crisis centers scrambling.

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Above, a barbecue plate from San Marcos BBQ featuring brisket, pork ribs, sausage, a heaping side of loaded mashed potatoes and pinto beans served with all the fixings. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: San Marcos BBQ

Nothing says the Fourth of July like a good old-fashioned barbecue.

But if you’re among the unfortunate ones who don't have a smoker, well you’re still in luck.

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Above,  fireworks go off at the City of San Marcos's annual fireworks show in 2019. The city has postponed this year's fireworks display until further notice amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Below, Michael Hogan operates Mr. B’s Fireworks, located on Ranch Road 12 just outside Wimberley, where he sells a variety of fireworks to help raise funds for nonprofit organization, Freedom14 Camp. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Fireworks fun — few and far between

Watching the rocket’s red glare may be a bit of a challenge this Independence Day.


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