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KZSM: Featuring a San Marcos Legend—The Henry Invisible Show

Our newest music show at KZSM 104.1 FM and KZSM.org showcases a performer who is rapidly becoming a San Marcos legend. “The Henry Invisible Show” airs Wednesdays 4-6 p.m., hosted by the winner of three San Marcos Music Awards— Best Artist, Best Funk Artist, and Best Producer. His website describes Henry Invisible (Henry Roland) as “a multi-instrumentalist producer who live-loops and layers vocal harmonies, dynamic guitar riffs, bass grooves, soulful keyboards, drum machines and powerful percussion to create original, high-energy dance music that resembles a solid six-piece ensemble.”

Cloudy with a chance of darkness

The Diamond Ring phase of the eclipse is when Baily's Beads, which are points of light that shine around the moon's edges, begin to disappear. A single bright spot will remain along the edge of the moon's shadow before the total eclipse when the sun's corona becomes visible.
Graphic by Metro Creative

Cloudy with a chance of darkness

There are plenty of viewing parties hosted across Hays County. For a more indepth list, visit www.haysinformed.com.
Graphic from haysinformed.com

Cloudy with a chance of darkness

The National Weather Service has bad news for eclipse chasers. The forecast for Hays County, and much of Texas, is predicting that it will likely be cloudy all day, and there is a chance of rain in the afternoon. But all is not lost as Hays County Emergency Services Director Mike Jones said you will still get to experience the drastic change from day to night as well as the nocturnal critters emerging for their nightly routines.

CAJUNFEST, NEED I SAY MORE?

CAJUNFEST, NEED I SAY MORE?

Wehavealotgoingonthisweekendand many visitors coming into the Hill Country ahead of Monday’s eclipse. Therefore, my goal is to be as chill as possible while remembering that the streets and stores may be a little more crowded than usual, so please go easy on our Little HEB. First up on the fun things list is Backbone Tavern’s Cajunfest and Gumbo Cookoff this Saturday starting at 8 a.m. In addition to some of the best dang gumbo you’ll taste west of the Neches, this event will feature brass band music, a live screen printing, vinyl records, adult snow cones, a tattoo popup and boudin. Tickets are $10 or $20 to judge, and are available at devilsbackbonetavern.com/live-music. Two markets to check out on Saturday: The Vanilla Bean Market on the Square from noon to 5 p.m. and Abracadavar Witches Market at Wake the Dead Coffeehouse starting at 5 p.m. Vanilla Bean Market will have 50 vendors with music, food options, jewelry and more, including curated vintage clothing and handmade goods. Wake the Dead is stop #42 on the MotherShip San Marcos Studio Tour, too, so check out some amazing artists and their art while you’re there. Then hang around until 6 p.m. for the “When the River Speaks” publication party and poetry open mic, presented by the San Marcos Public Library.

Taking Shape

Work on the new end-zone complex continues to take shape. The cover was recently added which be on top of the new weight room that will also have additional seating for those in attendance.
Daily Record photo by Colton McWillliams

Taking Shape

Taking Shape

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Fins Up for Mermaid Society SMTX! AquaReinas Mary O’Hara and Laura Cordona (above) handed out free cupcakes over the Easter weekend to celebrate the nonprofit organization’s 9th birthday on Saturday, March 30 at the San Marcos Dive Shop. The AquaReinas gave out free cupcakes to passersby to commemorate the day. O’Hara and Cardona both serve as executive team leaders for Mermaid Society SMTX. Bottom left, the Mermaid Society SMTX, which was founded by July Holbrook, is an eco-friendly education and stewardship community united by the symbol of the San Marcos Mermaid. Bottom right, O’Hara (center) celebrates with San Marcos resident mermaids-in-training Moira Mae Adams (left) and Penelope Louise Adams (right).
Daily Record photos by Celeste Cook

FINS UP

Mermaids celebrate 9 year anniversary

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