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COLORFUL CREATION

To address graffiti discovered underneath the Cheatham Street bridge, Keep San Marcos Beautiful staff designed and painted the Kaleidoscope No. 19 mural. Above, the new mural underneath bridge next to the San Marcos River. Photo courtesy of the San Marcos Area Chamber of Commerce. Below, Keep San Marcos Beautiful staff, volunteers and members of the San Marcos Mural Arts Program Committee paint the Kaleidoscope No. 19 mural. Photo courtesy of the City of San Marcos

COLORFUL CREATION

During the construction of the San Marcos Shared-Use Path Trail Project, a significant amount of graffiti was discovered underneath the Cheatham Street bridge. In order to remedy this issue, Community Enhancement Initiatives Manager Amy Thomaides and Innovation Manager Charlotte Wattigny designed the Kaleidoscope No. 19 mural to be painted on the underside of the bridge. The name is a nod to the 19 separate colors used within the mural.

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Above, The Root Cellar Cafe's Hill Country Benedict, a split biscuit, sausage patties, scrambled eggs and jalapeno gravy served with homestyle potatoes and fresh fruit. Below, Root Cellar's Tin Top Old Fashioned Burger — a hand-pressed, house seasoned pork and beef mixed patty with lettuce, tomato, grilled onion, house pickles, house mustard and mayo served on a brioche bun. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: The Root Cellar Cafe

On a brisk afternoon warmed by a heater, The Root Cellar Cafe’s new additional outdoor seating area combined with its always fresh and delicious food provided an excellent dining experience.

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Central Texas Food Bank and the City of Kyle will hold its first mass food distribution of the year on Saturday at the Hays Campus of Austin Community College from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Above, a CTXFB volunteer places food in a trunk during a food distribution in 2020. Photo courtesy of Central Texas Food Bank

Central Texas Food Bank, Kyle to hold first mass food drive of the year

In a continued partnership with the Central Texas Food Bank, the City of Kyle will host its first mass food distribution of the new year on Saturday at the Austin Community College Hays Campus.

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