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Above, Texas State University students gather with their signs of support for the cultural center behind Dr. Mario Garza, ICI's board of elders chair, and Maria Rocha, ICI's executive director. Below, Emily Aguilar explains the importance of community engagement with the Indigenous Cultures Center to a crowd of ICI representatives, local students, community members and members of the press. Photos by Madi Telschow/San Marcos Publishing

An Indigenous Cultures Center for Hays County

The Indigenous Cultures Institute announced its plans for an Indigenous Cultures Center in Hays County on Monday during the first federally recognized Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

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Black's BBQ San Marcos and its other locations smoked about 4,000 pounds of chopped brisket, 2,000 pounds of pulled pork, 600 pounds of ribs, and around 1,500 links of their original Blacks BBQ sausage on a stick to sell at Austin City Limits music festival. Above, Eric Lenderman and third-generation pitmaster Kent Black pose for a photo. Photo submitted by Black's BBQ San Marcos. Below. ACL festival-goers purchase barbecue from Black's. Daily Record photo by Colton Ashabranner

BARBECUE AND BEATS: Black's BBQ San Marcos smokes tons of meat for ACL Festival

The Austin City Limits Music Festival – (ACL) wrapped up its two-weekend event Sunday at Zilker Park.


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