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Texas State Mariachi Lince de Oro performs at the Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos' annual "Noche de Gala:" on Saturday. Daily Record photos by Rachel Sonnier

Centro holds annual Noche de Gala

Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos celebrated their annual “Noche de Gala” Saturday evening at the Embassy Suites San Marcos Hotel and Conference Center. 

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"Choppin," the original piece by artist Robert Jones that historian Jo Snider bought. Photos courtesy of Robert Jones

'Claiming Sunday'

To mark the 400th anniversary of the beginning of slavery in America, the San Marcos Public Library will be hosting a panel discussion with author and historian Joleene “Jo” Snider

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Pineapple Ninjaz's Kickin' Chicken Bowls with pan seared orange chicken and the Guhmp Bowl with grilled shrimp. Photos courtesy of  ATX Food Truck Festivals LLC

San Marcos Food Truck Festival

Food is a binding force; it can comfort and warm; it can help us experience others’ cultures and it is the root of so many gatherings.

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Lost River Film Festival attendees Bri Lee, Kelly Stone and Chris Champion enjoy a screening during the Price Center Garden Party during the 2017 film festival. Photos by Christopher Paul Cardoza

Lost River Film Festival kicks off Oct. 17

The Lost River Film Festival, San Marcos’ four-day gathering of independent cinema worship, will be kicking off its diverse lineup of international, domestic and local films starting Thursday, Oct. 17

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Crab fisherman Bang Nguyen rebaits a crab trap on Trinity Bay in a film shot of the documentary "Seadrift." Photos courtesy of Title 8 Productions, LLC


The small Texas city of Seadrift found itself in the national spotlight in 1979 after simmering tensions came to a violent and deadly head. During the long grind of the

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Daughters of Ruben Ruiz Sr., Dr. Rosina Ruiz Valle and Rhea Kimbell, stand in front of the Rosina Records display at Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos. Their father named the record label and publishing company after both of his daughters respectively. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

Rosina Records reborn

In the 1960s, 70s and early 80s, Rosina Records was an independently-owned record label based in San Marcos. Its catalog included Chicano Soul and early recordings of Tejano music legends.


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