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Squaredeal is an online market that showcases the work of artists in the Central Texas corridor. Graphic from

Buying Better

Last March, in response to a growing need for connectivity and commerce within the Central Texas corridor, Davis and Patton Jones launched Squaredeal CTX, a digital marketplace for local artists to sell their goods online.

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Above, CRAFTHouse's chopped brisket grilled cheese served with savory chopped brisket topped with red onions and pickles in between classic American cheese and generously buttered sourdough bread. Below, CRAFTHouse's Craft classic burger, which comes with a 100% black angus beef patty, lettuce, tomato, red onion, pickles, American cheese served on a brioche bun.  Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: CRAFTHouse Kitchen & Tap

Chomping into the first bite of CRAFTHouse Kitchen & Tap’s classic burger provided a much-needed lunchtime boost. 

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A two-car accident at the corner of Thorpe and Robbie lanes near H-E-B located at 641 E. Hopkins St. shut down traffic on the roadway for a short period of time Tuesday afternoon. Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the scene, including the Hays County Sheriff's Office, San Marcos Police Department and Texas State University Police. No additional information was available at press time Tuesday. Above, law enforcement examines the scene of the accident on Tuesday. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Hays County Sheriff’s Office arrests teen after car chase results in collision

Hays County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a Kyle teenager after a short car chase Tuesday afternoon resulted in a two-car collision in San Marcos. 

Furly Art

Partially-inspired by his wife, musician and clown Molly Jane, Furly has begun a series of paintings featuring clowns on break. Photo by Celeste Hollister

Furly Art

A whole mood: Furly has recently begun to paint hyper-realistic, vibrantly-colored cow skulls. Photo from Furly’s Facebook gallery

Furly Art

Furly Travis started sketching in junior high and began painting in high school. In his 20s, he started painting more seriously and steadily, completing on average a painting per week and selling them around town, at places like the Triple Crown and Wake the Dead.

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