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Central Texas kids ages 7 - 14 have a new resource to learn computer coding and problem-solving skills in a fun, innovative way at Code Ninjas in Kyle. Photos courtesy of Fishman Public Relations

Code Ninjas Teaches Kids Coding the Cool Way

Say the words, “video game” and your kids are bound to stop and listen. The local owners of a new Code Ninjas, a learning center that debuted March 13 at 844 Kohlers Crossing, Ste.

 CTMC is celebrating National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) on April 16 with the two viewings of  “Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject.” Daily Record file photo

CTMC celebrates National Healthcare Decisions Day

Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) Hospice Care, along with other national, state and community organizations, are leading a massive effort to highlight the importance of advance healthcare decisi

Downtown Walkabout attendee Kelly Scott looks through Tiny Amber Taylor’s booth of paintings and handmade jewelry at the Porch during a Third Thursday Downtown Walkabout. Businesses will be keeping their doors open a little longer tonight and even offering specials during the event. Daily Record photo by Rachel Willis

Downtown Walkabout steps into spring

The Downtown Association (DTA) of San Marcos is hosting the kick off 2019 Third Thursday March Walkabout today from 6-9 p.m. 

Brookfield Residential's first baby-boomer centric community, Kissing Tree, located in San Marcos, recently won a Gold Award for Best Brochure for a Master-Planned Community at the National Association of Home Builders’  The Nationals awards. Photo courtesy of  Kissing Tree

Kissing Tree wins national marketing awards

Kissing Tree, the first baby-boomer centric community from Brookfield Residential, recently won a Gold Award for Best Brochure for a Master-Planned Community at the National Association of Home Bui

The San Marcos Main Street Program recently named Tantra Coffeehouse the February Downtown Business of the Month. From left are Main Street Interim Manager Josie Falletta, Business Owner Adam Lilley, Main Street Organization Chair Linda Coker and Main Street Administrative Assistant Michael Royal. Photo courtesy of  the city of San Marcos

Tantra named Downtown Business of the Month

The San Marcos Main Street Program has named Tantra Coffeehouse February’s Downtown Business of the Month for their investment in the downtown community, curb appeal and unique customer experience.

The San Marcos Main Street program will be hosting the Cottage Kitchen Luncheon this Friday. Photo submitted by city of San Marcos

Cottage Kitchen Luncheon

The San Marcos Main Street Program will host lunch at the Charles S. Cock House Museum, located at 400 E. Hopkins Street, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15. 

In Texas State University’s production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” with the help of his indentured spirit Ariel (Rachel Webb), exiled duke Prospero (Elizabeth Rees) engineers a meeting between the son of the King of Naples, Ferdinand (Jessica Healey), and his own daughter Miranda (Amber Mawnde-Spytek).  Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

‘The Tempest’

Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents “The Tempest,” directed by Bruce Turk. The production opens today and runs until Feb. 17 in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre.

Jane Eyre (Devyn Collie) officially meets her mysterious employer Edward Rochester (Derek Smootz) with his housekeeper Mrs. Fairfax (Karin Cunningham) while serving as a governess to his ward Adele at Thornfield Hall in “Jane Eyre, the Musical” at the EmilyAnn Theater. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey

EmilyAnn brings 'Jane Eyre' to life

The EmilyAnn Theatre is undertaking the daunting task of staging the Tonynominated production, "Jane Eyre, the Musical," Charlotte Brontë’s classic Gothic romance brought to life. This musical adaptation follows the

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