I went down to the square in San Marcos right at sundown as a bit of a metaphor for the nearing end of the lock-down for most people in Texas. Though, thematic timing aside I wanted to try and capture the effects that the lock-down has had on the small area and the current state as a message to what it’s like on a regular night when there’s no one out and about.
By: Victoria Marin A Texas brewery and taproom, Hops & Grain, is set to open a new location in San Marcos. Hops & Grain is an East Austin-based brewery that specializes in brewing award-winning, sustainable craft beer. The original location opened in October 2011 by founder Josh Hare. The brewery strives to act on its […]
By Allison Jones On March 13, 2020, students across the country left campus for what was expected to be a two-week lockdown period due to the COVID-19 virus. For some, however, that was the last time they’ve stepped foot into a classroom. For others, they’ve yet to step into a college classroom. Freshman and seniors […]
Citizens of San Marcos give their insight on arcade culture, and video game culture in general. Video story by Isaac Thomison. Owner of Texas Games Lounge, Imran Acosta, gives insight on how arcades are changing for the next generation. Video story by Mason Thayer