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.
Buzz Mill Market and Mic Night
Every Tuesday night the Buzz Mill, a San Marcos restaurant on Guadalupe Street, hosts a farmers market and open mic night. The farmers market features produce from the Central Texas Farmers Co-op and runs from 4 – 7 p.m., while the open mic night is open to anyone and runs from 8 p.m. until everybody […]
How Two COVID-19 Patients Felt Before And After Getting Vaccinated
In early March, the Governor of Texas Greg Abbott opened the state to 100%. Since opening up the state, the state of Texas has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases. Many Texans are worried about getting any of the three vaccines after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was put on hold. The three vaccines are […]
San Marcos Farmers’ Market Supports Local Farmers
By: Mallorie Sanders The first San Marcos Farmers’ Market of the month kicked off Saturday when San Marcos residents came to support local farmers and artisans. There were many vendors with various items, ranging from fresh vegetables to handmade jewelry. A total of 11 vendors participate in the market each week to display their locally […]