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.
Opinion By Ryan Scanlin The world is on fire, the government has ordered us all to chill at home but we’re out of bread so I guess we have to go to the store. I have been a grocery stocker at HEB for almost eight years now. Oh, all the holiday seasons of customers climbing […]
Story by Camelia Juarez, Tae Gallegos and Garrett Moore Spring is upon us bring in the freshest crops to surrounding Texas farmers. Did you know that farmer markets benefit producers, consumers and the community? According to the Agricultural Marketing Servicelocal farmers use these markets to gain exposure while consumers benefit by buying fresh produce and goods. […]