Buildings with an assortment of uses are featured in the 38th Annual Heritage Association Tour of Homes, “Revisiting Historic Hopkins: Gateway to San Marcos”, taking place on May 4-5, where participants will gain a whole new perspective on the familiar street.
Texas State Professor Ian Davidson has been named a U.S. Fulbright Scholar and awarded a grant to visit Tumaini University Makumira in Tanzania.
Soul Track Mind will be hosting their CD release event at the Keep San Marcos Beautiful Spring Concert Series on Thursday, April 25 at San Marcos Plaza Park, 401 E. Hopkins. Other acts include The Georges and Ashleigh Stone. The concert begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Kandinsky Trio will perform at Evans Auditorium on April 16 as part of the Common Experience program at Texas State.
Travis Tritt has come a long way since his Vienne sausage days in Georgia, garnering a variety of prestigious music industry awards. He plays Texas Music Theater on Friday.
Professional sports and live events are big business in Texas, and a bill before state legislators today aims to ensure fans who buy tickets can resell them or give them away without interference from venues or ticket brokers. But opponents of the measure say it actually protects scalpers and the secondary ticket market — not consumers.
San Marcos’ homegrown Unicycle Football League was featured on a recent episode of the Travel Channel show, “Edge of America.” The six-minute segment aired last week.
Guadalupe García McCall’s debut novel, Under the Mesquite, has been given the Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children’s Book Award by Texas State.
Plus: Called “Hollywood’s favorite extra,” alumnus Jesse Heiman stars in Super Bowl commercial.
Mark Hollmann, who composed the award-winning 2001 Urinetown, will be the 2013 composer in residence at Texas State, which is putting on the production this spring.