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“Kissing Alley” in downtown San Marcos. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS

‘Sent from Kissing Alley’ Valentine deliveries slated

Love is the air in San Marcos, and residents and visitors can now send their love from one of the most romantic spots in the United States.  

Last Valentine’s Day, the city’s downtown was named as one of the most romantic downtowns in America by Main Street America. This year the city’s Main Street office is celebrating by helping people spread the love from one of the most romantic destinations in our love-filled downtown, Kissing Alley.

Jesus Hernandez and Luis Trejo. PHOTO COURTESY OF SAN MARCOS CISD

Top scholars were ‘newcomers’ 4 years ago

Both Jesus Hernandez and Luis Trejo moved to the United States during their 9th grade school year and entered San Marcos High School through the Newcomer program. Now less than four years later, to say they have adjusted would be an understatement, for both young men have earned places in the top 10 percent of the 2017 graduating class of San Marcos High School.

Birthday party for Kyle Depot and Museum free on Feb. 11

The Hays County Historical Commission invites the public to celebrate the 100-year birthday of the newly restored Kyle Depot and Museum on Feb. 11.

In addition to free tours of the museum, there will be a showing of the documentary “Next Stop Kyle,” based on the founding of Kyle by the International & Great Northern Railroad. There will also be cake and cookies for the celebration, which is from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 11 at 400 N. Front Street, Kyle. 

 For more information, email kyledepot@gmail.com or call 512-262-1188.

Students John Moreno and Devin Rivas look at slides through microscopes to decide which organisms are or aren’t found in the Edwards Aquifer at the Edwards Aquifer Authority station during the Science Fair at Irene K. Mendez Elementary.

 

Evali Ramirez uses gloves to handle an earthworm at the “What is in Your Garden Soil?” station. DAILY RECORD PHOTOS BY DENISE CATHEY

Ruby Gonzalez pours iron filings onto a plastic lid to demonstrate magnetism to Josiah Soto at the Society of Physics Students at Texas State.

 

Wellness Coordinator Sonia Martinez holds up a jar of pseudo blood to show children what happens to your blood as you consume sugar at the CTMC station.

 

A scene from “Tiramisu for Two” shot outside San Marcos’ iconic Yellow Store. PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY JORDAN BUCKLEY

Peter Gonzales portrays Valentino in the movie. 

 

Film shot in San Marcos debuts this week at The Spot

Jordan Buckley - Special to the Record

A new yet already classic San Marcos-shot feature film will screen for a week beginning Monday, thanks to the wise experimentation of theater owner Mitchell Roberts in bringing “Tiramisu for Two” to EVO’s latest concept, The Spot.

The Springtown Center parking lot where the sleek theatre resides actually hosted a scene from the international film, which follows Giorgio, a wayward protagonist in Rome who resolves to pursue his long lost love: Hope, a San Marcos gal he met decades ago.

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