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The photo features a red, gray, and tan building. The roof is tin with gray borders, and a red border underneath. There are three pillars made of stone bricks. A yellow sign on the gray border reads, “Mocha and Javas…Coffee and Tea” in purple writing. There is a blue handicapped sign on the left pillar.


5 Refreshing Drinks to Cool Down with this Summer

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor One thing to know about me is that I cannot go anywhere without a beverage in hand, especially during those super important "errands" I always have to run during the summer, e.g. hitting the Target clearance section, seeing if 5 Below has restocked Squishmallows yet and smelling every single candle Marshalls has to offer. Having a cold drink of some kind to cool down […]

todayMay 5, 2022 22

There is a yellow food truck on the very left of the photo, with a red gazebo to the right. The gazebo has strings of lightbulbs hanging from it, and a small patch of lawn underneath with blue chairs. There are a few people sitting on the lawn area. There is a small stage in the back left corner, with a white tent overhead and a pink, blue and white flag on the front that reads, “Protect Trans Kids.” Four-member group Elephant Ears is performing onstage. There is a small red trailer next to the stage.


Bands and Booths for Trans Youth

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist I attended Bands and Booths for Trans Youth this past weekend, hosted by Ava Productions and Studio San Martian. I had previously attended Vaginafest, which also featured a variety of local artists and vendors, so I was super excited to see what was in store for this event. The event was held to raise money for trans youths in Texas and was held at Red […]

todayMay 4, 2022 44 2

The background is pink with a black grid overlay, and 3 soundtrack albums are scattered across it. The soundtracks read, from left to right, “Undertale Soundtrack,” “Super Mario Galaxy Official Soundtrack,” and, “Kingdom Hearts III”


A Trip Down Rainbow Road: Gen Z’s Nostalgic Video Game Soundtracks

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist I have been a huge fan of playing video games for almost my entire life, so I feel I’m qualified to say one of the most important judgments you can impose on any game is how good its soundtrack is. A game could have the most beautiful storyline, lovable characters and breathtaking graphics, but if I don’t have a song from the soundtrack stuck in […]

todayApril 25, 2022 62 1

A photo of a long wooden gate with big, black metal letters spelling out "Wild Roots Nursery." The sky in the background is gray and cloudy, with a few power lines and scattered buildings in the background.


Growing Your Green Thumb

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor Despite the general aesthetic of having a literal jungle in your living room, plants make great companions that clean your air, brighten your mood, and force you to finally shake the dust off your blinds and let some natural sunlight in. With the warm weather creeping in, now is a great time to start your houseplant addiction, or, for seasoned plant parents, continue to […]

todayApril 22, 2022 94 2

This image features Edwina being walked down the aisle by her mother Mary. Edwina is wearing a floor length white dress, with a floor length veil and over-the-elbow gloves. Mary is wearing a purple dress with lace detailing. The pews on either side are filled with people. White flower petals cover the floor down the aisle.


The Sounds and Scandals of “Bridgerton”

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist This article contains mild spoilers for the second season of “Bridgerton.” The internet is still buzzing with the premier of “Bridgerton” season two, which premiered on March 25. The show’s first season absolutely blew up on social media for its steamy storylines, high drama and captivating characters.  A widely discussed topic was the music of the show, which featured a mix of true classical hits […]

todayApril 14, 2022 25

A green and blue background with the KTSW logo and two women blowing out a cakes with "30" candles on it


KTSW’s 30th Birthday: Interview with Alumni Jonathan Valdez

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor In honor of KTSW’s 30th birthday, I had the opportunity to interview alumni Jonathan Valdez. He originally got his start at KTSW in the programming department working on nightly broadcasts. After applying for a specialty show, the hour-long morning talk show Orange Juice & Biscuits was born. Valdez originally applied for a show with fellow DJ Adrian Peterson, but most of Orange Juice & […]

todayApril 12, 2022 261 1 2

The top of the stage reads, “SXSW OUTDOOR STAGE,” with a large banner on either side that reads, “SXSW 2022 OUTDOOR STAGE AT LADY BIRD LAKE” with a list of sponsors underneath. On stage, 5-piece group Mt. Joy is performing with purple and blue lights behind them.


Mt. Joy at SXSW

By Hannah Walls Music Journalist In 2018, indie rock group Mt. Joy played a SXSW show at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q with only three songs on their setlist. I had the opportunity to hear this little anecdote this past Saturday while anxiously awaiting their 2022 performance on the Outdoor Stage at Lady Bird Lake, the largest SXSW stage. As I stood in the crowd of what had to be hundreds of people […]

todayMarch 24, 2022 48

A photo of the sun setting. The sky is cloudy and mostly gray, except for the bright red and orange sun on the horizon. The tree line and a few small hills can be seen under the sunset.


Should We “Spring Forward” Forever?

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor If you're anything like me, the recent daylight saving "spring forward" was much needed and really lifted me out of my winter funk. When I heard about the Sunshine Protection Act that was passed by the Senate recently, I was pretty happy about the concept of permanent daylight saving time, and, of course, a little curious. What exactly would the passage of this bill […]

todayMarch 23, 2022 26 3

A green field, blue sky, and sun iwth a women sitting staring at the slouds. The cloud are in the shape of the woman symbol


International Women’s Day: 5 Woman-Owned Local Businesses to Support

By Hannah Walls Web Content Contributor Supporting local businesses is always a wonderful way to connect with your community, and it is especially important to support the individual owners behind these businesses.  According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, there were over 13 million women-owned businesses in the United States as of 2021. Here are some great women-owned businesses in San Marcos to visit and support this International […]

todayMarch 8, 2022 24 1

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