By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor Living in San Marcos as a college student means there are always options for wanting to go out. Maybe a friend is throwing a party, maybe there’s a concert at The Marc, or maybe you … Continue reading What Nightlife Looks Like for Students in San Marcos
By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager “Power to the people.” What does that mean to you? Protesting is a powerful tool at your discretion: all you have to do is show up. I understand that protesting isn’t for everybody, especially … Continue reading The Power of Protest
By Andrea MauWeb Content Contributor On Sunday, I attended the Austin Rally & March For Black Lives. The experience was transformative not just for me personally, but for Texas as a whole to have so many come out in support … Continue reading Three Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Protest
By Brittany AndersonAssistant Web Content Manager AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is cautioning Texans to be aware of scams in light of the statewide Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency. “Situations like this usually bring the best of our communities to … Continue reading Attorney General Ken Paxton Warns Against Scammers Amid Coronavirus Emergency
By Timia CobbWeb Content Contributor As soon I learned Bernie Sanders was hosting a rally in Austin, Texas, I knew I had to attend. I gathered a group of friends and drove to Austin first thing in the morning and … Continue reading Feeling the Bern: What it’s Like to Attend a Bernie Sanders Rally
By Tania ZapienMusic Journalist AUSTIN, TX— On Wednesday, Jan. 22, ACL Live at The Moody Theater hosted the third annual Hi, How Are You Day show in honor of Austin artist, Daniel Johnston. The event celebrated Johnston’s life work of … Continue reading HI, HOW ARE YOU DAY
By Jessie BonnerMusic Journalist Todrick Hall is a performer of many talents. He was on season nine of American Idol, had his own show on MTV, and was a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race. He even performed on Broadway in … Continue reading Todrick Hall at Emo’s
By Shane WillenborgMusic Journalist Up-and-coming art rock group Glasshealer is making their debut this month with the release of their first single “Empty Bottles.” The group is comprised of Jared Marxuah, Hayden Steckel, Ernesto Grey and James Owens. The Austin … Continue reading Who is Glasshealer?
By Lauren FloydMusic Journalist With Austin being dubbed the “live music capital of the world” and San Marcos being the historic home to Float Fest and countless live music venues, it’s very obvious that the local music scene that sprawls … Continue reading A Glimpse Into the Local Music Scene
By Jake DromgooleMusic Journalist Ah, autumn in Austin, Texas. Where the temperatures rise and fall thirty degrees overnight, and sweater weather quickly becomes just plain sweat weather. Oct. 14 at the Mohawk was one of those warmer nights, made warmer … Continue reading Concert Review: DIIV at Mohawk
By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor We have all tossed around a Frisbee in our day. Some of us have even taken it to the next level and have played Ultimate Frisbee. But if you are lazy like me and … Continue reading Disc Golf: An Oddly Popular Sport in Central Texas
By Madisen Gummer Music Journalist Saturday October 12, Julia Jacklin filled The Parish in Austin, TX with her incredible vocals and meticulously thought out and nuanced setlist. Her ACL late night show gave folk rock fans from the area a … Continue reading Julia Jacklin Show Review
By Aimee HuckebaMusic Journalist On Saturday, September 14, I had the pleasure of seeing Whitney at Mohawk in Austin. I have not seen this band live since October 2017 when they were touring their debut album, Light Upon the Lake. … Continue reading Concert Review: Whitney at Mohawk
By Tania ZapienMusic Journalist When I found out pop/punk veterans, New Found Glory was bringing their From the Screen to Your Stereo to Your Town tour to Emo’s in Austin on Tuesday night, I couldn’t resist. As a teenager, I … Continue reading New Found Glory: The Show That Restored My Faith in Pop/Punk
By Bradley BarnesMusic Journalist Psychedelic music, by its very nature, is constantly evolving, changing and adapting. In the 1960s, psychedelic rock began as an experimental form of rock and roll, and proved to be an influential sub-genre. Shoegaze, heavy metal, … Continue reading 5 Austin Bands Keeping Psychedelic Music Alive
By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor San Marcos is a special place. There are plenty of great things to do in our community and if you want to drive into Austin or San Antonio, you easily can. However, the idea … Continue reading Don’t be Afraid to be a Tourist in Your City!
By Shane Willenborg Music Journalist EP: On Corners & Shapes Artist: Quiet Company Release date: February 1, 2019 Website: http://www.quietcompanymusic.com After a transformative year in 2016, in which the band cycled through several members, Quiet Company strayed away from its … Continue reading Quiet Company: On Corners & Shapes EP Review
By Daniel Richter Web Content Contributor Do you love tacos? If yes, then you will love Tacotopia, an aesthetically excellent taco experience in South Austin for a limited time. Kicking off their North American tour in Austin, Tacotopia is a … Continue reading Spice Up Your Instagram at Tacotopia!
By Madisen GummerMusic Journalist Thursday, Feb. 28, indie rock fans from all over the Austin area packed into Emo’s for an insane night. There’s nothing like starting your weekend off in a rough and sweaty mosh pit with one of … Continue reading Car Seat Headrest Concert Review
By Cheyenne YoungMusic Journalist When I say I haven’t stopped talking about this band for months on end, I mean it. I think I talk about GOOD. more often than GOOD. talks about GOOD. Over the weekend, I had the … Continue reading An Interview with GOOD.