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Above, Jobell Cafe & Bistro's half sandwich and cup of soup, featuring an avocado and tomato grilled cheese sandwich and southwestern corn soup. Below, a Wagyu burger served with a 6-ounce patty, jalapeno bacon, goat cheese, pickles, spring mix on a poppy seed kaiser roll and side of fries. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Jobell Cafe & Bistro

Hays County is full of great eating places — from food trucks to fine dining — it’s all here.

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San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson recognized Dr. Paul Thomson Sr. and Mother Ora L. Thompson (pictured above), the Pentecostal Temple Church of God in Christ of San Marcos’s leaders, with a proclamation during a weekend celebration. Photos submitted by Curtis Marshall

Mayor recognizes Pentecostal Temple Church of God in Christ of San Marcos’ leaders with proclamation

San Marcos Mayor Jane Hughson recognized Dr. Paul Thomson Sr. and Mother Ora L.

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People have long been fascinated with the business of death, particularly the customs surrounding funerals and burials.
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Q.Do you have any information about the business of death — like funerals, obituaries, customs and

Interactive murder mystery ’Murder‘s In the Heir’ set for Oct. 27-30 at the Price Center

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Interactive murder mystery ’Murder‘s In the Heir’ set for Oct. 27-30 at the Price Center

Halloween weekend is the perfect time for the Broke Thespians Theatre Company’s (BTTC) final show of its 2022 season, “Murder’s in the Heir,” Oct. 27 - 30 at the Price Center. The play, by 2015 Ovation Artist Award winner, Billy St. John, turns the game of Clue into performance art. Almost every character in this mystery has the weapon, opportunity and motive to commit the unseen murder. And it’s up to the audience to decide who did it.

Chenille, Taffeta and Velvet: Making gardens upscale in 2023

In late May, Upscale Red Velvet bee balm has many more blooms showing the true potential of this first-year flower. The partners Meant to Bee Queen Nectarine and Meant to Bee Royal Raspberry agastaches also make their debut in 2023.

Chenille, Taffeta and Velvet: Making gardens upscale in 2023

Scarlet bee balm, nature’s self-made July 4 firework display. Photos by Norman Winter

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Norman Winter horticulturalist, author, and speaker

Chenille, Taffeta and Velvet: Making gardens upscale in 2023

Chenille, Taffeta and Velvet may sound like the hottest designer fabrics for 2023, but they are the newest Upscale Monarda or bee balm coming out this spring. The Upscale Monarda series from Proven Winners packs native DNA from 23 states and Canada that will allow you to create the pollinator habitat of your dreams.

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Texas Pie Company is known for its pies but we tried the restaurant's lunch. Above, a turkey and Swiss sandwich. Below, a ham and cheddar sandwich. Both handheld meals came with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions and jalapenos. Mayo and mustard were served on the side. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter & Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: Texas Pie Company

This week’s Foodie Friday took us up to Kyle.

We visited Texas Pie Company where this eatery’s slogan is simple: “Life is short, Eat more pie.”

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