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Bobcat Magazine | October 21, 2017

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San Marcos

Central Texas takes a spin on America’s fastest highway

January 2, 2013 |

Texas 130, the 90-mile eastern tollway that planners predict will change the face of Central Texas, seeks fast company. Read More

A moveable feast heads north

January 2, 2013 |

Little more than a year after the city council legalized food trucks, at least a dozen of the mobile meal tickets have popped up at two downtown area hubs, The Hitch and Mimi’s.Read More

Zelick’s dodges early last call

January 2, 2013 |

The party shows no sign of slowing at Zelick’s.Read More

Unicycle football reinventing the wheel

January 2, 2013 |

San Marcos will star in an ode to strangeness alongside lobster boat races in Maine and a calf testicle cookoff in Oklahoma.Read More

Click: Zelick’s Icehouse

January 1, 2013 |

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A scandal at the San Marcos ballet school

January 1, 2013 |

A scandal at the Central Texas Ballet Conservatory isn’t as much about sex as it is about our stand-by suspicions.Read More

Is paradise lost?

January 1, 2013 |

Most San Marcos ‘environmentalists’ emerge when it is convenient. It is convenient when one’s self interest is in play.Read More

Confessions of a small town reporter

January 1, 2013 |

Twenty years ago, San Marcos was a pretty strange place. But it had nothing on a nearby village we’ll just call Juniper.Read More

Q&A: Justin Furstenfeld on his San Marcos homecoming

September 1, 2012 |

San Marcos’ favorite hometown post-grunge rock band is set to perform its first show on the square in more than a year.Read More

Why San Marcos loved Rob Robinson

September 1, 2012 |

by WES FERGUSON

When he died in the spring, at age 59, the body of downtown shopkeeper Rob Robinson was transported to a laboratory in Lockhart so a medical examiner could determine his cause of death.

The physician observed … Read More