Britton Richter and Mariah Simank

Picks of the Week

For the “Riot Grrrl”:

Female punk rock is on the rise, and if you associate yourself with the feminist movement, then Sleater-Kinney’s album “No Cities to Love” is for you. Riot Grrrl, the overarching name for the 90’s feminist punk rock movement, is fronted by bands like Sleater-Kinney. These punk rock ladies hail from the Pacific Northwest and can fuel an audience through hump-day blues and get you pumped for the weekend. This album was released Jan. 20 and has been a hit ever since.  

For the class clown:

Picks of the Weekend

For the undiscovered artist:

The San Marcos Public Library and San Marcos Activity Center is hosting STREAMFest Jan 31, 2015. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. STREAMFest brings art into a wide array of interests. This mini-festival has something to interest every age group and skill level. The incorporation of science, technology, reading and writing, engineering, art and mathematics guarantees all who attend will be satisfied.  

For the proud partier:

Thursday is theme night at Stonewall Warehouse, San Marcos’ first and only LGBTQIA bar. Jan. 22 patrons can dig up their favorite 80’s wear and enthusiasm for dancing. With a ten-dollar cover charge and everyone 18 and over admitted, this new bar promises a night no one will forget.

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