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Hopkins St. in San Marcos, opened in July 2017. Blue Dahlia serves European-inspired breakfast, lunch and dinner items, such as crepes, sharable platters and tartines; the menu also includes desserts, coffee, espresso, wine and locally crafted beer on tap. Customers can enjoy their meals while surrounded by exposed-brick walls, low lighting and patio seating that is meant to give the impression of the narrow streets of ancient European cities. “The building we found for our San Marcos location was just perfect,” Amy said. “We have a beautiful garden courtyard with walls that are the oldest structure in San Marcos, dating back to the 1800s.” The Ramirezes’ efforts to preserve the building did not go unnoticed: The landmarks committee of the Heritage Association of San Marcos annually awards up to four projects in structures at least 75 years old; in 2017 the Ramirezes were honored along with two other property owners. They have also become involved in the community, turning the restaurant’s July 27 anniversary celebration into a benefit for those affected by the July 20 fire that killed five people and left 200 homeless. The San Marcos Blue Dahlia is the third in the region—the first location opened in 2007 in East Austin and the second in 2012 in Westlake—and the Ramirezes are now looking to expand further into events. “I’d like to grow our catering business,” Amy said. “Our next goal is to start off-site catering, especially for weddings.
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1 – images that flashed around the world. During the Sept. 20 protests, Spanish police were trapped inside a Barcelona building and their vehicles were destroyed as anger among those favouring independence boiled over. The Spanish police were trying to halt the referendum. The rally was attended by current regional leader, Quim Torra, and Catalan parliament speaker, Roger Torrent. Both demanded the release of some jailed Catalan leaders and to push ahead with the independence drive. People chanted pro-independence slogans in Catalan, shouting: “Llibertat presos politics” (“freedom for political prisoners”). After the vote on Oct. 1, Catalonia made a declaration of independence that led to Madrid taking over the regional administration. Since then, pro-independence forces have returned to power in the regional parliament.
Baldwin HS Student Newspaper Again Wins National Honor The Purbablite has won the prestigious award seven consecutive years. BALDWIN, PA – It’s become a routine that’s almost boring – almost. For the seventh consecutive year, the Baldwin High School student newspaper The Purbablite has won a first place designation in an American Scholastic Press Association contest. The competition covered print editions of the paper from the 2017-18 school year. Contest judges review high school newspapers from across the country and place them into three divisions: third place for developing newspapers, second place for solid papers with room for improvement and first place papers. Keith Harrison, the Baldwin teacher who has been the paper’s faculty adviser for the past seven years, deflected credit for the achievement. “As always, we are following the tradition of strong showings in this contest started two decades ago by Christine Kondrot, longtime Purbalite sponsor from way back in the day,” he said in a district release. “We are only able to do so because the Purb kids continue to be some of our school’s most awesome rock stars.”
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