(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council meets Tuesday to have a discussion about art. The city has proposed a public arts ordinance.
Staff says as the city's art community grows, there needs to be an ordinance in place that defines the goals of a public art program. The city has public art displayed in downtown Seguin, with the mural on Donegan Street that's on a private structure, and the public art sculptures that are on display in the city's Walnut Springs Park. More
(Seguin) -- The number of projects now being funded in the city of Seguin is going up. That's thanks to a number of budget adjustments that were approved by the Seguin City Council last week. The council approved nearly $2 million in budget transfers as part of its annual mid-year adjustments.
(Seguin) -- Restaurants in the city of Seguin will now have the option of allowing people to bring their dogs into their patio areas. The Seguin City Council Tuesday narrowly passed an ordinance that would allow the dogs in some outside spaces. More
(Seguin) -- Some restaurants and bars could become a lot more dog friendly in the near future. The Seguin City Council on Tuesday got an official request for it to consider creating an ordinance that would allow patrons to bring their dogs with them when they go out to eat. The animals would only be allowed in designated areas, like patios. More
When you hear “DIY wedding,” your first thought is either A) “UGH, never! That’s why wedding planners exist,” or B) “Let’s get started! I’m all about crafting.” Whichever camp you fall into, a DIY photo booth project is one that every type of bride can handle. With all of the apps and selfie sticks available, [...]
If you know (and love) the Junk Gypsies, you probably can’t get enough of their newest season on Great American Country. Sisters Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes-Smith bring their rebellious spirit and colorful imagination to “gypsify” what most would consider garbage. Their unusual design masterpieces this season bring life to celebrities’ Airstream campers, a friend’s [...]
Ah, summer — the season of lazy pool days, spontaneous road trips and day drinking on patios. Unfortunately, we only have three months to fit in the aforementioned activities plus hundreds more. This year, we’re determined to make the most of June, July and August. So, come September, we have no regrets, only tan lines. [...]