News roundup: Texas Worm Ranch has LH roots, LBJ Food Mart robbery, St. Vincent in Texas Monthly

via Texas Worm Ranch/Facebook
via Texas Worm Ranch/Facebook

Heather Rinaldi, founder of Texas Worm Ranch, a favorite organic pesticide/composting supplier at White Rock Local Market, tells CultureMap about what inspired her to start her biz. “Back in 2008…I got a plot at Lake Highlands Community Garden and started taking my aerated worm casting tea to use on my plants,” Rinaldi says.

An employee at a Lake Highlands convenience store holding a bank bag filled with cash was attacked outside the LBJ Food Mart in the 13000 block of Jupiter Road on Tuesday afternoon, Dallas News reports. According to police reports, there was $4,412 in the stolen bank bag. The two suspects involved in the crime remain at large. 

Texas Monthly’s freshly printed issue includes this article about Lake Highlands High School grad Annie Clark, or as she is known in the indie music world, “St. Vincent.” Clark, who released a new album this week, tells TM she grew up as “a suburban kid just driving around the city, hoping something would happen,” expresses her affection for Pantera, and concludes, “the more time I spend away from Texas, the more I love coming back to it. To me, there’s still nothing like a Texas sky.” 

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