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  • 12 months Texas Regulators Turn a Blind Eye to Air Polluters, According to New Report Sacurrent
    San Antonio-area industrial plants spewed nearly 133,000 pounds of pollution into the air in 2017 without regulatory approval, according to a new research report by Environment Texas. The Austin-based watchdog group this week issued a 43-page report on Texas' air quality, urging the Legislature to crack down on violators and close a loophole that lets the state's top environmental regulator give polluters what, in many cases, amounts to a free pass on unauthorized emissions.… ... more
  • 12 months Miss Chickpeas Opens Saturday with Vegan-Friendly Desserts Sacurrent -Food
    Those with food allergies understand the never-ending struggle to find great desserts that are safe to eat. Chef Tatiana Martinez hopes to change that at Miss Chickpeas Bakeshop, which will celebrate its grand opening with free drip coffee and raffle giveaways on Saturday, February 2.… ... more
  • 12 months Food & Wine Potentially Reignites Breakfast Taco War Between San Antonio and Austin Sacurrent -Food
    Let's get this out of the way first. Nobody owns tacos.… ... more
  • 12 months Straight Up: Two New Distilleries are Getting Set to Serve in Downtown San Antonio Sacurrent -Food
    San Antonio has never been known as a whiskey destination, but expect that to change as two new distilleries prepare to open in the heart of downtown this year. Maverick Whiskey, a locally-owned distillery, and Devils River Whiskey, a Dallas-based brand shifting its headquarters to San Antonio, are among the most recent additions to the city’s spirits scene, which already includes Artisan Distillery, Alamo Distilling and Dorćol Distilling. Maverick — owned by Kenneth Maverick, the fourth-great-grandson of Samuel Maverick, a notable figure in Texas independence and San Antonio history — will occupy 14,065 square feet inside ... more
  • 12 months Dorćol Hosting Dog-Centric Groundhog Day Event Saturday Sacurrent -Food
    Be it six more weeks of winter or a fast-impending spring, yourself and your canines are invited to Dorćol Distilling this Saturday from noon until 4 p.m. For humans, Dorćol will be releasing Doghouse Brown Ale, a malty beer with American hops. The normal lineup of beers and apricot brandy cocktails will be poured and mixed.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio City Council Unanimously Approves Erik Walsh as City Manager Sacurrent
    City council this morning unanimously approved Erik Walsh as San Antonio's new city manager, replacing outgoing Sheryl Sculley, the longest-tenured and perhaps most powerful executive to serve in that position. "This is a weighty moment for the city of San Antonio," Mayor Ron Nirenberg said. "We haven't done this in almost two decades."… ... more
  • 12 months New Tim Duncan Mural Pops Up on San Antonio’s South Side Sacurrent -Arts
    Spurs faithful may want to make a pilgrimage to the South Side in the coming days to take a picture next to a new mural honoring legend Tim Duncan. Joining numerous murals dedicated to Old Man Riverwalk, local artist Alex James is finishing up a new mural addition at Countdown City Cuts, located at 6730 S. Flores St. Part of an extended project at the barber shop, James said it felt right to start with Duncan because "he was our base, like Pop always said." The mural replaces the Kawhi Leonard tribute James debuted in fall ... more
  • 12 months Gin Blossoms Bringing Their Early ’90s Vibes to the Aztec This March Sacurrent -Music
    Honestly, we don’t really hate the Gin Blossoms, as easy as it would be to rag on yet another ’90s band rolling through San Antonio. The band wrote some decent music and managed to secure some "Gold" certifications and a Grammy nomination, which isn’t something to sneer at.… ... more
  • 12 months Pegasus Only San Antonio Club to Make List of Top 50 Gay Bars in U.S. Sacurrent -Food
    This article was originally published by our sister publication Out In SA. San Antonio’s Pegasus Nightclub, located at 1402 N Main Ave., was the only local LGBT establishment to make this year’s NewNowNext list of 50 Most Popular Gay Bars in the United States. The list was released on January 15. The Pegasus was ranked number 10 in the nation falling two places from last year when it placed eighth.… ... more
  • 12 months Man Arrested for Allegedly Vandalizing San Antonio Police Headquarters Sacurrent
    A man has been arrested for allegedly vandalizing the San Antonio Police Department headquarters over the weekend. On Wednesday, authorities arrested Bruce Jones, who is accused of spray-painting "RARIST OF VET FAMILY" on a building at the downtown headquarters on Sunday. Jones, 49, had an active warrant for a charge of criminal mischief between $2,500 and $30,000, according to KSAT. Officers assigned to SAPD's East Substation said Jones' vehicle matched the description of one spotted during a separate vandalism case that occurred last week near Jones' home. Detectives found a can of spray paint in Jones' ... more
  • 12 months Justin Rodriguez Is Back and Ready to Focus on Ideas, Not Ideology Sacurrent
    Editor's Note: Jade Esteban Estrada is the writer of Glitter Political, a series of articles detailing San Antonio's political scene. On January 12, a carefully curated tableau vivant sat behind former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro when he announced his candidacy for U.S. president at the West Side’s Plaza Guadalupe. That multicultural tapestry represented many cultures and walks of life, but it also rewarded the city’s political elite with valuable media facetime and an association with one of San Antonio’s favorite sons. Former mayor Henry Cisneros and his wife and former councilwoman Mary Alice Cisneros were seated ... more
  • 12 months After the Cocktail Revolution: Five Trends Highlighted at This Year’s San Antonio Cocktail Conference Sacurrent -Food
    The San Antonio Cocktail Conference and the late Sasha Petraske — a groundbreaking New York mixologist who was a fixture at the event — have helped make San Antonio a stage for new talent, spirits and techniques. Over its eight-year history, the conference allowed us to taste countless new beverages and connect with bartenders, brand reps and mixologists to learn about the best cocktail experiences. Drawing on this year’s event, which ran January 13–20, here are the five cocktail trends to look for in 2019: 1.… ... more
  • 12 months Winter Winners: Five Ongoing Exhibitions in San Antonio to Keep On the Radar This Season Sacurrent -Arts
    The tallest building in the United Kingdom, a highly controversial 1972 exposition, remixed election signs and the concept of “pictorial reproduction” are among the unrelated subjects up for consideration in four new shows on view at the Southwest School of Art.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Spurs Host New Orleans Pelicans for Final Home Game Before Rodeo Road Trip Sacurrent -Arts
    The New Orleans Pelicans make their last regular-season stop in San Antonio this Saturday in the final home game before the Spurs’ annual rodeo road trip.… ... more
  • 12 months Carver Center Welcomes Esteemed Jazz Bandleader Stefon Harris and His Ensemble Blackout Sacurrent -Music
    In the contemporary jazz world, it doesn’t get much better or bigger than Stefon Harris.… ... more
  • 12 months Remembering Michael Jackson, Beyoncé and Other Iconic Super Bowl Halftime Performances Sacurrent -Music
    As Super Bowl LIII looms, it’s hard not to think about all the ridiculous, fun, poignant and down right entertaining halftime shows that have happened over the years.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio’s Joaquin Castro Files Bill that Would Ban Intelligence Officials from Lobbying for Foreign Governments Sacurrent
    Congressman Joaquin Castro today filed legislation that would prevent top officials in U.S. intelligence agencies from lobbying for foreign governments. The San Antonio Democrat's move appears to key in on relationships that Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the Trump administration's sacked national security adviser, had with the governments of Turkey and Russia. Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election has yielded indictments or guilty pleas of several Trump campaign officials, including Flynn. “We know the United States Intelligence Community provides the backbone of security for the United States and many of our allies abroad, and ... more
  • 12 months Environmental Groups Blast CPS Energy Over Its Latest Board Appointment Sacurrent
    Members of local environmental groups have taken aim at CPS Energy's appointment of tech CEO Janie Gonzalez to serve on its board, saying the city-owned utility is "self-selecting" to eliminate diversity of option. In an open letter to Mayor Ron Nirenberg and city council, Climate Action SA warned that business representatives now dominate the board of CPS, one of the city's biggest emitters of greenhouse gases.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Gears Up for Fourth Annual Dilla Day Celebration Sacurrent -Music
    Whether you’ve heard the name James Yancey or Jay Dee, the world of hip-hop knows him as the legendary J Dilla. And San Antonio welcomes his legacy once again. Early in his career, James Dewitt Yancey, otherwise known as J Dilla, was a key element to the hip-hop powerhouses, Slum Village and A Tribe Called Quest, getting his start in the late '80s DJing for local music and rap crews.… ... more
  • 12 months Ask An Outsider: Are San Antonio Allergies Actually the Worst? Sacurrent
    Every year my noses closes up for a few months in the January-March range, and I start to assume I am dying.… ... more
  • 12 months Contemporary Art Month Announces CAM Perennial Artists Selected by El Paso-based Curator Sacurrent -Arts
    As San Antonio art nerds might tell you, 1986 was a pivotal year for the local scene. Triggered by the San Antonio Museum of Art’s firing of curator Stephen Bradley and cancelation of the 25-person group exhibition “San Antonio Contemporary,” disgruntled artists joined forces under the leadership of Southwest Craft Center Director Jeffrey Moore to organize a replacement show in a warehouse complex being developed by late entrepreneur and Bonham Exchange founder Arthur “Hap” Veltman.… ... more
  • 12 months Let’s Taco ‘Bout It! San Antonio’s 2019 Taco Fest Announces First Round of Artists Sacurrent -Music
    The second annual Taco Fest is back with a vengeance, and we’re already hungry about it, y’all. Returning to the Historic La Villita Arts Village, this year's event not only features some of the best taco offerings from across the 2-1-0, but also high-caliber Latin artists from the region representing a vast array of musical genres. From the Tex-Mex punk of Piñata Protest to the soul-crooning vibes of Alyson Alonzo and the psychedelic, Latin thump of Brownout, this lineup is pretty much as puro as you can get. Here’s the lineup so far: Brownout ... more
  • 12 months Savoring Savor: Culinary Institute of America San Antonio Evolves with the Addition of Its New Restaurant Sacurrent -Food
    The Alamo City has always been a destination for great food, but the Culinary Institute of America arguably helped put it on the radar for the rest of the world. The CIA-San Antonio is hoping to further build on that reputation with Savor, its new restaurant, opened this month at the Pearl.… ... more
  • 12 months Early Bird Tickets Set to Go On Sale for San Antonio Botanical Garden’s Brews and Blooms Event Sacurrent -Food
    Brews and Blooms, the popular annual craft beer event, returns to the San Antonio Botanical Garden on Saturday, May 25 for a celebration of local beers, food, games and live music. Early-bird tickets will be available for purchase Jan. 31- Feb.15, and are expected to sell out. This year, Brews and Blooms will partner with San Antonio Cerveceros to highlight 30 to 40 beers from local and regional breweries.… ... more
  • 12 months More Crawfish on the Way: Boils Start This Weekend at Shuck Shack Sacurrent -Food
    Weeks after introducing foodies to its version of hot chicken, Shuck Shack is bringing back a favorite menu item. That means it's officially crawfish season at chef Jason Dady's seafood eatery. Beginning this Friday, diners can (and should) come in groups to share three pounds of Cajun-boiled crawfish, served with corn on the cob, sausage and red potatoes, for $27. The feast will be available 3–9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays while supplies last. "We are excited that our crawfish season is here," Dady said via press release.… ... more
  • 12 months Central Library Book Club Event Spotlights Like Water for Chocolate with Recipe Discussion, Food Tastings Sacurrent -Food
    Rincón Literario, the Central Library’s bilingual book club, will bring Laura Esquivel’s classic novel Like Water for Chocolate to life during a special tasting event — with Chiles en Nogada — on Saturday, February 9. Like Water for Chocolate follows the story of Tita, a young woman who struggles with unrequited love, family tradition and the Mexican Revolution, and finds enlightenment in cooking.     Read along with Rincón Literario or join the book club later to discuss favorite recipes, eat delicious food, enjoy Mexican music and make rebellious Valentine’s Day cards. Head to the Latino Collection ... more
  • 12 months Gourdough’s Public House Opening on the River Walk on Feb. 23 Sacurrent -Food
    San Antonians salivating over the pending arrival of Gourdough's Public House on the River Walk now have an opening date. The growing brand — recognized nationally for its over-the-top, sweet-as-can-be donut varieties — will open its Alamo City location Saturday, February 23. The new outpost will be the first outside its hometown of Austin. Co-owners Paula Samford and Ryan Palmer said they're excited to bring Gourdough's south. "We have been blown away with the amount of excitement and support we've already received from San Antonio," Samford said in a press release.… ... more
  • 12 months Inaugural San Antonio Burger Week Planned for Next Month Sacurrent -Food
    Calling all burger lovers! The inaugural San Antonio Burger Week will feature a hefty helping of local restaurants spotlighting the American staple. From February 22 through March 3, foodies can visit dozens of dining spots to munch on $5 specialty burgers, with a portion of each sale benefitting the San Antonio Food Bank.… ... more
  • 12 months Stealing Our Heart: Shoplifters Explores the True Meaning of Family with Tenderness and Empathy Sacurrent -Screen
    Recently nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Foreign Language Film category, Shoplifters, directed and written by brilliant Japanese filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda (Nobody Knows), is an affectionate, authentic and moving story about the importance and true meaning of family.… ... more
  • 12 months Celebrate 40 Years of Bauhaus with Peter Murphy’s Show at Paper Tiger Sacurrent -Music
    Armed with baritone croons that will whisk you away into the deep dark of night, Peter Murphy is a living legend best known for his work in the band Bauhaus.… ... more
  • 12 months Easy Target?: November’s Charter Vote Could Spell Trouble for Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s Reelection — Assuming He Has a Real Challenger Sacurrent
    Editor's Note: The following is City Current, a column of opinion and analysis. San Antonio voters’ November approval of propositions B and C, two of the punitive charter changes put forth by the city’s fire union, is the kind of rebuke no mayor wants — especially not six months before another election to keep his job. But that’s what Mayor Ron Nirenberg got.… ... more
  • 12 months What to Expect at February’s First Friday Sacurrent -Arts
    As San Antonians recover from bouts of Seasonal Affective Disorder (aka SAD) and pinch off the tails of flunked New Year’s resolutions, the local art scene is slowly but surely rebooting, giving culture seekers more than a few solid excuses to get out and about for First Friday. As the longest-running art space on the Southtown circuit, Blue Star Contemporary offers a no-brainer of a starting point with the opening of “Effort Economy,” a group show that employs modern dance pioneer Rudolph Laban (1879-1958) and his movement-based theories surrounding “space, weight, time and flow” as a connective thread ... more
  • 12 months Savage Love: Omissions and Emissions Sacurrent -Arts
    Q: I’m a 21-year-old woman, and I have an IUD.… ... more
  • 12 months Free Will Astrology (1/30/19-2/5/19) Sacurrent -Arts
    ARIES (March 21-April 19): Here are your fortune cookie-style horoscopes for the next five months.… ... more
  • 12 months Super Bowl LIII Watch Parties Happening in San Antonio (Besides Your House) Sacurrent -Food
    It’s that time of year, when the people who usually couldn’t care less about football — the Los Angeles Rams are playing the New England Patriots on Sunday, btw — can party with hardcore sports fans, commercial-watchers and that really hungry dude who just wants to eat his weight in chicken wings. El Luchador // Need a pup and family-friendly place to watch the Super Bowl? Head to El Luchador, starting at noon, to grab a table or start pre-gaming with $4.50 margaritas and $5 micheladas. No cover, noon-midnight, 622 Roosevelt, (210) 272-0016. La Tuna Ice House // Make your ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio’s Rep. Joaquin Castro Elected Vice Chair of House Foreign Affairs Committee Sacurrent
    He may not be the Castro running for president, but U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro's Washington profile is still ascending. The San Antonio Democrat, and twin brother of presidential aspirant Julián Castro, today was elected as vice chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.… ... more
  • 12 months Report: Majority of Bexar County Families Live in Poverty or One Financial Misstep Away From It Sacurrent
    A little more than half of Bexar County families were either living in poverty or a single emergency away from it in 2016, according to a new study by the United Ways of Texas. In Bexar, 15 percent of households fell under U.S. poverty guidelines during that period.… ... more
  • 12 months Let’s Get Sexy: Soul Man Lee Fields and the Expressions Return to San Antonio Sacurrent -Music
    “Ooooooooh yeaaaa” Soulful crooner serving sexy, old-school vibrations circa 1960, Lee Fields and the Expressions are a retro phenomenon you need in your life. Releasing music since ’69, Fields was born in North Carolina before moving to New York City to pursue music at the age of 17. And boy are we glad he did. Working with the likes of Kool and the Gang, B.B. King and the Manhattan to name a few, Fields is a living legend in his own right.… ... more
  • 12 months Ruby City Architect Sir David Adjaye to Present Free Lecture at Laurie Auditorium Sacurrent -Arts
    When reviewing the career of Tanzanian-born, London-based architect Sir David Adjaye, it begins to make perfect sense that he studied art before finding his calling in architecture. Born in 1966 to Ghanian parents, he traveled extensively during his childhood, living in Ghana, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Egypt before arriving in London in the 1970s.… ... more
  • 12 months Measuring Up: Why It’s Time for San Antonio to Get Over Its Longstanding Inferiority Complex Sacurrent
    A few years back, I considered starting a boutique event-planning business but was warned against the idea. Local caterers told me it would never work, that I should move to Dallas instead. San Antonio was just too cheap to sustain any more event planners.… ... more
  • 12 months Gregg Popovich Celebrated His 70th Birthday at Trendy Southtown Restaurant Sacurrent -Arts
    Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich headed to Maverick on Sunday night to celebrate the team's win over the Washington Wizards as well as his 70th birthday. Although Popovich actually turned 70 on Monday, January 28, he invited his family and friends to the Southtown restaurant on Sunday for an early birthday celebration. Maverick was able to offer Popovich, a known wine enthusiast, a number of choices for the special occasion. It was truly a star-studded event with former and current Spurs players in attendance and with dessert from Bird Bakery, owned by Elizabeth Chambers.… ... more
  • 12 months Law Enforcement Identifies Two Suspects Killed After Shooting Four Houston Police Officers Sacurrent
    Four Houston police officers were shot and a fifth injured while serving a search warrant on Monday afternoon. Officers broke down a door at an alleged drug house in an attempt to arrest two reported heroin dealers. Instead, the two suspects opened fire on law enforcement, critically injuring two of the officers.… ... more
  • 12 months Hallelujah! Big Freedia Returns to San Antonio to Save Your Soul Sacurrent -Music
    Big Freedia is the spiritual leader we didn’t know we needed. If you’ve ever been to her live show, you’ll know the kind of freedom and emotional lift the occasion can provide.… ... more
  • 12 months Pride Center San Antonio Hires Community Empowerment Coordinator Sacurrent
    This article was originally published by our sister publication Out In SA. Pride Center San Antonio has hired it’s first-ever employee, a community empowerment coordinator who will help organize programming, services and outreach to the city’s LGBTQ community. The Center’s new hire, Lex Loro, has over six years experience of supporting LGBTQ and disabled youth through sexual health education, social justice advocacy, and training assistance. As a former fellow at the National LGBTQ Task Force, Loro gained valuable experience in public policy and government affairs while working on the dissemination of the findings from the National ... more
  • 12 months Christian Singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman Brings Holy Tunes to Empire Theatre Sacurrent -Music
    If you grew up going to contemporary Christian churches or just occasionally skim through Christian radio, chances are you have come across Steven Curtis Chapman’s music.… ... more
  • 12 months Former Megadeth Guitarist Marty Friedman Ready to Shred the Rock Box Sacurrent -Music
    While most probably know him from his 10-year stint as lead guitarist for beloved metal outfit Megadeth, Marty Friedman has carved out a long musical career, and one that’s earned him bragging rights for his technical chops. He’s also a super-interesting cat with a totally unpredictable trajectory — the kinda dude who’s worth following even if speed metal or thrash isn’t exactly your cup of tea.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Symphony Honoring Tejano Legend with Emotional Tribute Sacurrent -Music
    Known to many by the mononym Emilio, Emilio Navaira III’s award-winning Tejano and country music career spanned decades, earning him the title the “King of Tejano.” Responsible for chart-climbing hits like “Por Siempre Unidos” and the Selena duet “Tú Robaste Mi Corazón,” Navaira is credited with helping spur the popularity of Tejano in the 1990s. In tribute to Navaira, who died suddenly in 2016, the San Antonio Symphony dedicates a night to his hit Tejano tunes. The concert features his sons Diego and Emilio as well as his band, performing in conjunction with the symphony to render classics ... more
  • 12 months Expect Fun Hijinks When the Harlem Globetrotters Return to the AT&T Center Sacurrent -Arts
    During the Spurs’ recent home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, Harlem Globetrotter Orlando Melendez traded tricks with the Coyote to the delight of the AT&T Center crowd.… ... more
  • 12 months 5 New Releases from San Antonio Artists You Absolutely Need Sacurrent -Music
    There must be something in the air right now (besides the pollen and mold, ugh), because musical releases are flying out of the Alamo City at a rapid rate. From conscious hip-hop to left-field post-post rock and doom-metal, it's been a prolific time for local artists, so we thought we'd share five that made a big impression. Some dropped at the end of 2018, but we're going to show them love just the same.… ... more
  • 12 months House Democrats Name Multiple San Antonio Districts in 2020 Battlegrounds Memo Sacurrent
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee released a memo Monday that revealed its top House targets for 2020. The list included 33 currently Republican-held districts, including six in Texas, that the DCCC believes it could flip in the coming election.… ... more
  • 12 months Texas Department of Transportation Kicks Off Series of Public Meetings in San Antonio Sacurrent
    When your morning commute is cut down to one lane for a new highway project, don't say the Texas Department of Transportation never asked your opinion on the matter. TxDOT is kicking off a series of public-input meetings Tuesday, January 29, in San Antonio to gather citizen input for its Texas Transportation Plan 2050, the blueprint for state transportation projects through — you guessed it — 2050. The meeting will run 5:30–7 p.m. at the department's San Antonio district office, 4615 Northwest Loop 410, Building 2.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Artist Adds Mural of Soulja Boy Meme Dissing Drake Sacurrent -Arts
    Soulja Boy has made a hilarious mark in pop culture. After appearing on last week's episode of The Breakfast Club, a New York City-based radio show that's syndicated on local station 98.5 The Beat, his interview has inspired a local San Antonio artist. "This is in San Antonio?!" That's been most people's reaction to the artwork created by 27-year-old Colton Valentine.… ... more
  • 12 months Joaquin Castro Slams Tom Brokaw for Saying ‘Hispanics Need to Work Harder at Assimilation’ Sacurrent
    When Tom Brokaw was gathered for a round table on "Meet the Press," the former anchor of NBC Nightly News suggested, "Hispanics should work harder as assimilation." While acknowledging Brokaw's legendary status, Rep. Joaquin Castro called out the "stunningly ignorant" remarks.… ... more
  • 12 months Greg Brockhouse Asks San Antonio’s Fire Union to Start Negotiations With the City Sacurrent
    One of the San Antonio firefighters union's staunchest allies is urging the group to come to the negotiating table with the city.  Greg Brockhouse — the sole council member to support the union's November charter amendments and a frequent critic of the city's controversial suit against the union — sent a letter to its leadership saying, essentially, "Enough already." “I am calling on you, the men and women of the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association, to return to the negotiating table and begin the process of rebuilding trust,” Brockhouse wrote in the letter, delivered last week. ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Kid Chefs to Compete On Newest Season of MasterChef Junior Sacurrent -Food
    Four of San Antonio’s youngest culinary talents — Jayden, Nayeli, Neko and Thomas, all under the age of 13 — will take the stage for MasterChef Junior’s seventh season FOX premiere on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7 p.m. CST.… ... more
  • 12 months Dunkin’ Partners with Girl Scouts for Cookie-flavored Coffee Sacurrent -Food
    Dunkin’ has teamed up with the Girl Scouts of the USA again this season to bring iconic cookie flavors — Coconut Caramel, Thin Mints® and Trefoils® — to your coffee cup. San Antonio customers can add their favorite cookie flavors to Dunkin’s line of hot and cold coffee beverages, espresso beverages, or frozen coffee and chocolate options now through spring.… ... more
  • 12 months Funeral Service Set for Slain Bexar County Deputy K-9 Chucky Sacurrent
    A public funeral service for Chucky, a fallen Bexar County K-9 deputy, will be held 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 4, at Community Bible Church.… ... more
  • 12 months Mono, Emma Ruth Rundle Bring Their Atmospheric Brooding to Texas This May Sacurrent -Music
    While San Antonio is still known far and wide as hub for heavy music, sometimes we get passed up on some of the weirder, avant-garde heavy shit, in which case we have to travel to Austin for. Save a few cases like when Godspeed! You Black Emperor!… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Spurs Open Homestand With Win Against Wizards Sacurrent -Arts
    The Spurs continued their dominance over the Washington Wizards in San Antonio on Sunday night with a disjointed 132-119 win. LaMarcus Aldridge paced the Spurs with 30 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists against a Wizards squad that hasn’t tasted victory in San Antonio in almost 20 years.… ... more
  • 12 months San Antonio Woman Creates Fiesta Spurs Makeup Look, Complete with Coyote Tribute Sacurrent -Arts
    When you're a makeup enthusiast and you love the Spurs, it makes sense you'd create a look all about San Antonio's beloved basketball team. A local woman did just that and shared the puro AF results on Instagram. Mireya Barrera – who goes by @miraellamakeup online — paid tribute to the Spurs' classic Fiesta colors in her eyeshadow.… ... more
  • 12 months John Mayer Brings Solo Show to San Antonio This Fall Sacurrent -Music
    John Mayer has this douchebag, startup-company-bro vibe, but then seems so nice in concert. It’s confusing to say the least, but one thing that’s certain is his guitar chops. And boy do they chop. Back in 2017, the early-aughts, folk-pop heartthrob slayed the Alamo City with his guitar-shreddery and soulful-crooning, which also included a cameo from legendary Texas Bluesman Jimmie Vaughan. Barely two weeks after finishing up a tour with the Grateful Dead, Mayer is headed out on another U.S. tour with a stop in San Antonio on Saturday, September 7 at the AT&T Center. ... more
  • 12 months Trivia Bar Crawl of The Office Planned for Downtown San Antonio Sacurrent -Food
    Everybody to the conference room, there's going to be a bar crawl themed around The Office. Fans of comedy series The Office (which seems to be most people, if we're judging from online memes) will be able to put their knowledge to the test during a bar crawl centered around life at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. Whether or not you still loved the show after Michael Scott moved away to Colorado, Office fans are welcome to take part in the boozy event. And it's likely to get competitive. Here's the rundown. There will be four rounds ... more
  • 12 months Early Voting for Texas House District 125 Begins Monday Sacurrent
    Early voting for the Texas House District 125 special election began Monday, and will continue through Feb. 8. … ... more
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