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The Drive for Five Kicks Off Tonight

Wednesday October 28, 2009
If you don't know what I mean by "Drive for Five" you may not be a Spurs fan. Tonight is the kickoff for our local four-time champions, who did a ... Read More

David Robinson Gains National Honor

Tuesday October 27, 2009
As if we don't have enough reasons to love David Robinson in San Antonio. Our not-quite native son (we'll claim him as ours anyways!) not only has opened The Carver ... Read More

Vote for Your Favorites on the San Antonio Music Scene

Sunday October 25, 2009
The San Antonio Current is conducting a poll of music favorites in San Antonio, and you are invited to voice your opinion. The Second Annual Rammys ballot asks you to fill ... Read More

San Antonio Founder's Day is This Weekend

Thursday October 22, 2009
Did you know that San Antonio has a Founder's Day celebration? You may not know because this is a relatively new celebration to the city, with 2009 marking only the ... Read More

Your CPS Bill Will See a Hike This Winter

Wednesday October 21, 2009
Unless this coming winter is milder than expected (forecasts call for a colder winter than we are used to seeing here), you can expect a rate hike on your CPS ... Read More

Is San Antonio a Stinky City?

Tuesday October 20, 2009
This may seem like an odd question, but it is one that has to be asked. You see, the Alamo City recently found itself on a very dubious list. The ... Read More

Check Out the New Halloween Events Calendar

Saturday October 17, 2009
In addition to the regular monthly Events Calendar, I have now started a separate Halloween Calendar for your perusal. The calendar features all the great things happening on October 31st, but ... Read More

S.A. Current Alefest is This Weekend

Thursday October 15, 2009
As always, you can check the Calendar of Events to see what to do this weekend. But I am spotlighting this next event because it only happens once a year ... Read More

Alamo Bowl and Big 12 Extend Agreement

Wednesday October 14, 2009
The Alamo Bowl and the Big 12 college football conference have extended their agreement that was set to expire at the end of the next Bowl. The new agreement is ... Read More

Is Texas Turning Blue?

Tuesday October 13, 2009
With election season fully upon us and Election Day less than a month away, I thought it would be nice to post this article from the summer asking the question: ... Read More

Don't Forget the Columbus Day Celebrations

Saturday October 10, 2009
Do you have a three-day weekend? Not everyone gets Monday off for Columbus Day, btu that doesn't mean you can't have fun and celebrate this national holiday. My previous post last ... Read More

SAL Film Festival, Oktoberfest and More to Do This Weekend

Thursday October 8, 2009
So much to do this weekend! Let's get the rundown: On Saturday, the SAL Film Festival begins. There are screenings of many different movies all throughout the day. The cost is ... Read More

National Night Out is Tonight

Tuesday October 6, 2009
Tonight is National Night Out, an event planned to create community bonding and spirit and to help bring awareness to safety, drug abuse and other issues. I wrote an article about ... Read More

Report: One-Third of Texans Could Contract H1N1

Monday October 5, 2009
In a report that could be seen as a worst-case scenario or a gut-wrenchingly realistic view of something that is being taken too lightly, the Trust for America's Health (TFAH) ... Read More

Week-Long Columbus Day Celebrations Begin This Weekend

Friday October 2, 2009
The San Antonio Christopher Columbus Italian Society is kicking off a week's worth of celebrations in anticipation of Columbus Day, the day way back in 1492 that Columbus arrived in ... Read More

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