Normally, mid-week is the time I post fun activities around San Antonio. Today’s announcement is about a fun event, but it also happens to be about hypnosis. Starting Friday night, February 11th, I will be conducting a Small Group Hypnosis Session: Stress Management for Economic Survival. How Small Group Works Because the classes are small, they … More Event Announcement
Right now, the thing that makes me proudest to be a Southsider is Mission Reach, San Antonio’s new eco-system being built along the San Antonio River. The project is located just south of Brackenridge High School and the King William District and will extend all the way to the end of the Mission Trail. Today … More Mission Reach: New Southside Eco-system
http://sataprooms.blogspot.com/2010/05/liberty-bar-relocation.html I’ve always loved the Liberty Bar and was thrilled when it relocated to my neck of the woods on the Southside of San Antonio. We are going to eat brunch there for the first time today. I’ll let you know how it is. If you’re visiting San Antonio and staying downtown, the Liberty Bar … More Welcome to King William, Liberty Bar!
If you are into Dogs or Horses and are looking for FUN, FREE things to do in San Antonio, check out the San Antonio Rose Palace at: http://www.sarosepalace.com/index.htm Listed below are the events currently on their schedule. The Dog Show this weekend and the Arabian Horse Show are free. Check other events before you go. … More Want Some FREE wholesome FUN in San Antonio? Go to SA Rose Palace.
Dear Readers: It’s been a rough year… for all of us. So I thought I’d add a little merriment to this holiday season. Enclosed you will find a Set of codes going from A through EE and 1 through 8. For example A says “Place.” List a Place in A. Example: Los Angeles or the … More Christmas Word Game
Here’s the review I wrote for Las Palmas Mexican Restaurant for menupix.com. I love Las Palmas! The service is good to excellent depending on who you get. The ambience is wonderful, clean, bright, nice decor, not too crowded. But the flour tortillas MELT IN YOUR MOUTH. I go for breakfast tacos. I can highly recommend … More Want Great Flour Tortillas? Go to Las Palmas
If you’ve read this blog before, you probably know I’m a Southsider. I live in the AUTHENTIC SAN ANTONIO. If you are visiting here, be sure you come to the southside (that includes the area from downtown all the way to the southernmost mission, Espada. (See map. http://www.classbrain.com/artmonument/publish/san_antonio_missions_nhp_park_map.shtml) And, if you want to eat REAL … More “Mexican Dining on the South Side”
Finally, the night before jury duty, I decided to let go of whining and complaining about the impending experience and just be my normal “go with the flow” self. Shocking as this confession may sound to some of you: After moving back to Texas in 1998, I had avoided jury duty for 11 years by … More “Jury Duty in Bexar County: Reasons to be Grateful for the Experience”
Dolores is my beautician. She charges $7.95 for short hair. Another nice thing about the South side is things are cheaper. If you happen to be in the neighborhood and want a hair cut, she’s about a block down from the intersection of Roosevelt and Mitchell St. , on the left side of the street as … More “Need a Cheap Haircut in SA?”
The south side of San Antonio has become a beehive of redevelopment activity over the last few years. And, thanks to Texas A&M plans to build a facility on the southside, it’s only going to get better. Old buildings are getting spruced up every day, like the ones in the photos on South Presa … More “Urban Renewal comes to the Southside”