And now, thanks to the establishment of the National Amputee Boxing Association, civilian amputees—who have very few opportunities for athletic competition—can.
After seven years of development, the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, in San Antonio, opened to the public on September 4. Behind the iconic facade, the state-of-the-art facilities will house ten artistic groups.
A lot of outcry on the Internet, including a Change.org petition, suggests that ticketing people for giving money to those in need might not be a PR victory.
So what does that actually mean?
A new analysis suggests that the future of Texas might be a little further south.
Both cities would love to be the home of what will be one of the larger new factories in the U.S.
Probably not rats, though, if this guy is around.
On the list of sunscreen-related dangers, that's probably not the biggest worry most people have.
San Antonio’s Campaign To Prove Charles Barkley Wrong Kind Of Reinforces Why What He Said Was Offensive
The problem with Barkley's statement wasn't that it ignored the young hotties, it's that he dismissed the city because there were women he wasn't attracted to there.
Owner/Pitmaster/Chef: The Granary; Opened 2012Age: 31Smoker: Wood-Fired Rotisserie SmokerWood: Live Oak There isn’t another barbecue joint in Texas with as many menus to deal with as The Granary. They have a lunch menu with traditional barbecue items and a rotating daily lunch special that
Although representatives of San Antonio's taxi companies think that some of them are "barbaric."
A accolade from two years back brought me to this renovated Sonic on the east side of San Antonio. A local media outlet (I don’t recall which one) wrote that Ed’s Smok-N-Q served the best brisket in the city. That claim in San Antonio doesn’t carry quite the weight as the same
I was looking for a jerk chicken restaurant just south of the Trinity University campus in San Antonio when I drove past a brightly painted converted service station. I hadn’t planned on visiting Hot Spot BBQ that day, but when the jerk chicken shack was locked down tight, I made
There is something wonderfully anachronistic about traveling by train in this modern age. And I’m not talking about workaday back-and-forth commuting on some dreary regional transit full of pallid stiffs. Quite the opposite: I mean real rail travel, travel the old-fashioned way—a weekend summer sojourn by way of a
Why Do Multiple Texas Cities Want to Host the Sriracha Factory that Caused Health Problems in California?
San Antonio and Denton are both burning up to host the hot sauce company's new factory, which may be forced to leave its present home in Irwindale, California for creating a public nuisance and causing some local residents to have inflamed asthma and burned eyes. Why are Texas cities eager
Businessweek Explores the Phenomenon of People Moving To “Second Tier” Cities Like Austin and San Antonio
Them's fightin' words.
Open carry supporters in Texas have been very active in making their fellow citizens aware of their right to carry long-arm rifles in public—and they took their message to San Antonio Police over the weekend.
Spring is in the air, and baseball is on the diamond once again—though the final preseason games between the Rangers and the Astros took place in the musty confines of the Alamodome.
Congratulations, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and Austin.
When the "CockAsian" food truck rolled into Port San Antonio, local officials Googled the name to find the menu. What Google offered in return led them to ban the truck from the development.
Taco Land, the beloved punk rock dive in San Antonio, closed its doors in 2005 when owner Ram Ayala was shot and killed inside his own club. Now, the space has been renovated and reopened by a new owner—but just how much the new Tacoland resembles the old is up
The beleaguered theme park strikes back at its critics with a series of videos—but given their attendance, did they need to?
I mean, yeah, we've all wanted to magically zip through stalled traffic at 100mph, but that doesn't mean we'd actually do it.
Just a quick word of advice: Don't get into a three-card-monty game with Richard Turner, the world's greatest card cheat.
The story of Buddy the dog, a six-year-old golden retriever in San Antonio, could have big implications for Texas' controversial "severe bodily injury" laws that allow local animal control departments to euthanize people's pets.
He wanted six tacos, and if his sword had anything to say about it, those tacos were going to be free.
The lessons of a family heirloom.
John William Snavely was recruited into the world of gay porn from the stage at a strip club in San Antonio. As the Houston Press story details in a story about his second career in Miami, where he's now in jail on murder charges, that is a dark world to enter.
The International Chefs Congress (ICC) is in its eighth year, but this weekend in New York they hosted their first ever barbecue competition. It was simply called Smoke @ ICC. Ten teams from six states were competing for the grand prize of a trip for four to South
Photo by Nicholas McWhirterPitmaster: Two Bros. BBQ Market, opened 2009Age: 29Smoker: Wood-fired Offset Steel SmokerWood: OakThe creation of Two Bros. BBQ Market doesn’t follow the usual narrative of a Texas barbecue joint. There was no backyard cook or barbecue competitor that had decided to open up a barbecue joint. Jason Dady
Update: This joint is permanently CLOSED.2013: This is the second in a dual review. It’s rare to find two barbecue joints with food so similar to one another, but Cotten’s Catering in Calallen and Cotten’s Barbecue in San Antonio are nearly dead ringers. It all goes back to
Bad news, Memphis: not only are your Grizzlies on the way to losing to the Spurs, but you still won’t get to eat the world’s best barbecue! Taking up on a suggestion made by @tmbbq on Twitter, San Antonio mayor Julian Castro is wagering smoked
Not a typical joint by any means, the Granary is part of the flashy new Pearl retail/residential complex and occupies a renovated nineteenth-century home with high ceilings and dark-brown wood trim. The vibe is hipster carnivore: the music is modern, and the walls are covered with barbecue folk art, such
Local celebrity chef Jason Dady—who co-owns the place with his brother Jake and wife, Crystal—has gone the route of high-end barbecue in this north San Antonio location. Here, just about everything is done by hand and recipes are original. The brisket has a deep, rich taste; the crust is thick