Jacey Blue Renner

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Jacey Blue Renner is a freelance writer & poet who holds an MFA from Lesley University. Most recently you can find her work in San Antonio Magazine. As a USAF spouse, she has moved extensively with her family, but would've stayed in the UK (the island love of her life), forever. She uses words & running to keep her grounded. Her boy crew is an inspiration on how to live fully. Currently stationed in SATX, her family is her complete heart. Favorite Restaurant: La Fonda on Main. Favorite Landmark: The Pearl. Favorite San Antonio Tradition: Battle of FlowersParade.

20 Questions with ACM Team Member Jacey Blue Renner

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Hi, hello! My name is Jacey Blue Renner. What is one thing you are learning now or learned recently? After a VERY long hiatus so I could stay home with my sweet boy clams, I have...

Alamo City: Where to Get Your Local College Football Fix

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If you’re anything like our family, the lead up to and start of college football season is an event. Coinciding with the beginning of the new school year and team sports for our family,...

Six Reasons to Visit the McNay Art Museum Right Now

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Two weeks ago, my boys and I visited the McNay Art Museum for the first time. We drive by weekly, eyeing the beautiful sculptures, and were waiting for a time to visit that wasn’t...

A Summer Note to SATX from a New (Big) Fan

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Dear San Antonio, Listen, I’m hot, you’re hot, we’re all hot—with more hotness ahead. But... I think you’ve proven your point. Crushing June with 17 triple-digit temps, now the hottest on record (Congratulations?), I think...

Coffee & Nature: Five Local Coffee Spots to Visit (On Your Way to SATX...

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Summer, that glorious goldenrod of a season, is upon us. School schedules have given way to lazier days, with hopefully less traffic and more joy. These smaller, simpler moments have long been a favorite...

Virtual Fitness: Why I (& My Body) Love it Most

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In 2020, the world came unseamed. So many unknowns, while the world spun into a new and unknown tumult. I embraced the familiar: I laced up my Brooks and ran. I’d run for miles....