Día de los Muertos is officially celebrated on November 2nd. When I started this annual post in 2015, Coco was not yet a household name, and Day of the Dead decorative items and accessories were found only at specialty shops....
TGIF has been replaced with TGIPN (thank goodness it’s pizza night). I’m always so happy when Friday rolls around. It’s not because it’s the end of the week. Nope—I’m a small business owner and put in weekend work hours in...
Growing up in San Antonio, I remember mornings spent sitting around the kitchen table with my tías and mom, drinking cafecito, and talking about life. It's a core memory full of laughter, stories, support, and the start of my...
We can all laugh at the stereotypical images the rest of the country conjures about Texas: everyone is on a horse wrangling cattle and has a gun strapped to their side with a ten-gallon hat high above their jangling...
What do The Pandemic, working from home, and a freak winter storm in Texas have in common? If you guessed the ability to put a damper on the romance in your relationship, then you're right! These days, we are...
Some of the questions we most often receive are about schools in San Antonio, from “where should I send my child to school?” to “which schools in San Antonio are the best with/for ____?” We’re pleased to bring you...
San Antonio is a beautiful city with a large Hispanic community, and it is also a favorite travel destination for Mexican tourists and travelers from other Latin American countries.  Every spring, the Alamo City receives a large influx of visitors...
It only took 15 years, but it finally happened: my teenage daughter has finally developed an interest in clothing and fashion. Sure, she went through several phases as a child where she’d only wear princess dresses, then leopard print...
I come from a mixed cultural background. My mother and all the family I grew up with are Mexican-American; my father's side is of German descent. However, my first memory of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is...
As a librarian, I am always talking up the services that our libraries provide and that makes them community centers. Now, as their physical doors are temporarily closed, it’s time to explore their virtual resources more. Reading is a...
Tis the Season!  There are so many unique and memorable holiday events in San Antonio this season that are free and family friendly. Free Events (sorted by date) Holidazzle, Saturday, December 7th - 8:00 A.M.–9:00 P.M. at Baldwin Municipal Complex (Schertz)...
Celebrate New Year's Eve and ring in the New Year at one of these kid-friendly events. Several listed below require you to book in advance, so don't wait too long… they may sell out! Did we miss something? Let...
With the holiday season just around the corner, most of us are turning our attention to two things: buying Christmas gifts and planning our Thanksgiving meal. Whether you’re hosting this year or are lucky enough to have someone else...
We live in a great part of Texas for outdoor fun. Although it does get quite hot in the summer, we have lots of opportunities to beat the heat with splash pads all over town, SeaWorld, Six Flags, and...

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