Posts Tagged ‘2015’

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A stroll along the romantic San Antonio Riverwalk is a fitting end to another year. There is only one more week to bask in the rays of the goodness that is San Antonio and her inhabitants. Go soak up some of that which brings folks in from around the globe.


 

Downtown Tuesday is in full-effect!  Get your Downtown Say-Town fix with free parking and a really pretty day as a backdrop. Check the website for food truck choices.

Let me take a second to apologize for my lax posting schedule.  I’ve been helping out a fellow small business owner with their holiday rush.  I appreciate the opportunity and welcome his mentorship.  Need to send a package in the NE San Antonio/Universal City/Live Oak/Cibolo/Schertz area?  Then come  by the Randolph Mail Center and get your gifts and deliverables packed and wrapped by a professional.  Said pro wouldn’t be me, yet.  But I’m getting better. 👍. 

Don’t forget to check out the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show tonight on CBS! 

surrogateimageHow does one function in the wake of loss? Surrogate is at its core a meditation on absence. Small day to day steps into an emptied space, a palpable void. The images and objects created here are small surrogates representing an overwhelming whole.

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For anyone who has tried to make that holiday batch of tamales…

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Las Nuevas Tamaleras

The play captures three Latinas in an uproariously comical attempt at making tamales for the first time. Things become even more entertaining when the spirits of two seasoned tamaleras appear to help the novices make the perfect tamal!

Tickets Cost: Sec A – $25 Sec B – $18 Sec C – $15 Sec D – $12
Location: Guadalupe Theater, 1301 Guadalupe Street, San Antonio, Texas 78207
Times: 8 p.m. on Fri/Sat and 3 p.m. on Sunday
Phone: (210) 223-2009
Event Dates:
Friday, November 27, 2015 – Sunday, December 13, 2015


 

 

I tried to do a little research about the day before Thanksgiving traditions and only came up with “The day before Thanksgiving has the highest amount of liquor sales.”

To those of you perpetuating that non-myth, taxis and Uber are your friends :-).

You are on my list of gratefuls.  Thank you for reading.

Alamo City Rollergirls Las Pistoleras T-ShirtFrom the Alamo City Rollergirls “About” page:

Our league was founded in 2005 by Kat “Kitty Glitter” Feuerbackner and Cate “Nita Spankin” Compton. These two awesome ladies were on a mission to bring derby to San Antonio, Texas, where our league still calls home today. The founding duo was able to recruit skaters and volunteers and form a league that could be nationally recognized.


Tonight, the Alamo City Rollergirls are trying out a new flock of vicious vixens. No, you do not have to be a professional on skates or even own a pair. Go to the website to find out how you can support the team.


Pinocchio will be playing at the Tobin Center

Gappetto and his boy and a lesson in truth-telling.   I know a few people who should be on the front row, taking notes.

“AtticRep International Festival presented this classic in 2013 and returns for an encore with 10 performances that each include puppetry, music and shadow theater. Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, 210-223-8624”  (tobincenter.org)