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Adam Sandler spotted at San Antonio's Pearl, shooting hoops at Trinity
The comedian and actor, who performs Thursday night at Frost Bank Center, also bought a guitar while bumming around SA.
Inaugural class of San Antonio entrepreneurs graduates from UTSA academy
The 10-week long program teaches small-business owners how to land sought-after government contracts.
Ahead of San Antonio show, Trans-Siberian Orchestra talks about being a holiday tradition
TSO, a longtime San Antonio favorite, will perform two shows this Saturday at Frost Bank Center.
Divided San Antonio council approves CPS Energy rate increase
The approval came after the narrow defeat of an amendment that would have lessened the requested hike.
San Antonio 7th grader to compete on Food Network's Kid's Baking Championship
We sat down with 11-year-old Lila Smethurst to get the scoop on her television debut.
Reggaeton superstar Don Omar is coming to San Antonio's Frost Bank Center in March
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.
Ocho restaurant at San Antonio’s Hotel Havana reviving Christmas tamal dinner
Each tamal is served family-style, with sides of calabacitas soup, rice and beans.
Texas judge allows Kate Cox to abort fetus with lethal abnormality
Cox, 31, at 20 weeks pregnant, has learned her fetus has a lethal abnormality that is almost always fatal at birth.
Co-headlined Def Leppard-Journey tour coming to San Antonio's Alamodome
Tickets for the Aug. 16 show, which also features the Steve Miller band, go on sale next week.
San Antonio Spurs’ Gregg Popovich won’t be punished for outburst at fans
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said that Popovich grabbing the microphone was a "one-off" event.
Neighbors say suspect in Austin-San Antonio shooting spree changed after time in Army
After leaving the service in 2015, James displayed signs of mental illness and had trouble keeping a job, neighbors said.
Third Coast Cocktail Summit returning to San Antonio Jan. 9-13
This year's gathering will culminate in a disco-themed cocktail party at San Antonio’s Witte Museum.
Tripoli’s Mediterranean Grill has reopened on San Antonio’s West side
The new location features an expansion of both the menu and physical footprint, which includes a patio.
Two separate experimental music events taking place Wednesday in San Antonio
Free jazz duo The Whale is performing at the Hermann Sons Rathskellar Bar, while Space Available and Tamarisk have a show at Bright Coffee.
San Antonio's nationally lauded Carnitas Lonja permanently closing down
It's the third popular Alamo City restaurant to reveal its impending closure in as many days.
Here's what we know about the Austin-San Antonio shooting spree
Shane James, 34, is suspected of killing 6 and injuring 3 during a shooting rampage on Tuesday, police say.
Texas woman asks judge to let her terminate pregnancy after lethal fetal diagnosis
In an emergency request, the Center for Reproductive Rights is asking a judge to allow Kate Cox to terminate her pregnancy after she received a lethal fetal diagnosis.
Family Meal: Rico Torres of San Antonio's Mixtli benefiting his native El Paso with dinner series
Torres and other heavy-hitting, El Paso-born chefs are giving back to their hometown via a charitable dinner series.
San Antonio's first and only Dirty Dough Cookies closes up shop after 6 months
Owner Jalon Miyasaki said 'slow business' prompted him to shutter the shop.
Libertarian think tank rates Texas dead last for personal freedoms
Despite Texas leaders' rhetorical fixation with 'freedom,' the new Cato Institute study found residents have few personal freedoms compared to those in other U.S. states.
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