Take me us out to the ball game. Take us out to the crowd! Big League Weekend is back in the Alamodome this weekend for a little baseball under the lights on March 28th and 29th.
Did you know that more than 3.5 million people attend Fiesta each year with 20 percent of attendees visiting from out-of-state? Let’s just say, it’s one big…well… fiesta! This year, Fiesta happens to fall during Easter weekend. So you know what the Fiesta Commission did? Made it even bigger and better! Continue reading
Back in January, San Antonio experienced one heck of a conference filled with alcohol, food, and some pretty amazing people. Although the conference was created to gather people together to learn about a common interest, it also held a second purpose: charity. Continue reading
San Antonio goes ‘green’ this Saturday and Sunday for the Murphy’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. Free to the public, this family-friendly event features live music, food, and floats along the San Antonio River.
The floats will release 110 pounds of green dye into the River putting it in the spirit of the Irish holiday. For a few hours, the River adopts the name of “The River Shannon” in honor of the Emerald Isle. Continue reading
Another year has come and gone. Trends have fallen in and fallen out of style leaving some happy while others mourning the loss of their money on pieces they know they will never wear again.
Thankfully, weddings trends are a little different from typical fashion trends, and tend to keep consistent with a few changes here and there. Take a look at some of this year’s upcoming ideas and trends. Some may look familiar. Continue reading
The holidays make the perfect opportunity for men around the world to pop the question to their significant other. The weather is cooler making cozy spaces all the more romantic.
We know a thing or two about being a part of San Antonio’s history. So do our friends at the San Antonio Zoo. This year marks the official 100th anniversary of the San Antonio Zoo. Their humble beginnings can be traced back to 1914 when Colonel George W. Brackenridge gifted a scenic area of San Antonio for the public to enjoy watching buffalo graze and elk meander, as well as see monkeys, lions and bears (oh my!). Now, the San Antonio houses more than 8,500 animals! Continue reading
From one bowl game to the next…San Antonio is becoming quite the football town it seems. This weekend The US Army All American Bowl kicks off under the Alamodome lights as high school players from all over the country come together for some great football playing. Nineteen of those players are homegrown Texans, with 4 from right here in San Antonio! Continue reading
Hut, hut, HIKE! Kickoff for the Valero Alamo Bowl is just days away and we’re already full of team spirit. At 5:45 p.m. on Monday, December 30, cheers and chants will ring out from the Alamodome as thousands of fans from all over the country root for #1 Pac-12 team Oregon and #2 Big 12 team University of Texas at Austin. Continue reading