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Beaches Be Trippin\': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Beaches Be Trippin': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Arts & Culture: Let’s face it, most of us Lone Stars view the Texas coast as a poor man’s Waikiki. Hell, maybe just a poor man’s Panama Beach — only to be used... By Callie Enlow 7/10/2013

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Best of SA 2013: 4/24/2013
‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ Documents a Cult Director’s Ambitious Failure

‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ Documents a Cult Director’s Ambitious Failure

Screens: We’ve all seen David Lynch’s 1984 film, Dune. For kids of the ’80s and ’90s, it was a staple in Dad’s VHS library. As an adult looking back on it, or as a... By James Woodard 4/16/2014
Alamo Colleges Barely Passed Its Own Accountability Test

Alamo Colleges Barely Passed Its Own Accountability Test

News: After months of passionate protest, petitions and public forums, faculty, students and administration of the five Alamo Community Colleges let out... By Mary Tuma 4/16/2014
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Alamo Colleges Barely Passed Its Own Accountability Test

News After months of passionate protest, petitions and public forums, faculty, students and administration of the five Alamo Community Colleges let out... By Mary Tuma | 4/16/2014
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Protestors Won’t Give Up on Immigration Reform

News “Obama, Obama, don’t deport my mama!,” chanted dozens of protestors at the University of Texas—Austin last week. In a call to President Barack Obama... By Mary Tuma | 4/16/2014
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Cityscrapes: A historic argument for a streetcar vote

News Here in San Antonio, we’re really, really good at remembering some things: Travis, Barrett, Crockett, the defenders of the Alamo and the story of the creation... By Heywood Sanders | 4/16/2014
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Glitter Political: Tommy Calvert’s political rebirth

News Tommy Calvert, candidate for precinct 4 Bexar County commissioner, says his love of reading has dramatically sharpened his skills in the art of... By Jade Esteban Estrada | 4/9/2014
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Alamo Colleges Barely Passed Its Own Accountability Test

Alamo Colleges Barely Passed Its Own Accountability Test

News: After months of passionate protest, petitions and public forums, faculty, students and administration of the five Alamo Community Colleges let out... By Mary Tuma 4/16/2014
Protestors Won’t Give Up on Immigration Reform

Protestors Won’t Give Up on Immigration Reform

News: “Obama, Obama, don’t deport my mama!,” chanted dozens of protestors at the University of Texas—Austin last week. In a call to President Barack Obama... By Mary Tuma 4/16/2014
Cityscrapes: A historic argument for a streetcar vote

Cityscrapes: A historic argument for a streetcar vote

News: Here in San Antonio, we’re really, really good at remembering some things: Travis, Barrett, Crockett, the defenders of the Alamo and the story of the creation... By Heywood Sanders 4/16/2014
Glitter Political: Tommy Calvert’s political rebirth

Glitter Political: Tommy Calvert’s political rebirth

News: Tommy Calvert, candidate for precinct 4 Bexar County commissioner, says his love of reading has dramatically sharpened his skills in the art of... By Jade Esteban Estrada 4/9/2014
Fiest-aah!: Will 18 days of party madness kill us or make us stronger?

Fiest-aah!: Will 18 days of party madness kill us or make us stronger?

News: I had just moved to San Antonio when one day I noticed a bunch of bleachers stacked beneath the highway underpasses near Downtown. I asked my... By Callie Enlow 4/9/2014
Which SA Reps Support the Equal Pay Act?

Which SA Reps Support the Equal Pay Act?

News: In an impassioned speech last Monday morning, gubernatorial candidate state Sen. Wendy Davis (D-Forth Worth) played offense by bashing her campaign challenger... By Mary Tuma 4/2/2014
Glitter Political: Debra Guerrero’s seven-year itch

Glitter Political: Debra Guerrero’s seven-year itch

News: Former City Councilwoman Debra Guerrero doesn’t wear a ton of jewelry, but the gold James Avery charm bracelet wrapped around her wrist... By Jade Esteban Estrada 4/2/2014
Leticia Van de Putte’s Lite Guv Bid Assures One Outcome: She will be heard

Leticia Van de Putte’s Lite Guv Bid Assures One Outcome: She will be heard

News: Ten minutes left on the clock. The tension, palpable. The chaos, looming. By now, the scene had drawn an estimated 180,000 viewers from around... By Mary Tuma 3/26/2014
Just Happens to Be LGBT: New LULAC Chapter Focuses on LGBT Latina/os

Just Happens to Be LGBT: New LULAC Chapter Focuses on LGBT Latina/os

News: Although Latinos and Latinas have come a long way in the history of this country (and this city), we’re not a monolithic culture. In fact, we’re as diverse... By Richard Farias 3/26/2014
Diego Bernal Wants to Occupy Downtown: Options for addressing vacant property problems

Diego Bernal Wants to Occupy Downtown: Options for addressing vacant property problems

News: As Heywood Sanders points out in this week’s Cityscrapes column, the vacant building has become almost as much a symbol of downtown San Antonio as... By Callie Enlow 3/19/2014
Kick-ass Sports Talk: An Interview with the Ticket’s Mike Taylor

Kick-ass Sports Talk: An Interview with the Ticket’s Mike Taylor

News: Mike Taylor, the jocular host of his own show on Ticket 760AM, has a pretty solid record talking sports, or kicking sports’ ass, as he puts it.... By Eric Moreno 3/19/2014
Cityscrapes: International urban scholars converge downtown

Cityscrapes: International urban scholars converge downtown

News: From March 19 to 22, more than 700 international urban scholars will convene in San Antonio for the annual meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. We’ll... By Heywood Sanders 3/19/2014
  • Caption Contest: What is this cop thinking?

    Fri, 18 Apr 2014 23:59:11 +0000

    KSAT got a hold of this viewer-submitted photo, of what looks to be a SAPD motorcycle cop testing his faith on Good Friday. Look for the follow-up story, “SAPD officer in critical condition after car reversed into him on I-35,” tonight at 10.  
  • Bonehead Quote of the Week: David Barton on SA’s LGBT Non-Discrimination Ordinance

    Fri, 18 Apr 2014 16:09:29 +0000

    During an evangelical conference held in Austin earlier this month, Texas’ self-taught pseudo-historian David Barton took aim at San Antonio’s recently passed non-discrimination ordinance, a measure that grants equal protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender residents in hiring and firing, public accommodations, fair housing, city employment, contracts and board appointments by adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the city code. After months of heated debate, the long and controversial fight to secure equal rights for all SA residents is now in our rearview mirror. But Barton, echoing the misinformation spouted from vehement right-wing critics that showed up in droves at City Council chambers for months, gave us a throwback we could do without. As religious conservative watchdog group, the Texas Freedom Network reports: “The problem is, under the non-discrimination ordinance that they just passed in San Antonio, if you did what JC [former Republican Congressman JC Watts of Oklahoma] did tonight and if you stand up for traditional marriage—marriage is a man and a woman—you are dismissed from office in San Antonio under the new city law,” said Barton.  “So JC, even though he’s elected by an overwhelming majority in San Antonio, he’s out the door. ‘You can’t do […]
  • Survey Finds Texans Support Marijuana Regulation

    Thu, 17 Apr 2014 20:54:08 +0000

    A recently conducted survey shows Texans don’t mind if you toke up. Progress Texas created a confidential online survey two weeks ago asking Texans if they support marijuana decriminalization, medicinal use and full regulation. It turns out each policy received more than 90 percent support from the roughly 8,000 respondents, according to preliminary results from the progressive advocacy group. Results: Decriminalization, 92.6 percent said yes, 2.6 percent said no, 0.8 percent said “don’t know”; medicinal use, 98.3 percent said yes, 1.1 percent said no, 0.6 said “don’t know” and as for full regulation: 91.7 percent said yes, 5 percent said no and 3.3 percent said “don’t know.” “The early numbers show that marijuana regulation may be more popular than Texas football,” said Phillip Martin, deputy director of Progress Texas, in a statement. “We’re still in the first quarter of our outreach, but Texans appear ready for a serious conversation about marijuana regulation.” Other recent findings highlight changing attitudes toward marijuana use among Texans. A February 2014 poll from the Texas Tribune/The University of Texas at Austin reported most Texans would support marijuana legalization for medical use and a near-majority would be okay with legalizing it for any use. Nearly 50 percent of registered voters would legalize pot for any purpose—either […]