It’s August in San Antonio, and if you have kids, you’re probably doing the merciful thing and taking them to a pool to escape the heat.
For the next three weeks, San Antonio will be the epicenter of the swimming world.
It’s an oft-repeated, and usually true, adage that there are no free lunches in life.
It was a shot for his Hall of Fame highlight reel: Tim Duncan, three days shy of 39, falling to the floor, hitting a clutch push shot against the league’s best defensive center to break a 101-101 overtime tie in last week’s vital Game 2 against the Clippers.
Spurs and Fiesta.
Thinking of heading to Austin for the South by Southwest music festival next weekend?
Good news is an infrequent visitor to San Antonio’s Edgewood Independent School District.
For the third year, San Antonio baseball fans will have the chance to catch a Major League Baseball (MLB) series—without the four-hour car trip and overnight lodging expenses.
It’s going to be hard to top the present San Antonio just got for its 300th birthday.
San Antonio Sports is asking you to keep a secret for a few days.