A secret “equity lens” water plan calls for affluent San Antonians to use water from a sewage treatment facility while poorer residents get aquifer water.
The Dimmick Diaries has learned that financial services behemoth USAA aims to purchase a building it previously owned, over the wishes of a group of nuns.
Aides tell the Dimmick Diaries that San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg has given up his exercise and diet regimen to binge-watch TV shows and eat junk food.
After months of terrorizing San Antonio pedestrians, e-scooters have been barred from the streets and replaced with a new tot-sized option: trikeshare.
With all the fake news swirling about, it’s understandable if thinking people want to dive under the covers and demand that every statement — even those made by their own small children — be vetted, sourced, and cited.
For more than five years, a rotating cast of Brooklyn-based actors and models has been paid to reside at the Can Plant apartments at the Pearl, posing as locals.
Moving on from his twice-failed “Muslim ban,” Trump has turned his attention to Monarch butterflies, which every year migrate between Mexico and the U.S.
The Dimmick Diaries’ investigative team recently followed Taylor from her home in Dignowity Hill to an underground club in Southtown known as “Capital Improvements.”
Mayoral candidate Manuel Medina has one thing neither of the other front runners has: his neighbors.
Ron Nirenberg shared his Saturday schedule with The Dimmick Diaries to give a glimpse inside life on the campaign trail, or, as he calls it, “my jam.”