Christine Arredondo, who owns a gourmet olive oil shop in San Antonio, estimates she uses four or five different olive oils with her meals on any given day.
Edwyn J. Gorrell Memorial Park pays tribute to a San Antonio patrol officer who was shot Feb. 22, 1988, while attempting to make an arrest downtown.
Byrne South Texas President Tony Battle said the company is ahead of schedule and under budget with the project it started early this year.
Tower Plaza Hair Styles, in business since 1973 at the old Frost Bank building downtown, is not going anywhere now that bank employees have left.
What started as an online Lego shop has since expanded to a retail store, a place to host birthday parties and camps, and a popular team-building company.
Cindy Gleason works full-time as an anesthesiologist in San Antonio, but carves out time to train in Brazilian jiujitsu a few times a week.
The USAF Airman Heritage Museum chronicles little-known Air Force history and reveals artifacts dating back to 1907.
Jukebox: check. Tabletop arcade: check. Buckets of ice-cold beer: check. That might be typical of a small neighborhood bar, but Kathy’s has its own story.
A trip to the gardening center can often turn into pleasant time spent wandering around a shady oasis of trees and plants. That’s especially true if the store is big enough to require a map.
Albert Gonzales, president of the San Antonio chapter of the Barbarian Motorcycle Ministry, found a life of faith after being involved in crime.