Chef Johnny Hernandez and I recently sat down for an interview a little before 6 p.m. when many of us are otherwise wrapping up our workday.
Pinch yourself – it’s true.
Five years ago, Local Coffee owner Robby Grubbs changed the landscape of the coffee business in San Antonio when he opened the doors of his first Local Coffee shop.
In San Antonio, it’s not Christmas without tamales.
Delicious, warm, fresh-from-the-oven cookies delivered right to your door?
Much has changed since I covered a Slow Food South Texas Harvest Gala and the slow food movement in San Antonio just two years ago.
Restaurant Week, the 5k Wine & Beer Run, Festival Week …
Not long ago, I read that the average dieter gives up after about five weeks with most diets derailed due to loss of motivation and willpower. That said, it’s easy to see why a midpoint meet up and weigh-in is so important to the contestants in this year’s H-E-B Slim Down Showdown, a “Biggest Loser” style competition for 30 contestants selected from H-E-B employee and customer applicants.
The beginning of the year always brings with it resolutions.
Earlier this week, in her article “San Antonio: Be Proud to be a ‘Big City, Small Town,” Suz Burroughs pointed out that cities like ours with a small town feel and evenly-connected human network are great at solving problems. The theory is that together we can better communicate and coordinate through meaningful, collective action.