The name Outlaw Kitchens comes from their cooking and delivering meals – illegally – from their Mahncke Park apartment when they first moved to San Antonio.
The sun did not shine on Solar Fest on Saturday, but an overcast sky and occasional drop of rain did not deter crowds from stopping by Roosevelt Park for the annual event that mixes fun with solar-powered education.
In my day job at CPS Energy, the largest municipally owned electric and gas utility in the country, I look out my window onto the glorious San Antonio River Walk.
This Saturday, Oct.
The word “urban” typically brings up visuals of high-rise buildings, traffic and fast-paced lunch breaks – not a spring morning spent harvesting tomatoes from a garden. But “urban gardening,” a growing trend across the country is, perhaps, changing the scope of what “urban” really means.