Tacos and Tequilas. Not Just a Bar

I have a guest post today. It is written by my daughter Savannah. We ate at Tacos and Tequilas after our visit to the San Antonio Museum of Art's monthly family fun day. She is quite the budding artist. We stopped for a very late lunch at a restaurant right up the street from the museum. It's never been on our radar because it sounded too much like just a bar. And those days are long gone! Anyway, when I pulled up their menu on my phone, it listed a salad as an option. Well, who knew? We decided to give it try. The following is her take and photos on our experience. I guess I'll … [Read more...]

Christmas Lights on the Museum Reach

There are so many festive events in San Antonio this weekend. I don’t know where to start. I seem to have become a travel and event blogger lately. For me, it is all about experiences and connecting to one another. Plus, our city is just cool. There is a reason that we have so many tourists  come and visit. As locals, you need to go and explore and see what all the fuss is about.           Earlier this week, I took a river barge ride with my Junior League of San Antonio’s sustainer group. We had food and drinks prepared by the restaurant, Acenar. We … [Read more...]

Aphrodite and the Gods of Love

Last night, my husband asked me if I wanted to attend a speech he was giving at the San Antonio Museum of Art. At first I said no because I had a lot to do at home. I then remembered that they have the Aphrodite exhibit as SAMA right now. I have been  wanting to see it and blog about it so of course, I changed my mind. He had been asked to speak about a report he had done on San Antonio’s creative economy. A non-profit called, LOOP, which stands for Leadership Organization of Professionals would be the people to be in attendance. They were all going to share their ideas on how best to help … [Read more...]

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