San Antonio's Orlando Mendez-Valdez escaped a rough upbringing to play pro hoops in Mexico
'It's exciting being part of the first Mexican team affiliated with the NBA,' said Mendez-Valdez.
By Tommy Escobar
Tags: Sports & Recreation, basketball, NBA, Mexican National Team, FIBA Basketball World Cup, Capitanes, G League, Mexico, Orlando Mendez-Valdez, West Side, Soles de Mexicali
The crew behind TV pilot Salesman the Series aims to spotlight San Antonio culture and talent
The crime satire takes place in San Antonio's 1990s drug culture, cutting in aspects from the era's punk scene plus a hefty dose of 1970s Chicano soul.
Tags: Movie Reviews & News, San Antonio, Texas, pilot, television, tv series, tv pilot, Salesman the Series, San Antonio television show, Lenny Finklestein, Vincent Vaquero, Colby Guillory, Amadeo Rivas, OLLU, Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio Film Festival, Chicano Soul, Royal Jesters, soundtrack, Eptones, Tejano, James Ybarra, love letter, crime satire, El Montan, Paper Tiger, puro, puro San Antonio, love letter to San Antonio
San Antonio's full of fun diversions that fit a college student's budget
This list of fun, affordable San Antonio spots should be on any college student's list when it comes time to socialize, have fun and unwind.
Tags: Arts Stories & Interviews, San Antonio, Texas, things to do in San Antonio, college guide, Blue Star Arts Complex, Bonham Exchange, San Antonio Spurs, St. Mary's Strip, Chicken N Pickle, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio Missions, baseball, Japanese Tea Garden, Bombay Bicycle Club
Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. has San Antonio homecoming for back-to-back Missions games
The all-star played with the Missions Saturday and Sunday while completing rehab on an injury.
Tags: Sports & Recreation, San Antonio Missions, San Diego Padres, Fernando Tatis Jr., Nelson Wolff Stadium, AA baseball, MLB, minor league baseball, Major League Baseball, Silver Slugger award, San Antonio sports, things to do in San Antonio, Juan Soto from the Washington Nationals, National league MVP
San Antonio Spurs want to feature food from local, minority-owned restaurants at AT&T Center games
Selected restaurant owners also take part in a mentorship program that includes training in social media, marketing, graphic design and finance.
By Sanford Nowlin and Tommy Escobar
Tags: Flavor, San Antonio spurs, NBA, basketball, Spurs Sports & Entertainment, AT&T Center, Kevin Baker, pro sports, sports arenas, Aramark, Ma Harper’s Creole Kitchen, Tony G’s Soul Food, The Lord’s Kitchen, BallHoggs BBQ, culinary programs, mentorship programs, minority-owned businesses, small businesses, San Antonio, San Antonio Food, San Antonio restaurants
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