Sports & Recreation

Four UIW basketball players suspended after Monday night brawl in San Antonio

A wild melee following the Cardinals' 76-72 loss against Texas A&M-Commerce grabbed national attention this week.

By Michael Karlis

The NCAA's Southland Conference has suspended four University of the Incarnate Word and four Texas A&M-Commerce men's hoops players after a Monday night brawl that drew national attention. In a Wednesday statement, the Southland Conference Board of Directors said a smackdown between the teams at San Antonio's Alice P. McDermott Convocation Center constituted a violation of the conference's "clear expectations for sportsmanship and behavior."

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20 roadside attractions between San Antonio and Austin everyone should see at least once

As two of Texas' biggest and most-distinctive cities, San Antonio and Austin boast landmarks that command the attention of locals and tourists…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Frank's Hog Stand
801 S. Presa St., San Antonio
A remnant of the classic 1920s chain of drive-in Pig Stand restaurants, Frank’s Hog Stand reopened in 2010 and served all-American eats. The restaurant has since closed, but the building remains the last pig standing — even when man has left.
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Everything we saw at the San Antonio Vogue Nights: 1-Year Anniversary Mini-Ball

San Antonio Vogue Nights, a monthly ballroom function hosted by House of Juicy Couture, celebrated its one-year anniversary Friday with a "Mini-Ball" at Brick…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw at the San Antonio Vogue Nights: 1-Year Anniversary Mini-Ball
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Everything we saw at San Antonio's Western Heritage Parade & Cattle Drive on Saturday

The San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo kicked off this weekend with Saturday's Western Heritage Parade & Cattle Drive. The annual event, which…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw at San Antonio's Western Heritage Parade & Cattle Drive on Saturday
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20 easy weekend road trips from San Antonio everyone should do at least once

Sometimes the call of the open road is irresistible — but then the reality of spending all day on the highway sets…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Lost Maples State Natural Area
About a 2 hour drive northwest of San Antonio
Lost Maples is a top destination for outdoor lovers for a reason. The park features more than 10 miles of trails, including one loop that offers a breathtaking view from the top of a 2,200-foot cliff. Lost Maples is worth a visit at all times of year, but is especially renowned for its Uvalde bigtooth maples, which burst into vibrant colors in the fall.
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February 21, 2024

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