After purchase by an investor, this beautiful Dignowity Hill home is back on the market with a price cut

San Antonio's inner-city real estate is a hot commodity right now, and outside investors have swooped in to buy up homes and…

By San Antonio Current Staff

After purchase by an investor, this beautiful Dignowity Hill home is back on the market with a price cut
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The dumbest things ever blurted out by San Antonio Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church

San Antonio's Cornerstone Church recently made headlines by hosting a three-day gathering of far-right conspiracy theorists. Although Cornerstone Lead Pastor Matt Hagee eventually…

By San Antonio Current Staff

On the Antichrist (2007) 
From his book Jerusalem Countdown:
"[The Antichrist] will be the head of the European Union."
He also wrote that Jerusalem will be awash in a sea of blood during the final battle. Even Sen. John McCain distanced himself from Hagee after the book was published. Hagee really has a hard-on for the Armageddon, but there's no word on his thoughts on the 1998 movie. 
Photo via Instagram / pastorjohnhagee
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20 Christmas tree farms in driving distance of San Antonio where you can cut down your own

Sure, you can nab a pre-cut tree from a local lot, or get a faux version from a big box store. But…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Elgin Christmas Tree Farm
120 Natures Way, Elgin, (512) 281-5016, elginchristmastreefarm.com
Head up to Bastrop County and you may find yourself at this tree farm. Open rain or shine, this farm offers Virginia Pines and Leyland Cypress trees that are grown on-site. This year the farm is open Nov. 26-Dec. 10, or sellout.
Photo via Instagram / elginchristmas
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Black Label Society played San Antonio's Aztec Theatre and blew everyone away

Black Label Society's Doom Trooping Over North America tour hit San Antonio's Aztec Theatre on Friday, and the band — led by former…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Black Label Society played San Antonio's Aztec Theatre and blew everyone away
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10 San Antonio homes over 75 years old available right now for under $200,000

There just doesn't seem to be any letup in San Antonio's skyrocketing housing prices. In October, the city's median price shot past $300,000…

By San Antonio Current Staff

722 Aberdeen Pl., 1927
$190,000
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24 bars and restaurants to take out-of-towners that show the real San Antonio

It can be hard choosing a place to take friends or family visiting from out of town — or if you're just…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The Esquire Tavern
155 E. Commerce St., (210) 222-2521 esquiretavern-sa.com
Though not the first cocktail bar in San Antonio, The Esquire earns points for several great traits. From its storied history as the longest bar in Texas, to its thoughtful decor, to its amazing food menu, to its extensive mezcal list, and yes, classic and inventive cocktails, there's a bit of everything to find here. 
Photo via Facebook / EsquireTavernSA
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Wood-panelling, shag-carpets: This San Antonio home is a 1973 retro time capsule

A house now on the market in San Antonio's Medical Center looks move-in ready for the Brady Bunch. The split-level home was built…

By Sanford Nowlin

Wood-panelling, shag-carpets: This San Antonio home is a 1973 retro time capsule
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The 23 best places to see Christmas lights in driving distance of San Antonio this holiday season

Looking for some holiday cheer? Even the Grinchiest among us would have to admit there's something heartwarming about twinkling Christmas light displays.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Museum Reach River of Lights
It isn't just the downtown portion of the River Walk that gets the holiday treatment. The San Antonio River Authority's annual Museum Reach River of Lights extends the Christmas cheer further down the river, and even features a 30-foot-tall musical Christmas tree at the Museum Reach lock and dam. The lights will be on view through January 3, 2022.
Photo Courtesy of San Antonio River Authority
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All the Harry Potter fans we saw Thursday at San Antonio's Traveling Wizard's Ball

Earlier this month, entertainment giant Warner Bros. slapped the organizers of San Antonio's several-years-running Harry Potter-themed pub crawl with a cease-and-desist letter.…

By Sanford Nowlin

All the Harry Potter fans we saw Thursday at San Antonio's Traveling Wizard's Ball
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We got a sneak preview of San Antonio Botanical Garden's Lightscape holiday display

A new festive event is making its Texas debut at the San Antonio Botanical Garden this year — and we got a…

By San Antonio Current Staff

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The San Antonio Conservation Society is selling its historic King William headquarters for $4 million

The San Antonio Conservation Society is selling the Anton Wulff house, the stately King William Historical District home that's served as its…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The San Antonio Conservation Society is selling its historic King William headquarters for $4 million
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This mansion for sale in the Dominion was featured on the DIY Network series Pool Kings

This six-bedroom home that recently hit the market in the Dominion is all about outdoor entertaining. In addition to a large exterior…

By San Antonio Current Staff

This mansion for sale in the Dominion was featured on the DIY Network series Pool Kings
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100 gecs dazzled San Antonio at the Paper Tiger on Saturday

Experimental pop duo 100 gecs brought its autotuned sonic circus to the Paper Tiger on Saturday, awing the San Antonio crowd with…

By San Antonio Current Staff

100 gecs dazzled San Antonio at the Paper Tiger on Saturday
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Breathtaking moments you missed at Luminaria 2021

Luminaria 2021 was a feast for the senses. This year, the festival was spread across Hemisfair, the Henry B. González Convention Center…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Breathtaking moments you missed at Luminaria 2021
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The former owner of Cooper's Meat Market is selling his apron-white Alamo Heights home

Tucked away on the quiet Alamo Heights street of Penny Lane is a three-level structure that's bright white, both inside and out.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

The former owner of Cooper's Meat Market is selling his apron-white Alamo Heights home
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This mid-century San Antonio home for sale got a makeover, including a mosaic and tile facade

The architecture of this two-bedroom, two-bath house in Hollywood Park may have the spare elegance of 1958, but a complete remodel brought…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A top San Antonio homebuilder gave this mid-century Hollywood Park house an arty makeover
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21 San Antonio restaurants offering Thanksgiving meals for dine-in or takeout

Look, we get it — sometimes you're just not up to putting together a whole Thanksgiving meal yourself. Even if you're a…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Ambler
306 W Market St., (210) 229-9222, amblersanantonio.com
This newly-renovated River Walk eatery is offering a three course prix-fixe menu featuring cider-brined turkey breast and all the fixin’s. The attached Hotel Contessa is even offering Thanksgiving staycation packages for folks who simply don't want the hustle and bustle of the holiday at home. 
Photo courtesy of Ambler
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The best places in San Antonio to take out-of-towners that aren't the Alamo

Everybody knows about the Alamo and the River Walk, but San Antonio has much more to offer beyond its two most famous…

By San Antonio Current Staff

McNay Art Museum
6000 N. New Braunfels Ave., (210) 824-5368, mcnayart.org
The McNay, opened in 1954 in Marion Koogler McNay’s sprawling Spanish Colonial Revival mansion, proudly presents itself as “the first museum of modern art in Texas.” Greatly expanded in 2008 with the addition of the sleek, 45,000-square-foot Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions, the museum complements its impressive permanent collection of Post-Impressionist paintings, medieval and Renaissance treasures, modernist outdoor sculpture, Southwestern folk art and contemporary Latino prints with both touring and homegrown exhibitions.
Photo by in.her.heart.were.mangroves via Instagram / mcnayart
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Everything we saw during opening weekend of Wurstfest in New Braunfels

Wurstfest opened in New Braunfels this weekend, kicking off its 60th year celebrating German culture and food. This year marked the debut of…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw during opening weekend of Wurstfest in New Braunfels
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All the best colorful moments from San Antonio's 2021 Diwali celebration

San Antonio's annual Diwali festival took place Saturday night at Hemisfair, and it was a gorgeous sight to behold. The festival, celebrated…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the best colorful moments from San Antonio's 2021 Diwali celebration
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All the puro fun we saw at the 2021 Fideo Loco Festival

The fourth annual Fideo Loco Festival brought folks together Saturday at the Far West Event Center for an afternoon celebrating the homestyle Tex-Mex…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the puro fun we saw at the 2021 Fideo Loco Festival
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25 San Antonio bars where you probably won't see anyone you know

Sometimes you just want a beer without having to make small talk with friends-of-friends or the coworker you already politely declined an…

By San Antonio Current Staff

My Brother’s Bar
845 N St Mary's St, (210) 557-0677, facebook.com/My-Brothers-Bar-147946785228850
While most boozehounds drinking on St. Mary’s will be heading to the Strip, you’ll be safe from running into lots of people you know if you head to My Brother’s Bar. The downtown watering hole is down-to-earth and cozy, plenty homey with pool tables and cold beer to boot.
Photo via Instagram / djvitamix
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This vibrant 1930s fixer-upper was designed by iconic San Antonio developer H. C. Thorman

H.C. Thorman, the real-estate mogul behind the distinctive Olmos Park and Monticello Park neighborhoods, also built houses in other near-downtown enclaves, including this…

By San Antonio Current Staff

This vibrant 1930s fixer-upper was designed by iconic San Antonio developer H. C. Thorman
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14 women tattoo artists in San Antonio you should follow on Instagram

San Antonio is full of tattoo shops staffed with talented artists, and a growing number them are women who can sling ink…

By San Antonio Current Staff

subear
Photo via Instagram / subear
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A San Antonio mansion with installations from local glass artist Gini Garcia is on the market

A 6,000-square-foot home recently listed in The Greens of Lincoln Heights has plenty to appeal to a high-end homebuyer: a swimming pool, views…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A San Antonio mansion with installations from local glass artist Gini Garcia is on the market
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Where to find San Antonio's coolest murals and outdoor public art

You don't have to go to a museum to get your fill of art in San Antonio. The city is rich in…

By San Antonio Current Staff

And yet, we bloom
Corner of E. Houston and Navarro streets
Artist: Kat Cadena
This work by artist Kat Cadena was voted Best Mural in the Current's 2020 Best of San Antonio Issue.
Photo via Instagram / kat.cadena
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Take two and call us in the AM: Moments from Prescription Vineyard’s the Art of the Sip

San Antonians enjoyed a Prescription Vineyard wine tasting Wednesday at Blue Star Contemporary with art, live music and DJ stylings by Alyson…

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Take two and call us in the AM: Moments from Prescription Vineyard’s the Art of the Sip
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Southtown San Antonio's 'lightning bolt house' is back on the market with a $125,000 price cut

One of the most colorful and distinctive houses in San Antonio's arty Southtown neighborhood is back on the market. This time with…

By Sanford Nowlin

Southtown's distinctive 'lightning bolt house' is back on the market with a $125,000 price cut
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All the spooky folks we saw at Saturday's San Antonio Zombie Walk

Downtown San Antonio's annual Zombie Walk got underway at dusk Saturday, unleashing ghoulishly costumed participants onto the city streets. The terrifying parade…

By San Antonio Current Staff

All the spooky folks we saw at Saturday's Zombie Walk in San Antonio
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Everything we saw at the Día de los Muertos celebration in San Antonio's Market Square

San Antonio's Historic Market Square is holding a weekend-long celebration of Día de los Muertos, the centuries-old tradition focused on honoring departed…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw at the Día de los Muertos celebration in San Antonio's Market Square
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