Cancun Cruz, Isis Romero, Texas Coast Poop: San Antonio Current's most read news stories of 2021

We hope no one expected 2021 to be a slower news year than the shitshow that was 2020. Because it wasn't. Amid…

By San Antonio Current Staff

20. Texas Governor signs new law requiring strip club employees and patrons to be at least 21
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25 puro San Antonio Halloween costumes to try out this year

If you're still waffling on what kind of costume to wear for Halloween this year, let us suggest taking a homegrown approach.…

By San Antonio Current Staff

La Llorona
When it comes to scary San Antonio lore, nothing beats La Llorona. Prepare to frighten everyone you meet. 
Photo via Instagram / makeupbyanaisv
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Sick times, bad cops and viral weirdos: The year's 20 most-read San Antonio Current news stories

From a global health crisis and a shitshow of an election to lying politicians and cops behaving badly, there was no shortage…

By San Antonio Current Staff

4. In a now-deleted Facebook post, the local GOP leader theorized that the death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody might be a "staged event" meant to undermine President Donald Trump's chances with black voters. Read more here.
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Toothless politicians, motorized recliners and fart crimes: the weirdest Texas news stories of 2020

This year, it sure seemed like Texas was poised to yank the gimme cap-shaped crown off Florida's head and declare itself the…

By San Antonio Current Staff

It looks like San Antonio finally has its answer to Nathan Apodaca's viral Ocean Spray TikTok. Just take away the skateboard and cranberry juice and replace it with a motorized La-Z-Boy-style recliner and a beverage from SA taco chain Mama Margie's. Read more here.
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Everything We Saw as San Antonio Bars Reopened on Friday

Bars across Texas reopened at 25% occupancy Friday after Gov. Greg Abbott's latest order restarting the state's economy. Clearly, lots of Alamo…

By Sanford Nowlin

Everything We Saw as San Antonio Bars Reopened on Friday
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Here's How Politicians, Analysts and Celebrities Have Reacted to the Mass Shooting in El Paso

On Saturday, a man travelled from his Dallas-area home to the city of El Paso to stop the "Hispanic invasion of Texas."…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Here's How Politicians, Analysts and Celebrities Have Reacted to the Mass Shooting in El Paso
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