20 things in San Antonio that are gone but we’d really like back

San Antonio's recent growth has brought along some great things, but it's also changed the character of our city. We've lost local…

By San Antonio Current Staff

El Mirador
This storied Southtown fixture closed permanently in 2018 after more than 50 years serving a blend of Tex-Mex staples and upscale takes on Mexican cuisine. Blue Star artists, city hall politicians and longtime regulars made up its diverse and loyal clientele. The restaurant's closure certainly seemed to mark the end of an era for its south-of-downtown neighborhood.
Photo by Kody Melton
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These Flyers from the '70s and '80s Tell the Story of San Antonio's Golden Age of Punk

Former San Antonio resident Manney Garcia has spent years collecting and archiving flyers, photos, fanzines and press clippings from his hometown's punk…

By San Antonio Current Staff

These Flyers from the '70s and '80s Tell the Story of San Antonio's Golden Age of Punk
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Viva Taco Land! A Digital Archive

This is an ongoing digital archive in tribute to Taco Land. The stories, music, rifts and love affairs Taco Land sparked are…

By San Antonio Current Staff

via Flick/Justin Parr
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