After Hurricane Harvey made landfall and motorists in San Antonio besieged gas stations like frantic bank customers in “Mary Poppins,” there’s probably never been a better time to try something that lets you avoid gas stations altogether — commuting by bicycle. I’m here to help. We can all come up with excuses to avoid riding … Read more
If you read weather updates on Facebook from the San Antonio Express-News, then you’re keenly aware that it’s summer and the forecaster is not happy about it. “There is no weather,” a typical forecast reads. “There is only this. Always this. Unchanging. Eternal. Forever. This.” Then there was this gem: “It’s mostly sunny and almost … Read more
This must be the first time in history when a comedian analyzed IRS tax records for nonprofits, uncovered unflattering news about the Miss America pageant, and boiled it all down in hilarious fashion. John Oliver is amazing.
I got to spend Sunday afternoon with members of the San Antonio Living History Association, who reenacted the historic battle of the Alamo and showed onlookers what life was like 177 years ago. Related:
Bracken Bat Cave, home to the largest concentration of mammals on the planet with 20 million Mexican free-tail bats, is opening up to the general public for a brief period. This is awesome. Related:
I’m assuming the other John Tedesco is Bad Spock because they both have goatees and a Vulcan death grip.
Wait for the Homer Simpson moment.
This video by the Texas Tribune was a creative way to give readers a sense of what it’s like in Austin during the first day of the 2011 Texas Legislative session.
Hard to believe Pete was born a year ago.
“You are the hottest garbage man I have ever seen.”