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BBQ, Beer and Cocktails!

June 19th, 2020

BBQ, Beer & Cocktails back again by popular demand! Head to Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling (4834 Whirlwind Drive Suite 102 San Antonio) this Saturday Jun 20 from 12 – 7 p.m. for some BBQ, Beer and Cocktails! Limited indoor seating (50%), Beer Garden open (outdoor), and To-Go Service available. #SoTexBBQ will be joining with their mesquite smoked brisket, unique Smoked Pork Tamales and amazing Borracho Brisket Beans. For more information, please visit   For more fun things to do in San Antonio this week, check out the latest issue... Read More

The Psychoholics & Black Molly at Fitzgerald’s Bar

June 18th, 2020

Ready to venture out and enjoy some live music this weekend? Well then, you’re in luck. Experience The Psychoholics and Black Molly at Fitzgerald’s Bar & Live Music Venue (437 McCarty Suite 101 San Antonio) this Saturday Jun 20 from 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. This 21 and up event has a $10 cover. Don’t miss these two awesome San Antonio bands this weekend! For more information, please visit   For more fun things to do in San Antonio this week, check out the latest issue of Fun10SanAntonio.   Read More

Chicago at Woodlawn Theatre

June 17th, 2020

See Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, and Renee Zelwegger in the six-time Academy Award-winning film Chicago on the Woodlawn Theatre mainstage this Friday June 19 at 7 p.m. All tickets are $10 each. RATED: PG-13. The historic Woodlawn Theatre is marking 75 years of entertaining the San Antonio community this year. In celebration, we’re turning back the clock and revisiting our days as a grand movie theatre this summer. For five Fridays, Woodlawn Theatre will show popular musical films on our indoor big screen with proceeds to benefit Woodlawn Theatre and Woodlawn Theatre Academy. To comply... Read More

The Awakening Heads to The Rock Box

June 17th, 2020

Do you need some live music in your life? Then head to The Rock Box (1223 E Houston St. San Antonio) this Friday Jun 19 for an awesome lineup of entertainment. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission for minors is $15 and 21 and over is just $10.   Check Out: THE AWAKENING Deadset Sugoi Anders Freezagang ENT- Tazz X BigboyJess X YoungboyUub X  Iss Apex  X Isaac Whoo Dee James PyroCo Jay Preach Cosmictoya X D. Jacobs Creep Bobby Mack Isaiahbrokn Wicked Twistt Ygb Chuky Emotional BRATS Forever – Boy Toys Elegy / Ill Jaeden / RTG Ivytheterrible & SORAthaMOON yungshxdow & Dj $paz   VENUE... Read More

Los Callejeros de San Anto at The Aquaduck Beer Garden

June 16th, 2020

Los Callejeros de San Anto returns to The Aquaduck Beer Garden (9214 Espada Rd. San Antonio) this Friday Jun 19 at 9 p.m. Abuela approved! Established in 2018, The Aquaduck is San Antonio’s new premier beer garden offering a nice selection of beers, margaritas, wines, and specialty drinks.  Additionally, our grounds are set within the San Antonio Mission Trails and historical Aqueduct district.  Come enjoy yourself, your family & friends, and ice cold drinks with mother nature. For more information, please visit   For more fun things... Read More

Membership & Season Pass Preview at Six Flags

June 16th, 2020

Who’s ready for thrills? Six Flags Fiesta Texas re-opens to the public beginning June 19! Members and Season Pass Holders have exclusive preview days of June 19-21. We’ve implemented new safety measures and hygiene protocols, including new technology systems to protect our guests and employees. It’s time to get reacquainted with the Thrill Capital of South Texas!   Pass Holder & Member Schedule June 19 | 4pm-9pm | Diamond/Diamond Elite Members Only June 20 | 10:30am-9pm | All Members & Season Pass Holders June 21 |10:30am-9pm | All Members & Season Pass Holders   Reservations... Read More

Rob Sturgis Band Freedom Pro Jam

June 15th, 2020

The Freedom Pro Jam continues this Thursday Jun 18 from 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. at Las Chiladas (2387 NW Military Way San Antonio), which lets us show our patriotism as the nation emerges from our lockdown quarantine. The Rob Sturgis Band is hosting and reasonable social distancing will be practiced – so you must bring your own guitar, drum sticks, microphone if you would like to participate, but in any event, come for a late lunch, dinner, or early supper. For more information, please visit   For more fun things to do in San Antonio this... Read More

Sustainable Landscapes

June 15th, 2020

Join Eco Centro online for Sustainable Landscapes this Thursday Jun 18 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Register now for the link to this FREE online workshop: Design and implement landscapes that work. Learn valuable techniques to develop landscapes that are made to last and function sustainably with local ecosystems. A properly designed sustainable landscape should be beautiful and eco-friendly while saving resources and requiring minimal maintenance. Keep water on your property, reduce localized flooding, manage stormwater flows, design for conservation and... Read More

Plant Based Junk Food in San Antonio

June 15th, 2020

Vuture Food is coming from Los Angeles for a special vegan comfort food pop up, Plant Based Junk Food, on Monday Jun 15 from 2 – 7 p.m. at Roadmap Brewing Co. (723 N Alamo San Antonio). Staff will be wearing gloves and face masks, there will be social distancing, all menu items will be placed in to-go containers only. Roadmap will also be offering all their brews as a to-go option as well. All of Vuture Food’s items are Free of Nuts. They cook everything in soy oil. All of their loaded fries are made with GF ingredients however they are fried in the same fryer as our patties which contain wheat. Menu... Read More

Walk on the River 2.0: The African Influence

June 6th, 2020

Experience Walk on the River 2.0: The African Influence in San Antonio TX, Online Documentary Screening! Join us Sunday June 7, for an online screening of “Walk on the River 2.0: The African Influence in San Antonio, TX.” As the first civil settlement in the state of Texas, there are a ton of historical sites and legendary tales that have helped to shape the culture of our community. In the original documentary film Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City we shared the African American experience from the time of Emancipation (roughly 1865) to Integration and the end of... Read More