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Hanging Gardens of Spring Creek Forest

The Splendid Hanging Gardens of Spring Creek Forest – Spring 2014 by Celia Hayes  All right then – I confess that after last year’s disastrous tomato adventure – in which that which wasn’t

San Antonio Book Festival

In the Shade of the Big Enchilada By Celia Hayes Well, that is the fond nickname given to the Central Library building in downtown San Antonio – a hulking cube with geometric cut-outs, painted

Renaissance Fair

Ren Faire by Celia Hayes Ive always thought there was a need in these mostly settled American late 20th century time for people to dress up and be something else for a while. There are local

The Smell of Chili

I Love the Smell of Chili in the Morning ... For much of the 19th century and into the early Twentieth, this was a popular San Antonio thing – various of the public squares, notably Military Plaza

Gotta Have Heart

You Gotta Have Heart Ah, yes – Fiesta Time is here once again; San Antonios very own Mardi Gras but with more couth. Or at least we like to think so. Around here, when the floats with the Fiesta

Comfort Food – Part 2

Comfort Food – Part 2 It seems, we were having winter during the week, and something like spring on the weekends. It was warm enough to get out and do a little yard work and consider all those

Lets Rodeo San Antonio

At the Stock Show and Rodeo by Celia Hayes This wasnt something that we had thought about for ourselves – going to the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo at the ATamp;T Center – but a friend of

The Guadalupe River Texas Parks and Wildlife

The Guadalupe River This story traces the Guadalupe River from its headwaters all the way down to the Gulf, highlighting some of the things you see and can do along the way. For more on Texas

Gardening March 2014

Planning for the Garden By Celia Hayes Once more into the breach, my friends; with the date of the last predicted frost in South Texas historically being in mid-March, its time to get started