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Tomorrow at 19:30 – 07:30 pm

Jesus Christ Superstar
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Tomorrow at 19:00 – Jul 16, 09:30 PM

Cactus Pear Music Festival 2022: 2 Weeks of Sizzlin' Chamber Music
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Meet New People (20s - 30s) San Antonio
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Today at 07:30 PM - 07:30 pm

Jesus Christ Superstar
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Today at 06:30 PM - 09:00 pm

Italian Trattoria
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Today at 01:00 PM - 10:00 pm

All-Guitar SummerFest Day 2
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Pounding The Rock has new update
14 hours ago Open Thread: Brett Brown is looking forward to helping the Spurs rebuild
Photos by Mark Sobhani/NBAE via Getty Images Brown helped oversee what may have been the most ambitious rebuild in NBA history, and he’s ready to help the Spurs. Even before the Spurs made a franchise-altering decision to trade Dejounte Murray and enter full-fledged rebuilding mode, they had a big hole to fill on the bench left behind by Becky Hammon when she left to coach in the WNBA. There was a lot of speculation about who might fill it, ranging from another young up-and-coming coach, former player, or recent Pop disciples who had just entered the open market, such as Quin Snyder or James Borrego. While it did end up being someone from Pop’s coaching tree, it probably wasn’t who many were thinking of: Brett Brown. Brown began his NBA career with the Spurs in 2022 and was an assistant under Pop from 2007 through 2013 before being hired by the Philadelphia 76ers to see them through “The Process”, a.k.a. former GM Sam Presti’s rebuilding strategy of extreme tanking for several years to get multiple top draft prospects before building back up. This gave Brown some serious experience in dealing with a rebuild, and now he’s ready to bring that knowledge back to the Spurs. In a recent interview with “The Rights to Ricky Sanchez” podcast, Brown explained how he’s excited to get back to coaching, and even though he had been talking to Pop about returning even before they decided to take the full rebuild route, he still knew his experience in player development was going to be needed. “I think it ended up being a byproduct of where the team evolved to. Pop and I have been talking for a while. This wasn’t something that came out of the left field. We had been talking for a while so that kind of thing was already in place. “I do think I can help steer some of the things along. I love [player] development.” You can listen to the entire podcast by clicking here. What do you think, Spurs fans? Are you happy to have Brown back on the Spurs bench, and will his experience with The Proces help the Spurs going forward? Feel free to discuss that or any other unrelated topic in the comments below. Welcome to the Thread. Join in the conversation, start your own discussion, and share your thoughts. This is the Spurs community, your Spurs community. Thanks for being here. Our community guidelines apply which should remind everyone to be cool, avoid personal attacks, not to troll and to watch the language.
San Antonio Current has new update
1 day ago Taco Cabana reopens San Antonio location after viral TikTok shows rats in the kitchen
A San Antonio resident's now-viral TikTok video captured her surprise and disgust when she spotted rodents scurrying across the floor of a Taco Cabana kitchen as she pulled up to the drive-thru. Rita Guarnero-Longoria rolled up to the Taco Cabana at 6040 Bandera Road after midnight Monday. Instead of being greeted by an employee at the window, she witnessed a quartet of what appeared to be rats running out from under a grill.
San Antonio Current has new update
1 day ago Texas will distribute $180 million to help travel and tourism business recover from pandemic
The Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant Program (TTIR) will begin taking applications this Wednesday for one-time grants of up to $20,000 to travel- and tourism-related businesses who suffered losses during the pandemic. The program — signed into law in May — will administer $180 million in funds received under the federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

Wednesday Specials in San Antonio

Bar
4553 N TX-1604-LOOP W Suite 1101 San Antonio, Texas, San Antonio TX, 78249
Happy Hour Wednesday through Sunday evenings from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
$2 wells drinks and $3 frose, house margs and house shots.
Picks’ Reverse Happy Hour, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Restaurant
306 Pearl Pkwy, San Antonio TX, 78215
Happy Hour is half off of their house cocktails and most beers
3-6 pm Monday through Saturday
Bistr09
Restaurant
6106 Broadway Street, San Antonio TX, 78209
Happy Hour $5 cocktails and appetizers, offered Monday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Barbaro
Bar
2720 McCullough Ave, San Antonio TX, 78212
Best Happy Hour in town 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day
$5 classic and house cocktails
Discounts on select beer and wine.

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