Nirenberg speaks out against Abbott’s recent comments on possible end to Texas mask mandate 

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Mayor Ron Nirenberg had a brief, but to the point response for Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday after Abbott recently said during a Corpus Christi news conference that Texas leaders are “evaluating” when the state-wide mask mandate may be lifted. Many across the state were shocked Abbott would encourage talks of ending the mandate …

Air Force Thunderbirds select San Antonio-based pilot for upcoming season

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1of3 The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, known as the “Thunderbirds,” announced selections for the 2021-2022 show seasons on Wednesday. Maj. Thomas Werner, of the 182nd Fighter Squadron at Texas Air National Guard, will fly the No. 7 jet, serving as the team’s operations officer. Air Force Thunderbirds Show MoreShow Less 2of3 The …

22 essential San Antonio seafood restaurants

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By San Antonio Current Staff Many observant San Antonio Catholics abstain from meat during Lent, which is why we’re offering up this array of local seafood restaurants where folks can indulge while waiting out the weeks before Easter arrives. While most of these places offer the quintessential fried fish option, they also serve up a …

3 San Antonio strip clubs slapped for violating city’s Public Health Emergency Declaration

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click image Unsplash / Eric Nopanen Since February 12, the city has slapped three San Antonio strip clubs — XTC Cabaret, The Palace Gentleman’s Club and Perfect 10 Men’s Club — with citations for failing to follow pandemic-related safety protocols, according to online records. In the case of XTC, the club was cited for after …

Global inequity in COVID-19 vaccination is more than a moral problem

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click to enlarge Courtesy / City of San Antonio Months before the first COVID-19 vaccine was even approved, wealthy nations scrambled to secure hundreds of millions of advance doses for their citizens. By the end of 2020, Canada bought up 338 million doses, enough to inoculate their population four times over. The United Kingdom snagged …

Dorćol Distilling, restaurant aid: San Antonio’s biggest food stories of the week

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Friday, February 26, 2021 Posted By San Antonio Current Staff on Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 4:26 PM click to enlarge Instagram / dorcolspirits Dorćol Distilling and Brewing sued St. Elmo Brewing in federal court this week for trademark infringement related to Dorćol’s HighWheel Betty Kölsch. Last week’s winter storm carried over into this week’s …

Flyin’ Ted Cuz, police misconduct: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week

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Posted By San Antonio Current Staff on Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 4:13 PM Tags: San Antonio, Texas, top stories, top headlines, most read stories, biggest headlines, biggest news, San Antonio news, news roundup, boil notice, SAWS, San Antonio Water System, Ted Cruz, C\ancún, group texts, leaked text messages, SAPD, San Antonio Police Department, offiers …

San Antonio chefs from Mixtli and Kumo take part in Jacques Pépin Foundation video recipe book

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Posted By Nina Rangel on Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 3:53 PM Josh Zapata at Design Film Firm San Antonio chef Rico Torres (left) will appear on Hulu’s new original series, ‘Taste the Nation.’ Foodies of any level will recognized the name Jacques Pépin as synonymous with “classic French technique applied to American cuisine.” Now, …