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For those who have lived in San Antonio a long time, this is the most important part of a story about Frontier Enterprises: The Frontier Burger, the actual charcoal-broiled version, is coming back, maybe as soon as next fall. (read more).
In San Antonio, it’s time for Fiesta and everyone celebrates, including our animal friends. Here’s a few fun Fiesta activities that are raising money and awareness for local animal groups.
Fiesta Pooch Parade The Fiesta® Pooch Parade, an official Fiesta® San Antonio event, is a 2.6 mile walk with dogs and their people along the streets of Alamo Heights. It is the only fundraiser for Therapy Animals of San Antonio. (read more).
My name is Samantha Langlois, and I am the Texas editor at Arcadia Publishing. We are interested in publishing a photographic history on Alamo Heights. While researching the city, I can across the My Alamo Heights website, and was hoping someone affiliated with the site might be interested in authoring the project! If not, perhaps someone knows a candidate who would make a good fit?
Colonel David Crockett (portrayed by Al Bouler) stayed at my home during the re-enactment of the Battle of the Alamo, and gave a wonderful impromptu monologue in my living room. For next year I am asking all of you in San Antonio to open your homes to our reenactors, and all of you elsewhere to open your piggy banks so we can start a travel expense fund for this group of dedicated Alamophiles who recreate the Fall of the Alamo on Alamo Plaza free for all of us at their own expense.
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