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Jugo Juicery + Body elevates the importance of nutrition

Jugo Juicery + Body, located at 11858 Wurzbach Rd., is the place to be after a long weekend of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day or...

The St. Anthony hosts Look Local Fest

St. Anthony Hotel is hosting the Look Local Festival presented by Style Lush TV & OPEN Downtown Pop Up Shops. It will take place Saturday,...

Boost your happiness with these great recipes for International Day of...

International Day of Happiness lands on March 20th and sad faces are not allowed. Being happy is crucial to get you through your daily routine...

Carole King’s ‘Beautiful’ musical debuts in San Antonio

Award-winning Broadway hit “Beautiful—The Carole King Musical” is officially here and actors have seven performances left at the Majestic Theatre to give locals and...

Capture Rx announces expansion and relocation to downtown

CaptureRx, a San Antonio-based healthcare technology company, announced on Thursday its decision to expand the company’s corporate headquarters in the Kress Building, located within...

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish cuisine

St. Patrick’s Day is a popular holiday filled with rich Irish culture and history. St. Patrick’s Day or the Feast of St. Patrick originated after...

NYX Professional Makeup opens 100th store in San Antonio

Nearly two years after entering the brick-and-mortar retail market, NYX        Professional Makeup has recently opened its 100th store at The Shops at La Cantera,...

City of San Antonio celebrates International Women’s Day

Mayor Ivy Taylor, City Manager Sheryl Sculley and the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women commemorated San Antonio’s 11th Annual International Women’s Day...

Enriching San Antonio events taking place this spring

The San Antonio Conservation Society, along with Harp & Shamrock Society and Tuesday Musical Club, has several events to offer to kick-off the sunny...

March highlights ‘Kidney Month’

When University Transplant Center patient David Rodriguez was diagnosed with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) in 2008, doctors noticed Rodriguez was in need of a...