S. M. Chavey, mySA

S. M. Chavey

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San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by S.:

Owner of major South Padre Island spring break venue announces mayoral run

Clayton Brashear, owner of one of South Padre Island's biggest party venues, has announced he is running for mayor of the island. → Read More

Dates announced for Michelada Madness

Michelada Madness is calling all michelada masters to help determine the city's best concoction. → Read More

Texas turtles are dying and state officials don't know why

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is investigating after dozens of turtles across the state have been found dead or dying within the past four months. → Read More

Memorial set for Bonham Exchange owner

Memorial services for the late Bonham Exchange owner Kenneth Garrett have been scheduled for Feb. 25. → Read More

San Antonio Zoo welcomes 2 new rhinos

Two new rhinoceroses arrived at the San Antonio Zoo this week. → Read More

What your San Antonio-area ZIP code says about your neighbors' spending habits

New maps from software company Esri describe the socioeconomic and demographic makeups of ZIP codes around the country. → Read More

Where to get your drink on for National Margarita Day Friday

One of San Antonio's favorite unofficial holidays falls on a Friday this year, and margarita-loving restaurants around the city are attempting to lure in customers with cheap margaritas and all-day specials. → Read More

San Antonio restaurant group to host 0.5K margarita run this Friday

Lace up your running shoes and get ready to drink, San Antonians. → Read More

On this day in history, Ozzy Osbourne was arrested for urinating on the Alamo Cenotaph

Thirty-seven years ago today, vocalist Ozzy Osbourne was photographed leaving the Bexar County jail with his manager by his side and a goofy grin on his face. He had just been released after, earlier in the day, picking up an arrest for urinating on the Alamo Cenotaph. → Read More

The Dapper Doughnut is bringing hot, mini, customizable treats to San Antonio

Start preparing your captions, San Antonians. A new doughnut shop entering the San Antonio market is bringing mini Instagrammable treats to the Alamo City. → Read More

2 years ago this week the San Antonio area saw a record number of tornadoes

Two years ago today, residents across San Antonio awoke to power outages, dozens of downed trees and hundreds of damaged houses - the devastating results of a record-breaking tornado outbreak in South Central Texas the night before. → Read More

3rd annual Michelada Mania to take place in March

Renowned San Antonio Chef Johnny Hernandez of La Gloria and Burgerteca is bringing back Michelada Mania for its third year. → Read More

Here's what could change in hunting, fishing in Texas during the 2019-2020 season

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is now accepting public comment on proposed changes to fishing and hunting regulations for the coming year, the department announced via Facebook Friday. → Read More

Hollywood star Rob Lowe announces San Antonio show

Television icon Rob Lowe has announced he will be bringing his "Stories I Only Tell My Friends: LIVE!" tour to San Antonio. → Read More

Unofficial Fiesta Tejano event canceled after organizers 'unable to find a suitable venue'

Tejano Explosion, an unofficial Fiesta event that dates back more than 25 years, has been canceled this year. → Read More

Historic 41,000-acre North Texas ranch hits the market for 1st time in 165 years at $49.2 million

The Flat Top Division of the Swenson Ranch just west of Stamford has been in the Swenson family for seven generations. On Thursday, the family put the division on the market for the first time in 165 years. → Read More

Original food truck park Boardwalk on Bulverde to reopen for one-weekend festival

San Antonio's first and original food truck park could be making a return. → Read More

Alamo City Music Hall shuts down amid construction of tech redevelopment on East Side

After nearly a decade of hosting live music in San Antonio, the Alamo City Music Hall is closing. → Read More

Popular Texas state parks still have availability for spring break 2019

As spring break approaches, popular state parks around Texas are rapidly filling up with reservations. → Read More

Bluebonnets across Texas are starting to bloom

Less than two weeks after groundhog Punxsutawney Phil predicted spring would arrive early this year, Texas is already living up to that forecast. Central Texas is preparing for "unseasonably warm" temperatures this weekend, and across the state, bluebonnets have begun to bloom - the telltale sign that spring is on its way. → Read More