René A. Guzman, S.A. Express-News

René A. Guzman

S.A. Express-News

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • S.A. Express-News
Past:
  • Houston Chronicle
  • mySA
  • Beaumont Enterprise

Recent articles by Rene:

Fun facts about the Buc-ee's infamous beaver logo

Here are fun facts about the iconic Buc-ee’s beaver logo, from its origin to its many legal victories over alleged copycats, plus where to find a 6-foot inflatable Buc-ee's Christmas beaver for your front yard. → Read More

7 things to know about the Taylor Swift Ticketmaster uproar

Here's why Taylor Swift ticket sales broke the internet and Swifties' hearts → Read More

San Antonio girl lands Emmy nomination for Netflix series 'Raising Dion'

San Antonio actress Sammi Haney, 12, has been nominated for a Children’s & Family... → Read More

A former restaurant that now serves porn? San Antonio has its share of quirky repurposed buildings.

Check out buildings around San Antonio that have a new lease on life as unexpected new businesses. → Read More

San Antonio family competes on 'Family Feud' tonight

The Petersons first auditioned for "Family Feud" producers in 2020, and they will get to... → Read More

Fiesta San Antonio Commission unveils non-fungible token for Friday's Taste of Fiesta

The limited-edition NFT is free with tickets to Taste of Fiesta, a pre-Fiesta event at... → Read More

Depeche Mode tickets for San Antonio are costly, here is why

Tickets for the April 2 performance at the AT&T Center have reached staggering prices on Tickemaster, with some floor seats topping $3,000. → Read More

San Antonio professor restores some of the city's oldest headstones and histories on the West Side

For the past three years, Joe Alvarez has quietly wiped away decades of grime and neglect to give these souls a kind of new life. → Read More

12-foot skeletons invade San Antonio as Halloween's hottest decoration

Here's a look at a few San Antonio homeowners who managed to snag the best-selling... → Read More

12-foot skeletons invade San Antonio as Halloween's hottest decoration

Here's a look at a few San Antonio homeowners who managed to snag the best-selling skeletons. → Read More

'Despacito' singer Luis Fonsi making a movie in S.A.

“The Answer to My Prayer” is a Latino romantic comedy set in San Antonio. → Read More

San Antonio ghost tours take you to the source of the city's paranormal tales

San Antonio is packed with ghost tours of the city's storied haunts, taking you straight... → Read More

Creepy Haunted Dollhouse joins San Antonio's Halloween attractions

San Antonio is filled with haunted attractions that now include a Haunted Dollhouse exhibit featuring more than 2,000 creepy dolls and clowns. → Read More

Síclovía has San Antonio playing in the streets again for its 20th celebration

The YMCA of Greater San Antonio has hosted the free event for 11 years running — well, mostly cycling. → Read More

San Antonio murals pay tribute to Spurs, Beastie Boys, Hispanic Elvis

Here's your guide to finding Alamo City's street art murals featuring famous faces that... → Read More

Marvel Comics signs artist behind 'Miles Morales: Spider-Man'

Chris Allen, a comic book artist in San Antonio, just landed an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics. → Read More

Ford Holiday River Parade tickets on sale now

The Ford Holiday River Parade rolls out Nov. 25, just one of the many free upcoming events on the River Walk. → Read More

San Antonio actress joins Netflix fantasy series for second season

Paulina Chávez plays Flora in "Fate: The Winx Saga," an edgy live-action adaptation of a popular Italian cartoon. → Read More

Topo Chico mineral water bottles repurposed into cultural art

The carbonated beverage has been sourced from northern Mexico for more than a century. → Read More

Jill Biden not alone in ‘breakfast taco’ gaffe — DC Comics features Green Lantern holding tamales

The DC Comics cover has reignited the conversation about how outsiders can mistakenly reduce Hispanic culture to food. → Read More