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  • Heroes and Fantasies to Throw Nerdy Halloween Bash

    October 22, 2014
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    Heroes and Fantasies to Throw Nerdy Halloween Bash

    Heroes and Fantasies is not just a comic book store. It’s a vibrant nerd hub. Almost every month, they hold events, whether it’s an artist signing, a trading card tournament, or a big nerdy festival. On October 25, Heroes and Fantasies will host its Halloween Comic Fest—an all-ages, comic book bash. During the event, they will...
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  • Carlton Soules Publishes ‘Star Wars’-Themed Campaign Ad

    October 22, 2014
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    Carlton Soules Publishes ‘Star Wars’-Themed Campaign Ad

    Politics and platforms be damned. If we had to choose between former City Council member Cartlon Soules and incumbent County Judge Nelson Wolff based off of political advertisements, Soules just won the race. In a Youtube video released by the Soules campaign Wednesday, the commander of the Rebel Alliance, Admiral Ackbar, warns that another...
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  • First Course: New growler station and a Dance with the Dead

    October 22, 2014
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    We love beer (remember San Antonio Beer Festival?) and we’re so excited to introduce you to Claude Hopper’s (19718 Blanco). This new growler station and tap room has more than fifty craft beers on tap, including Saint Arnold Fancy Lawnmower, Deshutes Black Butte Porter and Dogfishhead 90 Minute IPA. San Antonio’s craft beer horizons...
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  • Powerful Voices and Inspiration at Women in the World Texas

    October 22, 2014
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    Powerful Voices and Inspiration at Women in the World Texas

    Being in the Alamo City, we know their names well: Eva Longoria. Rosie Castro. Joaquin Castro. But when they’re all on stage together, alongside Dolores Huerta, who co-founded United Farm Workers with Cesar Chavez, talking about the power of the Latino voice in American politics and policymaking, it’s hard not to want to jump up...
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  • City Forbids Anti-Abortion Protesters From Using Jumbotron Near Alamo

    October 22, 2014
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    City Forbids Anti-Abortion Protesters From Using Jumbotron Near Alamo

    After a few hours of back and forth Wednesday between city officials, the San Antonio Police Department and anti-abortion protesters, the city ultimately barred the protesters from setting up a Jumbotron in Alamo Plaza to display video of late-term abortions. Created Equal, which organized the protest, is based in Ohio and travels the country with...
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  • Transgender Inclusion: U.S. Military Ranks 40th

    October 22, 2014
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    Transgender Inclusion: U.S. Military Ranks 40th

    The Old World far outpaces the New World when it comes to transgender inclusion in the armed forces. A new study released by the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies ranked 103 countries based off of policies and treatment of transgendered military personnel. You can read that study at the bottom of this story. The...
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