October 27, 2021


  • Cocktails + Culture: Pollinators at the Witte | Wed., Oct. 27 | 7:30-10 p.m. | Witte Museum, 3801 Broadway St. | $30 for members, $35 for non-members | Discover the nature, science + culture of pollinators all while sipping on a delicious crafted cocktail. 🍸
  • Demo + Dine: Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans | Wed., Oct. 27 | 6:30-8 p.m. | Central Market San Antonio, 4821 Broadway | $45 | Watch a cooking demonstration of Southern classics like gumbo + creole rice fritters before you dine. 🍤
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  • 82º | Mostly sunny with light wind | 20% chance of rain
Coming Soon
  • Bubby’s Jewish Soul Food — a new Jewish deli restaurant — is coming to the city and is planning to open on Sun., Nov. 14 near Northwest Military + Wurzbach Pkwy. While the menu is still in the works, you can expect New York-style bagels, bialys + babkas. 🥯 (San Antonio Express-News)
  • Two San Antonio-based companies have been selected to participate in the Hyperspace Challenge — an initiative hosted by the U.S. Space Force's SpaceWERX. A winning pitch could result in cash prizes up to $100,000 and national recognition for the city. 🚀 (San Antonio Business Journal)
  • The Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza is one of the largest mariachi music festivals in the US and will return to the Alamo City Wed., Dec. 1. The legendary Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán will close out the festival with a concert on Sat., Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.
  • More than heroes. The San Antonio Business Journal is celebrating  local health care workers that braved the COVID-19 pandemic with a Health Care Heroes Awards publication. You can find the full list of award winners + their spotlights here. 🩺 (San Antonio Business Journal)
  • VIA Metropolitan Transit is currently looking to onboard 20+ bus operators + mechanics and is offering up to $2,500 as a sign-on bonus incentive. For more information visit their post here. 🚌
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