Editor's note: Welcome to our weekly roundup of the hottest stories in San Antonio. Each weekend, we share five pieces that captured the attention of the Alamo City over the past seven days.
1. Here's how much San Antonio's household income grew over past decade. A new decade means many things, but mostly it means a bevy of end-of-decade and best-of-decade lists. This one compiles how much household income grew in the top 50 U.S. cities over the past 10 years. In San Antonio, it wasn't as much as you may think.
2. Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend. Still looking for something to do this weekend? We've got you covered.
3. 5 things to know in San Antonio food right now: Live Oak restaurant shutters after 10 years. Speaking of the past decade, Houlihan's has closed its Live Oak location after 10 years in business. According to a social media post, the restaurant chain said that the closure was the result of a November bankruptcy deal.
4. San Antonio's Julían Castro ends year-long quest for presidential nomination. Native son and former San Antonio mayor Julían Castro has dropped out of the Democratic race. In a candid, occasionally fiery video, Castro recapped his year-long campaign, but didn't reveal what was next. Something tells us this isn't the last we'll hear of the lifelong politician.
5. The 10 worst movies of 2019 wasted lots of talent and time. The only thing better than a list of the best movies of the year is a roundup of the worst. Here, CultureMap's film critic Alex Bentley ranks the absolute stinkers of 2019.