Historic San Antonio venue chugs ahead with all-day music festival, plus more top stories
Editor’s note: It’s that time again — time to check in with our top stories. Here are five articles that captured our collective attention over the past seven days.
1. Historic San Antonio venue chugs ahead with new owners and all-day music festival. The company behind the Majestic and Empire Theatres has taken over The Espee in St. Paul's Square and is celebrating with an all-day music festival.
2. Hill Country town puts a Texas twist on Carnival season for 18th annual Cowboy Mardi Gras. Known as the "Cowboy Capital of the World," Bandera hosts a three-day Cowboy Mardi Gras that attracts over 15 thousand people from all over the world.
3. Sneak peek inside San Antonio chef Steve McHugh's new Austin restaurant. Bucking the recent (and growing) trend of Austinites moving to San Antonio, chef Steve McHugh just debuted his first concept in Austin.
4. Buzzy San Antonio coffee festival brews up downtown fun this weekend. The San Antonio Coffee Festival is back on February 11 for its 10th anniversary at Travis Park downtown.
5. San Antonio hops into top ten spot for family-friendly vacations. San Antonians looking to create lasting memories with their families don’t need to look further than their own city: We ranked No. 10 among the best U.S. cities for kid-friendly vacations.