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1. Current: The best way to keep up with San Antonio's neatest events, best drink specials, tastiest treats, coolest art, the l...  
2. Ale Fest: San Antonio Current's throwing their 4th Annual Ale Fest October 17! Enjoy 100+ beers from the leading Texas brands...  
3. Tim Duncan: Native to the U.S. Virgin Islands, Tim Duncan has since moved to the mainland to dominate the sport of basketball i...  
4. Tony Parker: Tony Parker, a French national, has emerged as one of the best point guards in the NBA. He emerged in 2001 as a ver...  
5. Dan Cook: Sports guy that coined the famous saying "It ain't over till the fat lady sings."  
6. Gruene Hall: Built in 1878, Gruene Hall is the oldest continually running dance hall in Texas, and the Central Texas birthplace ...
7. San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: A huge stock show and rodeo that takes place in the downtown area, usually in February.  
8. SAMA: Acronym for San Antonio Museum of Art.  
9. Museo Americano: A museum featuring Latino history, art, and culture. Affiliated with the Smithsonian.  
10. Davy Crockett: A 19th century American folk hero and frontiersman who served in the Texas Revolution.  
11. Broadway: A major artery through San Antonio.  
12. Chisholm Trail: A 19th century dirt trail used to drive cattle from Texas to Kansas.  
13. Texas War for Independence: The battle for independence from Mexico fought between 1835 and 1836, during which the legendary Battle of the Alam...  
14. San Antonio Local Time: A reference to the relatively laid-back pace of the city.  
15. Windtricity: A voluntary program that allows people to purchase a percentage of their electricity from renewable, wind-powered s...  
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