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The video below was taken at 8:30 a.m. on October 1, 2015, traveling east to west. It begins near the Martinez Tire Shop at O’Connor and IH-35 and ends in the parking lot of the H-E-B at IH-10 and Wurzbach. It took about 20 minutes to drive the route, and as you can see, traffic starts to back up as soon as the Parkway ends at NW Military Drive! Luckily, we hit some green lights traveling east through Lockhill-Selma and Vance Jackson. 

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The City of San Antonio is no longer considering six additional areas for annexation. It is, however, moving forward with five other areas.   In a city council work session Wednesday, John Dugan, director of city planning, told council members since the department received no direction and no funding for the areas, annexation was off the table.   Mayor Taylor, who requested the city slowdown its process of bringing new areas into San Antonio, sad she feels relieved.

Jack Morgan

The Witte’s 100 million dollar re-do continues, but it’s not affecting the exhibit schedule. The  exhibit is beautiful, fascinating, and while it may sound creepy, is really educational. Witte President Marise McDermott talks about the process used to turn donated bodies into the Bodies Revealed exhibit, which is opening Saturday:

McNay Museum of Art


Bright colors and whimsical geometric shapes are undeniable characteristics of Joan Miro's art. As a famous painter and sculpture, Miro is an important part of Spanish art history. Though one might notice his color palettes first, Miro is especially famous for his tendency to break tradition. 

Eileen Pace

The president has announced that the U.S. will receive up to 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next year, and San Antonio will receive up to 500 of those.

Catholic Charities, the agency that works with the State Dept. in helping newcomers to the U.S. get settled, is ramping up to provide services.