Feast in San Antonio's Southtown. Courtesy image.

Business spotlight: Feast

From reading cookbooks in the back of HH-60 helicopters to a yearlong apprenticeship where his fingers never left the cutting board, Chef Stefan Bowers was destined for culinary greatness. In 2011, while working as executive chef at 20Nine, Bowers met entrepreneur Andrew Goodman, and the pair opened the doors to Feast, the King William spot

The Agenda


‘Out in the Dog Park’ Brings Pet Lovers Together

For many of us, our pets are an extension of our families. They provide us with companionship, are loyal to a fault, and ask for very little in return. A new social group is hoping to bring local LGBT pet lovers and their pups together for monthly outings and play dates. After the success of


Agosto Cuellar (center) photographed by Kristel Puente

Fashion Designer Agosto Cuellar Wants to Keep San Antonio Lamé

Agosto Cuellar is a veteran visionary in this town. Couturier, entrepreneur and social activist, he’s got deep roots and wide wings, having owned and operated legendary Southtown resale shop Jive Refried, created collections of irreverent, often-recycled garments that have landed him in serious Project Runway consideration, and DJed at big events and unexpected venues citywide.



Ken Slavin’s ‘Shaken Not Stirred’ Concert to Benefit SAAF

On November 10, local jazz crooner Ken Slavin will present a concert to benefit the San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF) at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts’ Carlos Alvarez Theater. Ken Slavin: Shaken, Not Stirred is an expanded version of the singer’s recent New York City showcase at the Metropolitan Room featuring selections by Great American Songbook


Author W.D. Frank (seated) at an October 23 book signing party organized by LGBT New Braunfels at the Faust Hotel. (Photo courtesy LGBT New Braunfels)

New Braunfels Author Publishes Debut Novel

On Sunday October 23, New Braunfels author W.D. Frank launched his debut novel, Lucifer’s Ladder, at the Faust Hotel during a book-signing party organized by his fellow members of LGBT New Braunfels. The choice of the Faust Hotel, which reportedly has the most haunted room in New Braunfels, was a fitting location for the event