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Hot ‘Hood: Lavaca

Hot ‘Hood: Lavaca

I hate to be the one to break this to you, but it’s too late for Lavaca. I don’t mean this with doomsday references to a global-warming, tipping-point kind of scenario but rather in the you-shoulda-acted-sooner sense. Like Suzanne Martinez and Michael Berrier did nearly 30 years ago when they were still in student/student-teacher mode.

Hot ’hood: Westfort Alliance

Hot ’hood: Westfort Alliance

Considering all the current focus on the Pearl and the excitement generated by the recently opened children’s DoSeum on that same thoroughfare, it would be easy to overlook the Westfort neighborhood. It’s the classic blink-and-you’ve-missed-it situation. But sandwiched between the two more glamorous poles—and despite a name that seems oddly generic, this small residential enclave

Pocket science: get smart, without a tie

Pocket science: get smart, without a tie

Do you really need a pocket square? Wrong Side, a very specific business honcho’d by two Austin brothers thinks so. Let’s examine the premise. True, we’ve headed into fall, but this is Texas. (Read: still hot.) And as a pocket square requires a pocket, and not just one that was gratuitously tacked onto your Henley,

Leighton W. Couture softens up with ‘Je Suis Une Femme’

Leighton W. Couture softens up with ‘Je Suis Une Femme’

“I figure my way to maintain our family’s history and legacy  is to do what I do.” After living in Los Angeles and New York and working as a model, ballet dancer and hair stylist, San Angelo native Leighton Whittington found his calling as a fashion designer. Presented to the public in September of 2014

The Anthill offers pro advice and price tags under $125

The Anthill offers pro advice and price tags under $125

“Fashion is how you put it together.” Anthony Ryan Auld has made a name for himself in the world of fashion through his appearances on Project Runway Season 9 and Project Runway All Stars Season 2. Auld, who has lived in Baton Rouge for several years, recently made the move to San Antonio. In April,

The annual Fiesta Hat Party is a family affair

The annual Fiesta Hat Party is a family affair

For some, Fiesta means parades (“Show me your shoes!”), mock royalty (“Trade you for a medal?”), or food and fun (“Give me a chicken on a stick.”). For others, it’s all about hats. The Fiesta Hat Party in Monte Vista is one of the largest assemblies of San Antonio’s LGBT community you will find before

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