The Landa Gardens Conservancy is hosting a free performance by singer-songwriter Owen Duggan (pictured above) at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 18 at the Valero Pavilion on the grounds of the Landa Library in Monte Vista. T-shirts and signed copies of Duggan’s new … Continue reading
The Landa Gardens Conservancy is hosting a free performance by the Magik Theatre of Dr. Seuss’s “The Cat in the Hat” at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 11 on the grounds of the Landa Library in Monte Vista. Read a review … Continue reading
The Landa Gardens Conservancy is hosting a series of free events for families on Saturday mornings in May on the grounds of the Landa Library in Monte Vista. Saturday, May 4th at 10 a.m.: Folklorico Mestízo Saturday, May 11th at 10 a.m.: Magik … Continue reading
Great Hearts Academies invited me to attend a conference at Veritas Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Arizona this week. (Disclosure: Great Hearts paid my travel expenses. But when it comes to choosing a school for my kids, my opinion is not … Continue reading
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Did you see my earlier post about the IDEA South Flores recruitment booth at PicaPica Plaza? While I was there, I took my daughter to Kiddie Park PicaPica, a classic amusement park and party place. It’s brand new, but still has the … Continue reading
Have you read Sparkly Green Earrings, a motherhood memoir by Melanie Shankle, author of The Big Mama Blog? Highly recommended. I was lucky enough to hang out with Melanie at a book club meeting recently. (Gulley couldn’t make it—stomach bug.) While … Continue reading
Do you want to be part of SXSW week, but don’t want to leave your kids out of it? Head to Austin next week for the Family Music Meltdown, two lunchtime showcases on March 14 and 15 at the Tamale House … Continue reading
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Faithful readers know that my kids and I love dinosaurs. (Remember “Dinosaur Stampede” at the San Antonio Botanical Garden last year?) Well, now the Witte Museum has “Dinosaurs Unearthed: Bigger. Better. Feathered . . .” through September 2 at the Kathleen and Curtis Gunn … Continue reading
It was an honor to present at BlogItSA! at Geekdom on Saturday. My topic was “Legal Issues for Bloggers” and I brought props to liven things up. The surprise hit was my pocket Constitution—surprising to me, because it seems normal … Continue reading
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Have you seen the Community Room yet at Woodlawn Lake Park? The room re-opened late last year, after remodeling and improvements, with support from District 7 councilman Cris Medina (campaign page). “City unveils Woodlawn Lake Park community WiFi room”, Southside Reporter, December … Continue reading