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SUR LA TABLE - LA CANTERA- SAN ANTONIO I’m constantly looking for new and fun things to do in San Antonio; and yes I know there is so much to do here, but sometimes we get so used to the movie and dinner routine that we forget there’s a whole other world outside. So here’s another option, which I found to be really fun and actually productive. While walking around at La Cantera I came across Sur La Table’s “cooking classes” sign on the window; and I had watched a couple of the cooking classes at William Sonoma, and to be honest they did not look like fun. But unlike WS, where the chef (teacher) basically does everything while you take notes and sample bits and pieces (don’t get me wrong I l

FWSA: Fashion Week San Antonio (Nov 1-7)

Trying to squeeze all of Fashion Week San Antonio into one post almost gave me a migraine, since so much went on from November 1-7. But I tried my best to share what I attended. It all kicked off with the Dia de los Muertos Masquerade Ball, at the Tobin Center, and it was all perfect! The setting (Tobin center is amazing) the outfits, and the weather!!! Which as we all know is a blessing in Texas. (And thank god because sweating around in a mask and cocktail would have been a disaster) I wasn’t able to make to all the shows but I was so impressed with the designers that showed their collections, starting with Celestino, Samantha Plasencia during opening weekend, followed by A’gaci and what

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