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Family Goes 11 Hours Without Checking Phones

Mother feels guilt over level of relaxation

When Kim and Kevin Hartrich decided to vacation with their kids in San Antonio, they didn’t realize that their getaway would change how they spent time together. As the family enjoyed the attractions, food and culture of San Antonio, their phones remained in their pockets, charges fully retained. READ MORE


 

Mother Feels Guilt Over Level of Relaxation

Mother feels guilt over level of relaxation

Janet Hart of Plano recently found herself caught in a common San Antonio dilemma: When you feel amazing, should you also feel guilty? While she knew that her husband and kids were off having fun, she was sure there was no way they were having a better time than she was having being pampered at the hotel spa. READ MORE



World Heritage Site Missions Claim to Have Been Around for Centuries

World Heritage Site Missions Claim to Have Been Around for Centuries

San Antonio’s World Heritage Site missions have been causing quite a stir lately. The situation began when eight-year-old Clay Whitman, visiting from The Woodlands, claimed that the missions “weren’t that old.” READ MORE



Museumgoer Thinks She’s a Docent

Museumgoer Thinks She’s a Docent

Catherine Smith of Kerrville found herself taking the lead during a recent visit to the San Antonio Museum of Art. Whenever she saw groups of people standing around an artifact or work of art she knew something about, Smith would walk to the center of the group and begin a discussion based on the historical context of the piece. READ MORE



Generation of Children Convinced Founding Fathers of Texas were Actual Giants

Generation of Children Convinced Founding Fathers of Texas were Actual Giants

Justine Winkler, age 8, left a showing of The Saga at the San Fernando Cathedral with new views on Texas history, including the belief that the state’s founders were 20 feet tall. READ MORE

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