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20 San Antonio activities to cross off your summer bucket list

Summer is here already. Temperatures are rising, the kids are home from school, and if you're lucky, you may even have a…

By San Antonio Current Staff


Kayak the San Antonio River
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Mission Adventure Tours offers guided and unguided kayak rentals for those who want to explore the heart of the city from a different perspective. The company offers launching points along the River Walk, Museum Reach and the historic King William district. Get some fresh air and a little bit of a workout as you enjoy the river’s scenic views.
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A King William mansion built by ice-plant magnate Charles Zilker is for sale

Built by Charles Zilker as his primary residence in 1930, the Zilker House, recently listed for just under $1.9 million, is replete…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A King William mansion built by ice-plant magnate Charles Zilker is for sale
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A historic San Antonio home designed by the McNay Art Museum's architect is for sale

Dubbed the “Bonner House,” a gorgeous Monte Vista villa recently listed for $1.7 million comes with quite the pedigree. The home was…

By San Antonio Current Staff

A historic San Antonio home designed by the McNay Art Museum's architect is for sale
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Everything we saw as Taking Back Sunday brought its emo sounds to San Antonio's Aztec Theatre

Taking Back Sunday brought its signature blend of emo, melodic rock and post-hardcore to San Antonio's Aztec Theatre on Thursday, bringing fans those…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as Taking Back Sunday brought its emo sounds to San Antonio's Aztec Theatre
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May 1, 2024

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