Monthly Archives: August 2019

Chicken Sandwich War

Perhaps it is only fitting this day and age. It seems there is nothing more American than being divided over something. This week it’s a chicken sandwich. Popeyes announced their version on Twitter last week: “Chicken. Brioche. Pickles. New. Sandwich. Popeyes. … Continue reading

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Three Days of Peace and Music

50 years ago today, the last of the faithful Woodstock attendees heard the festival’s final performance. The Woodstock Festival, held August 1969, was a watershed moment in the 1960s. The three-day music concert drew an estimated 500,000. Early estimates of attendance … Continue reading

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The Heat Is On

Yesterday was the sixth straight 100-degree day in San Antonio. Also, the forecast for this week is more of the same with the possibility of more record highs. Thank God we have air conditioning. To add insult to injury, we haven’t had any … Continue reading

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