Six Flags theme parks have had plenty of Batman coasters, but the new one opening in San Antonio, Texas, in summer of 2015 claims to be "4D." More importantly, as this promotional video for the ride clearly indicates, this thing is obviously one of the Joker's nefarious plans, designed to induce mass vomiting. Read more...
Thrill seekers will be pleased to know that Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio will be unveiling the world’s first 4-D roller coaster in 2015. What exactly does that mean, you ask? KFOR reports: The theme park described ["BATMAN:...
Warning: Watching this video got me slightly dizzy. Coming to you at the Six Flags park in San Antonio, Texas, in summer 2015. There’s no way I’m ever going to set foot in that thing. Nope, not happening. [Six Flags]
Scorpions plan to double capacity of current facility. In the continuously escalating race to became Major League Soccer's 24th team, the San Antonio Scorpions have just launched the latest salvo. The NASL club has released plans for...Show More Summary
In his three seasons since turning pro, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has established himself as one of the league's brightest young stars—and he's done it the old-fashioned way. "He has a great capacity to absorb things and he works hard," Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich told reporters last season. Show More Summary
The University of Houston opened its brand-new stadium the worst way possible last Friday night. The Cougars were shellacked by the University of Texas at San Antonio Roadrunners in front of the largest home-campus crowd in UH history. The Cougars were soundly whipped in all facets of the game. Show More Summary
The only thing harder than beating the San Antonio Spurs is copying them. To understand why, we have to deconstruct the Spurs' model, reverse-engineering it to reveal the inimitable pieces and people that make it so special. The Personnel We'll...Show More Summary
SAN ANTONIO I grew up in Ferguson, Mo. No one ever heard of it, unless you lived elsewhere in St. Louis County.
The San Antonio Spurs rarely make epic free-agent splashes, but they've been known to add the occasional veteran role player. Could unrestricted free agent Ray Allen follow in the footsteps of previous summer additions along the lines...Show More Summary
Thanks to the Texas School Business journal for highlighting a San Antonio area school district in their September, 2014 cover article. The article (page 12), written by Shelley Seale (@shelleyseale), spotlights a picture of Jeff Johnson...Show More Summary
In 2013 KIPP San Antonio bought a former sewing factory that was located on solid waste disposal site as the venue for its next San Antonio corporate reform school. KIPP paid the company that owned the toxic site over $3 million in money that was funneled through a holding company in Delaware. Show More Summary
Houston played its first game in the 40,000-seat TDECU Stadium on Friday night, but the Cougars turned the ball over six times and lost to Texas San Antonio, 27-7. Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin was in attendance and sent along several...
The Miami Heat finished last season with a 54-28 record, and lost in the NBA Finals to the San Antonio Spurs. Enjoy these video highlights of some of their best plays from the season:
The San Antonio Spurs are pursuing the services of Ray Allen, should he decide to play next season, according to ESPN. Allen still hasn’t ruled out retiring at age 39: […] The post Report: Spurs Attempting to Recruit Ray Allen appeared first on SLAMonline.
SAN ANTONIO (Aug. 29, 2014) — Scientists at the Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, part of the School of Medicine at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, have found another secret of longevity in the tissues of...Show More Summary
Former San Antonio anchor Elsa Ramon is back on the desk, joining CBS’s Los Angeles duopoly KCBS and KCAL. Last October, Ramon left her job at San Antonio NBC station WOAI to follow her husband to L.A., where he’d taken a new job. Ramon...Show More Summary
If the region's growth continues in the same unencumbered fashion as it has for decades, San Antonio's footprint likely will double in size by 2040, growing from 500 square miles to more than 1,000 square miles, the city's planning director said Thursday at the first meeting of the City Council Comprehensive Planning Committee.
In today's NBA, there is hardly a limited supply of talented point guards. Perhaps more so now than ever before, the league can boast remarkable depth at the position as well as incredible star power at the top. And of course, the San...Show More Summary
Toting the burden of proof is one such bother the San Antonio Spurs do not share with 29 other NBA teams. Another banner season to their name, their core still intact, the Spurs are in possession of pressure-free power. There is nothing...Show More Summary
As construction for a new aquarium in San Antonio kicks off, details on the owner’s shady past are surfacing. Ammon Covino co-owns aquariums in Austin, Portland and Boise with his Read More The post Aquarium Owner Under Investigation for 220 Animal Deaths appeared first on Ecorazzi.