Reagan Theatre to perform a wildly entertaining farce…

Reagan Theatre to perform a wildly entertaining farce… Lend Me a Tenor written by Ken Ludwig Lend Me a Tenor is a clever and wildly entertaining contemporary farce that “sends audiences on a wild romp of desperate measures and compromising situations.” In simple terms, farce is broad, basic comedy in which confusion, mistaken identity, innuendo and slapstick are key elements. The story is set in 1934. The Cleveland Grand Opera is celebrating its biggest night in history.

Chico's is OPEN!

I don't have to travel far to get to my favorite clothing stores - both Chico's and Coldwater Creek have opened at the Village at Stone Oak (281 and Stone Oak Parkway, north of Evans Road.) Talbot's is also open, along with a Victoria's Secret, American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale and Eddie Bauer. It looks like there's still a lot of construction going on, but there are shops opening every day. GO CHECK IT OUT!

Rattler Sports Report – Rattlers can’t get past Smithson Valley. 47-27

The Rattlers did their best to try and overcome some second half mistakes but in the end it was too much of the Rangers for Reagan to handle. The first half was a back-and-forth battle with Marcus Wright leading the way for the Rattlers. The quick footed Wright got a lot of attention from the Ranger defenders, and this opened up some passing lanes for Qb Derrick Walls. Reagan put their first points on the board with a nice play action fake and a 45 yard pass from Walls to Taylor Morris. The Rattler Senior wide out was left alone in the center of the field and walked in for a TD.

Rattler Sports Report - October 24, 2007 - Reagan volleyball Wins District Outright! And District XC Meet This Weekend

Reagan volleyball Wins District Outright! And District XC Meet This weekend


  The Junior League of San Antonio’s annual shopping extravaganza features unique merchants, supports local causes(SAN ANTONIO, TX) - San Antonio shoppers can get a jump start on holiday shopping while supporting local causes at the Junior League of San Antonio’s 14th annual Olé Marketplace.

Rattler Sports Report - October 16, 2007 - Football, Volleyball and Cross Country

Rattler Sports Report


Rattlers get back on Track with win over Wagner

I guess this week better late than never applies for the Rattler Sports Report.  We missed updated as soon as the game was over Friday night as we were to busy celebrating the Rattler Football team getting back on track by beating up on Wagner.  By now everyone knows Marcus Wright had a stellar game and huge second quarter leading your Rattlers to a 6-1 record and 5-1 in district play.  Wagner did a great job of slowing down the Rattlers for the first period but did not have the depth to stop the running and passing attack.  The Rattler defense had a tremendous game lead by some great run defense by the Line backing core.

Selling like Cupcakes to support Breast Cancer Research


These tasty sweets are helping to support a cure for breast cancer.  Stop by My Magical Meals on West Ave. between Blanco and Rhapsody and purchase one, six or a dozen of these delicious cupcakes and 100% of the sale  will go towards the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.  Hurry, the offer ends at the end of October.  According to My Magical Meals owner, Mark Fogelson, "they are selling like hotcakes or actually cupcakes."

Katrina and Mark have recently opened their professional  meal preparation business and want to support the community in many ways.  Helping to cure breast cancer is just one.  Whether you buy one cupcake for  75 cents, six for $4 or a dozen for $7.50, you will brighten your day and know that your entire purchase is being donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Sigma Road Post Office Reopens



Sporting a contemporary look and a different owner, the Sonterra Contract Postal Unit on Sigma Road is once again open for business.  The full-service post office closed its doors July 30 while the new owner, Ted Lusk, remodeled.  Along with shiny new floors, paint and countertops, the post office now has two service windows to better serve customers. 

Of course, long lines are rarely a problem at this postal unit which Lusk agrees is the best kept secret in Stone Oak.  Tucked in the corner of a row of businesses at 18585 Sigma Road, the post office sees a steady yet manageable stream of patrons ensuring available parking spots and quick service nearly every time.

Rattler Sports Report - October 6, 2007 - Rattler Football Goes Down to Madison 42-14


While we were planning on recapping the game and the way the Rattlers fought to the bitter end but were just out classed by a tremendous Madison Maverick team; we thought it might be more important to take some time to pause and reflect.  Tonight Madison's star running back, Devin Thomas was injured in the 4th quarter and left the game on a stretcher with an apparent leg injury.  You can't be a High School football fan in San Antonio and not know about Devin Thomas.  The rivalry between Thomas and our own Marcus Wright has been well documented, even though they are good friends in real life.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Devin, his family and the Madison community.  Injuries happen in this game but when such a talent goes down it hurts the overall quality of all of the area teams play.  While we are dedicated to our own Reagan Rattlers and will back them as they make their way to the playoffs, tonight we will take a moment to reach out to our friends to the southeast in Orange and Blue.  Next week we will be back with more updates and photos but tonight we post a photo of a young man that needs all of our strength and prayers.  Good luck to the Rattlers as they try and put this night behind them and get ready for the Wagner Thunderbirds next Friday night back at Comalander stadium.  Wagner, who just won its first District 26-5A game two week ago, will come into the game hungry for another win.  We will be back with more photos and updates as the Rattlers push to the playoffs.

Attend the Cardiac Care Seminars at North Central Baptist


The Cardiovascular Center at North Central Baptist Hostpital brings you state-of-the-art cardiac care close to home.  Join us for our cardiac education seiminars.

During which, leading cardiologists will discuss how you can recognize the symptms of heart disease while you enjoy gourmet heart-healthy hors d'oeuvres, and a red wine and dark chocolate tasting presented by Central Market.

Session 1:  Thursday, Oct. 18, 6pm-8pm

  • Preventative Cardiology and Cholesterol Management
  • Everyday Signs and Symptoms of Heart Disease

Session 2:  Thursday, Oct. 25, 6pm-8pm