Stories By J.M. Scott

  • Vintage photos: Air Force basic training and recruit life in San Antonio Training Airmen since 1946, Lackland is the Air Force's only program for basic military training, and has been the site for rigorous combat drills and endless marches and parade rests under the South Texas sun.
  • 5 things I learned from my kid's honest review of ‘SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical’ While SpongeBob's effusive personality is what engaged her as a 5-year-old — like the one we watched dancing in the aisle squealing “This is the best day!” — it’s a turn-off now as she guards herself against the cringey social vortex of junior...
  • 10 things to know about San Antonio's Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower San Antonio is known for its Spanish missions, and while the San Fernando Cathedral is one of the top tourist destinations in Texas, a West Side church has been an international site of pilgrimage for decades.
  • Photos: St. Mary's Strip honky-tonk Lonesome Rose threw a chill Friday outing with a Tejano twist Country duds and big Texas smiles showed up to the Lonesome Rose on the St. Mary's Strip Friday to catch David Beck's Tejano Weekend.
  • Photos: Breezy crowd reveled in live music, blooms at Botanical Gardens' Summer Nights event Pre-Friday vibes and cooler weather mixed for a nice Thursday outing at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens. The 38-acre Botanical Gardens hosted live music, food trucks and games as part of its Summer Nights series every Thursday evening....
  • Photos: Faithful Journey fans filled the Aztec Theatre for tribute band Eclipse The sweet tunes of Eclipse, a tribute to Journey, welcomed classic rock fans with open arms Saturday at the Aztec Theatre. The downtown venue was packed as the regional touring act ripped through the iconic band's hits. RELATED:   Indie...
  • Photos: Artsy crowd hit Southtown for Second Saturday Locals kept it cool Saturday with a night full of art, music and talent around Southtown. Second Saturday paved the way for artists to showcase their flair at a variety of venues. Freight Gallery opened Louie Chavez's Big Fun exhibit, while...
  • Spurs fans throw an epic fiesta of their own at first home game of 2019 NBA playoffs Thursday night marked the official opening of Fiesta, but that was only half the party in San Antonio.
  • Hard rock titans Godsmack shook the pillars of S.A.'s Freeman Coliseum Godsmack is stomping through their North American tour this spring and summer after the release of "When Legends Arise," the band's first album in four years.
  • Photos: Wiz Khalifa fans show up for the beats at downtown San Antonio's Aztec Theatre Rappers Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y thrilled San Antonio with a night of hits during their tour stop at the Aztec Theatre.
  • Photos: UTSA kicks off school year with Howdy Rowdy Bash UTSA students took over Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Friday evening, for their annual Howdy Rowdy Bash to kick off the fall semester.
  • Photos: Rapper Lil B blesses a carefree crowd at Paper Tiger An eclectic mix of San Antonio rap fans were blessed with a wild performance turned up for by 'The Based God' Lil B, Friday night at Paper Tiger.
  • NBA players, fans react to the death of Gregg Popovich's wife, Erin As news of Gregg Popovich's wife's death shook the basketball world Wednesday night, NBA players and fans took to social media to share their condolences and heartache.
  • San Antonio football fans take in the Super Bowl with food, booze at Slackers San Antonio shows it knows how to party at Super Bowl gathering.
  • Photos: S.A. Cocktail Conference opens to spirited crowd at the DoSeum Cocktails brought a spirited crowd to a San Antonio museum for a booze-filled event.
  • Photos: 'Badass' San Antonio women reign at Cocktail Conference's kick-off event The San Antonio Cocktail Conference's kick-off event "Women Shaking It Up: Inspiring Women Superheroes" called locals in bartending, cooking and other nontraditional roles.
  • Photos: Big Freedia fans turn Paper Tiger into a bounce house to honor Queen of Bounce Big Freedia had Paper Tiger shaking Monday night when the Queen of Bounce reigned over "The Bars at Night are Big and Bright" event benefiting the U.S. Bartenders' Guild.
  • Photos: Daisy Dukes contest, two-stepping heat up San Antonio's Wild West A Daisy Dukes contest with $400 up for grabs called for an array of San Antonio gals rocking cut-offs at San Antonio's Wild West on Thursday night. A fun crowd twirled the dance floor all night to honor the Stone Oak-area's venue's "two-steppin'...
  • 13 fundamental buildings of the San Antonio skyline The next time you are driving on the highway, here's a road game to play: How many buildings in the skyline can you name?
  • Texas-set 'King of the Hill' continues its reign in tattoos shared on Instagram A mash-up of Hank Hill and David Bowie, a nod to the "thug life" of Bobby Hill a nude pin-up version of Peggy Hill — tattoo artists stretch the creative realm that "King of the Hill" rules years after the series finale.