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Episode 38 – The Magik Theatre with Anthony Runfola

Joining us this time is Anthony Runfola, Artistic Director of The Magik Theatre. In our conversation we talk about the history of The Magik Theatre, this season's production of Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol, and the future of Theater for the Young in San Antonio. Join us and enjoy the conversation, as we did, while you learn more about The Magik Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. ABOUT THE MAGIK THEATRE The Magik Theatre’s mission is to use the power of theatre to create Magikal storytelling for children that Activates imagination, Grows young minds, and Inspires creativity and a love of learning that is the Key to a more literate future for our community. The Magik Theatre has been providing San Antonio’s children and their families with professional, accessible, literature-based theatre and education since 1994. The Magik Theatre Downtown/Hemisfair 420 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78205 info@magiktheatre.org (210) 227-2751 Website: http://magiktheatre.org | Facebook: http://Facebook.com/TheMagikTheatre| Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themagiktheatre/ ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City's most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show's audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

44 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Episode 38 – The Magik Theatre with Anthony Runfola

Episode 37 – Halloween Special with Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

This week we talk with our friends at San Antonio’s own Bad Wolf Ghost Tours and take a peek into the hair-raising, paranormal history of the Alamo City. From tales of a gruesome murder in a local landmark hotel to stories of ongoing hauntings in a former hospital overlooking The Alamo. Whether or not you’re a believer in the ghostly realm, this episode will entertain you and (perhaps) prompt you to want to learn more. Tour Calendar: https://badwolfghosttours.com/home/calendar/ TripAdvisor: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60956-d7023921-Reviews-Bad_Wolf_Ghost_Tours-San_Antonio_Texas.html Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/bad-wolf-ghost-tours-san-antonio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BadWolfGhostTours/ Website: https://badwolfghosttours.com Phone: 805-757-0512 ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

47 MIN2019 OCT 27
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Episode 37 – Halloween Special with Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

Episode 36 – Fredericksburg Wine Tour with Friends

This week we’re headed to Fredericksburg, TX with friends for a Wine Tour, courtesy of San Antonio’s own Craft Cruiser Tours. In an earlier episode, we talked with Dan Ward, owner of Craft Cruiser Tours (http://CraftCruiser.Tours) and learned about his local brewery tours, but this time we head outside of the Alamo City for a bit of the grape. Listen to Melissa, Nicole, and Raeme talk about their trip and visits to Baron Creek Vineyards (http://www.baronscreekvineyards.com), Fat Ass Ranch and Winery (https://fatasswine.com), and Alstadt Brewery (https://www.altstadtbeer.com). The Wine Tour was a lot of fun and a great way to celebrate a certain Beyond the River Walk co-host’s birthday! Original Interview with Dan Ward about Craft Cruiser Tours: https://beyondtheriverwalk.com/craft-cruiser-tours-with-dan-ward/ MORE PHOTOS ON OUR INSTAGRAM @BeyondRiverWalk ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-s...

29 MIN2019 OCT 13
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Episode 36 – Fredericksburg Wine Tour with Friends

Episode 35 – Living History at The Alamo

Howdy, y’all. We’re back after our #SeptemberHiatus and we’ve got a great show for you. Our gueststhis week are Ernesto Rodriguez, Associate Historian, and Angela Wolfgram, Director of Living History at The Alamo. Our subjects this week are Living History, Cannon Fest, and upcoming events at The Cradle of Texas Liberty. For your own living history experience, visit The Alamo at 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205 (Map) and connect through the website: TheAlamo.org, Facebook: OfficialAlamo, and Instagram: @OfficialAlamo. Personal Note: This second episode about The Alamo is also dedicated to my father, Wilton W. Barron, born in Dripping Springs, Texas, and my grandfather Wilton G. Barron, who served at Fort Sam Houston during World War II. ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

42 MIN2019 OCT 6
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Episode 35 – Living History at The Alamo

Bonus Episode – SeaWorld San Antonio with Chuck Cureau

This is a BONUS EPISODEpublished during our #SeptemberHiatus featuring our friends atSeaWorld San AntonioandChuck Cureau, Director of Public Relations. Our conversation coverstopics ranging from his personal experience as a Beluga Whale, Sea Lion, and Walrus Trainer and SeaWorld’s 36,000+ animal rescues, to Howl-O-Scream and the kid-friendly Spook-tacular events and the new Turtle Reef exhibit and (coming soon) Texas Stingray GCI-designed wooden roller coaster. WATCH THIS EPISODE onYouTube:https://youtu.be/zYdAtneJmpU ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Wa...

17 MIN2019 SEP 29
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Bonus Episode – SeaWorld San Antonio with Chuck Cureau

Show Update – September Hiatus to Launch “Beyond Disability Texas”, our Second Podcast

DID YOU KNOW? We’ve launched a second podcast called Beyond Disability Texas to help special needs families and other caregivers, like ours, find and learn about resources available to them in the State of Texas. To do that well, we’re taking the month of September to focus on that launch. BEYOND THE RIVER WALK WILL BE BACK IN OCTOBER. This whole month, while we launch the new show, we’re still recording and preparing for new Beyond the River Walk episodes and the show will return on Sunday, October 6, 2019. In the meantime, LISTEN TO OUR OTHER 34 EPISODES through the link below! ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

1 MIN2019 SEP 15
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Show Update – September Hiatus to Launch “Beyond Disability Texas”, our Second Podcast

Episode 34 – SATX-Rated with Donovan Thomson and Angela Gonzales at Freetail Brewing

Angela, Donovan and Kevin recording at Freetail Brewing Company. Our guests this week are Donovan Thomsonand Angela Gonzalesof SATX-Rated. SATX-Rated is a resource about San Antonio that is equally helpful to locals and visitors alike. From food and drinks to hidden gems and unique experiences, SATX-Rated has compiled "Experience Maps" in over a dozen categories using Yelp to provide recommended restaurants, bars, landmarks, coffee shops, burger joints, and much more. We use them and we know you'll use them too, once you check them out. SATX-Rated is also a social influencers page, geared to promoting the City of San Antonio. MORE ABOUT SATX-RATED TX-Rated is the parent company of SATX-Rated.TX-Rated was founded by Ford & Kevin. The first city to get Rated was Austin, Texas. ATX-Rated was founded to make navigating around Austin more enjoyable. Now they have expanded their reach to our great city of San Antonio, Texas. Want to rub elbows with the who's who or just have a lowkey roma...

64 MIN2019 SEP 1
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Episode 34 – SATX-Rated with Donovan Thomson and Angela Gonzales at Freetail Brewing

Episode 33 – BarbacoApparel – A Uniquely San Antonio Clothing Line

Our guests this week are Richard Diaz, Matt Contreras, and Nydia Huizar, co-founders of BarbacoApparel. BarbacoApparel is a San Antonio–based, independent clothing line that offers unique designs for Texans (or Texans at heart). From memes that only San Antonians might appreciate to classic designs that help you represent your Texan heritage, BarbacoApparel has t-shirts, jewelry, stickers, and more for you to explore. This week, Kevin and Melissa talkwithRichard, Matt, and Nydia about the origins of BarbacoApparel, their backgrounds in small business, socialmedia, and graphic design, as well as theirdesigns themselves andhow you can find them online and around the Alamo City. Contact and Follow Email: Info@barbacoapparel.com Website: www.barbacoapparel.com Facebook: Facebook.com/barbacoapparel Twitter: Twitter.com/barbacoapparel Instagram: Instagram.com/barbacoapparel ORDER ONLINE Some of Our Favorite BarbacoApparel Designs ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San ...

29 MIN2019 AUG 25
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Episode 33 – BarbacoApparel – A Uniquely San Antonio Clothing Line

Episode 32 – San Antonio Zoo with Tim Morrow

Our guest this week isTim Morrow, president and chief executive officer of the San Antonio Zoo. Starting his career in themed entertainment as Aquatics Supervisor at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Tim quickly moved up the managerial ranks when he transitioned to Sea World Parks and Entertainment, first as Supervisor, Director, and then Vice President of Park Operations for Aquatica. While serving the San Antonio Zoo as its chief executive, Tim continues to serve our own San Antonio Spurs as a Courtside Statistician. Tim holds Associates Degrees from San Antonio College in Law Enforcement and Correctional Science, as well as a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Tim currently serves as the Chairman of the San Antonio Tourism Council, as well as a board member for the International Elephant Foundation, the UTSA Alumni Association, the Zoo Conservation Outreach Group, the Texas Travel Industry Association, and the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. “San Antonio Zoo isoperated by San Antonio Zoological Society, is a non-profit organization committed to securing a future for wildlife. Through its passion and expertise in animal care, conservation, and education, the zoo’s mission is to inspire its community to love, engage with, act for and protect animals and the places they live. The zoo welcomes more than a million visitors each year and is open year-round. San Antonio Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Zoological Association of America, and Humane Certified by American Humane.” “San Antonio’s first zoo consisted of a collection of animals assembled in San Pedro Park in the 1800s. In 1914, Colonel George W. Brackenridge, one of the city’s leading citizens and founder of the San Antonio Express-News, placed buffalo, elk, deer, monkeys, a pair of lions, and four bears on land he had deeded over to the city in what is now known as Brackenridge Park. This collection became the San Antonio Zoo.” “In November 1929, two of the first cageless exhibits in America–the Barless Bear Terraces and the Primate Paradise–opened, offering visitors unprecedented views of animals. When the Richard Friedrich Aquarium was dedicated in 1948, it was described in the local press as “the world’s greatest.” The Hixon Bird House, funded through the efforts of Colonel Frederick C. Hixon, opened in 1966, featuring a simulated tropical rain forest and free-flying birds. The zoo’s bird collection is now one of the world’s largest.“ “The zoo is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and ishome to a wide variety of animals representing 750 species on 56 acres, of which 34 acres are public pathways. More than 1,000,000 guests visit the San Antonio Zoo annually – 13,155 of those being children participating in education programs and 80,000 school children coming on field trips.” – From SAZoo.org In this episode,Kevinand Melissa talk Tim Morrow, president and CEO of the San Antonio Zoo. Together, theydiscuss the mission of the @SAZoo and developments under Tim’s leadership, as well as the big changes yet to come. From a parking garage and jaguar “roller coaster”to expanded exhibits and a new location for Kiddie Land —don’tmiss this episode! Contact the San Antonio Zoo * San Antonio Zoo3903 N. St. Mary’s StreetSan Antonio, TX 78212-3199Phone (210) 734-7184 * Email: Information@SAZoo.

42 MIN2019 AUG 18
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Episode 32 – San Antonio Zoo with Tim Morrow

Episode 31 – Raeme’s Transition Services with Raeme Bosquez-Greer

Editor’s Note: This episode will be cross-posted to our other podcast, Beyond Disability Texas. If you are the parent or caregiver of a special needs child or adult in Texas, please share this episode and consider subscribing to our other podcast too. The new show debuts at BeyondDisabilityTexas.com on September 1, 2019. Thank you. Our guest this week isRaeme Bosquez-Greer, owner of Raeme’s Transition Services. Raeme’s mission is to promote the mindset of Independent Living by creating opportunities, encouraging choices, advancing equal access, and furthering the level of independence for all people with disabilities. As a teen, transitioning from home to living on your own is tough enough. It’s especially hard if you have a disability. Raeme assists young adults with learning the skills that they need to successfully live on their own, hold a job and integrate into the community. Raeme describes herself as “first and foremost … a mother.” She is the mother of five adopted sp...

45 MIN2019 AUG 4
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Episode 31 – Raeme’s Transition Services with Raeme Bosquez-Greer

Latest Episodes

Episode 38 – The Magik Theatre with Anthony Runfola

Joining us this time is Anthony Runfola, Artistic Director of The Magik Theatre. In our conversation we talk about the history of The Magik Theatre, this season's production of Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol, and the future of Theater for the Young in San Antonio. Join us and enjoy the conversation, as we did, while you learn more about The Magik Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. ABOUT THE MAGIK THEATRE The Magik Theatre’s mission is to use the power of theatre to create Magikal storytelling for children that Activates imagination, Grows young minds, and Inspires creativity and a love of learning that is the Key to a more literate future for our community. The Magik Theatre has been providing San Antonio’s children and their families with professional, accessible, literature-based theatre and education since 1994. The Magik Theatre Downtown/Hemisfair 420 South Alamo San Antonio, TX 78205 info@magiktheatre.org (210) 227-2751 Website: http://magiktheatre.org | Facebook: http://Facebook.com/TheMagikTheatre| Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themagiktheatre/ ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City's most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show's audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

44 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Episode 38 – The Magik Theatre with Anthony Runfola

Episode 37 – Halloween Special with Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

This week we talk with our friends at San Antonio’s own Bad Wolf Ghost Tours and take a peek into the hair-raising, paranormal history of the Alamo City. From tales of a gruesome murder in a local landmark hotel to stories of ongoing hauntings in a former hospital overlooking The Alamo. Whether or not you’re a believer in the ghostly realm, this episode will entertain you and (perhaps) prompt you to want to learn more. Tour Calendar: https://badwolfghosttours.com/home/calendar/ TripAdvisor: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60956-d7023921-Reviews-Bad_Wolf_Ghost_Tours-San_Antonio_Texas.html Yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/bad-wolf-ghost-tours-san-antonio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BadWolfGhostTours/ Website: https://badwolfghosttours.com Phone: 805-757-0512 ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

47 MIN2019 OCT 27
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Episode 37 – Halloween Special with Bad Wolf Ghost Tours

Episode 36 – Fredericksburg Wine Tour with Friends

This week we’re headed to Fredericksburg, TX with friends for a Wine Tour, courtesy of San Antonio’s own Craft Cruiser Tours. In an earlier episode, we talked with Dan Ward, owner of Craft Cruiser Tours (http://CraftCruiser.Tours) and learned about his local brewery tours, but this time we head outside of the Alamo City for a bit of the grape. Listen to Melissa, Nicole, and Raeme talk about their trip and visits to Baron Creek Vineyards (http://www.baronscreekvineyards.com), Fat Ass Ranch and Winery (https://fatasswine.com), and Alstadt Brewery (https://www.altstadtbeer.com). The Wine Tour was a lot of fun and a great way to celebrate a certain Beyond the River Walk co-host’s birthday! Original Interview with Dan Ward about Craft Cruiser Tours: https://beyondtheriverwalk.com/craft-cruiser-tours-with-dan-ward/ MORE PHOTOS ON OUR INSTAGRAM @BeyondRiverWalk ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-s...

29 MIN2019 OCT 13
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Episode 36 – Fredericksburg Wine Tour with Friends

Episode 35 – Living History at The Alamo

Howdy, y’all. We’re back after our #SeptemberHiatus and we’ve got a great show for you. Our gueststhis week are Ernesto Rodriguez, Associate Historian, and Angela Wolfgram, Director of Living History at The Alamo. Our subjects this week are Living History, Cannon Fest, and upcoming events at The Cradle of Texas Liberty. For your own living history experience, visit The Alamo at 300 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, Texas 78205 (Map) and connect through the website: TheAlamo.org, Facebook: OfficialAlamo, and Instagram: @OfficialAlamo. Personal Note: This second episode about The Alamo is also dedicated to my father, Wilton W. Barron, born in Dripping Springs, Texas, and my grandfather Wilton G. Barron, who served at Fort Sam Houston during World War II. ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

42 MIN2019 OCT 6
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Episode 35 – Living History at The Alamo

Bonus Episode – SeaWorld San Antonio with Chuck Cureau

This is a BONUS EPISODEpublished during our #SeptemberHiatus featuring our friends atSeaWorld San AntonioandChuck Cureau, Director of Public Relations. Our conversation coverstopics ranging from his personal experience as a Beluga Whale, Sea Lion, and Walrus Trainer and SeaWorld’s 36,000+ animal rescues, to Howl-O-Scream and the kid-friendly Spook-tacular events and the new Turtle Reef exhibit and (coming soon) Texas Stingray GCI-designed wooden roller coaster. WATCH THIS EPISODE onYouTube:https://youtu.be/zYdAtneJmpU ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Wa...

17 MIN2019 SEP 29
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Bonus Episode – SeaWorld San Antonio with Chuck Cureau

Show Update – September Hiatus to Launch “Beyond Disability Texas”, our Second Podcast

DID YOU KNOW? We’ve launched a second podcast called Beyond Disability Texas to help special needs families and other caregivers, like ours, find and learn about resources available to them in the State of Texas. To do that well, we’re taking the month of September to focus on that launch. BEYOND THE RIVER WALK WILL BE BACK IN OCTOBER. This whole month, while we launch the new show, we’re still recording and preparing for new Beyond the River Walk episodes and the show will return on Sunday, October 6, 2019. In the meantime, LISTEN TO OUR OTHER 34 EPISODES through the link below! ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San Antonio podcast. Published weekly, each episode consists of a radio-style interview focusing on one of the Alamo City’s most interesting People, Places, or Events. The show’s audience extends to over a dozen countries around the globe and nearly 30 states across the nation. Subscriptions are always free and available wherever you find podcasts.Subscribe and join us on Facebook atFriends of Beyond the River Walk. BE A GUEST –If you would like to be a guest on Beyond the River Walk, please visit our Guest Info page, then Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you and talk with you about your San Antonio story. BE A SUPPORTER – If you would like to support the show, contact us and connect with us below. You can also support show production as a patron. * EmailPodcast@BeyondRiverWalk.com * Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BeyondRiverWalk/ * Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BTRWPodcastFriends * Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/BeyondRiverWalk * Be a Patronhttps://www.patreon.com/BeyondRiverWalk SUBSCRIBE –Our show is a free podcast. Subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook and take us with you. Use the link below to subscribe now and never miss another episode filled with San Antonio people, places and events.

1 MIN2019 SEP 15
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Show Update – September Hiatus to Launch “Beyond Disability Texas”, our Second Podcast

Episode 34 – SATX-Rated with Donovan Thomson and Angela Gonzales at Freetail Brewing

Angela, Donovan and Kevin recording at Freetail Brewing Company. Our guests this week are Donovan Thomsonand Angela Gonzalesof SATX-Rated. SATX-Rated is a resource about San Antonio that is equally helpful to locals and visitors alike. From food and drinks to hidden gems and unique experiences, SATX-Rated has compiled "Experience Maps" in over a dozen categories using Yelp to provide recommended restaurants, bars, landmarks, coffee shops, burger joints, and much more. We use them and we know you'll use them too, once you check them out. SATX-Rated is also a social influencers page, geared to promoting the City of San Antonio. MORE ABOUT SATX-RATED TX-Rated is the parent company of SATX-Rated.TX-Rated was founded by Ford & Kevin. The first city to get Rated was Austin, Texas. ATX-Rated was founded to make navigating around Austin more enjoyable. Now they have expanded their reach to our great city of San Antonio, Texas. Want to rub elbows with the who's who or just have a lowkey roma...

64 MIN2019 SEP 1
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Episode 34 – SATX-Rated with Donovan Thomson and Angela Gonzales at Freetail Brewing

Episode 33 – BarbacoApparel – A Uniquely San Antonio Clothing Line

Our guests this week are Richard Diaz, Matt Contreras, and Nydia Huizar, co-founders of BarbacoApparel. BarbacoApparel is a San Antonio–based, independent clothing line that offers unique designs for Texans (or Texans at heart). From memes that only San Antonians might appreciate to classic designs that help you represent your Texan heritage, BarbacoApparel has t-shirts, jewelry, stickers, and more for you to explore. This week, Kevin and Melissa talkwithRichard, Matt, and Nydia about the origins of BarbacoApparel, their backgrounds in small business, socialmedia, and graphic design, as well as theirdesigns themselves andhow you can find them online and around the Alamo City. Contact and Follow Email: Info@barbacoapparel.com Website: www.barbacoapparel.com Facebook: Facebook.com/barbacoapparel Twitter: Twitter.com/barbacoapparel Instagram: Instagram.com/barbacoapparel ORDER ONLINE Some of Our Favorite BarbacoApparel Designs ABOUT THE SHOW – Beyond the River Walkis your local, San ...

29 MIN2019 AUG 25
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Episode 33 – BarbacoApparel – A Uniquely San Antonio Clothing Line

Episode 32 – San Antonio Zoo with Tim Morrow

Our guest this week isTim Morrow, president and chief executive officer of the San Antonio Zoo. Starting his career in themed entertainment as Aquatics Supervisor at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, Tim quickly moved up the managerial ranks when he transitioned to Sea World Parks and Entertainment, first as Supervisor, Director, and then Vice President of Park Operations for Aquatica. While serving the San Antonio Zoo as its chief executive, Tim continues to serve our own San Antonio Spurs as a Courtside Statistician. Tim holds Associates Degrees from San Antonio College in Law Enforcement and Correctional Science, as well as a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Tim currently serves as the Chairman of the San Antonio Tourism Council, as well as a board member for the International Elephant Foundation, the UTSA Alumni Association, the Zoo Conservation Outreach Group, the Texas Travel Industry Association, and the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. “San Antonio Zoo isoperated by San Antonio Zoological Society, is a non-profit organization committed to securing a future for wildlife. Through its passion and expertise in animal care, conservation, and education, the zoo’s mission is to inspire its community to love, engage with, act for and protect animals and the places they live. The zoo welcomes more than a million visitors each year and is open year-round. San Antonio Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Zoological Association of America, and Humane Certified by American Humane.” “San Antonio’s first zoo consisted of a collection of animals assembled in San Pedro Park in the 1800s. In 1914, Colonel George W. Brackenridge, one of the city’s leading citizens and founder of the San Antonio Express-News, placed buffalo, elk, deer, monkeys, a pair of lions, and four bears on land he had deeded over to the city in what is now known as Brackenridge Park. This collection became the San Antonio Zoo.” “In November 1929, two of the first cageless exhibits in America–the Barless Bear Terraces and the Primate Paradise–opened, offering visitors unprecedented views of animals. When the Richard Friedrich Aquarium was dedicated in 1948, it was described in the local press as “the world’s greatest.” The Hixon Bird House, funded through the efforts of Colonel Frederick C. Hixon, opened in 1966, featuring a simulated tropical rain forest and free-flying birds. The zoo’s bird collection is now one of the world’s largest.“ “The zoo is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and ishome to a wide variety of animals representing 750 species on 56 acres, of which 34 acres are public pathways. More than 1,000,000 guests visit the San Antonio Zoo annually – 13,155 of those being children participating in education programs and 80,000 school children coming on field trips.” – From SAZoo.org In this episode,Kevinand Melissa talk Tim Morrow, president and CEO of the San Antonio Zoo. Together, theydiscuss the mission of the @SAZoo and developments under Tim’s leadership, as well as the big changes yet to come. From a parking garage and jaguar “roller coaster”to expanded exhibits and a new location for Kiddie Land —don’tmiss this episode! Contact the San Antonio Zoo * San Antonio Zoo3903 N. St. Mary’s StreetSan Antonio, TX 78212-3199Phone (210) 734-7184 * Email: Information@SAZoo.

42 MIN2019 AUG 18
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Episode 32 – San Antonio Zoo with Tim Morrow

Episode 31 – Raeme’s Transition Services with Raeme Bosquez-Greer

Editor’s Note: This episode will be cross-posted to our other podcast, Beyond Disability Texas. If you are the parent or caregiver of a special needs child or adult in Texas, please share this episode and consider subscribing to our other podcast too. The new show debuts at BeyondDisabilityTexas.com on September 1, 2019. Thank you. Our guest this week isRaeme Bosquez-Greer, owner of Raeme’s Transition Services. Raeme’s mission is to promote the mindset of Independent Living by creating opportunities, encouraging choices, advancing equal access, and furthering the level of independence for all people with disabilities. As a teen, transitioning from home to living on your own is tough enough. It’s especially hard if you have a disability. Raeme assists young adults with learning the skills that they need to successfully live on their own, hold a job and integrate into the community. Raeme describes herself as “first and foremost … a mother.” She is the mother of five adopted sp...

45 MIN2019 AUG 4
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Episode 31 – Raeme’s Transition Services with Raeme Bosquez-Greer
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