Women in Banking: Getting the Most from their Investment

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Getting the most from their investment These bankers have a lot in common besides their profession. Interestingly enough, all five of these women are mothers of two children — that includes one who refers to her two doggies as her “children.” They were all taught independence at a young age. They are outgoing and people-oriented. […]

Debra Cesaro: Regional Director for Herman Miller

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What do you do? I lead an expert sales team focused on helping companies develop their unique solutions for workplaces and help employees engage in their work environment. My region covers Central and South Texas from Waco to Brownsville and the state of Louisiana. San Antonio and Austin are the major Texas markets we support. […]

The Granary

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  Where smoke and beer come into their own The Granary, once the home of Pearl’s cooper, or barrel maker, occupies one of the few structures of true historic interest at Pearl — not counting the signature brewery itself, soon to be reborn as a spiffy hotel. In summer, the respectfully restored cottage’s wide porches […]

At Home: Monte Vista Georgian Goes Mod

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The Fun Fresh Style of Contemporary Art and Furniture San Antonio has a number of historical neighborhoods, but none is quite like Monte Vista. Located about a mile and a half from downtown, it is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places. In one of these historic Georgian homes resides a family of East […]

Pairing Food and Wine

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Two restaurants show us how it’s done. The tradition of serving wine with food dates back for centuries. In Europe, enjoying a fine vino with each meal is a part of everyday life. When the perfect food and wine come together, the experience can be magical and euphoric with an explosion of flavors. The basic […]