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Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

Kevin & Melissa Barron

Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

A weekly Society, Culture and Travel podcast
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Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

Kevin & Melissa Barron

Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

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Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

Kevin & Melissa Barron

Beyond the River Walk in San Antonio Texas

A weekly Society, Culture and Travel podcast
 1 person rated this podcast
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This week we revisit friends at BarbacoApparel to find out what's new, how things are going during the pandemic, and what the future holds for this creative, local small business.The post Episode 40 – Update with BarbacoApparel first appeared
This time, Beyond the River Walk welcomes J. Alex Ruiz, owner of Volundr Forge in San Antonio and a champion of Forged In Fire.  Alex is anaccomplished blacksmith and bladesmith, as well as instructor. The conversation covers Alex's background,
Joining us this time is Anthony Runfola, Artistic Director of The Magik Theatre. In our conversation we talk about the…The post Episode 38 – The Magik Theatre with Anthony Runfola first appeared on Beyond the River Walk.
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
This week, we're going to Fredericksburg for a Wine Tour with Friends, courtesy of Craft Cruiser ToursThe post Episode 36 – Fredericksburg Wine Tour with Friends first appeared on Beyond the River Walk.
Howdy, y'all. Our guests this week are Ernesto Rodriguez, Associate Historian, and Angela Wolfgram, Director of Living History at The Alamo.The post Episode 35 – Living History at The Alamo first appeared on Beyond the River Walk.
Bonus Episode! This YouTube video episode features an interview with Chuck Cureau, director of public relations at SeaWorld San Antonio. Our conversation covers topics ranging from his personal experience as a Beluga Whale, Sea Lion, and Walrus
We're taking September off from Beyond the River Walk, but for a very good reason. Listen to this quick announcement to find out why. #ThankYouThe post Show Update – September Hiatus to Launch “Beyond Disability Texas”, our Second Podcast firs
In this episode, Kevin and Melissa are joined by Angela and Donovan for a conversation about SATX-Rated, their personal and professional backgrounds, their SATX-Rated experience maps, and the social media services they provide to local small bu
This week, Kevin and Melissa talk with Richard, Matt, and Nydia about the origins of BarbacoApparel, their backgrounds in small business, social media, and graphic design, as well as their designs themselves and how you can find them online and
In this episode, Kevin and Melissa talk Tim Morrow, president and CEO of the San Antonio Zoo. Together, they discuss the mission of the @SAZoo and developments under Tim's leadership, as well as the big changes yet to come.  From a parking gara
In this episode, Melissa and Kevin talk with Raeme Bosquez-Greer about her background as a foster parent, adoptive parent, and leader in providing transition services to young people with disabilities.  If you are the parent or caregiver of a s
In this week's episode, Kevin talks with Gary Rodriguez and B.L. Miers about the history and impacts of railroads in San Antonio, their own experience in the railroad industry, and the current projects and goals of the SARHM. It's a marathon ep
In this episode, Kevin and Melissa talk with April about the origins of SouthsideSanAntonio.com, her experiences as a travel blogger and influencer, and her partnerships with Southside businesses and nonprofit organizations. From restaurants an
Jennifer Donbavand talks with Kevin and Melissa about the origins of her social media presence, the feedback that she's received from her followers and and fellow influencers along the way, and some of her favorite local restaurants. Join us fo
Our guest this week is Mitchell Andry, co-owner of Cool Crest Miniature Golf in San Antonio. If you've grown up in San Antonio, then you know and likely have played a round or two at Cool Crest, but do you know its real history? The post Episo
In this episode, Kevin and Melissa talk with Dr. Richter about her educational background, career in communications and journalism, and how both contributed to her book and active blog about San Antonio. You'll learn a bit, you'll laugh a bit,
In this episode, Brian and Brandon talk with Kevin about the history of JB Knife and Tool, bladesmithing and blacksmithing in San Antonio, and how Brandon's work has helped him, as an adult on the Autism Spectrum. The post Episode 25 – JB Knif
In this special episode, Dr. Winders talks with Kevin about the complex series of events that make up the history of The Alamo and why the Alamo story must be told and understood in its entirety.The post Episode 24 – The Alamo with Dr. Bruce W
In this episode, John and Kevin geek out a bit about podcasting. Among related subjects, they talk about John's background in podcasting, his desire to bring Texas podcasters together, and his plans for the Texas Podcasters Association. John is
Meredith talks with Kevin and Melissa about the Briscoe's temporary Summer 2019 exhibition, Into A New West: Contemporary Art from the Booth Museum. Kevin and Melissa also talk with Meredith about the origins of the Briscoe Museum, its permanen
In this episode, Kevin talks with Harrison about the history of San Antonio Beer Week, participating breweries and restaurants, and events on tap for 2019. They also discuss what makes a beer a "craft beer."  Listen and share this episode with
Let's go to the movies! In this episode, we talk with Adam Rocha about the origins of the San Antonio Film Festival, its history and highlights, as well as what we can expect this year's events that run from July 30 - August 4, 2019.The post E
In this episode, Kevin talks with Tony Villarreal about the BBR Festival, its origins, and its growth, and its future. They also discuss the reason for the move to the Festival's new location at The Greenline in Brooks, as well as what attendee
Kevin talks with Andrew about the origins of Southside Bottling Works, the inspiration behind TexaCola, and what makes the Southside culturally unique and one of the fastest-growing areas of San Antonio.The post Episode 18 – Southside Craft So
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