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While performing in San Antonio last month, comedian John Mulaney insightfully described the Alamo City as being “all places at once.” San Antonio is older than the state of Texas, yet it seems forever stuck in a cycle of being overlooked and then “discovered” by outsiders. The city’s architectural influences, which range from Spanish to Victorian to German, change from block to block, or even building to building, creating the illusion of a different place with each step. The geography is similarly eclectic, spanning the prairies of the eastern suburbs, the picturesque river that slices through downtown, and the scrubby foothills of the Hill Country. You might think all this would add up to a vibe that feels discordant or cobbled together, but it doesn’t.…
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