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  • Ruth Turpin

    Years as agent: 34. Specialties: Family cruises, Riverboat cruises. Consulting fee: Varies. More
  • Sally Watkins

    Insider Clout: For a Caravaggio enthusiast, Watkins enlisted an art historian guide to escort the client to three churches in Rome to admire semina... More
  • San Antonio Central Library

    A controversial enchilada-red design by Ricardo Legorreta. The library also holds a Botero sculpture and a mural by New Realist Jesse Treviño. More
  • San Antonio Museum of Art

    Established in 1981 and housed in what was once the Lone Star Brewery Complex, the San Antonio Museum of Art boasts one of the largest collections ... More
  • San Antonio River Walk

    Why It’s Cool: This granddaddy of river walks charms with four miles of cypress-lined cobble- and-flagstone paths along both sides of the narrow Sa... More
  • San Jose Island

    The farther you get from the ferry dock on this 21-mile-long, car-free barrier isle, the better the pickings. You may spot sundials, shark's eyes, ... More
  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

    Rising improbably from a 22-acre plain in a far-flung and otherwise bleak Houston suburb on the flat Gulf Coast landscape, this is the first tradit... More
  • Sig's Lagoon

    This tiny hole-in-the-wall's namesake, Sig Byrd, was the coolest cat in town in the 1950's and 60's, covering the local music and club scene for tw... More
  • Simon Theatre

    While the stunning Simon Theatre, an old movie house and ballroom built in 1925 by Texas architect, is currently going through a painstaking restor... More
  • Sloan/Hall

    Sloan/Hall far exceeds expectations for what might seem to be, at first glance, another candle and card shop. Marcus Sloan and Shannon Hall, who br... More
  • Stafford Theater Main Street

    Stop by this historic theater (it originally opened in 1910) with exposed brick interiors to see bands ranging from up-and-coming indie groups to c... More
  • Star Drug Store

    “The oldest drug store in Texas,” where you can sit at the horseshoe counter while sipping an egg cream or cherry fountain soda. More
  • Stewart Beach

    Of the area’s 32 miles of beach, this is one of the best for families thanks to picnic tables, lifeguards, public restrooms, volleyball tournaments... More
  • Surfside Beach

    The waves along this stretch of beach are consistent, thanks to deep, long jetties, making it ideal for surfers. If you don’t have your own board, ... More
  • TC's Lounge

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