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Sam H. Pepper

Restaurant Review: Feast

Posted by on 10/19/11 at 12:39pm

Feast appears to be a slightly miscalculated name for a rather expensive tapas restaurant. A new—and very shiny—addition to the Southtown scene, it joins several new establishments that focus on appetizer-sized portions designed for sharing. We (a group of local Lake Flatonians) descended upon the restaurant on a Friday, hoping to be blown away by our new neighbor. Click to Read More

Brantley Hightower

So a couple of weeks ago I made a trip up to Detroit to photograph a project. There aren’t too many flight options to there from San Antonio and so I had the choice of getting there too early or too late. I chose the first option and used the extra time I had to go on a side trip down to Toledo. I wanted to see the new Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art and knew I probably wasn’t going to have any other reason to visit Toledo unless I made a special trip. Click to Read More

Ranches + Ribs

Posted by on 10/18/11 at 04:30am

It’s field trip time! Lake|Flato will be headed to North Texas this weekend for a “Ranches and Ribs” themed office field trip. Check out a few of the Lake|Flato projects that we will be stopping at along the way: Cutting Horse Ranch, Cross Timbers Ranch, Air Barns.   Click to Read More

Corey Leamon

Check out the Lake Flato team building SpongeBob CANPants at this year’s Canstruction event. You can donate to the San Antonio Food Bank here: Click to Read More

Vicki Yuan

Better Know an LFer: Brian Korte

Posted by on 10/17/11 at 11:10am

Get to know our staff, weekly. Click to Read More

Rebecca Bruce

Grackles Ride for MS

Posted by on 10/17/11 at 10:00am

Bob, Thomas, Brian, Rebecca, Matt and Jonathan (in order frm left to right) rode the annual MS “Alamo Ride to the River” over the weekend. The weather and ride were near perfect! Click to Read More

David Ericsson

Book Review: Along the Way San Antonio

Posted by on 10/17/11 at 10:00am

Along the Way: San Antonio With newer design-centric city guides being released on the shelves of bookstores, boutiques, and, a trend of more focused tourism for the design aficionado is coming to surface. With city guides by WALLPAPER, or the EAT.SHOP series covering the typical cities like NYC, San Francisco, Seattle, etc…it will be a long time before either of Click to Read More

Heather Gayle Holdridge

Greenbuild 2012 Highlights

Posted by on 10/17/11 at 01:30am

Tenna, and I traveled to Toronto earlier this month for Greenbuild 2012. Here are some highlights from our trip: Click to Read More

Vicki Yuan

Better Know an LFer: Bob Harris

Posted by on 10/10/11 at 11:16am

Get to know our staff, updated weekly.   Hometown: Springfield, Ohio Years at LF: 17 Achilles Heel: Email Happiest Place: Evening soccer practice for 10 year-olds at Fort Sam parade grounds Memorable Book: The Lone Ranger & Tonto Fistfight in Heaven by Sherman Alexie; Sorry I have 2- Blood Meridien by Cormac McCarthy. or 3 – Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Foer Prized Possession: Guess….1983 Italian steel tube blue Basso Current Obsession: Biophilia Last Accomplishment: Made it through the Toronto airport during the TSA strike Favorite Thing about San Antonio: It’s still “the” Texas city Fate or Chance? Chaos and Serendipity Click to Read More

Corey Leamon

Interpretations from Francis Parker

Posted by on 10/7/11 at 03:30am

The middle school students over at Francis Parker have sent us some wonderful drawings of their school – it seems the library is a popular space. And check out some of those perspectives! Click to Read More