You don’t always hear about San Antonio when it comes to amazing food scenes, but don’t be fooled, we have some of the best food in the country. Whether you’re in the mood for steak, Tex-Mex, seafood or any other type of cuisine, San Antonio will not disappoint.
San Antonio like most cities in Texas hit all-time highs this summer with a record 17 consecutive days over 105⁰ and 73 days over 100⁰! So while Texas summers might feel like an intense furnace, fear not, for the soothing embrace of autumn has graced us with its presence. San Antonio now beckons you to chill, albeit just a little.
While not everyone may find hair loss as interesting as we do here at the Limmer Hair Transplant Center, that doesn’t mean that you won’t find some of these hair facts fascinating. There are a number of amazing things we didn’t know about hair until we got into the hair loss field, so we thought we’d share some of these incredible facts with you today.
We know that spring has just sprung, but there’s nothing wrong with planning ahead. Summer in San Antonio is one of the best times to get out and enjoy all that the city has to offer.
Winter is coming, but that doesn’t mean that it’s time to pull the shades and stay inside until spring. We know that sitting on the couch under a blanket, watching your favorite Netflix shows, is a great way to pass the time when the weather gets a little colder, but San Antonio offers quite a few amazing things to do and places to visit during the winter months.
Summer months can be brutally hot here in Texas, but thankfully Fall is upon us and it’s time to cool down…a little bit.
San Antonio offers a variety of events and activities to partake in during the fall months. The cooler days and even cooler evenings allow for an ideal climate to enjoy some outdoor activities without worrying about sweating through your clothes.
The holiday season is upon us which means cities and towns all across the country are getting into the festive spirit, and San Antonio is no different.
Men’s hairstyles and haircuts have changed dramatically over the years. If you look back to the 1940’s and 1950’s, you found more slicked back styles or crew cuts, which then evolved into the looser pompadour styles that we saw in the 1960’s.
We’re all for optimal safety in the world of sports. However, we can’t help but be slightly disappointed when hats and helmets hide the glorious hair of our favorite MLB baseball players. After all, just because working their bodies into peak, World Series-winning condition might be their number one priority, growing out some great locks apparently doesn’t fall too far behind.