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Torneo "La Texana"

Torneo “LA TEXANA”
Primissima edizione del torneo amatoriale di Texas hold ‘em del CIRCOLO Virtuoso Bukó.
Due carte a testa, cinque carte comuni, quattro giornate in un mese per decidere chi vincerà… 199 more words

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Victory or Death

Gary Zaboly’s good drawing based on historical evidence is a good intro to today.

It’s traditional in these parts to read this aloud today, the 2nd of March, which is Texas Independence Day. 237 more words

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March 2 in San Antonio history...

1836
Texas declares independence from Mexico at Washington-On-The-Brazos.

1879
The cornerstone of German Methodist-Episcopal Church in La Villita is laid.  This church is now known as the Little Church of La Villita. 23 more words

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March 1 in San Antonio history...

1853
St. Mary’s Institute opens at its new location on College Street along the east bank of the San Antonio River.

1898
Bishop James Steptoe Johnson, second bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Missionary District of Western Texas, opens St. 53 more words

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February 28 in San Antonio history...

1915 – World War I
German forces bombard Soissons and Reims Cathedral in France.

1892
Travis Park United Methodist Church is dedicated.

1976
Just 24 hours after a 140-116 loss to the Denver Nuggets, the Spurs get revenge in Convention Center Arena, 134-122.   51 more words

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February 27 in San Antonio history...

1947
“It’s A Wonderful Life” debuts at the Majestic Theater, two months and six days after its national premiere.

1951
Sultry actress Mae West performs in person in the play “Diamond Lil” at the Texas Theater. 54 more words

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February 26 in San Antonio history...

1883
The cornerstone of Paine (Travis Park) Methodist-Episcopal Church is laid.

1961
Sixty-six college students, both African-American and white, stage a second peaceful demonstration at the Majestic Theater.   36 more words

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