Bain Capital Real Estate Formed to Manage Harvard’s Assets

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Temperatures expected to return to normal this week in San Antonio

Just days after the Alamo City received nearly 2 inches of white, fluffy snow, residents can expect more normal weather to return. This week will see high temperatures in the mid-60s with sunny skies each day through Friday. Low temperatures are expected to dip into the upper 30s and low 40s, said Yvette Benavides, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service. The snow that fell on Dec. 7 – and the cold temperatures that came with it – was not…

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Top Attractions In San Antonio

San Antonio has been deemed the seventh most populous city in the United States of America. It is the second most populous city in Texas. San Antonio has the distinction of being Texas’ first municipality. It achieved this honor due to its history as a Spanish mission and colonial outpost. San Antonio attracts many settlers year after year. It tops the list of cities with the fastest growing population yearly. It also attracts many tourists who visit San Antonio to…

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Christmas in San Antonio: TCU Horned Frogs headed back to Alamo Bowl

It’s another South Texas holiday season for TCU. The last one was fun. The Big 12 runner-up Horned Frogs accepted an invitation Sunday to play in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio, where two years ago they played in one of the most spectacular games in bowl history. The Frogs will meet Pac-12 runner-up Stanford (9-4) in the Dec. 28 game, with an 8 p.m. kickoff at the Alamodome. “We’re very excited and appreciative to be returning to San Antonio…

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San Antonio at Charlotte, Final Score: Spurs defense neutralizes the Hornets’ sting

2 Bank Accounts That Pay 10x What Your Bank Pays After a slow start, the Spurs overcome the Hornets with stifling defense and the beautiful game on offense. Neither team looked capable of scoring for most of the first half, but the Spurs big three of Rudy Gay, LaMarcus Aldridge and Kyle Anderson led a 12-0 run to give the Spurs a double digit lead at the half. Despite second-half heroics from Kemba Walker, the Hornets were not able to…

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Gregg Popovich Has the San Antonio Spurs Rolling at Home

Head coach Gregg Popovich has the San Antonio Spurs on a roll once again. Popovich has been calling the shots for the Spurs since 1996. The team continues to have a dominant win percentage when playing at home. Watch above. Bleacher Report is the go-to destination for basketball fans everywhere. B/R’s NBA coverage delivers must-see on-court analysis and highlights on a daily basis. Connect to the NBA stories, teams, athletes and highlights that make the game more than a game.…

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Atari founder Nolan Bushnell on great ideas, great hubris and San Antonio’s potential

Stay hungry, stay humble, is really good advice because “hubris costs you more money than anything,” said industry icon and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell on Thursday at Tech Bloc’s annual rally in San Antonio. Industry advocacy group Tech Bloc on Thursday brought Bushnell, considered the father of video gaming, to headline its rally at Rackspace’s headquarters. “I did this robot, and I lost a whole bunch of money,” Bushnell said, showing the audience a picture of a robot. Bushnell reportedly…

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San Antonio mom, child stunned by Army dad reunion on TV’s ‘Ellen’

Ellen DeGeneres surprised a San Antonio military mom and her young daughter on national TV today with a video reunion. Vanessa Villegas and daughter Ellie, 5, were invited on “Ellen” after a moving video of a the little girl opening a birthday present from her dad, U.S. Army Pvt. David Villegas, went viral. During today’s guest shot, the two were both thrilled and tearful when DeGeneres stunned them with a reunion via a live shot of Villegas, who is undergoing…

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1918 biplane on display at San Antonio Airport

Photo Courtesy: City of San Antonio, Aviation Department SAN ANTONIO – Travelers who pass through Terminal B at the San Antonio International Airport will be treated to a little art and history thanks to a new partnership with the Witte Museum. A 1918 Curtiss JN-4D biplane dubbed the “Jenny” is now hovering above the ticket counter lines in Terminal B. Mexican national soccer team to begin road to 2018 FIFA World Cup at Alamodome Planes like the one on display…

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Driver in Deadly Human Smuggling Case Pleads Guilty in San Antonio

James M. Bradley Jr. left a federal courthouse after a hearing in San Antonio on July 24. A tractor-trailer driver accused of hauling undocumented immigrants in a scorching truck through South Texas in July, which resulted in the deaths of 10 men, pleaded guilty on Monday to human smuggling charges. The driver, James M. Bradley Jr., pleaded guilty in federal court in San Antonio to one count of transporting immigrants resulting in death and another count of conspiracy. Police officers…

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