The Alamo Hour’s Episodes

Chet Garner, The Daytripper, Baylor Law Grad, and BBQ Aficionado

Chet Garner and Justin Hill attended Baylor Law School together. After law school, Chet went on to work for one of the biggest and most successful law firms in Texas. Feeling a little burned out, Chet took a swing at making a TV show highlighting all the wonderful things in Texas–including San A

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Eric Cooper, President and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank

Eric Cooper moved to San Antonio in 2001 to take over the San Antonio Food Bank and get it on the right path. In his time at the SA Food Bank, the non-profit has raise a lot of money, added many programs, and has made it their mission to provide food for today, food for tomorrow and food for a li

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Drew Galloway, Executive Director of MOVE Texas, Bagpipe Player and Sommelier

After attending the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, Drew Galloway moved to San Antonio furthering his career in the wine industry working with large wine retailers. While in San Antonio, he was bit by the public policy bug and went back to school. Since then, he has immersed

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Mayor Ron Nirenberg, San Antonio’s Elected Leader

Ron Nirenberg is serving his second term as San Antonio’s mayor. During his second term, he is leading the city through the COVID-19 pandemic and related damage. Ron joins us to discuss the state of the city, moving forward, and some of the things he loves about San Antonio. He also discusses how

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Javier Espinoza, Worker’s Rights Advocate, Attorney, and Community Leader

Javier Espinoza moved to San Antonio in 2007 and quickly established himself as one of the best trial lawyers in the city. In addition to that, he has taken up the admirable role of giving a voice to many of our city’s forgotten workers. He joins us to discuss his passion and his plan to start a

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Boyan Kalusevic, Award Winning Distiller and Early SoFlo Mover

Boyan Kalusevic grew up spending summers in Serbia and Croatia where he learned the family tradition and process for making apricot brandy or “rakia.” When he was able, he opened Dorćol Distilling + Brewing Co. with the goal to make the best fruit distillate in the United States and great beer a

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Mikal Watts, Trial Lawyer, Criminal Justice Reformer and Safety Advocate

On the 10th Anniversary of the BP Blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, Mikal Watts joins us to discuss a disaster that changed his life. He discusses his path working on some of the biggest cases in American history to becoming the target of a massive federal indictment. Against all advice, Mikal defen

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