About

I created the Urban Spotlight blog to highlight people, places and events in San Antonio, Texas (USA) that I think give the city its special charm.  I have lived in San Antonio since 1987 with my husband, two teenage children and two dogs.  I work as a grant writer for several local non-profit organizations.  I volunteer in my son’s school and enjoy baking, playing in my church handbell choir, traveling and restaurants. 

Please feel free to submit comments to this blog and share your thoughts and ideas about San Antonio and urban spaces.   Thanks for visiting my small corner of the internet. 

–Debbie Sultemeier

9 responses to “About

  1. You are a very busy lady.
    We share some of the same interests. I’ve never heard of “duck architecture” though but I like that term. We’ve shopped in those very places at Port A. that you photographed – I like to see a little “fun” mixed in with a “serious” profession.

    • Thanks for your comment. With school starting I’m afraid I may only be visiting football stadiums and the Churchill choir room the next few months.

  2. Your first post just appeared on Urbanspoon! Check it out:

    http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/39/1464898/restaurant/Midtown/Il-Sogno-Osteria-San-Antonio

    You can also add a picture for your blog. This blog photo shows up next to your posts wherever they appear on Urbanspoon. Just head on over to your blog page on Urbanspoon to claim it:

    http://www.urbanspoon.com/br/39/1262/San-Antonio/Urban-Spotlight.html

    You’ll find some interesting badges and widgets there. Let me know if you have any questions.

  3. Hi, I have enjoyed reading through your blog about stuff happening in the city. I have a photostream on Flickr with lots of photos of San Antonio and the area…if you’d ever like to use one for anything you write about, please email me and I’ll be happy to let you, as long as you can give me credit.

    Thanks 🙂

    Abe

    • urbanspotlight

      Abe:

      Thanks so much for the comment. I’ll check out your photos and thanks for offering them for the blog.

      Debbie

  4. thank you mentioning my book. There is going to be an exhibit:Fantasies in Cement, Trabajo Rustico at the SSAC, May6-30, at the Navarro Campus. A symposium will be May 15, free and open to the public from 9:30-11:30, with three speakers. The afternoon session, sponsored by the SA Consevation, will include a box lunch, bus tour and demo by Carlos. The charge for the pm is 25. You can make a reservation with the SA conservation office. Hope to see you there-please identify yourself!

    • I love your book. I can’t wait to see the exhibit. I already have a commitment in the afternoon May 15 but will come for the morning.

  5. thank you mentioning my book. There is going to be an exhibit:Fantasies in Cement, Trabajo Rustico at the SSAC, May6-30, at the Navarro Campus. A symposium will be May 15, free and open to the public from 9:30-11:30, with three speakers. The afternoon session, sponsored by the SA Consevation, will include a box lunch, bus tour and demo by Carlos. The charge for the pm is 25. You can make a reservation with the SA conservation office. Hope to see you there-please identify yourself!
    +1

  6. Hi Debbie,

    I came across your blog on Urban Spoon & love the content! We work with several restaurants in the Austin area and are getting ready to open a restaurant in SA. We would love to send you more information on the restaurant and invite you to the food blogger preview that we will be having.

    You can visit our website for more information.

    Thank you and looking forward to hearing back from you,

    Cat Caroom
    cat (at) craveusa.com

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