San Antonio Magazine for Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills, Lincoln Heights, Terrell Heights, Northwood and Oak Park
/ October 1, 2013
The spacious house in Terrell Hills is a resplendent repository for treasures and trifles acquired by three generations of family members with a refined and global appreciation of furnishings and objets d’art.
Throughout Chris Troilo’s 42 years, there have been two recurring themes shaping his life: football and family.
Selma Satel has held many roles over the years including wife, mother, grandmother and founder of one of the oldest businesses in Alamo Heights, Satel’s men’s clothing store.
Alamo Heights city workers look forward to working in a brand-new 26,400-square-foot facility that will include city council chambers, a courtroom, fire and police stations and office space.
The term “dig” is defined as the basic defensive act and the Alamo Heights High School volleyball team members know the importance of teamwork in the battle against cancer.
Lunch at Sorrento Ristorante seemed the perfect refuge on a rainy day. Inside murals of bella Italia animated the space. Music and chatter emanated from the kitchen and a waiter quickly appeared.