Ron Nirenberg, Snoop Dogg: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week

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Snoop Dogg is headed back to SA in July. - JAIME MONZON
  • Jaime Monzon
  • Snoop Dogg is headed back to SA in July.
Let it be known that San Antonio Current readers have no problem mixing art and politics.

That much is clear from our most read stories of the week, which included new poll numbers suggesting Greg Brockhouse likely isn't going to be SA's next mayor and the news that rapper Snoop Dogg is headed back to the Alamo City.



Plenty of folks also took the time read a remembrance of well-regarded San Antonio actor Greg Hinojosa, who also did a stint as artistic director of the Woodlawn Theater.

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9. Write off your other weekend plans, because the San Antonio Book Festival is back in a big way

8. Four San Antonio bands joining forces Saturday to raise money for fellow musician battling Leukemia

7. Tax breaks for developers under scrutiny in San Antonio, Texas capitol

6. Assclown Alert: Dressing the part with Gov. Greg Abbott and Sen. Ted Cruz

5. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott hands down order prohibiting 'vaccine passports'

4. Analysis: Abbott's media event at San Antonio site for immigrant kids is political theater — of the absurd

3. Snoop Dogg is headed to San Antonio for summer show at the Sunken Garden

2. Renowned San Antonio actor, director and teacher Greg Hinojosa has died

1. Poll shows San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg likely to win third term, while voters split on Prop B

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