The High Hawks’ new self-titled album

The High Hawks’ new album will be out June 11, 2021. Photo: google

With close to 150 years of collective experience as professional touring musicians, The High Hawks—Vince Herman  (Leftover Salmon), Tim Carbone (Railroad Earth), Chad Staehly (Hard Working Americans), Adam Greuel (Horseshoes & Hand Grenades), Brian Adams (DeadPhish Orchestra), and Will Trask (Great American Taxi)—have maintained a generation-spanning presence at the forefront of the roots music scene for over two decades. On June 11, their debut album The High Hawks will be released via LoHi Records. (IV-PR, 2021)

In the first few seconds of The High Hawks’ debut single, a flurry of pulsing electric piano, kick drum, and Townshend-esque guitar strums give way to a flat out J.J. Cale groove just in time for the first line to be sung: “If we could just find a highway…might even find a way to make it home.” And thus, The High Hawks take flight. That tune, “Heroes & Highways,” is an appropriate first taste of music from the long-time-coming, feel-good Americana cooperative, naturally expressing the range of which the bands’ members can reach.

This month, Live for Live Music premiered the music video for the aforementioned “Heroes & Highways,” a song the band calls “a nod to the ever-present tension of the thrills and experiences of ‘the highway’ and the comfort and pleasures of home sweet home.” Live for Live music echoed that sentiment, calling the tune “a much-needed reflection on the way of the road.” Fans can watch the video for “Heroes & Highways” now at this link and pre-order or pre-save The High Hawks ahead of its June 11th release right here.

The baker’s dozen of songs that make up their debut have the strong identity and cohesiveness of a band three records into their career. The summery, fiddle-infused opener “Singing a Mountain Song,” with its self-referential line—Soaring like a high hawk across this mountain top—acts as a kind of mission statement for the whole collection. There is plenty of good feeling and optimism in these grooves, from the celestial cowboy vibe of “White Rider” and the revved-up Cash rockabilly of “Bad Bad Man,” to the catchy, sauntering “Do Si Do,” which sounds like a lost Grateful Dead track, the spare emotional cover of Woody Guthrie’s “Fly High,” and “Just Another Stone,” a moving ode to love’s redemptive power. Throughout, the creative hand-offs between four songwriters and four distinct singers all come together to channel influences from bluegrass to folk to reggae to cosmic Americana into a singular, appealing voice. “These songs wouldn’t sound like High Hawks songs if it was just one of us playing them,” Adam Greuel says. “When it all comes together, there’s a sound.”

As touring starts to wind back up, the band is ready to get these new, feel-good songs out in front of a live audience.

The High Hawks Track list:
Singing A Mountain Song
Talk About That
Heroes & Highways
Just Another Stone
When The Dust Settles Down
White Rider
Fly High
Bad Bad Man
Do Si Do
Home Is
Blue Earth
Trying To Get By
Goodnight Irene

The High Hawks On Tour:
June 2 – Pearl Street Brewery – La Crosse, WI
June 3 – The Hook & Ladder Under The Canopy – Minneapolis, MN
June 4 – WIJAM Presents Sol Dance at Jones Park – Appleton, WI
June 5 – Mackey’s Hideout (outdoor stage) – McHenry, IL
June 6 – The High Hawks Invitational @ Long Bridge Golf Course – Springfield, IL


Heroes & Highways by The High Hawks

Dallas Burrow finds a new kind of adventure on self-titled LP

Dallas Burrow’s new LP will be out July 23, 2021. Courtesy photo, used with permission.

A Texas-born Americana artist rooted in the tradition of his home state’s songwriting heroes, Dallas Burrow built a career on both sides of the Atlantic with his 2019 debut, Southern Wind. Recorded in Nashville, the album reached Number 25 on the UK Americana Chart and Number 4 on the US Alt-Country chart, paving the way for a string of cross-country shows alongside fellow road warriors like Charley Crockett. Dallas Burrow has built his own unique brand of American roots music. It is a sound rooted in folk, shaped by classic country, and heavily influenced by the Texan craftsmen who came before him. On July 23, he will be introducing a new side of himself on record, that of a newly sober man embracing the stability of fatherhood and family life. (IV-PR, 2021)

The full-length, self-titled album, Dallas Burrow, is a collection of songs about maturing and finding one’s path, recorded to two-inch analog tape by producer Bruce Robison and shot through with the rich storytelling, organic Texas twang, and authentic Americana that have all become Burrow’s sonic signature. Last week, Holler premiered the first single from Dallas Burrow, the groovy, slow-burn blues of “Born Down In Texas.” Holler praised the album’s old-school, straight-to-tape recording process, saying, “That live feel crackles throughout Dallas Burrow, which, when thread through Burrow’s singular voice, captures the humidity and haunts of the Texas countryside that formed him.” Fans can hear “Born Down In Texas” now at this link and pre-order or pre-save Dallas Burrow ahead of its July release right here.

The result is a 14-song collection of western Americana, sung by Burrow in a voice that bears both the road-worn weariness of a lifelong highwayman and the fierce fire of a man reborn. This is an album about craft and conviction, from the moody western folk of the opening song, “Country Girl,” to the woozily gorgeous closer, “Outlaw Highway.” The latter track features lyrics written long ago by Burrow’s father, whose own songwriting helped lay the brickwork for his son’s career. Album highlights “Easter Sunday,” “American Dream,” and the anthemic “Independence Day” double down on that family theme, with Burrow nodding to his new role as a father and husband. Dallas Burrow is a celebration of fresh starts and new beginnings. Burrow is not cheating death anymore; instead, he is rediscovering a new way to live, with this self-titled album serving as the soundtrack.

Dallas Burrow Track list:
Country Girl
American Dream
Born Down In Texas
Easter Sunday
Holy Grail
Independence Day
Look At Us Now
My Old Friend The Shadow
Father’s Son
The Other Side
Street Hustler’s Blues
River Road
Keep On Tryin’
Outlaw Highway

When Burrow is not making records or on the road, he is the owner and proprietor of the newly opened Redbird Listening Room in New Braunfels, Texas; an intimate listening room inspired by places like Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe and Kent Finlay’s Songwriter Circle at the Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, TX, where Burrow and countless others cut their teeth.



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Celebrate Father’s Day at iFLY Indoor Skydiving

iFLY celebrating dads with first-time flyer package special for Father’s Day. Photo: iFLY Indoor Skydiving, used with permission.

All dads are unique in their own way, so what better way to show your love for dad than gifting him with flight at iFLY Indoor Skydiving? It is a fun and safe activity to do indoors as a family. In celebration of Father’s Day, iFLY is offering one free video to dads—code “FLYDAD21”—with the purchase of any “First-Time Flyer” package. The offer is valid from Monday, June 14 through Sunday, June 20, and is available for purchase online and at participating local iFLY locations. Simply add a flight video to your online cart and apply the “FLYDAD21” promo code at checkout. (iFLY, 2021)

iFLY is a sports and recreation company with the mission to deliver the dream of flight. The company pioneered the body-flying “indoor skydiving” experience and is the world leader in vertical wind tunnel technology. Guests do not need to be an athlete or in the best shape of their life. iFLY’s world-class instructors are pros at making flying fun for everyone.

iFLY is taking the proper precautions to ensure guests enjoy their flying experience by making an investment in new safety measures to create new ways of keeping people safe in their buildings. In fact, iFLY’s wind tunnels have a fresh air advantage over other experiences. Advanced wind tunnel technology provides guests with clean air while flying by recirculating and refreshing the air from outside the iFLY facilities. Tested and proven, iFLY’s wind tunnels create an environment at least 10x fresher than the average store or gym when flying guests—even at slow wind speeds.

Austin-based iFLY Holdings, LLC., is the world leader in the design, manufacturing, sales, and operations of wind tunnel systems for indoor skydiving. The company has flown more than 9,000,000 people in a dozen countries and at sea since launching the modern vertical wind tunnel industry in 1998. iFLY has over 81 facilities operating worldwide with 36 wholly-owned in North America. iFLY supports and utilizes the safety and training guidelines set out by the International Bodyflight Association (IBA) to ensure the safety and progression of the sport of indoor skydiving. iFLY makes the dream of flight a reality by giving their customers “wings” in a safe and reliable environment.

The DoSeum accepting applications for 2021 Artist-in-Residence Program

The DoSeum seeks artists who will create a miniature exhibit to complement ‘DoSeum Express: Tiny Trains and Trolleys’. Photo: google

The DoSeum is now accepting applications for their fifth-annual Artist-in-Residence Program (AIR). For this year’s Artist-in-Residence exhibition, The DoSeum is looking for a San Antonio-based or regional visual or multidisciplinary artist who has experience or has worked in miniatures or miniature scenery. The artist’s installation will complement DoSeum Express: Tiny Trains and Trolleys, a new holiday exhibition featuring working train sets which will become a holiday tradition at The DoSeum in the years to come. (The DoSeum, 2021)

For this program, The DoSeum seeks to partner with professional mid-career artists who seek ways to challenge the young, curious minds of San Antonio through their art. The Artist-in-Residence program provides children with the opportunity to interact with the work of a professional artist to appreciate the artistic process while connecting to themes of STEM and literacy.

The DoSeum will provide the venue, staging, and trains. We request artist support to create the miniature scenery through which the trains will travel. Imagination, creativity, and outside-the-box thinking is encouraged. Children will not touch the scenery but will be viewed through interactive pop-up bubbles, periscopes, and cameras (provided by The DoSeum). We are seeking up to 6 artists to provide a 4’x8′ landscape (base material will be provided).

Previously chosen residents submitted proposals that simultaneously challenged themselves to explore new facets of their own work while incorporating meaningful experiences for guests.  We are seeking up to six artists. The selected AIR artist(s) will receive an honorarium of up to $1,000 and production costs of $2,500 to aid them in the execution of their project.


Artists must meet these following requirements to be considered:

  • Open to visual and multidisciplinary artists.
  • Desire to work collaboratively with museum staff and the public to create works that step away from traditional models.
  • Experience creating social engagement participatory works of art. 
  • Experience with miniatures and creating miniature scenery
  • Local and regional mid-career professional artists are encouraged to apply.
  • Artists presently enrolled in post-secondary or graduate-level programs are encouraged to apply after completing studies.
  • Chosen artists will need to pass a background check.

Artists with the above-mentioned experience, interested in exploring non-traditional exhibition spaces, and available for The DoSeum’s 2021 production and exhibition timeline are strongly encouraged to apply.


Application Deadline: Friday, June 18, 2021

·        June 2 at 10a.m.: Optional Virtual Question Forum – Registration link for Q&A.

·        June 18: Application Deadline

·        June 18-25: Organization Deliberation

·        June 25: Finalists Announced

·        July 16: Finalist Proposal Deadline

·        July 23: Winners announced

·        August – October: Prototyping and Fabrication

·        November 6: Exhibition Opening

For information regarding the Artist-In-Residence program, eligibility, or questions about the process please contact Meredith Doby, VP of Exhibits.

More information about the program is available online.

The DoSeum is one of the leading children’s museums in the nation; a place where your mind is always at play.  The DoSeum offers innovative exhibits and experiences to get children excited about concepts in science, math, art, and literacy and encourages them to take the excitement into the world. Through joyful learning and discovery, The DoSeum Experience grows curious minds, connects families, and transforms communities. For more information, visit The DoSeum is a 501 c3-non-profit organization.

Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café now offers catering

Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café now offers catering. Courtesy photo, used with permission.

Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café is adding catering to its mix and will bring its decadently delightful take on crêpes and other savory menu offerings to your home, office, or event for 20 guests or more.  (Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café, 2021)

Sweet Paris’ Build Your Own Crêpes catering menu is ideal for anyone planning a party for a group of 20 guests or more for breakfast meetings, lunch, or dinner.  The company waives travel fees for events within 20 minutes of its location at The Shops at La Cantera. Catering professionals will customize a menu for your event and budget. For party planning call (714) 797-5496 or submit your request to Al Bueno.  Orders can be prepared on site or served boxed as a complete meal.

Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café is a Parisian-inspired, fast casual restaurant located on Main Street at The Shops at La Cantera. It offers a critically acclaimed selection of sweet and savory crêpes, from apple cinnamon Crème Brȗlée and s’mores made with Nutella®, torched marshmallows, graham crackers and semi-sweet chocolate to the ribeye-and-provolone stuffed Philly cheesesteak, and the Nordic made with smoked salmon, dill sour cream, pickled red onions, and capers.

A sumptuous assortment of breakfast crêpes is on the evolving brunch menu, which includes paninis, salads, soups and options for gluten-free crêpes.

Founded in Houston, Texas in 2012, Sweet Paris has locations in Rice Village, CityCentre, Katy, Highland Village, College Station, The Woodlands, and Nuevo Vallarta — with new locations coming to Baybrook, San Antonio and more.

“As we gather together again, take your guests on a culinary trip to Paris without stamping a passport. We will come to you and prepare our flavorful sweet and savory creations on site. Office parties, home parties, bridal parties, baby showers, birthdays, bar mitzvahs, wedding receptions, dinner clubs and more, gives us an opportunity to invite a new segment of the population to experience our food and further touch the lives of our restaurant guests.” – Al Bueno, lead crêpe crafter and catering coordinator for Sweet Paris.  

San Antonio Museum of Art launches monthly art and makers market

San Antonio Museum of Art to launch ‘Museum Market’ in June 2021. Photo: google

The San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) is excited to announce the launch of Museum Market, a monthly market kicking off Saturday, June 12, 2021. Produced in partnership with the Southtown Market Co., the Museum Market will feature a variety of products from local artists, designers, collectors, bakers, and other local makers. The market will be an ongoing effort held on SAMA’s campus in the Sculpture Garden the second Saturday of each month and will operate from 10a.m. to 3p.m. (San Antonio Museum of Art, 2021)

The goal of the Museum Market is to continue to connect the downtown San Antonio and Museum Reach communities with local makers from the Alamo City while supporting small businesses and encouraging market-goers to shop local. Confirmed vendors for the first SAMA Saturday Museum Market include:

• Beesweetology – Local honey
• Trinity – Pop art and jewelry
• Be Kind Rewind – Unisex vintage clothing
• Republic Bakery – Baked goods
• Hazel Laine Studio – Pop art apparel
• – Health and beauty goods
• La Familia Lorenzo – Fine art
• Sundown Vintage – Handpicked vintage clothing
• Trinket Armor – Gold plated jewelry and hats

“We’ve had great success with our holiday market and we’re delighted to extend it to a year-round market. Our campus has always been a place for our community to get together, and we hope that the market will bring new people to our campus. It’s a great way to enjoy the neighborhood and to spend the day on the Museum Reach.” – Emily Sano, the San Antonio Museum of Art Co-Interim Director.

The Museum Market will offer seasonal items and a rotation of new and ongoing vendors each month. For more information on SAMA’s monthly market, visit SAMA’s website. To apply to participate in the market as a vendor, contact Southtown Market.

The San Antonio Museum of Art serves as a forum to explore and connect with art that spans the world’s geographies, artistic periods, genres, and cultures. Its collection contains nearly 30,000 works representing 5,000 years of history. Housed in the historic Lone Star Brewery on the Museum Reach of San Antonio’s River Walk, the San Antonio Museum of Art is committed to promoting the rich cultural heritage and life of the city. The Museum hosts hundreds of events and public programs each year, including concerts, performances, tours, lectures, symposia, and interactive experiences. As an active civic leader, the Museum is dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the city and the region, and to supporting its creative community.

Blue Star Contemporary presents summer exhibition The Sitter

Blue Star Contemporary. Photo: google

Blue Star Contemporary (BSC), San Antonio’s first and longest-running contemporary art nonprofit, announces the opening of its first summer 2021 exhibition, The Sitter, opening to the public on Thursday June 3, 2021. (Blue Star Contemporary, 2021)

The Sitter features works by artists using contemporary portrait painting and figuration to build narratives and generate conversation around the subjects’ actions, experiences, or identities. The exhibition highlights how contemporary artists expand their definition of portrait painting and how they can activate the figure through paintings, drawings, and photography. The sitters or subjects transcend the role of model or muse and are sometimes collaborators or activators, giving access to broader contexts and unraveling complicated stories.

The exhibition, curated by BSC’s Curator and Exhibitions Manager, Jacqueline Saragoza McGilvray, features the work of La Vaughn Belle, Suzette Bross, Ruth Leonela Buentello, Carmen Cartiness Johnson, Madison Cowles Serna, Natan Dvir, Sarah Fox, LaToya Hobbs, Loc Huynh, David Johnson and Philip Matthews, Zora Murff, Cruz Ortiz.

For the first time at Blue Star Contemporary, The Sitter is accompanied by an interactive app featuring an in-depth look at the exhibition through gallery texts, visitor prompts, and information aimed at giving visitors a broader context to engage with the works of art. The newly launched app is free to download and available at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

“As our community heals and feels ready to venture out, we are thrilled Blue Star Contemporary stands strong and ready to be a place for inspiration and enjoyment of contemporary art. We had long planned to launch an interactive app to accompany our exhibitions, and now seems like the perfect time to launch a digital component that enhances the visitor experience on-site and provides an opportunity to revisit and reflect on the art once back home.” – Mary Heathcott, Executive Director.

Opening later in the summer on July 1 are new exhibitions featuring the work of three distinctive artists. Doerte Weber presents weavings reflecting on COVID-19, everyday life during the pandemic, and climate issues. Joanna Keane Lopez is a multidisciplinary artist whose work blurs boundaries between contemporary sculpture and architecture through the medium of adobe mud. Her BSC presentation will include a newly commissioned sculptural work. Terran Last Gun presents an exhibition of ledger drawings, a form which rose to prominence among Native American artists in the mid-1800s and continues today. All of BSC’s summer exhibitions will be on view through September 5, 2021.

Blue Star Contemporary’s exhibitions are supported in part by the City of San Antonio Department of Arts and Culture, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Terran Last Gun’s exhibition was made possible in part by First Peoples Fund.

Blue Star Contemporary (BSC) is the first and longest-running nonprofit space for contemporary art in San Antonio, Texas. Founded by artists and grown from a grassroots art exhibition in 1986, BSC arose from the need to provide a platform for the work and ideas of contemporary artists.

As an artist-centric, educational, forward-thinking, inclusive institution that strives to exceed expectations, BSC welcomes 30,000 residents and cultural tourists each year to experience contemporary art through its exhibitions, public art projects, and education programs. In 2016, BSC became the only San Antonio arts organization to be W.A.G.E.-certified, solidifying its commitment to fair compensation of artists and creative professionals.

Upcoming new book release: ‘Horseman: A Tale of Sleepy Hollow’ by Christina Henry

‘Horseman: A Tale of Sleepy Hollow’ by Christina Henry will be released on Tuesday, September 28, 2021. Photo: amazon

Christina Henry is a horror and dark fantasy author whose works include “Near the Bone,” “The Ghost Tree,” “Looking Glass,” “The Girl in Red,” “The Mermaid,” “Lost Boy,” “Alice,” “Red Queen,” and the seven-book urban fantasy Black Wings series. Her new book, “Horseman: A Tale of Sleepy Hollow,” is an atmospheric, terrifying novel that strongly draws from “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” spinning an engaging and frightening new story from a classic tale. It is set for release on September 28, 2021. (amazon, 2021)

“Horseman: A Tale of Sleepy Hollow” – Everyone in Sleepy Hollow knows about the Horseman, but no one really believes in him. Not even Ben Van Brunt’s grandfather, Brom Bones, who was there when it was said the Horseman chased the upstart Crane out of town. Brom says that’s just legend, the village gossips talking.

Twenty years after those storied events, the village is a quiet place. Fourteen-year-old Ben loves to play “Sleepy Hollow boys,” reenacting the events Brom once lived through. But then Ben and a friend stumble across the headless body of a child in the woods near the village, and the sinister discovery makes Ben question everything the adults in Sleepy Hollow have ever said. Could the Horseman be real after all? Or does something even more sinister stalk the woods?



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Celebrate Father’s Day at Pluckers Wing Bar

Pluckers Wing Bar is offering a free meal for dads on Father’s Day for Pluckers Club and Pluckers Club Lite members. Photo: Melissa Skorpil, used with permission.

This Father’s Day, treat dad to the best wings in town and all-day sports watching at Pluckers Wing Bar. In celebration of the special day, on Sunday, June 20, Pluckers Wing Bar will offer a free meal (up to a $16 value) to dads who are either Pluckers Club or Pluckers Club Lite members themselves or come with a guest who has a membership. This special will be available for dine-in only. (Pluckers Wing Bar, 2021)

Known for their perfect combination of homemade food and a fantastic atmosphere for watching sports, the iconic Pluckers menu includes fan favorites, such as Fried Pickles, Holy Macaroni, the Bypass Burger, and the Buffalo Chicken Sandwich. Pluckers’s famous wings are offered in-bone or boneless, grilled, and paired with signature sauces, like Buffalo, Spicy BBQ, and Spicy Ranch, along with such unique flavors as Ginger Peach Sriracha, Gochujang, and Spicy Mandarin.

Owners Mark Greenberg, Dave Paul, and Sean Greenberg, 2017 Ernst and Young Central Texas Entrepreneurs of the Year opened their first Pluckers restaurant in Austin in 1995. Over the past 25 years, Pluckers Wing Bar has opened 30 locations, expanding to Baton Rouge, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Killeen, San Marcos, and San Antonio. Pluckers is known for its signature wings and is consistently recognized as the best sports bar and chicken wing restaurant in the cities where it is located. Offering guests a fun, laid-back atmosphere where friends, family, and co-workers can enjoy a great meal and watch sports, Pluckers has been named in USA Today’s “Top Ten Wing Restaurants,” ESPN’s “Top 5 Sports Bar in North America,” and Dallas Observer’s “Best Sports Bar,” along with being named one of “Austin’s Best Places to Work” for three years by Austin Business Journal.

The Jerk Shack announces third San Antonio location

The popular Caribbean-style restaurant will open its third location downtown at Hemisfair. Photo: Jason Risner, used with permission.

Popular Caribbean-inspired restaurant, The Jerk Shack, is excited to announce its third brick-and-mortar location coming to Hemisfair in downtown San Antonio. The new Jerk Shack restaurant will be located in the Schultze House, one of the historically recreated homes in the Hemisfair district. The 1,740 square foot restaurant is set to open in the summer of 2022. (The Jerk Shack, 2021)

Jerk Shack’s third location will feature the menu and flavors of the original Jerk Shack that San Antonians have come to love, but will also have an elevated menu featuring steakhouse-like items and more for an added traditional dining experience. The Hemisfair location will also feature a full bar and cocktail program, which is not currently available at the other Jerk Shack locations.

The Jerk Shack’s cuisine is inspired by the flavors of Jamaica and the Caribbean. Chef Blaque and her team have incorporated the flavors and techniques of Caribbean cooking into American favorites like mac and cheese, tacos, and more that create a unique blend of cultures. Of course, more traditional Caribbean dishes like braised oxtail, jerk chicken and more are also available at the restaurant. Chef Blaque will also have her Executive Chef from Mi Roti, Chef Lionel “Butch” Blache, run the kitchen with her at Jerk Shack’s Hemisfair location.

The third Jerk Shack location marks the fourth restaurant opening for Chef Blaque in San Antonio. In addition to her flagship location, she recently opened Mi Roti, a Caribbean-style concept in Pearl’s Bottling Department, in July 2020. The Jerk Shack’s second location at 10234 State Hwy 151, San Antonio, TX 78251 is set to open for service this summer.

The Jerk Shack is a concept by Chef Nicola Blaque and her husband Cornelius Massey. After serving ten years in the Army, Blaque began working as a private chef to explore her passion for cooking. She relocated to San Antonio from Hawaii to pursue a degree at the Culinary Institute of America where she graduated in 2016. Blaque returned to her Jamaican roots and began focusing on Caribbean cuisine, working to bring the unique flavors to South Texas. In 2018, the team launched The Jerk Shack, a restaurant inspired by the flavors of Jamaica and the Caribbean. The Jerk Shack has received national praise including being featured by Eater as one of the 2019 Top 16 New Restaurants in America as well as being included in GQ’s 2020 Best New Restaurants in America.

“The response to The Jerk Shack has been amazing, which has allowed us to expand across the city. Our fans and customers have been extremely supportive of our growth so we’re looking forward to bringing The Jerk Shack to Hemisfair.” – The Jerk Shack Chef and Owner Nicola Blaque