Time for the semiannual big-brother spy report on what posts you have been reading most during the past 12 months. As usual, you are all over the map, seemingly encouraging me to continue randomly sending postcards from San Antonio and back home no matter where we wander.
The mysterious murder of Helen Madarasz in Brackenridge Park rose to the top, which makes me wonder why ghost-hunters have not latched onto the story of Martha Mansfield. There are still some who pine to hear the San Antonio Song, a post from five years ago, but a few new posts squeezed into the top dozen. Hope some of you have found your way to dine in our favorite restaurants in Oaxaca, but my personal favorite entry about food in Oaxaca is on grasshoppers.
The number in parentheses represents the rankings from six months ago:
- The Madarasz Murder Mystery: Might Helen Haunt Brackenridge Park?, 2012 (2)
- Artist Foundation unleashes another round of creative fervor, 2015
- The danger of playing hardball with our Library: Bookworms tend to vote, 2014 (1)
- Remembering everyday people: Our rural heritage merits attention, 2014 (5)
- Seeing San Fernando Cathedral in a new light…, 2014 (7)
- Please put this song on Tony’s pony and make it ride away, 2010 (3)
- Picturing the City’s Past Just Got Easier, 2014 (6)
- How would you feel about the Alamo with a crewcut?, 2011 (10)
- That Crabby Old Colonel Cribby Condemned the River to Years of Lowlife, 2013 (11)
- Weather Forecast: 11 Days of Confetti Ahead, 2015
- Photographs from the 1800s place faces on the names in Zephaniah Conner’s Bible, 2014
- Postcard from Oaxaca, Mexico: Favorites on the food front, 2015
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