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Just a Thought: mayoral, City Council races

Once again, we are currently in the midst of a City Council and mayoral race in San Antonio. Unlike the presidential, congressional and state...

Just a Thought: Remembering the Alamo

This coming Thursday, March 2 we celebrate the official State Holiday for Texas Independence. On that day, 59 people signed the Texas Declaration of Independence...

Just a Thought: Pamplona’s running of the bulls

Forty-four years ago in July in 1973, I recall backpacking Europe with some fellow international backpackers. Reminiscing once again about my past, I recall...

Just a Thought: passing of Archbishop Patricio Flores

A couple of weeks ago, San Antonio’s beloved Archbishop Patricio Flores passed away at age 87. A man of integrity and principles, we have...

Just a Thought: 30th Annual MLK March

Tomorrow is the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. March. I look forward to once again making the 2.75 mile trek along Martin Luther...

Just a Thought: a New Year and all things Hispanic

Looking back for the last six years as a weekly columnist for La Prensa, I am honored that Tino, Millie and now Nina have...

Just a Thought: Pearl Harbor Day

Four days ago, we celebrated the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, also referred to as a “Day That Will Live in...

Just a Thought: Well-known Hispanics from San Antonio

Last week I wrote about 28 Hispanic candidates who won their races for Congress, judge, state representative, sheriff, constable, commissioner and justice of the...

Just a Thought: Día de los Muertos

On Tuesday,  San Antonio officially celebrates Día de Los Muertos. However, yesterday and today the city got a head start on the partying by...

Just a Thought: S.A. Hispanic Journalists Gala

A few weeks ago I wrote about the upcoming S.A. Association of Hispanic Journalists 18th Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala at the Grand Hyatt,...