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Spurs, SAFB box out summer food shortage

Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) President and CEO Eric Cooper teamed up to help feed local students during...

Ron Nirenberg wins mayoral election

After a month-long wait from the May 6 elections, the run off came to end with District 8 City Councilman Ron Nirenberg defeating incumbent...

Get ‘Churroed’ this summer at The House of Churros

For the month of June, I would like to bring my readers on an appetizing jaunt reminiscent of vacation that starts on a sweeter...

Encore breaks ground on 60M residential development

The City of San Antonio, in partnership with Encore Multi-Family, Greystar and Bexar County, has broken ground on the newest downtown residential expansion, Encore...

Dance Umbrella ‘dances’ with local talent

San Antonio Dance Umbrella (SADU) presents “San Antonio Dances,” a celebration of work by local choreographers and dance organizations showcasing the rich tapestry of...

Big Brothers Big Sisters commemorates mentoring program

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas recently hosted its annual Workplace Mentoring Luncheon along with workplace partners, sponsors and volunteers to recognize important...

MALDEF prepares for lawsuit against SB4

The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) filed suit last Thursday in U.S. District Court asking for a federal block on Texas’...

Pancake Joe’s hits a grand slam on North Side

I have recently visited one of San Antonio’s hidden gems to enjoy a delicious breakfast: Pancake Joe’s. Located at 1011 Donaldson Ave. and 6703 Ingram...

‘Chips & Salsa’ highlights S.A. entrepreneurship

The “Chips & Salsa” documentary explores three small family-owned taquerías in long-established neighborhoods that stabilize and provide economic stimulus to their communities. In the documentary,...

Linda Pace Foundation constructs $16M Ruby City

The Linda Pace Foundation has officially started construction on a new visual arts landmark for the city on Wednesday morning, expanding what the arts...