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Patricio Calvo

Patricio Calvo
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Patricio is a 22-year-old aspiring journalist and communications major at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.

Fiesta kicks off with Taste of the Republic

San Antonio’s love for food transpires through eating and inventing new delicacies. With a diverse history and culture to back it up San Antonio...

Edgewood ISD student showcases “La Llorona” painting at Las Palmas Library

On April 11 Metro Health’s Healthy Start Program held their first Pride in the West Side community event. The aim of the event is...

Bexar County Sheriff’s office and DEA remove drugs and guns from...

On April 3, the Bexar County Sheriff's office opened its doors to cameras and questions after a West Side drug bust that lead to...

Ito Ramen serves delightful, authentic Japanese cuisine 

In the age of fast food, microwave meals, and instant gratification, it is a pleasant change of pace to encounter an eatery with a...

Spurs Dejounte Murray visits Edgewood High school

On March 20, Spurs point guard Dejounte Murray, Assistant Coach Ime Udoka, and several other staff of the San Antonio Spurs dropped into the...

Drug and DWI Court: giving second chances

Alcoholism and drug addiction afflicts countless communities across the country, and San Antonio is no exception. With deaths in drunk driving and opioid overdoses...

Imagine Fest unites community through music

It’s a cool Sunday evening, in a nameless mini mall on Culebra St, and music lovers from across the city gather for a rare...

Martinez continues father’s legacy at 22nd Cesar Chavez March

On March 24, the 22nd annual Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice will take place in San Antonio. The march will begin in the...

Two CPS employees share Puerto Rico experience

In late September 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall on the island of Puerto Rico. The category five hurricane tore through the small island, leaving...

The Texas Air Museum: A South Side jewel

The skies are filled with air traffic in the modern era. Whether commercial flight, police helicopters, military drills, or privately owned aircraft, the skies...