Fans flooded the stands with their smartphones in hand at the AT&T Center on Sunday to take in the fifth and final game of the 2014 NBA Playoffs between the Spurs and the Miami Heat.
The DreamWeek summit, San Antonio’s celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., opens Friday, the start of a multitude of events that will take place during this year’s 12-day homage to America’s greatest civil rights leader.
It’s not every day you need a steamroller to complete your art project.
While awareness and fundraising efforts gained widespread attention throughout October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the fight against the disease and promotion of early detection through mammograms continues year round as San Antonio resident Danae Quijano can attest.
Between 1972 and 1976, Woodward and Bernstein, as the former Washington Post duo is best known, became synonymous with great investigative journalism by breaking the biggest story of their generation, coverage that led to former U.S. President Richard Nixon’s resignation in disgrace.
Come Saturday, Nov.
The wanderings of modern yogi Cassandra Fauss have found her exercising her craft weekly at The Richter Co.
As this year’s president of the Texas State University Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists I had the opportunity to attend the national organization’s Excellence in Journalism convention in Anaheim, Calif.
The line to attend City Council’s “B” Session rarely stretches outside the Municipal Building into Main Plaza downtown.
Ashley Quinn, Main Plaza Conservancy programs manager, remembers receiving an email from an unemployed San Antonio resident detailing his appreciation for SATX Pedal Power’s weekly, free, and family-friendly “Cycle-In Cinema” events.