The eighth annual Diwali Festival drew thousands of people to La Villita to celebrate Indian culture, lights, and laughter.
Through countless hours of building trust within the homeless population to working directly with the San Antonio Police Department to encourage loiterers and squatters to utilize Haven’s resources or address mental illness, Ron Brown is transforming San Antonio’s homeless population one individual at a time.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum was buzzing with activity Saturday as hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Native American culture and art at the third annual Yanaguana Indian Arts Market.
Dozens of Eastside residents and business owners met with San Antonio Federal Credit Union (SACU) representatives on Aug.
The largest colony of bats in the world makes it home a mere 45 minutes away from downtown San Antonio at the Bracken Cave.
Hundreds gathered at the Pearl Stable on Wednesday, July 6, for the opening night of the Pearl’s third annual Summer Dance Hall Series.
With the historic U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year in June 2015 that granted same-sex couples the right to marry, many around the U.S. finally could receive recognition as legal partners, granting them rights such as hospital visitation, medical decision making, and joint-property ownership, to name a few.
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Members of Laurel Heights United Methodist Church and Muslims from the Raindrop Turkish House and Dialogue Institute of the Southwest gathered for a Ramadan dinner on Sunday, part of the Raindrop Turkish House’s effort to grow interfaith relationships.