Loewenberg, 65, will retire in February, completing a 38-year career caring for the elderly.
Emily Thuss, a social activist and engaged member of San Antonio’s housing preservation community, passed away on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016.
Barring the unforeseen, it’s a sure bet that “An Evening With Paulette Jiles,” one in a series of year-long literary events hosted by the San Antonio Book Festival, will be more relaxed than those leading to the announcement of the National Book Awards last month in New York, which Jiles attended as a finalist in Fiction.
Local author and world explorer Catherine Nixon Cooke has written a book to awake the slumbering mural as an example of San Antonio’s cultural diversity and expression.
Former Southtowner and internationally renowned author Paulette Jiles was nominated for the National Book Award for Fiction.
Members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church collaborated with Haven for Hope on a book drive that benefitted the homeless at the organization’s Courtyard Tuesday afternoon.
It had all the trappings of a teenager’s birthday party: friends and family conversing, arty cupcakes, gift packages, music, and singing.
David Molak, who committed suicide in January after being cyberbullied, loved Star Wars, vacation bible school tunes, and pop music.
Something beyond good manners is in play when you hand the keys to your King William home to people you only just met.
Jim Johnson was the kind of guy who was equally welcome at the Sanchez Ice House, the Bexar County Commissioners Court, and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Posts 9186 and 8111. He served as Grand Marshal of the King William Parade in the late ‘90s and as a board member of the San Antonio River Authority (SARA).