We never really value those things that are right in front of us.
This is not going to be about a healthy holiday cookie recipe or the latest data on exercise physiology.
Being born prematurely with cerebral palsy has not stopped Daniel Velasquez from being an athlete.
Some people make it look so easy.
Forget tight pants, you’re lucky if you can still squeeze into your socks.
There are a few urban legends in our city that have managed to stand the test of time; the haunted railroad tracks, the donkey lady, and, surprisingly, the Thursday night bike ride – a long-held tradition that has a cult-like following.
About 25,000 folks took to the streets Sunday to take part in the sixth edition of the San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon.
I did not grow up with Chuck Ramirez.
It’s an unusually crisp Saturday morning, where beneath the backdrop of a picture perfect blue sky Tim McDiarmid is in the midst of her weekend routine, navigating through the crowd and picking out local fare from the farmer’s market.
The continued growth along the Broadway corridor, the emergence of Southtown, and the offering of sights and sounds in our historically significant downtown area mean it’s pretty easy to find places to go and things to do.