Raul Ortiz started creating graffiti-style art and lettering as a teen. He now works at Voodoo Tattoos in Denver Heights as the main tattoo artist.
Owner Dean Bardi attributes 80 percent of his business to regulars, some that come five days a week and even twice a day.
The Woodlawn Lake lighthouse has a mysterious origin, but remains a neighborhood landmark, adding a nautical touch to the manmade lake.
Train travel from San Antonio to Austin or points beyond is not rapid or especially convenient, but travelers say it’s affordable and really comfortable.
The school was the first in Northside Independent School District to roll out the dual-language English-Spanish program in 2000.
So far, 65 miles of paved trail ways have been developed along the Medina and San Antonio Rivers, and Leon and Salado Creeks.
The dam and its pond are teeming with wildlife, and people of all ages and walks of life are drawn to the shores of the pond for recreation and the scenery.
A Garden of Eden in San Antonio? A 13-acre orchard and ranching lot promises a future as the Harvest Community Fellowship church.
A historic ranch home and cemetery near Texas A&M University–San Antonio provide new insight into slavery and black history in Bexar County.
The Bread Box provides everything from loaves to pastries to more than 25 restaurants and coffee shops around the city of San Antonio each day.