Today’s Latino political leaders express no doubt about Andy Sarabia’s role as a social justice pioneer who made life better for the city’s Mexican-American population.
Artist and gay icon Gene Elder died in his River Road home Sunday at the age of 69. A close friend remembers his colorful life.
Mark Richter, founding artistic and general director of Alamo City Opera, died Sunday night at age 51.
Olga Madrid’s work to uplift women in San Antonio’s West Side will be remembered and carried on by those she inspired.
Jeanie Wyatt, a pioneer and national force in the banking and investment industry, died at age 65 after a battle with a rare form of appendix cancer.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
Bill Powers presided over the University of Texas at Austin during a period of significant change.
San Antonio artist Brad Braune – a watercolorist of “whimsical Western imagery,” as he once described his work – died unexpectedly Thursday. He was 68.
A memorial and celebration of life for Kenneth Garrett, owner of the downtown nightclub Bonham Exchange, will take place at the club Monday.
In the mid-1960s as he practiced law in San Antonio, there was no sign – aside from his gregarious personality – that Herb Kelleher was destined to become a marketing icon and visionary leader of an upstart airline.