American Dream Comes with Responsibility to Pay it Forward Commentary: My responsibility is to pass along the greatness of America to my fellow Americans. by Jason Pulliam Latest What the East Side Taught Me About the American Dream by Dacrie Brooks One Map, One Plan: How to Build a San Antonio That Works for All of Us by Jim Bailey USMCA Will Shape the Region’s Trade Realities by Antonio Garza My Daughter’s Battle with Cancer Inspired Me to Continue the Fight for Her by Eduardo Macias Donors to Nonprofits Want to Invest Time and Skills, See Results by Becky Bridges Dinnin More news Group Starts Charter Vote Drive to Curb Top SAWS Pay, Tenure A coalition of citizens groups held a press conference where they aired their grievances with the City and SAWS and outlined a proposed charter amendment. by Shari Biediger Bexar’s Eye: Aviation Industry Lives On at St. Philip’s Southwest Campus Aircraft technician students at St. Philip’s College Southwest Campus carry on the legacy of aviation on San Antonio’s South Side. by Emily Donaldson Nirenberg Prefers to Stay on the Sideline in Presidential Primary San Antonio’s mayor is staying neutral, even though one candidate has given millions to San Antonio to assist in its efforts to fight climate change. by Brendan Gibbons In Poorest U.S. Metro, Two Examples of How San Antonio Can Beat Poverty Opinion: The path out of poverty through a good education was never more evident than last week when two local figures took to the stage in San Antonio. by Robert Rivard Emerging as Frontrunner, Sanders Claims Nevada Victory at San Antonio Rally Bernie Sanders claimed victory as he arrived for a San Antonio rally Saturday night, his win in the Nevada caucuses entrenching him as the frontrunner. by Shari Biediger Nancy Pelosi Gives Henry Cuellar a Homestretch Boost in Intense Primary During a trip to Laredo on Saturday, the U.S. House speaker swung by a Cuellar campaign office with 10 days until the Texas primary. –From The Texas Tribune by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune UT Health San Antonio to Host Public Discussion on Alzheimer’s Disease A community conversation about dementia also is aimed at enrolling people in clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease. by Roseanna Garza Where I Live: Vista Del Norte Adriana Brown loves her Vista Del Norte neighborhood for its park-like atmosphere and the friendships she’s formed. by Adriana Brown Two More Coronavirus Cases Surface Among Lackland Evacuees Two new coronavirus cases were found among evacuees from the Diamond Princess cruise ship who arrived at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland on Monday. by Roseanna Garza Zoning Decisions Result in Approval of Lavaca Apartments, Protection of Toudouze Building City Council voted in favor of at least two different measures that impact the City’s Southtown and South Side neighborhoods. by Iris Dimmick New Executive Director Mason Entertains Big Dreams for Classical Music Institute With new Executive Director Donald Mason at the helm, CMI looks to grow its reach. by Nicholas Frank PechaKucha Vol. 37 Focuses on Memories and Helping Community The 37th installment of PechaKucha featured a mother fighting for her daughter, a son honoring his mother, and all remembering artist Katie Pell. by Jackie Wang Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.