During the coronavirus pandemic and its resulting shutdowns, Rivard Report photographers have chronicled San Antonio and its residents as everyone adapts to a different way of life. 

Each week, we’ll share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s new normal.

Catholic Charities volunteers give food and supplies to walk-up attendees at the “Food from the Heart” event. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
Residents of 1221 Broadway Lofts watch the “Get Happy” street concert performed by Belen Escobedo and her band during the coronavirus pandemic. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
People line up outside Great Clips at 11019 Culebra Road on Saturday morning, the day after hair salons and barber shops were allowed to reopen. Credit: Shari Biediger / Rivard Report
A father and son feed the geese at Woodlawn Lake Park. Credit: Scott Ball / Rivard Report
Bonham Academy hosts a drive-through parade for Teacher Appreciation Week in the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report
Ashley Ozuna, her two daughters, and Jose Melgoza walk through The Shops at La Cantera as some retail stores start to open. Credit: Bonnie Arbittier / Rivard Report

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Scott Ball

Scott Ball is the Rivard Report's photo editor and a native San Antonian.