I did not grow up with Chuck Ramirez.
“What do you think of your teacher winning $5,000?”
As a native of San Antonio who’s had the privilege to work internationally and study in New York and Los Angeles, I feel obligated to share my insight into a potentially vibrant part of town that’s been underrepresented until recently.
With all the high-profile ballot items up for grabs on November 6, it was easy to miss Measure 26-146 in Portland, Oregon.
Chuck Ramirez lived with HIV.
It was a cool, clear November night, Downtown Tuesday, at the Alamo Eat-Bar…and then Bam! Awesome SA struck again, the second time in as many months.
San Antonians (myself included) are a little touchy about being compared to other cities.
To all you San Antonio cynics out there: it’s time to open up your eyes and look around.
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Launching, producing and successfully funding a Kickstarter Project is a journey.
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Aptly named, Fotoseptiembre is a month-long international celebration of photography.