Seven presenters took the stage at Trinity University’s Laurie Auditorium Tuesday night for 2017’s last installation of PechaKucha San Antonio.
There’s no saying what the presenters at PechaKucha Vol. 28 on Tuesday, Dec. 5 will talk about – but there’s one way to find out.
While there were differences in opinion regarding many things he championed for in his time as a San Antonio City Council member, Texas state senator, and U.S. Congressman, it’s safe to say that everyone agrees that it’s nearly impossible to fill the shoes of the late Henry B. Gonzalez in public service.
Whether you call it Midtown, Museum Reach, the Pearl area, or SoBro (please don’t), it’s clear that the neighborhood just north of downtown is changing.
It was in the night hours before college final exams that I begin drinking coffee.
Should the VIA Metropolitan Transit bus service be eliminated in Castle Hills?