Almost every one of us is guilty of not living up to our own standards. Why not use the election to redouble our individual commitments?
Several days ago, a commentary appeared in the Rivard Report that posed and attempted to answer the question, “What defines the San Antonio brand?” It is a great question.
As Council met in executive session beyond the eyes and ears of the public and press, Taylor joined two Northside council members in opposing the lawsuit.
Trust me, San Antonio, when I say the local band The Texases are genuine fun and darn sure worth hearing.
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Battle of Puebla, the day that Mexican forces defeated a French military invasion on May 5, 1862.
This spring semester the graduate students at OLLU had the opportunity to work with acclaimed visiting writer Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, author of Barefoot Dogs.
One sign of San Antonio becoming a better city would be a more robust turnout for elections, one of the best measures of civic engagement.
There never was a world where “alternative facts” existed like invisible, yet-to-be-discovered anti-matter. Such a world does not exist now.
I’m sure many generations have said “We sure live in interesting times,” but these are my interesting times, and they are relevant to me.
Poetry is, certainly, as vital and necessary now as it has ever been.