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.
If you’ve ever wanted to stand on the abyss that leads one way to heaven and the other to hell, and live to tell about it, this is your chance.
If you’re looking for a job right now, there is no better place to be than Texas and very few cities outpace San Antonio.
Rivard Report: What is the 1005 Faces project?
A few days ago, I wrote about the online journalism site, Atlantic Cities, and the start of its weeklong look at San Antonio, our evolving economy, progressive efforts of the Alamo Colleges and its Alamo Academies to improve education and workforce training outcomes, and our early success at building Geekdom, the co-working space and tech incubator downtown.
February 14: Valentine’s Day.
The Pearl has long been known as a hub for high-end dining, boutique shopping, and the kind of event space that doesn’t feel like there should be a fog machine, disco ball, or moldy carpet on the walls.
One year ago, I was a former newspaper editor trying to create something out of nothing.
Somewhere between the pot luck supper and the private dinner party, the pop-up dinner emerged, and I’m so thankful for that.
With all the high-profile ballot items up for grabs on November 6, it was easy to miss Measure 26-146 in Portland, Oregon.