Olivia Ladson turned 91 in June and celebrated her 20th anniversary working with the Spurs in September. She’s not ready to retire.
On a night designed to honor Tony Parker, the former Spur gave a moving speech to teammates, coaches, and fans at his jersey retirement ceremony.
Spurs great David Robinson is serving as the honorary chair of San Antonio’s international piano competition, the Gurwitz.
The fellowship seeks to instill leadership traits in students during the end of their senior year and into their first year of college.
Bob Bass changed the NBA. As a coach, he revolutionized the shooting guard position and turned George Gervin into a Hall of Fame player. As a general manager, Bass molded the Spurs into an elite franchise and helped transform San Antonio into a basketball-crazed metropolis.
For the past 22 years, Alex Gonzales has served as a high school booster, mentor, father figure, crisis counselor, and unofficial chaplain.
This year’s entrepreneurship week will feature dozens of events designed to highlight the city’s diverse industries and encourage small business growth.
When Justin arrived on campus in 2015 from San Antonio Christian High School, he was built like an upside down exclamation point: 6-foot-7 and 180 pounds dripping wet. Today he packs 205 pounds of muscle on a 6-9 frame. What happened?
Robinson is eager to return home. He was born and raised in San Antonio, discovered by Notre Dame in San Antonio and played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome.
Dezstany Goss, a first grader attending IDEA Carver Academy, confidently walked up to the microphone at a packed Pearl Stable, and told the crowd, “I’m going to Yale.”