Guests can order the same juicy Reuben, split pea soup, and root beer that San Antonio Germans ordered 100 years ago at Schilo’s Delicatessen.
Alamo City Comic Con, now in its fourth year, is returning to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Halloween weekend. The event is looking to break last year’s attendance of 78,000 and expand its educational outreach.
From the moment Sonia Alvarado saw her son, Luis, in a hospital bed in Landstuhl, Germany, she knew that her family’s life would never be the same.
Philanthropists, corporate leaders, and County officials gathered at a reception at the Bexar County Courthouse Thursday afternoon to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of the Hidalgo Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Tracy Ann Wolff, wife of Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff.
For many of you, April 23, 2009 may seem like a long time ago, but to me it seems like yesterday.
One hundred years ago, you might have seen three Jewish boys biking from an 18-by-30 ft.
It seems natural to hear parents, educators, and politicians talk about their desire to see more students succeed.
This year, La Familia Cortez Restaurants, which owns the iconic San Antonio restaurant, Mi Tierra Café & Bakery, turns 75 years old, and even now, beneath the technicolor Christmas lights and papeles picados strung across the eatery’s ceiling, three generations of la familia Cortez are preserving and growing their legacy established by the family patriarch, the late Pedro Cortez.
DALLAS — Ensuring that children and other vulnerable Texans are not left behind as the state grows should be the focus of the next legislative session, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus said on Tuesday.
Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood has received an outpouring of criticism and support after he professed his firm belief that vaccines “can and do cause autism.”