Growing up, I danced ballet.
On Saturday, Nov.
On Thursday, January 30, the San Antonio River Foundation (SARF) will take over the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre to raise funds for their Confluence Park project with a novel event: the Rio Viva Diva fashion show.
About 400 individuals representing 278 distinct San Antonio nonprofit agencies gathered at the Witley Theological Center at Oblate on Wednesday to mix, mingle, and kickoff the launch of The Big Give SA, San Antonio’s first ever 24 hour, city-wide giving day on May 6, 2014.
Earlier this week, in her article “San Antonio: Be Proud to be a ‘Big City, Small Town,” Suz Burroughs pointed out that cities like ours with a small town feel and evenly-connected human network are great at solving problems. The theory is that together we can better communicate and coordinate through meaningful, collective action.
You don’t know dedication until you have tried to make toilet paper rolls “cool.”
While awareness and fundraising efforts gained widespread attention throughout October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the fight against the disease and promotion of early detection through mammograms continues year round as San Antonio resident Danae Quijano can attest.
This Saturday, the year’s largest gathering of South Texas cyclists will leave the Wheatley Heights Sports Complex for a two-day bike ride and fundraising event, reaching New Braunfels on the first day, and returning to San Antonio the second day.
All great communities are ultimately defined not by their profits or product, but by their contributions to society, in culture, art and creativity—these are the things that transcend time.
Walking through the sea of tables last night at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures was every eaves-dropper’s dream.