Euclid Media Group, the privately held media company formed in 2013 to acquire the San Antonio Current as well as three other alternative weekly publications, will debut its first new glossy magazine this November, Out in SA.
A rainbow ribbon was cut in celebration of Pride Center San Antonio (PCSA) at its new offices in the Monte Vista Historic District on Saturday.
With less than four weeks until the 2014 Primary Election and two weeks until early voting begins, candidates have been block walking and campaign ads have started showing up on television.
With the year coming to a close tonight, it’s good to look back to see what you’re proud of and what you wish you could have changed.
When arriving at a typical student residence, one can expect to find trashcans filled with fast food paraphernalia, a hodge-podge of hand-me-downs and Christmas lights that serve as “décor”, and perhaps an unidentified houseguest asleep on the couch (clearly exhausted from studying, what else?).
In 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision that struck down Texas’ sodomy law and similar laws in 13 other states, legitimizing same-gender activity across the nation.
Last night I got a message from Jerry Torres, one of the owners of Taco Haven, saying their one and only statement would be forthcoming in a column by Express-News columnist Gilbert Garcia.
Taco Haven has been in the news after allowing people on its property last week to promote a recall members of City Council who supported the recently passed non-discrimination ordinance (NDO).
When I was a very young boy, my mother drove my two brothers and me from our semi-rural home in Portage, Michigan to downtown Kalamazoo to visit a public dental clinic for free fluoride treatments. A trip to the big city was an infrequent and exciting proposition, and I watched out the back seat window, taking in the unfamiliar sights with curiosity and lots of questions.
Liberals throw the best parties.