The iconic blinking lights of The Monterey's Monterey. Photo by Nan Palmero.

Lovin’ on El Monty

“Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today, in the presence of the Tower of the Americas and the Internets, to celebrate the holy matrimony of the constantly changing and the consistently delicious; the familiar and the unusual; the retrofunk vibe and the distinctly San Antonio feel.

PechaKucha: Puro San Antonio and The Guadalupe

From the late AIA San Antonio Center for Architecture at the Pearl, the former Museo Alameda, the Josephine Theatre, Coates Chapel at the Southwest School of Art and the Blue Star Contemporary Arts Museum, the 14th PechaKucha Night in San Antonio makes its way to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center on Tuesday, May 27.

Biomedical engineering graduate student Anand Srinivasan works with cell cultures during his research into high-throughput analysis.

UTSA Hosts Conference on the Future of Medicine & Health Care

 

“Regenerative medicine is to the future of healthcare as ‘the cloud’ is to the future of information technology,” said Ed Davis, executive director of the San Antonio Economic Development Corporation, at the BioMed SA annual breakfast meeting in December of 2013, at which the city’s selection to serve as host for the 2014 World Stem Cell Summit was announced.