What began as a two-person blog in 2012 has grown into a nonprofit website that attracts a few hundred thousand readers each month.
The mixer and game night will focus on the importance of creating regional dialogue among cities and municipalities about transportation.
Two years away from celebrating the 300th anniversary of the founding of San Antonio, the city’s civic leaders set course for the future by honoring the city’s past.
Good websites are like good automobiles.
The Rivard Report, which first published in February 2012, is now a 501(c)3 nonprofit and our stability and growth depends on our ability to grow and sustain our membership base, and to successfully seek funding from local and national foundations, San Antonio businesses and philanthropists.
The City of San Antonio is inviting citizens to take a deeper dive into the annual budgeting process via the SASpeakUp Survey, which can be taken in English or Spanish and allows participants to try out an interactive budget balancing simulator.
“You get what you pay for” might be cliché, but such truisms are often deeply rooted in history and experience.
Stacks of tomato sauce and a few thousand sliced jalapeños might not sound like a winning combination, but this month they are helping raise local food awareness and donations at North Star Mall.
A little more than one month from now, office productivity will decline suddenly as water cooler talk turns to March Madness and the advent of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.
If we think about the World Wide Web as our planet’s galaxy, it appears to be increasingly cluttered with orbiting space junk.