In the spirit of holiday sharing, several members of the Rivard Report staff went on video to share their most memorable Thanksgiving dishes.
Here’s a list of ways you can give your time and support to others in San Antonio this Thanksgiving.
Cyber Monday will likely become the biggest shopping day of the year, online or otherwise, sometime in the next decade.
H-E-B partnered with Meals On Wheels and other local nonprofits to deliver about 2,000 free Thanksgiving meals to homebound senior citizens.
Thanksgiving is the time when Americans in the largest numbers reach out to the least fortunate in their communities through charitable contributions.
More than 4,000 volunteers got to work preparing a quarter of a million meals for the 37th annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner this coming Thursday.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, San Antonio-based author Regina Moya serves up her third novel, El Día del Guajolote.
Two dozen volunteers are fasting, consuming only bread and water (and coffee) until $40,000 is raised.
Volunteers arrived at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in the wee hours of the morning on Thursday to prep for the Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner, the largest in San Antonio. Longinos Soto showed up with his friends at 6 a.m., later than some, to fire up dozens of chafers containing turkey, green beans, and all the classic fixings of Thanksgiving for guests that started streaming in at 9 a.m. More than 25,000 dinners will be served throughout the day until 4:30 p.m.
Soto and company are members of the U.S. Air Force but wore plain clothes as they plated thousands of slices of pumpkin pies.
If the San Antonio Food Bank can’t collect more donations by Wednesday, Nov.