When it comes to teaching anatomy to medical students, technology has its place at UT Health San Antonio, but there’s no replacement for a real cadaver.
Performing artists help create San Antonio’s cultural richness, yet many have trouble making enough money to sustain themselves, much less their art.
For Penny Benavidez and her family, Helotes is the sweet spot between the rush of city life and the slower pace of country living.
“I play like my dad,” says accordionist Santiago Jimenez Jr., who recently recorded 13 classic conjunto songs for new San Antonio label Bull Calf Records.
All proceeds from the exhibit go directly to WINGS, a local organization that helps uninsured women in Central and South Texas pay for breast cancer treatments.
A QuikTrip gas station proposed in Government Hill faces significant neighborhood opposition.
At San Antonio Pets Alive’s medical clinic, a puppy with a deadly diagnosis got a new lease on life and a new owner.
With 23 entries, the Viva Macondo chapbook is now complete.
The year is still fresh, with plenty of time to stress later on. Take it easy with yoga, music, and art for a smooth transition into 2020 this weekend.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.