San Antonio has been recognized as one of the fastest growing cities, yet many young professionals who move here flounder to find their niche in the city.
After spearheading San Antonio’s first organized private/public presence at 2016 South by Southwest (SXSW), nonprofit Choose San Antonio is headed next to the fall, eco-centric version of the Austin festival.
If Santa’s main clientele were adults, I think a few things would be different.
We were living in one of my favorite cities, Washington, D.C., when my wife, Lindsey, suggested we should move to her parents’ farm in North Dakota.
My family and I relocated from Philadelphia to the Lone Star state in the early 1990s when I was just a boy.
Talk to most young professionals, or anyone engaged in seeing San Antonio progress, and you start hearing the same things.
“Writing about Music,” the saying goes, “Is like dancing about architecture.” That may be a glib line but it accurately speaks to the difficulty of translating the essence of one media into another. Describing music in print may be hard, but so too is describing architecture.
When my wife Brooke and I moved to San Antonio in 2006, we both had a genuine interest in the challenges San Antonio faced.