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Written by Joe Ruiz on Jan 27, 2011
 A San Antonio filmmaker is holding an open casting call and seeking volunteers and potential actors for his next film.
Written by Graciela Sanchez on Jan 25, 2011
On April 1, 2002, the historic gas station, open-air dance space known as La Gloria was demolished.Hundreds of community residents from the West Side and from all parts of San Antonio joined arms, hearts and minds for over two months to stop the destruction of this landmark building. But the owners of La Gloria, and their cronies at City Council didn’t listen to the community.Y murio La Gloria.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Jan 18, 2011
It's the morning after one of the largest marches celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and we thought you'd like to see a collection of the coverage of the event from around the city with some highlights from around the nation.
Written by Susana on Jan 17, 2011
Tens of thousands of people marched under a cold, gray sky in San Antonio to celebrate the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., marking the 25th anniversary of the commemorative national holiday.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jan 17, 2011
The NOWCastSA team was broadcasting live from the largest Martin Luther King March in the nation as an estimated 100,000 people celebrated the life of the civil rights leader by walking along Martin Luther King Drive in San Antonio and gathering for a boistrous rally at Pittman-Sullivan Park.Here are seven videos taken by NOWCastSA intern Andrew Delgado with a Nokia N95: