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Written by Justice Garza on Jun 22, 2011
Updated for 2018: Before you break out the barbecue pit for the July 4th holiday, take out the trash. Yes, you will have to take out the trash on the Fourth of July (if Wednesday is your normal trash day). And just in case it rains: click here for Emergency Backup Fireworks.
Written by Beth Graham on Jun 21, 2011
In 1603, in an attempt to resolve conflicts between religious denominations, King James I of England and Ireland (James VI of Scotland) convened a group of 54 scholars to undertake an official translation of the Bible. The final product was published in 1611. In 2011, organizations around the world are observing the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Bible.
Written by evrard on Jun 09, 2011
On June 2, 2011, NOWCastSA founding board chair William G. Moll retired from his position on the board and accepted a new role of chair emeritus.  In appreciation of Moll's leadership and support, NOWCastSA has created a new segment called "Community Moments" to recognize others who also have used their talents and influence for the greater good of the community.This first Community Moment features an interview with Rackspace Hosting Chair Graham Weston.   
Written by Beth Graham on Jun 07, 2011
The San Antonio Public Library's Board of Trustees will honor those selected as 2011 Library Champions with a ceremony this weekend.The ceremony will take place at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 11, in the Central Library Auditorium at 600 Soledad Street.
Written by pinojo on May 31, 2011
Jamie Stolarski was born and raised in San Antonio and graduated from Robert E Lee High School.  After graduation, Jamie took classes at San Antonio College (SAC) in a range of subjects including fine art and photography.   While attending SAC, he began working on his skills as a visual artist in oil painting, but has always been interested in letter forms which ultimately led to an interest in graphic design.