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Written by Susana on Mar 08, 2011
Parents, neighbors and teachers from the East Side gathered Tuesday, March 8 at Wheatley Middle School for a public forum that gave education and developmental outcomes for children from the school district as part of federal grant called Promise Neighborhoods.You can watch the Webcast here:
Written by Susana on Mar 05, 2011
Hundred of women, students, activists and residents came out on a windy, sunny Saturday to participate in the 21st annual San Antonio International Women's Day March that celebrates women's achievements and calls attention to issues affecting minorities in the community and the world.
Written by esperanzacenter on Mar 01, 2011
Join us as we march in the streets in solidarity with women and social justice movements in San Antonio and around the world.The 2011 San Antonio International Women’s Day March and Rally will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 5. It starts at Travis Park and ends end in the historic Plaza del Zacate (Milam Park) with a rally featuring several speakers and performers, including poet Tammy Gomez, Houston hip-hop artist Kiawitl Xochitl, Green Party vice-presidential candidate Rosa Clemente, and others.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 27, 2011
Sipping champagne, cheering and dancing, about 300 people celebrated the launching of San Antonio's newest radio station, KROV-FM, as it broadcast its first official song and its station identification in the parking lot of its new offices.  KROV 91.7FM-HD2 launched on a sunny, warm Sunday, Feb. 27 with the playing of a duet of Michael Jackson and Akon singing "Hold My Hand," a recently-released song recorded before Jackson's death in 2009.
Written by Susana on Feb 24, 2011
Several hundred people gathered in round tables, drawing and stacking chips on maps depicting HemisFair Park in a second public workshop to revamp San Antonio's famed downtown neighborhood. More than 300 people attended the Hemisfair Park Planning workshop at Sunset Station to tell the city and developers the kind of kind of housing, transportation routes, shopping centers and parks they want in order to bring new vibrancy to the 78-acre area, home to the 1968 World's Fair.