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Written by Vanessa Zevallos on Aug 10, 2010
Todos tenemos una historia que contar, y StoryCorps quiere oír la historia de los hispanos en San Antonio. StoryCorps estará el 15, 16 y 17 de Agosto en Las Palmas Branch Library ubicada en el 515 Castroville Road.Todo lo que necesitamos es que usted, un amigo o un miembro de su familia participen en una conversación abierta y compartan sus experiencias, recuerdos, pensamientos o planes futuros con nosotros.
Written by Heather DiMasi on Aug 10, 2010
Everyone has a story to tell.StoryCorps wants to hear yours.StoryCorps Historias will be in San Antonio to hear from area Hispanics on Aug. 15, 16 and 17, at the Las Palmas Branch Library, 515 Castroville Road. All it takes is you and a friend or family member to sit down and have a recorded conversation about any experiences or memories you wish to share and have preserved.
Written by David McLemore on Aug 02, 2010
If you can't go in person for the unveiling of Phase I on Dec. 18, take this multimedia tour of the Mission Reach project as it transforms the San Antonio River on the city's South side, connecting neighborhoods and people ... The river has always been there. And now it's changing in ways that are part engineering, part alchemy.   Jason Stevens and his wife, Leslie Raymond, watch backhoes rip dirt from the banks of the San Antonio River downstream from Roosevelt Park. To them, it sounds like music.  
Written by Heather DiMasi on Jul 28, 2010
San Anto Cultural Arts, in collaboration with Memorial Branch Library, is doing a mural dedicated to all the abuelitas, tias, mothers, and daughters of the West Side of San Antonio.If you have any photos or memories that you wish to contribute to this project, call (210) 226-7466 or e-mail
Written by Jennifer Herrera on Jul 23, 2010
San Antonio has embarked on an ambitious effort to make the city a more bike-friendly place. And city planners want your ideas.Julia Diana, senior management analyst for San Antonio’s Sustainable Transportation Sustainable Transportation department, said San Antonio is working on educating residents about cycling issues, including bike safety laws, new bike racks and a bike-share program which is scheduled to launch in 2011.