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Written by evrard on May 11, 2015
Replay Video: Join NOWCastSA and San Antonio Public Library at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 12 for the live webcast of From the Killing Fields to the White House: The American Dream in First Person, presented by Former Ambassador Sichan Siv. In 1976, Ambassador Siv escaped from the killing fields of Cambodia and settled in Connecticut. His book, Golden Bones, chronicles his journey to freedom.
Written by Clayton Price on May 11, 2015
REPLAY Video: Watch the entire webcast of the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio performing the Carmina Burana live at the Tobin Center's H.E.B. Performance Hall. The performance was Sunday, May 17, 2015   Thanks to underwriting from YOSA, you can replay the concert whenever you like right on this page. Listen to the Texas Public Radio story on this event here.
Written by rmcmer on May 11, 2015
Community First needs 75 to 100 volunteers for the Family Fitness Festival & 5K on May 30 at Mission County Park. More than 800 people will participate in this free event commemorating our 20th Anniversary. Please tell your friends and family, we can use their help with: Water stations Parking Registration Race logistics Passing out medals & collecting time chips Fitness zone attendants  
Written by Templeton on May 11, 2015
Coming soon to San Antonio: Maverick Dog Park: a state-of-the-art, ecologically-conscious, sustainable, community-funded dog park just north of downtown San Antonio. I could fill you in on all of the details but I think I’ll let my BFF (best four-legged friend) fill you in since he’s got a vested interest in the success of this new park.
Written by Rudy Arispe on May 06, 2015
The 2nd International Music Festival presented by Musical Bridges Around the World (MBAW) includes seven performances by world-class jazz, folk, classical and ethnic musicians and dancers from May 14 to 24 at three venues: Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle; San Fernando Cathedral, 115 Main Plaza; and the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall at Trinity University, One Trinity Place.