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Written by rudyarispe on Aug 11, 2017
A bronze bust of Alamo hero Juan Seguin by well-known sculptor Erik Christianson is now on view at Battle For Texas: The Experience, a historical adventure attraction that brings to life the 1836 Battle of the Alamo.
Written by rudyarispe on Aug 03, 2017
Eva’s Heroes is encouraging brothers and sisters, who are 18 and older and who have a sibling with special needs, to register now for the organization’s free SA Sibs program that begins Aug. 19 with a meet-and-greet at Paramour. SA Sibs offers monthly sessions that include discussion activities, social outings, games and opportunities to make new friends. To register, visit www.evasheroes.org and look for SA Sibs under the Programs section or call (210) 694-9090.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 23, 2017
Nine immigrants are dead and 20 others are clinging to life after they were found inside a smuggler's truck at a Wal-Mart on July 23, 2017. Here is how San Antonio responded.
Written by Maria Gardner on Jul 12, 2017
In the Texas Senate in 1957, when filibusters were used by southern legislators to weaken racial integration mandates, Henry B. Gonzalez and Abraham Kazen filibustered for a record-setting 36 hours to successfully kill bills that would have enabled segregation.
Written by Cary Clack on Jul 04, 2017
To be an American is not a talent. It's not a craft or skill discovered and manifested early in life that is honed and mastered so that we perform with pride as others marvel at this singular talent. We didn't will ourselves into existence or align the stars and our bloodlines in our favor so that we would be born in the United States. When we say that we're proud to be an American it should be with the acknowledgement that everyone should be proud of his or her birthright.