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Written by Edmond Ortiz on Feb 18, 2017
About 200 people marched through the streets of San Antonio Saturday, Feb. 18, protesting the Trump Administration’s immigration policies. Liberty League of San Antonio, a grassroots organization, organized the peaceful event, which went viral via a Facebook invite.
Written by Don Mathis on Feb 17, 2017
Casa Navarro State Historic Site will be celebrating its recent designation as a National Historic Landmark on Feb. 25. Local, state and national representatives will also be on hand to celebrate the birthday of the Texas patriot.   
Written by Page Graham on Feb 14, 2017
Second Saturday is a great occasion to catch up with friends and acquaintances, listen to multiple DJs spin tunes, grab some munchies from a food truck, have a beverage and above all, check out the art. As a recent visitor to San Antonio put it, “We don’t have anything like this in Austin. This event is so great because it’s primarily about the art.”  
Written by Brooke Cowey on Feb 08, 2017
Join us for the San Antonio Digital Inclusion Summit on Wednesday, March 1, 2017. This event will start at 8:30am with opening remarks by Mayor Ivy Taylor. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP here today in order to guarantee a seat. This event is free and open to the public. Parking at Central Library is in an attached parking garage with an entrance on Soledad Street. The first three hours are free, and the full day flat rate is $5.
Written by Don Mathis on Feb 07, 2017
“Ending Racism in About an Hour” was the conversation led by W. Kamau Bell at San Antonio College (SAC) Thursday night, Feb. 2. “In these days, it may take two or three hours,” the California comedian quipped. SAC’s McAllister Fine Arts Center was packed with 600 people to hear the stand-up comic and television host deliver what he called ‘The W. Kamau Bell Curve.’