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Written by Andrew Delgado on Oct 14, 2011
With help from a grant from U.S. Department of Education, San Antonio school, city and community leaders joined with residents to create the East Side Promise Neighborhood initiative to collaborate on a plan to expand the opportunities for children to succeed in getting an education from cradle to career. This video is the third in a series to collect the participants' expectations, desires and ideas about how the East Side Promise Neighborhood Initiative will function.
Written by Rudy Arispe on Oct 05, 2011
 Joe Ramirez, 6, likes to help his mom and sisters bake cookies at home, but when he attends SA Youth he likes to play football and basketball with his friends. He even hopes to become a pro basketball player one day.
Written by nancypjohnson on Sep 21, 2011
NOWCastSA will record “A Community Conversation: Reno Achieved No Kill: San Antonio CAN, too!” Talk About It!/¡Vamos Hablarlo!, a bilingual multimedia and grassroots campaign focused on helping San Antonio achieve the Animal No Kill Initiative, is hosting the free public event on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Norris Conference Center at Wonderland of the Americas Mall. Due to technical difficulties with our livestream hosts outside of our control, we are unable to webcast the event live.
Written by evrard on Sep 15, 2011
Replay Video: NOWCastSA used a Qik mobile application to livestream the San Antonio Area Foundation's Center for Nonprofit Support's "Lunch and Learn: Mobile Apps and Mobile Strategies for Nonprofits,"  on Tuesday, Sept. 20 from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.Magaly Chocano, Founder and CEO of Sweb Development and SwebApps discussed mobile applications and mobile strategies that nonprofits can use to increase accessibility for supporters.
Written by Elizabeth Allen on Aug 30, 2011
SAN ANTONIO (August 30, 2011) – Urinary incontinence is a common problem that can be worsened by cancer and some of its related therapies. But many treatment options exist for incontinence, and that is the subject of the next free public lecture at the Cancer Therapy & Research Center at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio.