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Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 19, 2011
About 500 people came out for a Dignowity Neighborhood/Bowden Elementary Community Block Party celebrating the Promise Neighborhoods on April 30.The event, centered at the pavilion at the top of Lockwood Park, featured free food and family and children's activities. About 30 vendors shared information about community resources, from health to fitness, education and finance.San Antonio Councilwoman Ivy Taylor addressed the crowd and children from Bowden Elementary school made brief presentations before local musicians took to the stage.
Written by Avenida Guadalupe on May 19, 2011
The Avenida Guadalupe Association (Avenida) launched three free access computer centers on May 17 located at the Guadalupe Street Coffeehouse at 1320 Guadalupe Street, the Margarita Huantes Learning Center at 1411 Guadalupe Street and the Parian Business Center at 1410 Guadalupe Street.
Written by michaelbmaine on May 19, 2011
Can we encourage positive behavior by making things fun? The folks over at The Fun Theory do. They held a competition inviting people to provide ideas on how to make everyday tasks such as throwing away trash, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and recycling more fun.
Written by michaelbmaine on May 19, 2011
Most marketing textbooks teach the 4 P’s of marketing (Product, Price, Place, Promotion). Although the promotion aspect of marketing gets the most attention the other 3 P’s are equally important in a successful business.
Written by Joe Ruiz on May 17, 2011
To celebrate the importance of higher education, San Antonio is hosting a College Signing Day at the AT&T Center, complete with a Spurs announcer, a red carpet and light show and a salute from Mayor Julian Castro.Editor's Note: Did you miss College Signing Day? Did you attend and want to see yourself or your HS senior again? Watch the archive of our webcast here.