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Written by Anais Biera Miracle on May 17, 2011
Girls Inc. of San Antonio is renaming its ten-week summer camp "Glenda Woods Girls University," in honor of the donor whose bequest is helping the program expand to include 100 girls in two locations for the next four years.
Written by evrard on May 11, 2011
On Thursday, May 19, the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health will host a workshop on forgiveness presented by Richard S. Balkin, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC. From 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Dr. Balkin will teach the skills necessary to address issues of conflict and forgiveness. The workshop is free to attend and lunch is included for all registrants (there is a fee to receive continuing education units).
Written by pinojo on Apr 26, 2011
Mike Addkison has lived all over Texas and attended high school in Boerne. Mike went to UTSA and majored in architecture, but took a variety of classes including art and environmental science. While in college, Mike volunteered at Artpace and helped many of the resident artists with their installations.
Written by Susana on Apr 19, 2011
While Texas lawmakers consider anti-bullying bills this session, San Antonio parents are gathering to learn more about the practice that can make children miserable and traumatized.
Written by pinojo on Apr 18, 2011
David Rubin arrived in San Antonio by way of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Crescent City. Rubin joined the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) in 2006 as the Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art and has been responsible for the permanent collection, exhibitions and programming in contemporary art at the museum. One of the programs that have been very successful is the ongoing Artist Conversation Series.