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Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 19, 2015
REPLAY VIDEO: The City’s Office of Historic Preservation (OHP) unveiled a study evaluating the economic impact of historic preservation in San Antonio. The report titled Historic Preservation: Essential to the Economy and Quality of Life in San Antonio, was created by Donovan Rypkema, Principal of PlaceEconomics. The study “reveals historic preservation in general and neighborhoods in particular, are not only compatible with the goals of SA2020, but are an indispensable component towards achieving them,” said Rypkema.
Written by Jennifer Herrera on Feb 15, 2015
San Antonio is a thriving community of creatives specializing in various fields and areas of interests. The team behind Make San Antonio want to create a space for local creatives to gather to create and collaborate. On Saturday, February 14 Make San Antonio kicked off a membership drive with a goal to have 100-plus people sign up as members during the five week-long campaign.
Written by Rick Noriega on Feb 14, 2015
If nearly 50,000 more Texas students had an opportunity to go to college, most would agree that this would be good for our state. This has occurred in Texas this past decade because of the nearly unanimous bipartisan support and passage of House Bill 1403 (the Texas Dream Act) signed by Governor Rick Perry in 2001.
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 06, 2015
Academia América is partnering with Cortez Branch Library to provide a 10-week citizenship education course for legal residents who qualify to apply for U.S. citizenship.
Written by esperanzacenter on Feb 05, 2015
The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center will present a book premiere and plática for University of Texas San Antonio professor Sara DeTurk’s new book, Activism, Alliance Building and the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 7 pm. This free event will be hosted at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center located at 922 San Pedro Avenue.