Special Coverage

Written by JamiAlise on Sep 23, 2016

As I walked up to the Lila Cockrill Theatre, I caught a 672 CP Taurus in Pokémon GO.

My highest one yet. Honestly,  it took way too many PokéBalls to catch. Luckily, downtown has a crazy amount of PokéStops. Thankfully, we have an historic downtown with many in-game landmarks.

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Sep 22, 2016

Two job fairs are taking place within a week, one focusing on San Antonio's growing information technology sector.

Workforce Solutions Alamo will have a career fair for youths 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Education Service Center Region 20.

Organizations say there are positions available in an increasing number of specific fields. The job fairs are happening after the announcement that U.S. jobless claims fell last week to their lowest level since July. 

Written by Rudy Arispe on Sep 20, 2016

Although her journeys have carried her from her home in Kenya to the campus of UCLA, to the streets of San Francisco and finally to the opens arms of the Alamo City, Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga still cherishes her African roots and culture, and fond memories of her grandmother and her friends, who were basket weavers.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Sep 20, 2016

Updated: “Embroidering the Old Spanish Trail” which celebrates the construction in the 1920s of the Old Spanish Trail,  the transcontinental highway that linked southern states from Florida to California, opens with an artist reception from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct, 13 at Bihl Haus Arts, 2803 Fredericksburg Road.

Written by Garrett Heath on Sep 19, 2016

Maria’s Café on South Nogalitos is the quintessential San Antonio Tex-Mex dive. In business for almost 30 years, the café is a popular destination for politicos, celebrities, restaurateurs and artists alike. Andy Benavides, entrepreneur and visual artist, told me about Maria’s years ago while discussing our Mexican food favorites.