Special Coverage

Written by urban15 on Aug 26, 2016

Formed in 1987, Carnaval de San Anto is URBAN-15’s original, award-winning, multi-generational community drum and dance ensemble. CDSA was the first group to bring the carnaval rhythms of samba, reggae, rumba, maracatu, and similar Afro-Brazilian and Caribbean rhythms to San Antonio. URBAN-15’s Carnaval de San Anto has toured all over Texas and Mexico, performed at three presidential inaugurations, and become a regular at some of San Antonio’s most iconic and memorable events, such as Luminaria, the Fiesta Flambeau Parade, and Jazz’SAlive.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Aug 24, 2016

Musical Bridges Around the World will present artists from around the globe – including San Antonio’s Sister Cities (Chennai, India; Kumamoto, Japan; Guadalajara and Monterrey, Mexico; Gwangju, South Korea; Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain; and Kaohsiung, Taiwan) – during the nonprofit’s 5th Annual International Music Festival that will be held at the UNESCO (United Nations E

Written by B Kay Richter on Aug 23, 2016


In an article shared on the Rivard Report, the neoliberals spoke on the ride-hail programs that have weaseled their way into the city under the guise of “progress.”

Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 20, 2016

Texas has seen an “unusual,” dramatic increase in the number of women who died from pregnancy-related causes in the past five years, according to a new study.

Written by City of San Antonio on Aug 18, 2016

The City of San Antonio is asking residents to provide feedback on the Fiscal Year 2017 Proposed Budget through the #SASpeakUp campaign. More than 5,000 residents helped shaped the budget by offering their feedback earlier this year.

"Our proposed City budget directly impacts the lives of so many families, and now that we have shared details of it, we want to hear from those families,” said Mayor Ivy R. Taylor. “I urge San Antonians to make their voices heard. After all, we are your City government and this is your money we are investing in our community."