Special Coverage

Written by deborah.charnes... on May 13, 2015

I’m OK. You’re OK. Are you really?

Most of us are on overdrive. As a result, we are stressed out. We don’t eat well. Don’t sleep well. Don’t enjoy time with our loved ones enough. Stress interferes with everything. Especially our health. We have too many deadlines, and too many devices running our lives.

Read a few of my previous posts (http://thenamastecounsel.com/yoga-blog/) on “The Way Life Should Be,” “The Yoga Sutras,” or “Yoga at Sea” for my view of a more balanced stress free life.

Written by San Antonio Pub... on May 12, 2015

The San Antonio Public Library and Councilman Roberto Treviño celebrated the grand opening of the new Teen Library at Central today.  The new 6,000 square foot space, located on the third floor of the Central Library, offers teens out-of-school learning opportunities to engage in a variety of cutting-edge activities. These experiences, led by professional library staff, will develop collaborative skills that allow peer-to-peer interaction in a safe, enjoyable space and prepare teens for college and employment.

Written by rmcmer on May 11, 2015

Community First needs 75 to 100 volunteers for the Family Fitness Festival & 5K on May 30 at Mission County Park.

More than 800 people will participate in this free event commemorating our 20th Anniversary. Please tell your friends and family, we can use their help with:

  • Water stations
  • Parking
  • Registration
  • Race logistics
  • Passing out medals & collecting time chips
  • Fitness zone attendants


Written by Templeton on May 11, 2015

Coming soon to San Antonio: Maverick Dog Park: a state-of-the-art, ecologically-conscious, sustainable, community-funded dog park just north of downtown San Antonio. I could fill you in on all of the details but I think I’ll let my BFF (best four-legged friend) fill you in since he’s got a vested interest in the success of this new park.

Written by lcarter on May 09, 2015

They call it the Train of Death - el Tren de la Muerte,  or simply La Bestia, or the Beast.  It is the life-threatening and life-altering mode of transportation from Central America to the United States for as many as half a million people a year.