Special Coverage

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Oct 01, 2016

When a developer threatened to sue the Beacon Hill Area Neighborhood Association in 2016 if the group appealed the city’s zoning for his convenience store and gas station, the association backed off from what they feared could have been a costly fight.

Written by Jason Gil on Sep 29, 2016

"Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters," being showcased at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, will be brought to life on Oct. 3, for a one night only performance by the Dallas Children’s Theater while on their national tour. 

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Sep 29, 2016

Voters in the San Antonio Independent School District are going to the polls Nov. 8 and will decide the fate of two crucial funding initiatives.

There will be two items on the ballot. One is for approval or disapproval of a $450 million bond. The other is a Tax Ratification Election (TRE).

The bond would support renovations at 13 schools, the replacement of aging infrastructure, upgrading science labs, and expanding classroom spaces.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Sep 29, 2016

Henry’s Puffy Tacos, one of San Antonio’s most beloved Mexican food restaurants since 1978, will gain national recognition when it is featured in an episode of the TV series, “Food Paradise,” scheduled to air on the Travel Channel at 7 p.m. Sunday, October 16.

Written by Mark Tirpak on Sep 28, 2016

Nobody wants San Antonio to be a ‘dumb’ city, but a recent article published by WIRED (July 2016) hints that we act like one by using public dollars to prioritize and implement the least effective approaches for improving our local transit services – ignoring research and the perspectives of local transit users (including visitors and would-be investors) as well as the e