Special Coverage

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 31, 2016

The San Antonio area added more than 51,000 people from 2014 to 2015, one of the largest gains in the country, according to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Combined with Austin’s gain of 57,000 people, Houston’s gain of 159,000 people and the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s gain of 145,000 people, that adds up to 412,000.

Written by J.T. on Mar 31, 2016

This week on the Edge: Maker Faire video starring you! Texas Women of Influence, San Antonio Book Festival and Census reports booming growth.


Written by classictheatre on Mar 28, 2016

BORN YESTERDAY is a comedy about millionaire junk man, Harry Brock, who brings his beautiful, rough-around-the-edges girlfriend, Billie Dawn, to Washington, D.C. When Billie's lack of social graces becomes a liability to Brock's business dealings, he hires a journalist, Paul Verrall, to educate her. In the process of enlightenment, Billie painfully realizes the nature of Brock's crooked schemes.

On May 15, the public is invited to a community conversation talkback immediately following the show.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 23, 2016

Are you coming to the San Antonio Public Library’s second annual Mini Maker Faire on Saturday, March 26?

If you do, stop by the NOWCastSA booth, where we're making a YouTube movie starring you!

The festival at San Antonio’s Central Library will be a celebration and showcase of the vibrant and creative San Antonio Maker community.

Team NOWCastSA team will be there, helping you build a better community with your hopes and dreams.

Written by Cary Clack on Mar 23, 2016

In my house is a painting of one artist’s depiction of Jesus, which I bought years ago on the South Side. I give it extra attention during Holy Week and the celebration of Easter, a special day that is on a different date each year and is commercially symbolized by a giant rabbit carrying a basket of brightly colored hard-boiled eggs it hides from children.

It’s a beautiful painting that’s sparked conversations and comments from people who’ve seen it because the Jesus in the painting is black. He looks like the late, great singer-songwriter Nickolas Ashford.