Special Coverage

Written by gsbaird on Sep 23, 2013

Recent polls concerning the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reveal that a majority of Americans continue to disapprove of the health care reform law, and that a majority also have little or no understanding of the law. Opponents have mischaracterized various aspects of the ACA and many claims have been described by fact-checking organizations as ‘pants-on-fire’ lies. Rather than spend effort refuting these untruthful assertions about the law, I want to focus on its benefits to a large portion of those in the U.S. that have not in the past had access to affordable health insurance.

Written by esperanzacenter on Sep 20, 2013

By the members of the Westside Preservation Alliance

This article is collectively written by the members of the Westside Preservation Alliance, a volunteer organization that works to preserve the history, culture and historic structures of San Antonio’s primarily Mexican American West Side. The article provides a larger context for the Historic and Design Review Commission’s recent vote to allow demolition of the Univision building at 411 E. César E. Chévez Blvd.

Written by esperanzacenter on Sep 20, 2013

The UNIVISION Building, home of the first completely Spanish language television broadcast network in the United States, is set to be demolished at any given moment. The Westside Preservation Alliance, a volunteer organization working to preserve the history, culture and historic structures of San Antonio’s primarily Mexican American West Side opposes the demolition of the Univision Building.

Written by Kris@nowcastsa.org on Sep 19, 2013

Just south of downtown, the warehouse at 2000 South Presa St. was home for tenants including cheer squads, dance classes and Luchador Wrestling before going vacant for several years - until now.

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Written by Providencestaff on Sep 18, 2013

Eight Providence Catholic School students recently received the honor of qualifying for eligibility in the Duke University’s Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP). These bright seventh graders were recognized because of their strong intellectual abilities, scoring at or above the 95th percentile on a recent grade-level test.