Special Coverage

Written by Garrett Heath on Sep 19, 2016

Maria’s Café on South Nogalitos is the quintessential San Antonio Tex-Mex dive. In business for almost 30 years, the café is a popular destination for politicos, celebrities, restaurateurs and artists alike. Andy Benavides, entrepreneur and visual artist, told me about Maria’s years ago while discussing our Mexican food favorites.

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Sep 15, 2016

The San Antonio Feminist Film Festival is returning for a second edition of offerings of feature films and documentaries that reflect the evolution of women's empowerment and the struggles for equality.

Written by TheWhittingtonGroup on Sep 14, 2016

By Gail Hathaway

Applying for jobs at a young age can seem overwhelming, especially to those entering the workforce for the first time. But if you are in your teens or early twenties, what you accomplish now will be the foundation for your future employment.

Here are some helpful tips to help teens and young adults prepare when seeking employment:

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Sep 14, 2016

A local nonprofit dedicated to mobilizing and educating young people has released its latest voter's guide.

Mobilize, Organize, Vote, Empower San Antonio (MOVE S.A.) has been forming voter's guides to mainly local elections for a few years now. The grassroots group strives to engage young voters.

Written by Elizabeth Rodriguez on Sep 13, 2016

Britt Tovar, a queer Chicana of Austin, Texas shared her experience of coming out as a high school student. She chose to share her story because of the experience that many teens have once they enter into the school system. 

“The high school I attended in Southwest Austin did not have a GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance) when I came out my freshman year,” Tovar said. “My best friend at the time told me she wanted to create a GSA and that she wanted my help.”