Special Coverage

Written by Rudy Arispe on Apr 05, 2016

After her mother, father, husband and three sisters were killed during tense fighting between quarrelling neighbors, Sudan and Chad, Josephine Toundamje and her seven children fled Chad into Cameroon. They were resettled in San Antonio in 2010.

Shahram Ebadfardezadeh, 50, his wife and four children left Iran five years ago for San Antonio, where they could enjoy religious freedom and practice the baptismal customs of their Mandaean community, who follow the teachings of John the Baptist.

Written by City of San Antonio on Apr 04, 2016

5 Points Local, a restaurant and yoga studio in the 5 Points Neighborhood on North Flores Street, joined ¡Por Vida!, a Metro Health healthy dining program. 5 Points Local will offer ¡Por Vida! meals from their gluten-free kitchen with a menu of offerings that highlight locally-sourced ingredients.

Written by San Antonio Pub... on Apr 04, 2016

April is National Poetry Month, the largest literary observance in the world celebrating poetry’s vital place in our culture. San Antonio Public Library invites the community to take time this month to learn more about poetry, attend a poetry reading, check out a book of poems or try their hand at writing a poem of their own!

Written by Rudy Arispe on Apr 01, 2016

Fiesta 2016 just got hotter thanks to SA Youth and its official Fiesta event Chips ‘N Salsa. The night of Fiesta revelry benefits the organization during an evening of hot to trot salsa dancing, exciting casino games, food, drinks and the crowning of this year’s Chips King and Salsa Queen.