Special Coverage

Written by Edmond Ortiz on Jul 31, 2016

More than a dozen neighborhood groups in San Antonio’s urban core have banded together to form the Tier One Neighborhood Coalition to protect their community plans from both city processes and developers.

Written by B Kay Richter on Jul 28, 2016

More than 100 San Antonio residents gathered at the Muslim Children Education and Civic Center to watch and reflect on videos of the police-involved shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile (replay video of the conversation below).

Written by jeremycash24 on Jul 28, 2016

In response to the recent police-involved shootings, more than 100 people gathered at the Circle School, an institution that teaches peace, to discuss ways to respond to police brutality and achieve equality for historically marginalized minority groups.

Written by karensadams on Jul 27, 2016

Technology is improving the world at a rapid pace, but even the most helpful technology can become a problem in the wrong hands. For example, the evolution of the Internet has made it easier to stay in touch through social media and research school projects, while smartphones have made it easy to capture life’s special moments with a candid photo. However, this same technology may also be making children more vulnerable.

Written by Elizabeth Rodriguez on Jul 26, 2016

As I walk into the Guadalupe Theater on a Wednesday evening, there is a familiar laughter resembling a family reunion. But this is not the kind of reunion where one has to make small talk with kooky great-uncles or the distant cousins that are barely known. No. This is more of a family reunion of kindred souls—a reunion of creatives: a place where one can meet writers who give warm hugs and loving “hellos.”