Written by rudyarispe on Oct 16, 2020
Paintings and multiple-themed, devotional altars will transform the Bihl Haus Arts Gallery into  a large-scale, magnificent Dia de Muertos ofrenda by David Zamora Casas during the installation “Love and Death in Times of Pandemic/Amor y La Muerte en Tiempos de Pandemia” opening virtually at 5:30 p.…
Written by Ross Ramsey on Oct 12, 2020
By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Oct. 12, 2020 Texas voters have serious concerns about voting and the 2020 election, UT/TT Poll finds
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 11, 2020
By Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune Aug. 21, 2020
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 10, 2020
By Jolie McCullough and Cassandra Pollock, The Texas Tribune and Perla Trevizo, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica Oct. 9, 2020
Written by City of San Antonio on Oct 06, 2020
Motivated high school students interested in engaging in community issues around climate change, environmental policy, and/or environmental justice are encouraged to apply to Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s Youth Engagement Council for Climate Initiatives, convening this fall and working throughout the 2020–…
Written by Texas Tribune on Oct 02, 2020
By Emma Platoff, The Texas Tribune Oct. 2, 2020
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Sep 29, 2020
If you haven't checked it out yet there's a great new Twitter account called @BallottheDog (and website https://www.ballotthedog.com/) to help promote voting in Texas. Check out this awesome video here!  
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Sep 29, 2020
Watch and listen to video of "Hard Won," a song celebrating women's suffrage by San Antonio Poet Laureate Andrea Vocab Sanderson, and featuring Alyson Alonzo. The song and video were sponsored by the League of Women Voters San Antonio area, produced by Nick Shan at RTE Studios. Keys by Gabriel…
Written by City of San Antonio on Sep 24, 2020
With the COVID-19 indicators currently showing the lowest risk level (“Safe”) for transmission of the coronavirus, San Antonio Cit
Written by Ross Ramsey on Sep 22, 2020
By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Sept. 21, 2020 As of Thursday, COVID-19 had killed 14,590 Texans.