“These murals served a purpose. They were an educational tool … they were informative historically, politically. They were about information that had been neglected and forgotten.”
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“I’ve done audio description in a theater where people would come up to me and say, ‘What does it matter? They’re blind!’”
For 41 years, Mike Graham has helped Texans achieve their fitness goals through strength training.
For the past six years and counting, Mama T, also known as Louise Thomas, has played gospel music on Austin radio station KAZI FM 88.7 every Sunday morning.
This summer, Pam Ramirez will lead a circus camp for kids at San Antonio’s Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
Living-history educator Sam Allen shares stories of the black soldiers who fought in America’s Civil War and Indian wars.
Brett Parker is a 53-year-old golf ball diver based in Dallas.
Stephanie Caillabet is a 40-year-old special-effects artist, wig maker, and owner of Art of Wigs, a custom medical wigs company in Dripping Springs.
As Big Chief of the Young Navaho Tribe, Darold Gordon spends his nights sewing bead after bead into his Mardi Gras Indian suit.
Katie Biesenbach makes sure San Antonio Zoo’s 9,000 animals of 750 species, from Mexican dumpy frogs to Asian elephants, get fed.