How did one of Julian Castro’s signature projects—”Modern Streetcar”—become a political train wreck for San Antonio Democrats?
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in Texas it is our cities that are left to seriously grapple with citizens’ most urgent needs.
In Dallas and San Antonio, a payday loan business owned by state Rep. Gary Elkins faces criminal prosecutions for allegedly violating city ordinances.
Pam Ramirez is an independent theater director and professional clown based in San Antonio.
Truly Texas Mexican is at least as much manifesto as recipe collection.
Out-of-state and foreign visitors to the Alamo are in for a write-home-about-it treat tomorrow: Hundreds, possibly thousands, of gun-toting activists are showing up for a “family friendly,” “open carry” rally and march dubbed “Line in the Sand.”
Two events this month honor efforts to keep the stories of San Antonio’s old West Side street gangs alive.
Major Texas cities are doing their part to challenge Texas’ rank as one of the least green states in the Union, a new report shows. Perhaps not surprisingly, Austin is the greenest city, with San Antonio and Houston (!) tying for the number two spot.
Last night, the San Antonio City Council chamber was a house divided between red and blue as hundreds lined up for and against a proposed non-discrimination ordinance.
The Observer talks to the aide to San Antonio Councilwoman Elisa Chan who secretly recorded her homophobic remarks.