by Christopher Gill I love San Antonio. It’s a city of incredible diversity with a rich and romantic history and people who are passionate about life and making this city better. However, if you ask pretty much anyone, they’ll attest...
by Meredith Kay Watching him plate the thin slices of cucumber with tweezers, so that it curled just right, was like watching a surgeon perform a delicate operation. His face was a study of intense concentration, as the guests eagerly...
by Alfred A. Valenzuela (Major General, U.S. Army, Ret.) & Jeffrey F. Addicott (Lt. Colonel, U.S. Army, Ret.) Terrorism is a term without international definition. In the ordinary sense, it is a tactic that is meant to instill fear. Understanding...
by Ari Temkin American ingenuity is the foundation on which this country was built. Our society extols the virtues of “The American Dream,” which is personified through our own capitalistic practices. In every area of our society, free market reigns...
by Jules Aldaz As a national wardrobe stylist, I am always looking for a fresh new feel in the fashion world. So imagine my excitement when I found it in the designer label of Ashard Richley. I absolutely love fashion...
Saturday, September 7 Roadrunners vs. Cowboys Alamodome, 11 a.m., goutsa.com The UTSA football team opens up its first season in Conference USA on Aug. 31 before playing its home opener against the Oklahoma St. Cowboys, the first-ever Big 12 opponent for the...
Meet San Antonio’s Top 25 Personal Injury Plaintiff Lawyers. In July, S.A. Scene sent a survey to area attorneys asking them to rank the top ten personal injury lawyers for plaintiffs by asking, “Who would get you the best results...
by Meredith Kay Never go to a farmer’s market on an empty stomach. It’s the easiest way to drop a quick hundred dollars, which is exactly what happened when I attended my first market day at Ripe on the northwest...
by R.J. White Well, our state is in the political news spotlight again. The Associated Press reported in August that the continued fighting over redistricting could cause the primaries, scheduled for March, to be delayed for the second consecutive news...
by Michelle McCullough When you see someone walk down the street with a tattoo, what do you think? As with most things in life, some will judge, others will understand and the rest will observe. Tattooing has been part of many...