Pat Condon, one of the founders of Rackspace, talks about Geekdom and some good spots to eat in SA (including The Monterey, Il Sogno and The Esquire).
Jamie Stolarski was born and raised in San Antonio and graduated from Robert E Lee High School. After graduation, Jamie took classes at San Antonio College (SAC) in a range of subjects including fine art and photography. While attending SAC, he began working on his skills as a visual artist in oil painting, but has […]
Mike Addkison has lived all over Texas and attended high school in Boerne. Mike went to UTSA and majored in architecture, but took a variety of classes including art and environmental science. While in college, Mike volunteered at Artpace and helped many of the resident artists with their installations. Three years ago, the studio director […]
David Rubin is the Brown Foundation Curator of Contemporary Art at the San Antonio Museum of Art. David has been in this position since 2006 and is currently the project director at SAMA’s presentation of the international exhibit The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama. Originally hailing from California, David has held numerous positions […]
This blog focuses a lot on restaurants that you can visit in the Alamo City, but sometimes it may be easy to forget that there are people in our city where finding something to eat (much less eating out) can be quite challenging. Holly Hirshberg is on a mission to end hunger through sustainable gardening […]
Ric Jimenez is the co-founder of R+R Fitness in San Antonio, an organization designed to train Average Joes to run both short and long distances. The main workouts are on Saturdays and meet at 7:00AM at Tri-Sition Area on Bitters and 1604. Additionally there are two more coached workouts in the middle of the week […]