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Teen volunteer at zoo a natural

August Lambrecht practically grew up at the San Antonio Zoo. Now the Alamo Heights teen is a standout volunteer and fundraiser for the organization...

Seniors in solitary

Drive-by birthday parades, mariachis in parking lots, loving gestures through windows — in the age of COVID-19, we’ve all seen heartwarming stories about reaching...

Alamo Heights High gains new principal, AD

ALAMO HEIGHTS —  Alamo Heights High School has a dynamite doubleheader – a new principal and a new athletic director/football coach. Longtime Florida teacher and administrator,...

Raising the bar at Hotel Emma

An imaginative project at Hotel Emma gave literal meaning to “raising the bar” when a converted 1967 Pearl Brewery delivery truck hoisted to the...

Art is tie that binds at Briscoe Elementary

An innovative Briscoe Elementary School art program shows COVID-19 may have temporarily shuttered classrooms, but it hasn’t stopped educators from reaching students in new...

The pandemic’s invisible victims

During the recent sunny spring weather, it was almost possible for me to forget life has changed. But then, I would see children and...

When a virus goes viral

There’s a new virus in town, one that’s going viral both on the ground and in the media. It’s two pandemics in one –...

Hormone therapy offers options

“Feel younger and happier!” “Age healthier!” “Get your energy back!” Search online for “hormone replacement” and those are just a few of the advertising claims...

Stinson trail debuts

The Stinson Hike and Bike Trail is the most recent public place to play on the South Side. Debuting last November, it begins with a...

Cultural champions

There’s something truly thrilling about watching a championship, whether it’s sports or another competition. I experienced a burst of excitement at The Gurwitz 2020 International...

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