By Melinda Myers
Too much or not enough water and never when you need it seems to be a common lament of gardeners. Reduce the impact of these weather challenges while conserving water, saving... More ›
Wilson County Retired School Personnel (WCRSP) delivered children’s books to 27 third-grade teachers this past spring. A total of 594 books were given to five elementary campuses in all four... More ›
The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church will celebrate a special Mass honoring Jubilarians on Sunday, Oct. 30, at 11:30 a.m. in the church at 14011 F.M. 1346 in St. Hedwig.
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Weekends or weeknights, it’s always time to boot-scoot or shuffle to the Martinez Social Club Dancehall and enjoy its full lineup of country music entertainers. The club is located at 7791 F.M. 1346 in San Antonio.
On Sundays, dances will be... More ›
Enjoy time with family and friends at the Kosciusko Picnic at St. Ann’s Catholic Church on Sunday, Aug. 7, on the church grounds on F.M. 541 East in Kosciusko. Grounds will open at 11 a.m.
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Country traditionalist Moe Bandy, known for dozens of chart-toppers like “I Cheated Me Right Out of Her,” “Bandy the Rodeo Clown,” and “Americana,” will release “Lucky Me” on Friday, July 29, his first studio album in 10 years, featuring memorable... More ›
Andrew S. Morehous of Floresville has graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in management with a concentration in supply chain from Texas A&M University-San Antonio during its... More ›
Hear five classical concerts at the Mozart Festival Texas 2016 Friday through Sunday, July 29-31, and Friday and Saturday, Aug. 5-6, in the University of the Incarnate Word Concert Hall in San Antonio.
Mozart Festival Texas features chamber... More ›
For many travelers, the chance to visit new places isn’t complete without a taste of the local cuisine.
If you can’t hit the road to taste your way around Texas, you can still savor the flavors... More ›
A New York Times opinion writer got off to a wrong start with senior citizens when he kicked off his column on aging with a litany of the afflictions we face as we grow older, reported the Association of Mature American Citizens.
“You are milling... More ›
The mating of the cell phone and the digital camera sparked a craze as users by the millions started taking pictures of themselves all over the world. But taking “selfies,” as they are called, can be dangerous.
Posing for these modern-day self-portraits... More ›
Q: My grandmother was raised in Weymouth, Massachusetts. In 1909, when she got married, she received three vases crafted by William Henry Grueby, a Boston potter. Although I am not all that familiar with pottery from this period, I think all three... More ›
I wrote a poem (rap) years ago when “Dr. Death” was frequently in the news. In view of what is going on in our country, I have changed or added some parts to the original version, while keeping some of the words, which still resonate today.
Well,... More ›
Join the San Antonio Astronomical Association for an evening of planetary and deep-sky viewing at Garner State Park on Saturday, July 30, from 8:30-10:30 p.m.
Take a lawn chair and sit back... More ›
Skilled woodworkers from across Texas are invited to apply to exhibit their best work at the 17th annual Texas Furniture Makers’ Show presented by Woodcraft and staged at Kerr Arts & Cultural Center in Kerrville from Oct. 27 through Dec. 2.
Application... More ›