outlined the case the San Antonio Missions (churches, not baseball) team needs to make for getting a much-coveted spot on the World Heritage List (and the serendipitous political timing of the push to get them there).
She also weighed Blue Star’s decision to start charging admission and the Witte’s recent ticket increase.
Gilbert Garcia explained the difference Frio County is making in Ciro Rodriguez’s primary campaign.
Randy Bear crunched recent election numbers to demonstrate that the North Side bloc isn’t as conservative as everyone assumes, which might be good news for the liberal Council members who have to absorb some of their voters in the ongoing redistricting process.
Greg Jefferson interviewed Dr. William Henrich, president of the UT Health Science Center San Antonio.
Jefferson also reported on Ken Mireles’ decision to back former HD 117 rival Tina Torres in her primary runoff against Philip Cortez.
Tom Payton argued that, intentionally or not, SA is poised to take advantage of the latest thinking in urban design and quality of life. And it's time to be bold.
Jade Esteban Estrada visited blogger and Justice of the Peace Steve Walker, who lost his post in the May primary.
Author and critic Rod Davis reviewed Gerald Duff’s Dirty Rice: A Season in the Evangeline League.
And Wolff tweeted several sessions of the Americans for the Arts conference that was in town this week. You can find her snippets and others' w/ #afta12.