The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s first director Pedro Rodriguez is remembered as a key player in preserving and promoting Chicano arts.
The 2013 Texas poet laureate Rosemary Catacalos died Friday, leaving a lauded legacy and a new manuscript.
In addition to his work to improve the River Walk, David Straus II served on numerous civic boards and commissions.
San Antonio Report photojournalists Nick Wagner and Bria Woods documented the outpouring of grief and support in Uvalde and San Antonio.
Bob Krueger, a conservative Texas Democrat, was a politician and U.S. diplomat to two African countries.
A trusted advisor to leaders in business and politics, he served a significant role in shaping the city’s economic future.
As a radio journalist in Dallas in the 1960s, Gary DeLaune was the first to go on-air with the words, “Shots have been fired in downtown Dallas.”
Albert Bustamante fue uno de varios funcionarios electos hispanos pioneros en el sur de Texas.
Albert G. Bustamante, a trailblazing Hispanic elected official whose career was untracked by a federal bribery conviction, has died at age 86.
Charlie Cheever, who led Broadway Bank and spearheaded numerous philanthropic efforts in San Antonio, died Friday at 93.
A San Antonio man has been visiting the cemeteries for several years to maintain grave markers and share stories of the dead.
The Jo Long Theatre of the Carver Community Cultural Center is named for the noted arts advocate, who died Oct. 12 at age 71.
Former Councilman Joe Webb Sr., District 2’s longest-serving council member, died Saturday at age 86.