San Antonio Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.

Denicio Rodriguez created this grotto on the grounds of the Moye Retreat Center in Castroville.
Faux bois artist Dionicio Rodríguez’s grotto on the grounds of the Moye Retreat Center in Castroville might get a Medina County historical plaque next year. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden discusses cancer health disparities in the Latino community with cancer researchers and advocates as part of the Biden-Harris administration's Cancer Moonshot initiative at the Mays Cancer Center Wednesday February 23, 2022.
First lady Jill Biden discusses cancer health disparities in the Latino community Wednesday at the Mays Cancer Center as part of the White House’s relaunched Cancer Moonshot initiative. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Mixtli chef and co-founder Diego Galicia prepares food during dinner at his restaurant on Wednesday.
Mixtli chef and co-founder Diego Galicia prepares food Wednesday at his restaurant. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
San Antonio firefighters work a structure fire at 503 Urban Loop early Thursday morning.
San Antonio firefighters work a structure fire at 503 Urban Loop early Thursday. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
A 1940s residence in Terrell Hills is ready for demolition, but before that work begins, Kirt Haeberlin shops for parts of the home he wants to salvage for Picker’s Paradise on Thursday. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Riti Sharan works as a staff scientist at Texas Biomedical Research Institute.
Riti Sharan works as a staff scientist at Texas Biomedical Research Institute. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Michael Nentwich, president of Bexar Branches Alliance, instructs volunteers on the proper method to plant pecan trees at the new “food forest” at Padre Park on Saturday.
Michael Nentwich, president of Bexar Branches Alliance, instructs volunteers on the proper method to plant pecan trees Saturday at the new “food forest” at Padre Park. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Customers pack inside Laika, a Ukrainian-owned cheesecake and espresso business, on Saturday. Workers said they sold out less than five hours after opening, selling 1,400 single-serve cheesecake jars and 288 slices of cheesecake. The shop is donating all proceeds from this weekend’s sales to Ukrainian humanitarian and military groups.
Customers pack Laika, a Ukrainian-owned cheesecake and espresso business, on Saturday. The shop is donating all proceeds from the weekend’s sales to Ukrainian humanitarian and military groups, and workers said they sold all 1,400 single-serve cheesecake jars and 288 slices of cheesecake within five hours Saturday. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Bria Woods, San Antonio Report contributor

Bria Woods

Bria Woods the Raba Family Foundation Next Generation Fellow- Multimedia Journalist at the SA Report. Bria holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Trinity University and a master's in multimedia...