"We learn new things every time we come here," says Donelle Tedder, student of the Culinary Health Education for Families (CHEF) Teaching Kitchen at The Children's Hospital of San Antonio. "Yeah, the best thing I could cook before was cereal," jokes her sister Dalia.
On May 5th, our city’s 300th Anniversary, the San Pedro Creek Culture Park will open. It holds the memories, cultures, and dreams of three centuries of San Antonians and those of the indigenous peoples before the city was founded. It will be for future generations to decide what the next three hundred years mean for the Creek and for our city.
"It's the best way to experience the true nature of San Antonio," says Jeffrey Moore, founder of SATX Social Ride. The group has grown from a handful of his friends to regularly attracting a few hundred people to its Tuesday bike rides.
Long before the 2015 designation of San Antonio’s Missions as UNESCO World Heritage sites, a small, tenacious band of women made up one of the groups that helped ensure their survival.
"This one's for my man with the red tie!" exclaimed David, doing what he's always done when interacting with a crowd. But Real Mus-IQ had never performed like this before. It was their first stage gig. It was at the Empire Theatre… during DreamWeek… for the Mayor's Ball no less. With Mayor Ron Nirenberg (a.k.a the man with the red tie) in attendance.
“When it comes to downtown and skateboarding, I’ve been doing it since I was twelve.”
"You're showcasing someone else's music," she says of the DJ craft, "You're curating something for someone. You're creating an experience."