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Una Presentación de Tres Obras

Una Presentación de Tres Obras

Estimados amigos: La UNAM de San Antonio, los invita cordialmente  a este importante evento cultural que tendrá lugar en el auditorio de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) en San Antonio, el día 19 de enero de 2012. La Dra. Florence Byham Weinberg, autora de siete novelas históricas y…

Texas Keeps Close Eye on Mexico’s Presidential Race- Texas Tribune

Texas Keeps Close Eye on Mexico’s Presidential Race- Texas Tribune

Julian Aguilar, The Texas Tribune Texas economists are confident that the financial upheavals long associated with Mexican elections are a thing of the past. Still, they are closely watching what this summer’s presidential contest means for the peso and, in turn, Texas’ symbiotic business ties to Mexico. Texas politicians are…

The Unveiling of Our Tejano Monument

The Unveiling of Our Tejano Monument

The Tejano Genealogy Society of Austin in conjunction with the Tejano Monument Committee will have a three day ceremony in the State Capital Building in Austin.   Thursday March 29, 10 am the official unveiling. Free event.   Friday March 30, 9am-3pm at the State Capital Historical sessions by scholars…

Video: Project Spurs round table: Winning without Manu

Source: ProjectSpurs.com “When San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili fractured his hand and will be out of commission for 6-8 weeks, many fans felt this was the death-blow to San Antonio’s chances at maintaining their winning ways or worst yet, a blow to another march to their fifth NBA title. However,…

San Antonio 5th Drunkest City

San Antonio 5th Drunkest City

An average 14.2 drinks per person, per month make San Antonio the fifth drunkest city in the country according to The Daily Beast.  Austin follows in seventh place, and Houston come up in the 25th spot.  To compile the list, The Daily Beast analyzed data from more than 200 cities…

This Week in Texas!

This Week in Texas!

TribWeek: Top Texas News for the Week of 1/2/12 by Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Gov. Rick Perry said he would head home for some “prayer and reflection” after his fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses and that he would decide whether to continue his presidential campaign over the next…