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Video: Lakers-Spurs Highlights & Timmy-Tony-Manu: The Spurs’ Mamba Anti-Venom

“Very few mongooses, however old and wise, care to follow a cobra into its hole. You never know when the hole may open out and give the cobra room to strike.” - from “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Funny how watching the Spurs/Lakers end of season collision in the AT&T Center…

Holocaust Memorial Museum grant for local school books

Holocaust Memorial Museum grant for local school books

In support of their mission to educate students about the Holocaust, the Holocaust Memorial Museum in San Antonio was recently awarded a $4,900 grant by the Elizabeth Huth Coates Charitable Foundation. The grant will be used to purchase 100 copies of the resource book, “Our Voices, Our Lives: Twenty Holocaust…

Nominate a Woman of Distinction

Nominate a Woman of Distinction

TAMACC will recognize outstanding women who have made a difference in our community and significant contributions in their professions. There are nine award categories, listed below and also found on the website. Packages may be electronically sent, faxed, or mailed and must be received on or before April 12, 2012.…

Wild Flowers @ Mahncke Park

My Lovely Roses

My Lovely Roses have started to Bloom … My partner David is the one who planted the rose bushes all I do is water them.. I thought with the Drought we had Last year that we would lose all of our Rose Bushes ,but Thank God these Rose Bushes survived and they look GREAT ! […]

Las Comadres Mother’s Day Event

Las Comadres Mother’s Day Event

We are so excited about - Our Mothers, Ourselves – Las Comadres Mother’s Day Event and Fundraiser! Saturday, May 5, 2012 Embassy Suites North – Austin, Texas 11:30am – 2:00pm To register: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LasComadresMothersDayAustin2012 We will celebrate and honor all Mothers (this includes a relative or non-relative who is/was like a…

Idea for a Tejano Monument at the State Capitol Started at UTPA

Idea for a Tejano Monument at the State Capitol Started at UTPA

By Steve Taylor EDINBURG, March 29 – It is a little known fact but the idea to build a monument honoring the heritage and contributions of Tejanos at the Texas state Capitol in Austin was born at the University of Texas-Pan American. The historic Tejano Monument will be officially unveiled…

Seeking Director of Fellowships and Internships for the Smithsonian

Seeking Director of Fellowships and Internships for the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian Office of Fellowships and Internships (OFI) administers Institution-wide research support programs and assists other Smithsonian museums, research institutes and research offices in  the development of fellowships and scholarly appointments. The incumbent provides executive direction of OFI programs and assists other SI museums and research offices in support of…

How to make Seco de Gallina

How to make Seco de Gallina

Here is a fun video made by Chef Eloisa showing how to make seco de gallina, one of the most delicious dishes from Ecuador.…

Soda tax would likely reduce diabetes rates in San Antonio

Soda tax would likely reduce diabetes rates in San Antonio

  Baltimore, Maryland’s mayor is the latest politician to propose a soda tax — a projected 20% sales tax on sugary carbonated drinks. This news comes after last summer’s battle amongst Texas senators proposing the same tax, aimed to reduce the cost of health care in Texas. The Texas motion…

ComedySportz!

ComedySportz!

ComedySportz is fast-paced, family-friendly improvisational comedy, played as a sport. Two teams take turns making up scenes, playing games and singing songs – and the audience votes on which team they like the best. It’s all presided over by a referee, who keeps things moving, calls the ComedySportz fouls and takes suggestions shouted…

A Special Screening “Game Change”

A Special Screening “Game Change”

The Texas Tribune and Lyndon Baines Johnson Library & Museum present a special screening of Game Change, based on the bestselling book by journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. The HBO film, directed by Jay Roach, documents the Republican side of the 2008 presidential election, including the introduction of then-Gov. Sarah…

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