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“The Imposter”- Sundance Film Festival Documentary

“The Imposter”- Sundance Film Festival Documentary

    The documentary “The Imposter” showing at the Sundance Film Festival is about a 13-year-old boy named Nicholas Barclay who went missing in San Antonio, Texas in 1994, then was “discovered” years later in Spain. He was returned to the family, they believed it was him, an older, entirely…

Do Paid Advocates Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Better than Volunteers?

Do Paid Advocates Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Better than Volunteers?

Supported by a two-year, $280,000 grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, researchers J. Mitchell Miller in the UTSA College of Public Policy’s Department of Criminal Justice and Michael J. Karcher in the UTSA College of Education and Human Development’s Department of Counseling will partner with the…

SA’s MLK Parade Route

San Antonio’s and one of the nation’s largest MLK annual parades is set and ready for Monday and expected to draw more than 100,000 people. The Martin Luther King, Jr. March, will begin at 10 a.m. at the MLK Academy located in the 3500 block of MLK Drive and end…

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,…

Duncan says no one is happy with new deal

Duncan says no one is happy with new deal

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs In an article via the Associated Press, some NBA players and coaches question why both sides went into a lockout in the first place since the new Collective Bargaining Agreement looks very similar to the last CBA that caused the five month lockout. One player is…

Christmas Time in San Antonio .. 2011

What a wonderful way to kick off The Holiday with a tour of Downtown San Antonio to view all the wonderful Christmas Lights .. P.S What a wonderful Christmas song . Caroling, Caroling .. By Nat King Cole This video was made for The Springtime65 Show Saturdays 10:30 Pm on Time Warner Digital 20 and […]

TETCO Kicks Off Operation Blue Santa with $10,000 Donation: Funds will help buy toys for 12,000 underprvileged children

TETCO Kicks Off Operation Blue Santa with $10,000 Donation: Funds will help buy toys for 12,000 underprvileged children

More than 12,000 underserved children and youth, ages 3 to 12, will wake up Christmas morning to find a gift under their tree thanks in part to a $10,000 donation by TETCO and the Turner family given to SAPD Chief William McManus and coordinators of the Blue Santa Program during…

There will be a 2011-12 Spurs Season!

There will be a 2011-12 Spurs Season!

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs For basketball fans, players, and owners around the world, Christmas Day will be much brighter this year, as the NBA has announced a tentative agreement in principle on November 26, 2011. After 15-hours of negotiations that began on “Black Friday,” both sides finally came to…

Video: Thanksgiving @ La Morita Mission

Oblate Mission in La Morita, Mexico where San Antonio based missionaries help the poor and those in need. Since the 1800’s San Antonio’s Oblate Missions has supported missionary work around the world.  The Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate Lourdes’ Grotto and Guadalupe Tepeyac  are located at the grounds of Oblate Missions near Blanco and Oblate […]

Report: San Antonio to lose an estimated 90 million during lockout

Report: San Antonio to lose an estimated 90 million during lockout

The on-going NBA lockout is going to be devastating on many people outside the arenas and locker rooms. It’s a fact, NBA cities rely on revenue from NBA games. From restaurants, outside vendors, arena employees to bars, the longer the lockout rages on, more money will be lost which could…

Robinson picks up NCAA silver anniversary award

Robinson picks up NCAA silver anniversary award

By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs San Antonio Spurs great and now Spurs minority owner David Robinson hasn’t played in over eight years and he still is racking up awards for his play during his career. This latest award comes from the NCAA for “The Admiral’s” work while playing at the…

Danny Green adapting to European style of basketball

Danny Green adapting to European style of basketball

By Jeff Garcia, ProjectSpurs.com Once the NBA lockout was announced, Danny Green decided to take his talents overseas and play for KK Union Olimpija in Slovenia. And as Green waits for the lockout to be over and return stateside, (and perhaps return to the San Antonio Spurs) adapting to a…

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