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Dia De Los Muertos

Day of the Dead is a family holiday celebrated in Mexico and Latin America during the days of November 1 2. It’s believed that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families…

Hibbert to continue training with Duncan

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs As the NBA lockout continues to drag on, many players are doing what they can to train and stay in semi-game condition without risking the chance of injury by joining a basketball league. One such player is Indiana Pacers’ Roy Hibbert who recently trained with San…

Tony Parker nets 18 points in ASVEL loss

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker and ASVEL-Villeurbanne suffered a 72-69 loss to Gravelines-Dunkerque. It was Parker’s first loss as a member of ASVEL after leading the team to a win in his debut. It was a tight game throughout but costly turnovers by ASVEL early…

Bowen elected into San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame

By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs One of the men that will be inducted into the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame early next year is a no-brainer for San Antonio Spurs fans. Bruce Bowen is a big reason why the Spurs won three NBA championships in the last decade. Since he…

Spurs: Jefferson Spotlight

By David Theissen, Staff Writer Project Spurs In every teams existence there are moments that define the direction the team will head, a make-or-break point if you will. They come at pivotal moments in a franchises history. The Spurs had one of these pivotal moments this summer. After losing to…

Tourism in Mexico Drowning with Drug War Violence

Tourism in Mexico Drowning with Drug War Violence

With a recent spike in violence due to drug wars, American tourists are having to think twice about traveling across the border for their Holiday vacations this year. I traveled to Cancun to get the scoop. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILd-H9rL14A…

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