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Southern Soul Blues Legend “Marvelous Mel” Commemorated with Mel Waiters Way Street in Hometown San Antonio Hundreds gathered on the Eastside of San Antonio, Texas Saturday morning for the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony of “Mel Waiters Way” the newly named street running from north to south in honor of the late hometown Blues Legend […]

If you haven’t already, take a moment and pay some R-E-S-P-E-C-T for The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin, she has died at age 76. She passed away in hospice care in her Detroit home today.  According to New York Times article posted earlier “The cause was advanced pancreatic cancer, her publicist, Gwendolyn Quinn, said.” In […]

Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman is a powerful movie based on the long history of hate and racism in America and how it can be traced down through the decades. It was not so coincidentally released in theatres today, the one-year anniversary of the Neo-Nazi, White Supremacist March in Charlottesville causing the tragic death of the peaceful […]

If you are reading this article, you’re one of the seventy five percent of of adults in San Antonio who are literate.  Sadly, approximately twenty five percent of San Antonio’s adult population reads at a 5th grade level according to the U.S. Census. Among the many challenges that permeate international conversations—poverty, human rights, and global […]

Renaissance with the Stars – Showtime at the Apollo! Please join us for a beautiful evening celebrating the rich history, heritage & contributions of Music & Dance. Similar to the popular television show, Dancing with the Stars, “STAR” business and community leaders accept the challenge to train with a professional dancer. They compete in front […]

WALK ON THE RIVER: A Black Historical Commentary of the Alamo City Today the Director, Producer, and PR head of the upcoming documentary Walk On the River stopped in for an interview on the Dr. Doug show. They talked about the history of the project and some of their favorite stories they cover in the […]

The historic race for U.S. Senate against Texas Republican incumbent Ted Cruz came to the Eastside of San Antonio as the Beto for Senate Campaign hosted a Town Hall for seniors at the Claude Black Community Center, 2915 E. Commerce St. where Congressman Beto O’Rourke opened the program just after 3:00 p.m. to a full […]

We’re continuing our celebration of African American Music Appreciation Month. Here is part two of our series on the black artists that we think defined their decade. Part II: The Hearts of Soul and R&B 1960’s: Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin is arguably one of the most successful artists in modern music history. She was the first […]

African American artists have undoubtedly contributed to music for generations. Without these great talents, music as we have known it for decades would be completely different. So, in honor of African American Music Appreciation Month, we have compiled a four-part list of black artists who we think defined music in their respective decades, from the […]

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are going to visit San Antonio from June 16th to the 18th. They are going to celebrate our Tricentennial by helping to introduce two art exhibits: “Designing America: Spain’s Imprint in the United States” and “Spain: 500 Years of Spanish Painting From the Museums of Madrid”. According to the […]


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