Historic Hispanic Texas churches persevere and adapt

Historic Hispanic Texas churches persevere and adapt

Isa Torres | Hispanic Beat Reporter – BaptistStandard.com – Courtesy Photo. Alicia Laurel and children from her class pose in front of the first brick building constructed by Primera Iglesia Bautista in Laredo. The church traces its beginning to 1883....
Mexican American Student Association (MASA)

Mexican American Student Association (MASA)

By Jocelyn Medina – LakeFrontOLLU.com – Photo Not Credited. Photo: Students at Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) can join the Mexican American Student Association also known as MASA. San Antonio, Texas – MASA is a diverse association here at OLLU that...
Legendary San Antonio Saxophonist Spot Barnett Has Died

Legendary San Antonio Saxophonist Spot Barnett Has Died

Posted By Chris Conde – SACurrent.com – Photo: Josh Huskin. Photo: Vernon “Spot” Barnett San Antonio music legend Vernon “Spot” Barnett died in his East Side home. In the ’50s and ’60s, the saxophonist led the 20th Century...
Día de los Muertos’ appropriation is on global scale

Día de los Muertos’ appropriation is on global scale

By Elaine Ayala – ExpressNews.com – Photo: Matthew Busch | The San Antonio Express-News. Photo: This altar for Emma Tenayuca was created by artist Regina Moya for the annual Dia de los Muertos festival at the Pearl on Friday, November 2, 2018. Emma...