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Nearing, or In Retirement

Location, location, location San Antonio and its surrounding communities offer the best of all possible worlds: cultural offerings, tourist attractions and all the golf you can shake...

San Antonio Health Care – Simply the Best

New arrivals to San Antonio can find some of the best health care in the world at their fingertips. This international and historic city is home...

Education in Our Midst for 2020

Democracy requires an educated populace. The San Antonio metro area’s public schools meet this goal quite well. But parents will also find excellent private institutions that reinforce...

San Antonio Presents a Dynamic Setting for Business and Industry

Those relocating to San Antonio to seek employment will be pleased to know that San Antonio has blossomed over the last 20 years into a dynamic,...

So You Sing in the Shower

By Larry Higgins Well, I know a bunch of guys who can shower-sing and they are pretty good at it. They’re called “Friends in Harmony.” We are...

Imagining the Look of a Subdivision While Standing Outside

In a city with a population hovering around 1½ million, in an area approximately 550 square miles, it shouldn’t be a surprise there are over 3,000...

Living Downtown in San Antonio

For years, San Antonio had been notoriously short on the side of apartments and condominiums in the downtown area. In fact, as far back as I...

It’s Difficult Being a One-Dimensional Person

It’s more and more difficult nowadays to be a one-dimensional person in this multi-dimensional world in which we live. Whether we like it or not, we...

Getting to Know Your City

By Jim LaVilla-Havelin You’re relocating to San Antonio. Welcome! You have some time to yourself before you get on a plane and head back to wherever...

A Broad Base of Religion

By Catherine Hudgins Metropolitan San Antonio encompasses some of the oldest European settlements in America. Beginning in 1718, with the establishment of a military garrison, or presidio,...

Welcome to Metro San Antonio Living

You’ll find information supporting the “climate” of this multi-cultural metropolitan area. San Antonio is home to the two most popular Texas attractions, the Alamo and the RiverWalk, also the NBA champion Spurs, performing arts including the San Antonio Symphony, Opera and Ballet. And visual arts anchored by local live...