Kevin Melton for Catholic Charities

The end of summer's intense heat means it is time to start prepping for fall gardens. Squash, snap beans and cucumbers should already be in the ground, but there are still several food plants from Spinach to Swiss Chard that you can be getting ready to plant.

What should we be doing right now to prepare for these gardens?

Click here to see the fall planting guide from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.


Office of Congressman Joaquin Castro

San Antonio Congressman Joaquin Castro last month traveled to Japan to meet with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and U.S. Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy regarding Japan’s investment in the U.S., and particularly in San Antonio and Texas. 

Nathan Cone

On Thursday, September 17, Santikos Theatres introduces a new technology to San Antonio moviegoers that promises to place the viewer in the middle of the experience. It’s called Barco Escape, and it’s a little like the old Cinerama, but digitally achieved without a curved screen.

John Langmore

Lots of things going on in South Texas this weekend. We can’t take you everywhere, but we've lassoed a few for you to consider. First, let’s head downtown to the Briscoe Western Art Museum.  Photographer John Langmore talks about the exhibition of him and his father Bank’s photographs.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Tonight the John Jay High School Football team will play its first game since two football players tackled a referee last week in a match against Marble Falls.