The 27th annual Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. citywide Interfaith Worship Service was held on Sunday, January 19, 2014, at Antioch Baptist Church, and featured guest speaker Rev. Carl Rohlfs. He is District Superintendent of the San Antonio District of the United Methodist Church.
The event was part of Dreamweek, a 12-day summit "designed to promote an exchange of ideas on universal issues facing our multi-cultural communities."
As we struggle to meet water resource challenges, what is the proper role that government should play regarding land development and other traditionally unregulated issues, in order to protect stream flows and the private property rights of landowners? All are potentially impacted by water marketing and increased withdrawals from aquifers. Stay tuned for the Texas Water Symposium, presented by the Hill Country Alliance, Schreiner University, and Texas Tech University, and recorded on the campus of Schreiner University in Kerrville.
Women were the topic of this Community Conversation at St. Mary’s University as well as a majority of the attendees. The event hosted four females who have significantly impacted San Antonio in past and present:
American Surrealism differed from the movement that originated in France in the 1920s as artists reinterpreted Dalí's dreamlike imagery in the context of the Great Depression and under the influence of the American realist tradition.
Isabelle Dervaux is the Acquavella Curator of Modern and Contemporary Drawings at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York. In 2005, she organized Surrealism USA, a major survey on Surrealism in the United States.
Longtime Washington Post columnist and NPR political analyst E.J. Dionne Jr. spoke about his book, "Our Divided Political Heart," at 7 p.m. on March 19 at St. Mary’s University as part of the Lin Great Speakers Series.
Dionne spent 14 years at The New York Times covering local, state and national politics; he also served as a foreign correspondent in Paris, Rome and Beirut before joining The Washington Post in 1990. He has written his twice-weekly column for the Post since 1993.
Do we think of doctors as gods? Do they think it? If so, what does it mean when doctors fail or have an unexpected outcome? How do these expectations impact our ability as patients and their ability as doctors to deal with human error? What is the role of forgiveness in medicine for doctors and patients?
Texas Springs:Making Connections between Groundwater, Surface Water, Science and Stewardship
Removing one Cedar tree from your property can keep 40 gallons of water in the ground per day; that's 14,600 gallons per year of a resource that is becoming less and less available as much of the state continues to be in drought conditions. This statistic was read off by Dr. Tom Arsuffi at the March 8th meeting of the Texas Water Symposium entitled Texas Springs: Making Connections between Groundwater, Surface Water, Science and Stewardship at the Llano Field Campus of Texas Tech University in Junction, Texas.