The Sunday drive is back thanks to coronavirus, and we suggest 7 scenic San Antonio drives to get you out of the house

By Richard A. Marini, Staff writer The pandemic has brought back plenty of simple activities that had been all but forgotten in our technology-soaked times: family board game night, voice telephone calls and the Sunday drive following a…

What lessons have San Antonio residents learned about life during the coronavirus pandemic?

By Richard A. Marini, Staff writer When those COVID-19 stay-at-home orders first came down in March, few knew what to do with all that free time they suddenly had on their hands. Some things, like stopping to talk…

Six Flags Fiesta Texas reopens with plenty of new COVID-19 precautions

By Richard A. Marini, Staff Writer For the first time in almost three months, Jill and Asher Lewis were able to take their two children on an outing away from home, spending Father’s Day at the newly reopened…

11 summer activities ranked for level of risk of coronavirus infection

By Richard A. Marini, Staff writer As Texas continues slowly reopening, it’s only natural that after being cooped up indoors for weeks and weeks, we’re all itching to get out and play. We want to eat in restaurants….

COVID-19 pandemic may silence San Antonio church, children’s and performing choirs for months

By Richard A. Marini, Staff writer To keep our community informed of the most urgent coronavirus news, our critical updates are free to read. Ongoing coverage is available to subscribers. Subscribe now for full access and to support our work. Storm clouds…

How trombonist and San Antonio native Ron Wilkins barely survived coronavirus, 32-day coma

By Richard A. Marini, Staff writer Ron Wilkins remembers little of the 32 days he spent in a medically induced coma, battling for his life against COVID-19. But he does remember LeBron James sneaking into his hospital room…