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A Taste of San Antonio, Texas

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DID YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT SAN ANTONIO?

  1. San Antonio is the seventh-largest city in the United States of America and the second-largest city within the state of Texas, with a population of 1.4 million.

  2. The city is home to the four-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs and the annual San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, one of the largest in the country. San Antonio has a strong military presence—it is home to Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base, and Brooks City-Base, with Camp Bullis and Camp Stanley outside the city.

  3. San Antonio has a diversified economy with four primary focuses: financial services, government, health care, and tourism. Located northwest of the city center is the South Texas Medical Center, which is a conglomerate of various hospitals, clinics, and research and higher educational institutions.

  4. San Antonio is a popular tourist destination. The jewel of the city is the River Walk, which meanders through the downtown area. Lined with numerous shops, bars, and restaurants, as well as the Arneson River Theater, this attraction is transformed into an impressive festival of lights during the Christmas and New Year holiday period, and is suffused with the local sounds of folklorico and flamenco music during the summer.

  5. San Antonio falls near the western edge of the humid subtropical climate zone. Its weather is alternately dry or humid depending on prevailing winds, turning hot in the summer, warm to cool winters subject to descending northern cold fronts in the winter with cool to cold nights, and comfortably warm and rainy in the spring and fall.

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CWB Annual Back-to-School Jamboree, Another Successful Collaboration

- Story by: Burrell Parmer, Advisory Board Member -

SAN ANTONIO – The Claude W. Black Community Center Advisory Board, in cooperation with healing souls, Inc., and the Councilman’s Office of District 2, held its annual Back-to-School Jamboree at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 11.

The organizations, with assistance from community partners, corporate entities, community members and volunteers, distributed more than 700 backpacks filled with school supplies to local students.

Lawrence Tucker, advisory board president, was thankful for all the assistance.

“Without the support of community and corporate sponsors, in addition to our dedicated volunteers, this event would not have been possible,” said Tucker. “We are fortunate to be able to rally people together to provide some assistance to the children and families in the area.”

In addition to each school-age-child receiving school supplies, their families visited with more than 40 vendors which provided them with free resource information on various community, health, and financial programs.

Renalda Sledge of San Antonio was present with her granddaughter to receive a backpack.

“Events like this help parents a lot economically, because many may not be able to afford school supplies,” said Sledge. “This was awesome because it was for the kids.” Additionally, Sledge stated that the community should take advantage of opportunities which the Claude W. Black Community Center and its supporters provide.

The Office of District 2 Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw played a significant role in the success of the annual event.

“Supporting the 12th Annual Back to School Jamboree was incredibly important to us, as it’s about more than just preparing our children for the school year, but also about connecting our families to various resources and community groups,” said Shaw. “We provided and filled backpacks for students, and our District 2 Team was involved every step of the way in collaboration with the Claude W. Black Community Center Advisory Board to ensue this event was successful.”

Before being handing their backpacks, the children and their families were treated to a hotdog luncheon served by the volunteers of H-E-B and the Claude W. Black Community Center Super Seniors.

“It’s important for our community to see the true collaborative spirit of our organizations, but more importantly, we want to make sure our residents are connected to as many resources as possible,” said Shaw.

Special thanks to the following major sponsors and organizations: Office of District 2 Councilman William Shaw, H-E-B, healing souls, Inc., Amerigroup, Wells Fargo, Frost Bank, Aetna, Kiolbassa, Popeye’s Chicken, Coca-Cola Co., the RK Group, Sea World, San Antonio Code Enforcement, Noble Gentlemen of San Antonio, San Antonio Zulu Association, 19th Masonic District, Moussa Temple No. 106, RBK Architects, Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, and numerous others.

The Claude W. Black Community Center is a staple on San Antonio’s Eastside and offers programs to assist community members in need. The Back-to-School Jamboree, along with others events hosted throughout the year, is the center’s way of accomplishing its mission of enhancing life, one family at a time.

For more information on programs offered, call (210) 207-5236, or visit their Facebook page: Claude W. Black Community Center Advisory Board.

 Annual Back-to-School Jamboree
Members of the Claude W. Black Community Center Advisory Board and H-E-B volunteers during the 12th Annual Back-to-School Jamboree held at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 11. Photo by: Edward Jones

 Annual Back-to-School Jamboree
Hundreds of school-aged children received new backpacks filled with school supplies during the 12th Annual Back-to-School Jamboree held at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 11. Photo by: Burrell Parmer

 Annual Back-to-School Jamboree
A young girl awaits a backpack from a H-E-B volunteer during the 12th Annual Back-to-School Jamboree held at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 11. Photo by: Burrell Parmer

 Annual Back-to-School Jamboree
H-E-B volunteers and Super Seniors of the Claude W. Black Senior Center served hotdogs to the families attending the 12th Annual Back-to-School Jamboree held at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 11. Photo by: Burrell Parmer

 Annual Back-to-School Jamboree
Amerigroup, a major sponsor of the 12th Annual Back-to-School Jamboree, was one of 41 vendors which provided families with free resource information on various community, health, and financial programs. Photo by: Burrell Parmer



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Bethel AME, PHEN host Prostate Health Educational Symposium

- Story by: Burrell Parmer, R40 Photos -

SAN ANTONIO - (June 24, 2017) “Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men (after skin cancer), but it can often be treated successfully. If you have prostate cancer or are close to someone who does, knowing what to expect can help you cope,” American Cancer Society. To educated and spread awareness of prostate cancer, Bethel AME Church and the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) hosted a Prostate Health Educational Symposium at Bethel AME Church.

According to PHEN, the symposium was not only for educational and awareness purposes, but also to support men and their families in making informed decisions about their prostate health with their doctors.

Numerous members of the community attended the four-hour event which included lunch catered by Tony G’s Soul Food. The symposium, moderated by Army Col. Dr. Richard Williams, featured topics such as Early Detection, Screening and Treatments by Dr. Michael Liss, assistant professor, Department of Urology of the University of Texas-San Antonio, among others.

It also provided survivors the opportunity to speak about their experiences. One such survivor was Edward Jones, Chief operating officer of healing souls, inc., who was the youngest prostate cancer survivor present. “I was 32 years old in 2003 when the doctor informed me I had prostate cancer,” said Jones. “Although I was shook for a second, my next statement was, ‘What do I have to do in order to beat this?’”

Jones spoke to the audience about putting your pride aside and getting checked. “As one-in-seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, (one-in-five for men of color) we can’t afford to worry about what might change in your life,” said Jones. “The most important thing should be continuing your life by any means necessary.

Just like with most illnesses, everyone’s body reacts differently, but the one common is that if you decide to treat your prostate cancer, you increase your chances of living.” During Liss’ presentation, he stated that prostate cancer is 1.6 times more common and 2.4 times more deadly among African-American men than Caucasian men.

According to Liss, although a person’s prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels may be four and under, 15 percent of those men can still have prostate cancer. “If you are low risk, you should be screen every 2-3 years…if you are high risk, you be screened every year,” said Liss. “The point is detection early…if you catch it early in time, the more options you have for treatment.”

Prior the lunch, the audience received an inspirational message from Rev. Dr. W. Raymond Bryant, pastor of Bethel AME Church. One of the key messages of his sermon was if you assist God by having a positive mental attitude and changing your dietary and healthy habits, then you can battle a lot of the diseases that you encounter.

For more information about prostate cancer and PHEN visit www.prostatehealthed.org.

 Bethel AME PHEN host Prostate Health Educational Symposium
Edward Jones: SAN ANTONIO – (June 24, 2017) (Standing left) Edward Jones, chief operating officer of healing souls, inc., stands with others who have survived prostate cancer at the Prostate Health Educational Symposium held at Bethel AME Church. (Photo by Burrell Parmer, R40 Photos)


 Bethel AME PHEN host Prostate Health Educational Symposium
Col. Dr. Williams and Dr. Liss: SAN ANTONIO – (June 24, 2017) (Lt) Army Col. Dr. William Williams, moderator, and Dr. Michael Liss, assistant professor, Department of Urology of the University of Texas-San Antonio at the Prostate Health Educational Symposium held at Bethel AME Church. (Photo by Burrell Parmer, R40 Photos)


 Bethel AME PHEN host Prostate Health Educational Symposium
Early Detection: SAN ANTONIO – (June 24, 2017) Dr. Michael Liss, assistant professor, Department of Urology of the University of Texas-San Antonio delivers a briefing on Prostate Cancer Early Detection, Screening and Treatments at the Prostate Health Educational Symposium held at Bethel AME Church. (Photo by Burrell Parmer, R40 Photos)


 Bethel AME PHEN host Prostate Health Educational Symposium
Anthony Wilson: SAN ANTONO – (June 24, 2017) Anthony Wilson asks questions regarding to prostate cancer screening during the Prostate Health Educational Symposium hosted by Bethel AME Church and the Prostate Health Education Network at Bethel AME Church. (Photo by Burrell Parmer, R40 Photos)


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Prince Hall Shriners, Daughters award Scholarships, donate to Local Community Organizations

SAN ANTONIO – The Desert of Texas, Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine (Prince Hall Shriners) held their Public Program at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel during their annual Desert Conference and Gala Days, April 20.

The Prince Hall Shriners, in partnership with their auxiliary, the Daughters of the Imperial Court, sponsor the annual event, which serves as a venue to award monetary scholarships and donations to worthy community-based organizations in the host city.

Two high school students were the recipients of two $1,100 scholarships: Shaianne Hardy of Boerne-Samuel V. Champion High School and Celese McCord of Judson High School.

The hosts Shrine Temple, Moussa Temple No. 106, awarded two $500 scholarships in honor of Past Potentate CW Bankston to Kyra Sanders of Judson Early College Academy and Audrinque Anthony-Harris of Karen Wagner High School.

Additionally during the program, the Desert of Texas provided monetary in-kind donations to the Eastside Branch Boys & Girls Club, Sam Houston High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, the Fisher House, and to W.O.W. (Women of Worship).

The guest speaker for the event was Renee Watson, director of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Department for Bexar County who centered her remarks regarding Faith.

“Faith is a profound and challenging thing,” said Watson. “And when times are tough we have to lean upon each other.”

She also encouraged all to be part of a leadership program to hone one’s personal skills whether starting in high school and college or just giving back to the community.

Also in attendance was the District 2 City Councilman Alan Warrick II, who welcomed the Desert of Texas to the city on behalf of Mayor Ivy Taylor and County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Precinct 4, who introduced Watson.

The Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine’s (AEAONMS) purpose is to promote charity and benevolence throughout its communities. The organization has fostered the following programs: a collaborative partnership effort with the American Diabetes Association and St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital; Shriners As Mentors Program; annual educational grants for economically deprived youths; a program of financial aid to youth in their fight against drugs, crime and delinquency; support summer camps for youth; voter education and registration drives; and annual grants to the NAACP, the Legal Defense Fund, and the United Negro College Fund.

The Daughters of the Imperial Court, an auxiliary of the AEAONMS, is a charitable and benevolent organization which stresses the development of powerful leaders, encourages health awareness among youth and adults, provides services to help disabled and senior citizens and demonstrates positive influence for youth, teenage mothers, high school and college student. The Daughters of the Imperial Court also disseminates information for education opportunities and career planning to youth and young adults. Some of the specific program initiatives include: education and scholarship, book bags and schools supplies for adopted schools, volunteer activities, and annual financial donations to the United Negro College Fund, Health and Medical Research, American Cancer Society, Mental Retardation, NAACP, HIV/AIDS Awareness, and the American Diabetes Association.

For additional information about the Prince Hall Shriners, Daughters of the Imperial Court or the annual Texas Desert Conference of Gala Days, contact Noble Burrell Parmer at (210) 863-1118.

  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) District 2 City Councilman Alan Warrick II delivers an official welcome to the Desert of Texas on behalf of Mayor Ivy Taylor during a Public Program of the Texas Desert Conference and Gala Days held at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Precinct 4, introduces Renee Watson, director of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Department for Bexar County, who served as the guest speaker for the Desert of Texas Public Program held during the Texas Desert Conference and Gala Days at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) Past Potentate Burnell White Jr., Imperial Deputy of the Desert of Texas, thanks Renee Watson, director of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Department for Bexar County for serving as the guest speaker for the Desert of Texas Public Program held during the Texas Desert Conference and Gala Days at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) - Nobles and Daughters stand with Shaianne Hardy of Boerne-Samuel V. Champion High School during the Desert of Texas Public Program held at the El Tropicano. Hardy was awarded a $1,100 Scholarship from the Desert of Texas and has been accepted to attend Abilene Christian University, Arizona State University, and the University of Houston. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
(April 20, 2017) - Nobles and Daughters stand with Celese McCord of Judson High School during the Desert of Texas Public Program held at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel. McCord was awarded a $1,100 Scholarship from the Desert of Texas and will attend Sam Houston State University. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) - Nobles and Daughters stand with Kyra Sanders of Judson Early College Academy during the Desert of Texas Public Program held at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel. Sanders was awarded a $500 Scholarship from Moussa Temple No. 106 and will attend Texas A&M University. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) - Nobles and Daughters stand with Audrinque Anthony-Harris of Karen Wagner High School during the Desert of Texas Public Program held at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel. Anthony-Harris was awarded a $500 Scholarship from Moussa Temple No. 106 and will attend Angelo State University. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


  Prince Hall Shriners
SAN ANTONIO – (April 20, 2017) - Nobles and Daughters stand with Rev. Mozella Nervis of W.O.W. (Women of Worship) during the Desert of Texas Public Program held at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel. During the program, W.O.W., along with the Eastside Branch Boys & Girls Club, Sam Houston High School Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, and the Fisher House, received monetary and in-kind donations. (Photo by Noble Edward S. Jones)


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Demographics of San Antonio, Texas

By Race

White

Black

Native American

Asian

Hispanic

Total Population

68.9%

6.6%

0.6%

2.0%

61.2%

Because Hispanics could be counted in other races, the totals above could possibly be more than 100%. If you would like a detailed listing of all ethnic groups in the U.S., please Click Here.

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Businesses in San Antonio, Texas


A small percentage of the businesses listed on BlackCityInfo.com may not necessarily be black owned and operated but have received favorable reviews from users who have visited the establishment, or from the owners themselves who warmly seek out African American patronage.


BEAUTY CARE - HAIR SALONS - MULTICULTURAL

  1. African Braider -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6829 Bandera Rd - San Antonio, TX (210) 396-9609

  2. A Greater Look Barber & Beauty Salon -  Category: Barber/Salon -  124 East Wright Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78148 (210) 945-8696

  3. Ananda Beauty Supply -  Category: Beauty Supply -   9827 Potranco Center #105 San Antonio, TX 78251 (210) 789-1997

  4. Andrea's Hair Elegance -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  1424 S Ellison Dr San Antonio, TX 78245 (210) 341-4119  - (reviews)

  5. Anointed Cuts -  Category: Barber/Salon -  11495 Topperwein Rd. #2 San Antonio, TX 78233 (210) 599-9952

  6. Artistic Rootz Natural Hair Care -  Category: Black Hair Salons -   San Antonio, TX (210) 584-1798  - (visit website)

  7. Back 2 Renewal Massage & Skin Care Haven -  Category: Skin Care -  16607 Blanco Rd #12-103 San Antonio, Texas 78232 (210) 241-7039

  8. Beauty Connection -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  4407 Walzem Rd Suite 108 - San Antonio, TX (210) 590-1888

  9. Big Easy Cafe -  Category: Dining -  5170 Randolph Blvd. San Antonio, Texas 78233 (210) 653-5668

  10. Bladez N Fadez Barber Salon -  Category: Barber/Salon -  6220 Binz-Engleman Rd. San Antonio, TX 78244 (210) 662-8883

  11. Dailey Bros Barbershop #2 -  Category: Barber/Salon -  1645 Pat Booker Rd. #103 San Antonio, TX 78148

  12. D D African Hair Braiding -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  7067 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78238-1266 (210) 681-2226

  13. Exclusive Creations -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  131 S Acme Rd. - San Antonio, TX 78237 (210) 434-4521  - (reviews)

  14. Fades Unlimited -  Category: Barber/Salon -  2802 SW Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78227 (210) 670-9111

  15. Funmi Africa Hair Braiding Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  11820 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78023 (210) 396-9609

  16. Heidi & Jojo's African Hair -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  3201 Wurzbach Road, San Antonio, TX 78238-4002 (210) 521-2215

  17. Hollywood Braids -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  6060 Montgomery Road - San Antonio, TX (210) 415-7330

  18. Joyez Beauty Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons   -  Get noticed when you walk into a room by letting us handle your hairstyling. Joyez Beauty Salon is a classy, upscale Christian hair salon specializing in black hair care. -  8055 Callaghan - San Antonio, TX (866) 745-7152  - (visit website)

  19. J's Barber & Beauty Shop -  Category: Barber/Salon -  2757 East Houston Street San Antonio, TX 78202-3216 (210) 223-2122

  20. Kena African Hair Braiding -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  4555 Walzem Rd - San Antonio, TX (210) 231-0876

  21. Malaika -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  8333 Culebra Road, San Antonio, TX 78251-1646 (210) 680-7311

  22. Neema's Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  5100 Fredricksburg Road - San Antonio, TX (210) 290-9966

  23. Next Level Hair Studio -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  7654 FM 78 San Antonio, TX 78244 (210) 598-6344

  24. Nubian Stylez -  Category: Black Hair Salons   -   New boutique salon in San Antonio,TX. Catering to the busy black and muti-racial woman. Where we feel that your time is as important as your hair. Healthiy hair is our number one priorty. Shiney managable tresses is our goal for each of the clients exiting the shop. A few of our services: Weaves, Cuts, styles, color, Locs, Natural hair, lashes, and much more....   - 9650 Datapoint Dr. Suite 110 - San Antonio, TX (210) 374-6751 - (visit website)

  25. NYC State Of Mind -  Category: Black Salon and Barber  -   Salon and barber shop   - 5121 Crestway Drive Ste 513 - San Antonio, TX (281) 330-0891 - (visit website)

  26. Perfect Cuts -  Category: Barber/Salon -  1968 South W.W. White San Antonio, TX 78222 (210) 333-1860

  27. Phynal Touche -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  9150 FM 78 ST.5 - San Antonio, TX (210) 449-6848

  28. Queen Isha Braiding Weaving -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  5534 Walzem Road, San Antonio, TX (210) 650-4900

  29. Sam's Ultimate Beauty & Barber Shop -  Category: Barber/Salon -  2351 East Commerce St. San Antonio, TX 78203 (210) 229-9303

  30. Sister Sabrina Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  We are open 6Day's We sell-extensions, We color extensions, We make wigs, We install extensions  San Antonio, Texas (682) 552-2247  - (visit website)

  31. Studio 55 Hair Salon -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  Studio 55 Hair Salon is constantly and forever striving to improve the standards of both our salon and our industry. Given these high standards, we feel that we have fostered an environment that is both progressive and fashion forward.

    Your commitment to our salon is what motivates us to continue to search out rigorous service standards. Inherently, we provide you with an experience that is both confident and above and beyond your expectations.   - 20323 Huebner Rd - San Antonio, TX (210) 233-9427

  32. Styles By Kishone -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  9577 Huebner Rd. - San Antonio, TX (504) 270-3297  - (reviews)

  33. Styles By Nati -  Category: Black Hair Salons -  10919 Culebra Rd. - San Antonio, TX (210) 313-6037  - (visit website)

  34. Stylez Unlimited -  Category: Barber/Salon -  2711 Martin Luther King Dr. San Antonio, TX 78220 (210) 270-7895

  35. Talk A Da Town Barber Shop -  Category: Barber/Salon -  4800 Rigsby San Antonio, TX 78222 (210) 648-0116

  36. The Color Spot -  Category: Black Hair Salons   -   Hair weave, Hair extensions, Undetectable weaves, Invisible weaves, Malaysian flat Method, Net Method, Invisible Fusions, Micro Linking, Advanced weaving Techniques.   - 10919 Culebra Rd Suite 38 - San Antonio, TX (210) 688-7462  - (visit website)

  37. Turning Headz Barber Studio -  Category: Barber/Salon -  1019 East Carson San Antonio, TX 78208-1414 (210) 299-4788

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BLACK BUSINESSES - SERVICES - VENDORS ETC.

  1. A. Kleaning Service -  Category: Cleaning Services -  5019 El Captain Street San Antonio, TX 78233 (210) 688-4921

  2. Al's Gourmet Nuts -  Category: Food -  542 Byrnes Drive San Antonio, Texas 78209 (210) 822-9121

  3. Angela Floyd and Associates -  Category: Cleaning Services -  10396 Highway 16 South San Antonio, TX 78224 (210) 364-5510

  4. Artistic Rootz Art Gallery -  Category: Art Gallery -   San Antonio, TX (210) 584-1798  - (visit website)

  5. Artistic Rootz Publishing -  Category: Publishing -   San Antonio, TX (210) 584-1798  - (visit website)

  6. Auto Parts Experts -  Category: Auto -  San Antonio, Texas 78223 (210) 633-0366

  7. Avista Products -  Category: Advertising -  2411 NE Loop 410 #108 San Antonio, TX 78217 (210) 226-1939  - (visit website)

  8. Behind The Books, LLC -  Category: Accounting Services -  (210) 287-3424 San Antonio, TX  - (visit website)

  9. Blanche, LLC -  Category: Accounting Services -  510 E. Ramsey Suite 3 San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 408-2721

  10. Bruce's Business Services -  Category: Accounting Services -  333 South Hackberry Street San Antonio, Texas (210) 223-7742

  11. Caring Senior Service -  Category: Senior Services -  We're excited to share information with you about Caring Senior Service of San Antonio. The Caring staff of San Antonio know the importance for seniors to maintain a safe, independent life. This is why we provide GreatCare? that gives you and your loved one the control you need to live healthy, happy and at home. Please browse through our website to discover why more and more families have trusted Caring as the leader in senior home care for more than 20 years. Thank you for taking the time to consider Caring Senior Service of San Antonio.   - 8546 Broadway, Suite 250 (210) 227-9494 San Antonio, TX  - (visit website)

  12. Carrier's Carpet and Floor Care -  Category: Carpet and Floor Care -  I'm am a professional and experienced carpet cleaner that has been in business since 1992.I provide tile and grout cleaning services to residential and commercial businesses and janitorial services. We am to please our customers cause when you look good Carrier's Carpet and Floor Care looks good!   - 2650 Thousand Oaks Drive (210) 331-1163 San Antonio, TX  - (visit website)

  13. Dance Instructor - Chicago-Style Steppin' -  Category: Dance -  6390 Fairdale Drive San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 862-7987

  14. Domestic Divas LLC -  Category: Cleaning Services -  5055 Sierra Madre San Antonio, TX 78233 (210) 382-3254

  15. Jay Tex Systems -  Category: Computer Services -  E-mail inquiries: info@jaytexsystems.com (210) 451-0756 / (830) 386-4370 Toll free 1-888-JTEXSYS (583-9797) San Antonio, TX  - (visit website)

  16. Jones' Cleaning Service, LLC -  Category: Cleaning Services -  936 Poinsettia San Antonio, TX 78202 (210) 247-7836

  17. J. Prentiss Moore CPA, LLC -  Category: Accounting Services -  12702 Toepperwein Suite 201-18 San Antonio, Texas 78233 (855) 500-4CPA ext. 801

  18. KE GLOBAL LLC -  Category: Agriculture -  Solid Minerals, Oil, gas, mining, Energy and Agriculture.   - 8011 N. New Braunfels Ave Apt 128 (908) 405-8279 San Antonio, TX

  19. Ortavia Choreographer Dancer -  Category: Dance -  2034 Austin Highway San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 764-4894

  20. Out of Africa -  Category: Black Book Stores -   7900 IH 35 N. San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 599-7830

  21. Pauline & Silas Creation -  Category: Apparel -  7362 Estrid Trail San Antonio, TX 78244 (210) 777-3878

  22. Red Baklava Photography -  Category: Photography -   San Antonio, TX (210) 683-7272 - (visit website)

  23. SAGE -  Category: Economic Development -   1149 E. Commerce Suite 210 San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 248-9178

  24. S C Bookkeeping & Insurance -  Category: Bookkeeping Services -  6627 W US Highway 90 San Antonio, Texas 78227 (210) 670-1010

  25. SEW Tight -  Category: Apparel -  7543 Oriental Trail San Antonio, TX 78244 (210) 387-4956

  26. Sistas in Business -  Category: Business Training -  San Antonio, Texas 78210 (210) 836-6531  - (visit website)

  27. Suited for Service -  Category: Apparel -   Website sales affordable Men, boy's & women designer suits in a wide range of sizes. We also carry hats to match ours suits. Quality men's shoes, large selection custom made inspirational an theme T- shrits   - 12930 Park Xing Dr. 203 San Antonio, TX 210 371-7682 (210) 371-7682  - (visit website)

  28. The Sunnah The Better Islamic Gift Shop -  Category: Gifts -  a variety of international clothing all natural skin care, oils,incense african attair,islamic books &art We have islamic classes and give international fashion shows yearly, we host seris of events for the youth and more...visit us.   - 5772 Evers RD (210) 888-0140 San Antonio, TX  - (visit website)

  29. Upright Cleaning -  Category: Cleaning Services -  10027 Bermuda Palm San Antonio, TX 78245 (210) 778-2847

  30. 100 Black Men of San Antonio, Inc. -  Category: Community Service -  P. O. Box 190258 San Antonio, TX 78209  - (visit website)

  31. 2 Women Cleaning Services -  Category: Cleaning Services -  9507 Marshall Pt San Antonio, TX 78240 (210) 723-2624

  32. 24/7 Home Care, LLC -  Category: Health Care -  8627 Cinnamon Creek Dr. Bldg. 401, Suite 200 San Antonio, TX 78240 (210) 694-7916 - (visit website)

  33. 3LCO Make Ready Services -  Category: Cleaning Services -  286 Saddlebrook Dr. San Antonio, TX 78245 (210) 723-6546

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DINING - CATERING - BBQ - SOUL FOOD

  1. Big Easy Cafe -  Category: Dining -  5170 Randolph Blvd. San Antonio, Texas 78233 (210) 653-5668

  2. Bob's Smokehouse -  Category: Bar B Que -  5416 Farm to Market 78 San Antonio, TX 78219 (210) 661-4777

  3. Burton's Bar B Que -  Category: Bar B Que -  2603 E. Commerce San Antonio, TX 78203 (210) 299-3986

  4. Denea's - Renea's Catering Services -  Category: Catering -  PO Box 47081 San Antonio, Texas 78265 (210) 725-1334

  5. Dining Diva Catering -  Category: Southern -  Southern style cooking and catering for family and business events. 13511 Gaywood ST. San Antonio, TX (210) 418-4928   - (visit website)

  6. Fay Willie's Bar-B-Q -  Category: Bar-B-Q -  3420 E. Commerce St. San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 271-3996

  7. Greenwood's Bar & Grill -  Category: Bar/Grill -  301 North New Braunfels Avenue San Antonio, TX 78202-3062 (210) 224-1969

  8. Janie's Touch of Soul -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  7071 Bandera Rd - San Antonio, TX (210) 521-6888

  9. Lil Man Bar- B-Q -  Category: Bar B Que -  1808 San Angelo Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78201 (210) 341-7953

  10. Ma Harper's Creole Kitchen -  Category: Creole -  1816 N New Braunfels Ave San Antonio, TX 78208 (210) 226-2200  - (reviews)

  11. Mama Lee's Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  310 Valley Hi Drive - San Antonio, TX (210) 675-6262

  12. Mama Lee's Soul Food -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  6060 Montgomery - San Antonio, TX (210) 653-6262

  13. Mando's Mexican & Soulfood -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  3155 Ackerman Rd - San Antonio, TX (210) 310-1308

  14. Mr & Mrs G's Home Cooking -  Category: Southern/Soul -  2222 S Ww White Rd San Antonio, TX 78208 78222 (210) 359-0002  - (reviews)

  15. Mr. J's Bar B Que -  Category: Bar B Que -  1624 S. New Braunfels San Antonio, TX 78202 (210) 534-6903

  16. Nairobi Bar & Grill -  Category: Bar/Grill -  514 North Hackberry San Antonio, TX 78202-2221 (210) 222-0011

  17. New Orleans Soul Food & Cajun Restaurant -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -   San Antonio, TX (210) 946-7051

  18. Rib House Bq Restaurant -  Category: Bar B Que -  757 Old Hwy. 90W San Antonio, TX 78237 (210) 433-1916

  19. Taste of Soul -  Category: Soul Food Restaurants -  214 Broadway Street No. 408 - San Antonio, TX (210) 222-1611

  20. The Big Bib -  Category: Bar B Que -  2427 Austin Hwy San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 365-9052

  21. Willard's Jamaican Jerk BBQ -  Category: Bar B Que -  726 East Mistletoe Ave. San Antonio, TX 78212 (210) 736-5375

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CITY VIDEO CONNECTION


TAMELA MANN - San Antonio Sept. 21st 2014

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CHURCHES



  1. Antioch Missionary Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -   1001 N. Walters Street San Antonio, TX (210) 225-2452 - (visit website)

  2. Ball Taberacle A.M.E. Church -  111 Dunaff San Antonio, Texas 78219 (210) 337-6545

  3. Bethany First Baptist Church -  202 Noblewood San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 337-1750

  4. Bethany Missionary Baptist Church -  153 Lawton San Antonio, Texas 78237

  5. Bethel AME Church -  225 N Swiss, San Antonio, TX (210) 227-2696  - (visit website)

  6. Bethel International Christian Fellowship -   Since 1996 we've been Connecting, Educating, & Restoring Hope to Our Community and Beyond through the love of Jesus Christ!  8242 Vicar Dr. San Antonio, TX (210) 651-3331  - (visit website)

  7. Boyd Chapel -  502 Pecan Valley San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 333-3189

  8. Bright & Morning Star Baptist Church -  547 "K" St. San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 333-8614

  9. Butler Chapel AME Church -  3618 Howard Street, San Antonio, TX (210) 824-9262

  10. Caleb AME Zion Church -  6615 Raintree Forest San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 599-9297

  11. Calvary Baptist Church -  1719 Burleson San Antonio, Texas 78202 (210) 222-1541

  12. Canaan Missionary First Baptist Church -  1022 Rice Rd. San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 648-9199

  13. Childress Memorial C.O.G.I.C. -  901 North Pine Street San Antonio, Texas 78202 (210) 223-1262

  14. Christ Temple Church of God in Christ -  279 Tarasco Drive San Antonio, Texas 78227 (210) 670-9885

  15. Divine Purpose Church -  4845 Goldfield Ste. 110 San Antonio, Texas 78218

  16. Emmanuel AME Church -  1600 Semlinger Road, San Antonio, TX (210) 648-1217

  17. Faith Temple C.O.G.I.C. -  4801 Lakebend West Dr. San Antonio, Texas 78244 (210) 661-2315

  18. Family Life Christian Church -  Category: Black Churches -   5814 Rittiman Plaza San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 637-5673

  19. First Gethesmane Baptist Church -  643 Rice Rd. San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 337-3766

  20. Friendship Baptist Church -  935 Iowa St San Antonio, Texas 78203 (210) 533-5261

  21. Galilee Baptist Church -  1314 NW 19th St. San Antonio, Texas 78207 (210) 735-4932

  22. God's House of Restoration -  806 Sterling Dr. San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 337-4048

  23. Grace Cathedral Christian Church -  Category: Black Churches -   1001 W. Huisache Ave. San Antonio, TX (210) 320-4225

  24. Grant Memorial AME Church -  7667 Potranco Road, San Antonio, TX (210) 520-2797

  25. Greater Galilee Baptist Church -  219 Joy San Antonio, Texas 78212 (210) 826-1949

  26. Greater Joy Temple Church of God In Christ -  Category: Black Churches -   407 Laverne Street San Antonio, TX (210) 433-4695

  27. Hodges Chapel -  401 Gulf San Antonio, Texas 78202 (210) 224-0655

  28. New Birth Church of God in Christ -  479 Ferris San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 224-5176

  29. New Creation Christian Fellowship -  8700 Fourwinds Dr., San Antonio, TX 78239 (210) 646-7997  - (visit website)

  30. St. James AME Church -  402 N. Richter San Antonio, Texas 78207 (210) 225-1651

  31. St. Paul United Methodist Church -  Historic St. Paul United Methodist Church, Organized 1866, the place to be: A Welcoming, Accepting, and Caring Church. Rev. Dr. Marcus A.L. Freeman, III, Pastor   - 508 N. Center Street San Antonio, Texas (210) 227-2525   - (visit website)

  32. Saint John AME Church -  1003 Menchaca St. San Antonio, Texas 78202

  33. Saint Joseph's AME Church -  506 Motana St San Antonio, Texas 78203 (210) 226-1413

  34. Second Baptist Church -  3310 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas 78220 (210) 227-2605

  35. Second Baptist Church -  Category: Black Churches -   307 Pearl Parkway San Antonio, TX 78215 (210) 284-4215

  36. Sherman Chapel AME Church -  603 Erline Ave. San Antonio, Texas 78237 (210) 433-3500

  37. Tabernacle of Prayer -  111 Imperial Blvd. San Antonio, Texas 78226 (210) 333-0900

  38. Walker Temple AME Church -  12114 El Sendero Street, San Antonio, TX (210) 646-0103

  39. Wayfaring Church of God in Christ -  708 Micklejohn San Antonio, Texas 78207 (210) 734-2710

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ENTERTAINMENT



  1. Bogey's Club -  Category: Nightclub - Slightly older crowd -  6109 Callaghan Rd., San Antonio TX - (210) 509-6000

  2. Chango's Havana Club -  Category: Nightclub - Jazz, Latin Pop, R&B -   23535 I-10 West, San Antonio, TX 78257 (210) 698-8922  - (visit website)

  3. Club Antro -  Category: Nightclub - Famous DJ's make visits - Crowd mostly in their 20's hitting the dance floor, good light show -  7959 Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio TX - (210) 949-5131

  4. Club NV -  Category: Nightclub - 2 levels, 2 different bars, hip hop, reggae -  7460 Callaghan Rd., San Antonio TX - (210) 524-0141

  5. Club Rio -  Category: Nightclub - mostly under 30 crowd - house, hip hop music -  13307-A San Pedro Ave., San Antonio TX - (210) 403-2582

  6. Club Rive -  Category: Nightclub - On the River walk, hip hop & music videos and more to choose from -  245 E. Commerce St., San Antonio TX - (210) 222-4700

  7. Dick's Last Resort -  Category: Nightclub - Blues, Pop, R&B, Rock -   406 Navarro Street, Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 224-0026  - (visit website)

  8. Greenwood's Bar & Grill -  Category: Bar/Grill -  301 North New Braunfels Avenue San Antonio, TX 78202-3062 (210) 224-1969

  9. Joe's Volcano -  Category: Nightclub - Multi-level dance floor - hip-hop, reggae, and R&B -  6844 Ingram Rd., San Antonio TX - (210) 680-7225

  10. Lila Cockrell Theatre -  Category: Classical, Jazz, R&B -   2200 East Market, San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 207-8500  - (visit website)

  11. Midtown Cocktails -  Category: Nightclub, Jazz, R&B, and Blues -   2014 East Houston San Antonio, TX   - (visit website)

  12. Nairobi Bar & Grill -  Category: Bar/Grill -  514 North Hackberry San Antonio, TX 78202-2221 (210) 222-0011

  13. Ol' School Night of Comedy and Entertainment -  Category: Comedy -   314 Eross Street, San Antonio, TX 78202 (210) 212-2286

  14. Santa's Place -  Category: Bar -  417 Spriggsdale Avenue San Antonio, TX 78220 (210) 223-6884

  15. Snoops Tavern -  Category: Bar/Club -  422 Edna San Antonio, TX 78220

  16. Sunset Station -  Category: Nightclub - R&B, Rock -   1174 East Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 222-9481 or (210) 669-6192  - (visit website)

  17. The Studio -  Category: Live Jazz and R&B -  9323 Perrin Beitel San Antonio, TX 78218 (210) 650-5858   - (visit website)

  18. Triple Crown -  Category: Nightclub - Country, Rap/Hip Hop, Rock -   206 North Edward Gary Street, San Marcos, TX 78666 (512) 396-2236  - (visit website)

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ANNUAL EVENTS



  1. Annual SAABJ Scholarship Contest
      (Jan)    P.O. Box 2171 San Antonio, Texas, 78297 Contact Info: Lisa Harrison Rivas (210) 250-3193 -  (visit website)

    San Antonio Association of Black Journalists Annual Scholarship Contest. Prize 2 $500 scholarships.


  2. Second Baptist Annual Christmas Celebration
      (December)

    307 Pearl Parkway San Antonio, Texas, 78215 (210) 284-4215


  3. The Texas Folklife Festival
      (June - 3 days)    Located on the grounds of the Institute of Texan Cultures on the UTSA HemisFair Park Campus.- (visit website)

    More than 40 different cultural groups in Texas are represented at the festival.


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