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Editor’s notebook

The women featured in this month’s cover, starting on page 24, are great examples of what it feels like to pursue a passion and achieve success, all while showing kindness and compassion.

Characteristics

Women Shaping SA

These eight San Antonio women lead in their industries and the city at large by championing local businesses, promoting the arts, and ensuring equity in education, health care and their own neighborhoods.

By Bonny Osterhage

Come on Spurs come on!

From new players to the ins and outs of Hype Squad antics, get ready for the next NBA season with this fan guide.

By Kathleen Petty

Success plan

By meeting the needs of its students in study and in life, San Antonio College has become a role model for how community college systems can prepare cohorts for their futures.

By Claire Winesett

Private school guide

Whether the pandemic has sent your family looking for change or you are enrolling your children for the first time, use this annual guide to over 40 campuses to find the perfect fit.

Departments

In the loop

Community

The search for a pet owner to have fun with the puppies led to the creation of The Dog Guide San Antonio.

Non-profit

Honor the life of Kristine Meza while raising awareness about domestic violence during this month’s Purple Run.

Maker

Charlie Rehfeld turns vintage cigar boxes into functional guitars.

Business

How a San Antonio mom developed her own desire for a stylish changing bag into a multi-million dollar national baby brand.

Culture

Celebrate 40 years of the San Antonio Art Museum with this special exhibit.

Art

Hear from the curator behind Slowed and Throwed.

Aptitude

Training can be fun with friends and post-workout meetups by In The Loop Run Crew.

To travel

Spend the fall vacation trying to see the plethora of museums and attractions in Texas’ largest city.

Eat + Drink

To drink

Handcrafted lattes come with an artistic edge at Curator Coffee.

Eat here now

Eat local at home thanks to San Antonio’s growing number of ghost kitchens.

Projector

Celebrate Oktoberfest without leaving the city at Little Rhein Prost Haus on the River Walk.

Maker

How a family’s obsession with hot sauce turned into a fledgling business.

Guide

Coffee, mimosas, pancakes, huevos rancheros and more! These restaurants deliver when it comes to brunch in town.

Final thought

To change your business, you must first change yourself.

On the cover
Photographer Katherine Carey spent a Saturday in August photographing the eight women featured in this month’s cover.


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