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Amy Stone Sheds Light on the Bizarre History of Cornyation

Amy Stone Sheds Light on the Bizarre History of Cornyation

Originally published in the San Antonio Current. For many San Antonians, Fiesta is simply something that “happens” each year — a sprawling, expensive, messy celebration that lures tourists into downtown, dumps confetti all over the place and inspires folks to get dolled up in candy-colored garb to gawk at bedazzled “royalty” passing by on parade

SA Public Library Sponsors Pride Events

The San Antonio Public Library released a list of events it is sponsoring in observance of Pride Month. This is the sixth year the library has presented such a series. A statement on the library’s web site explains the aim of the month-long observance: June is Pride month, a time set aside to celebrate the

Trinity Professor is Finalist for Lambda Literary Award

An associate professor at Trinity University in San Antonio has been chosen as a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award. Amy L. Stone, associate professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity University and her collaborator, Jaime Cantrell, a visiting assistant professor of English at the University of Mississippi, were chosen as finalists for their book,