Brian Collister reported on the unraveling of Joshua Cerna's power on the Harlandale school board, and he broke the news that the DA is investigating a business set up by former BexarMet Finance Director Jesse Morin for a potential conflict of interest.
Gilbert Garcia detailed the friction between Congressmen (and GOP mates) Lamar Smith and Quico Canseco over Smith's Stop Online Piracy Act. He also wrote about the car allowance that Constable Ruben Tejeda didn't need... but took anyway.
Elaine Wolff explained how the San Antonio Opera's financial travails could mean more work for Symphony players.
Greg Jefferson reported on what it cost a company to move from the East Side to the West Side. Donations totaling $475,000 to economic development agencies.
Ben Judson wrote about our evolving take on the San Antonio River.
Jade Esteban Estrada caught up with former "Today Show" anchor Giselle Fernandez at the Hispanic Chamber's recent gala.
Jacob Muncy took the measure of young adult lit.
Top Chisme included Charles Butt hiring a management consultant to broker peace between SAISD trustees and their superintendent, former KENS anchor Vicki Buffolino clearing out for good, and Quico Canseco's response to a birther's rant.