Jennifer Beckmann and her husband John own the Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery in Hemisfair

José is the owner and chef at Señor Veggie, a Lavaca restaurant that offers vegan cuisine.

San Antonio artist Vie Dunn-Harr is a Contemporary Realist painter who's art career spans fifty years.

Jim Feuerstein is co-editor of LNF Weekly; he also designs and manages the website.

Jane Gennarelli is co-editor of LNF Weekly. She also edits the Lavaca & Friends weekly arts and entertainment newsletter.

Kate Hernandez is a Spring 2022 Marketing Intern at Hemisfair

Tommy Newman is the owner and operator of Southtown Vinyl.

Al Rendon is a photographer who has been capturing the culture of San Antonio for decades

Voices in this issue

These are the people whose writing or artwork appears in the current issue of LNF Weekly. Click a name to read more about that person.

Janie Barrera is the founding President and Chief Executive Officer of LiftFund, a nonprofit small business champion.

Jennifer Beckmann and her husband John own the Re:Rooted 210 Urban Winery in Hemisfair

Lyn Belisle is an artist who works with clay, fiber, and paper in assemblage and collage

Carmen Cartiness Johnson is a local artist who works mostly in acrylics

José is the owner and chef at Señor Veggie, a Lavaca restaurant that offers vegan cuisine.

Nancy Diehl serves on the board and is a co-founder of the Cannoli Fund, a local non-profit that cares for dogs and cats in need of help in the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods.

San Antonio artist Vie Dunn-Harr is a Contemporary Realist painter who's art career spans fifty years.

Barbara Felix, a San Antonio native, is a multidisciplinary figurative artist.

Jim Feuerstein is co-editor of LNF Weekly; he also designs and manages the website.

Jorge Garza is a San Antonio artist working primarily in oil pastel and assemblage.

Jane Gennarelli is co-editor of LNF Weekly. She also edits the Lavaca & Friends weekly arts and entertainment newsletter.

Jacinto Guevara is a figurative plein air painter of Urban Landscapes who endeavors to locate and capture unique views.

Kate Hernandez is a Spring 2022 Marketing Intern at Hemisfair

Elizabeth is the owner and chef at Pharm Table, a Lavaca restaurant that offers plant-forward, locally sourced, globally inspired meals.

Mary Ann Matteson is a local artist who works mostly in oils and pastels.

Cindy Morawski is a San Antonio artist who works in pastels.

Tommy Newman is the owner and operator of Southtown Vinyl.

Darryl Ohlenbusch teaches architecture at UTSA and is active in neighborhood development issues.

Patricia is a photographer and the editor of our neighborhood recipes.

Al Rendon is a photographer who has been capturing the culture of San Antonio for decades

Thea Setterbo is the Director of Communications for Hemisfair

Sarah Sorensen is our district's representative on the SAISD Board of Trustees

Peter is a photographer and an officer of the San Antonio Art League and Museum

Andy Thomas is the Deputy Director of the American Volkssport Association

Dona is a watermedia fine art artist, and president of the San Antonio Art League and Museum

All our voices

These are people whose work has appeared recently in LNF Weekly or will appear soon. Click a name to read more about that person.

LNF Weekly is intended to be a place where neighbors speak to — and listen to — their neighbors. Where information important to the neighborhood is presented and discussed. The two of us who have built LNF Weekly, Jane Gennarelli and Jim Feuerstein, recognize that we don’t know everything about the neighborhood. There are people we know, organizations we know, little micro-neighborhoods we know, facts we know. But our knowledge and our viewpoints are necessarily limited. We therefore want to add more voices to LNF Weekly; people who know things we don’t know; people who have viewpoints that are different than ours. If you’d like to be one of our voices, if you know a subject or a ‘micro-neighborhood’ or have a particular expertise that you’re willing to share, let us know. Or if there’s something we should be talking about that we’re not, let us know, and maybe we can dig up a voice to speak about that topic. Meanwhile, here are our current voices. We thank them all for taking the time to talk to their neighbors through LNF Weekly.

Neighborhood voices