On Tuesday, the Symphony Transformation Task Force delivered its recommendations to City and County Leadership.
Bexar County Commissioners unanimously approved a $337,500 payment to the Canary Islands Descendants Association Tuesday towards the fabrication of five bronze sculptures.
San Antonio, compared to most North American cities, is rich in layers of history, and in no place are there more layers than Alamo Plaza.
Producing for any platform is all about the quality of the storytelling and the team creating those compelling pieces of content.
The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
The three-day San Antonio visit of Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia concluded with a viewing of a new exhibition of Spanish art.
State officials and one historically minded celebrity unveiled seven bronze models of the Alamo Monday morning, which are situated on the sidewalk between the site’s long barracks and the nearby cenotaph.
Designers and officials will host the first public input meeting about the latest plans to the redevelop Alamo Plaza on Monday night, but attendees should not expect their voices to be literally heard.
Spain’s king and queen are visiting their former colonial settlement in honor of San Antonio’s Tricentennial, touring sites including Mission San José.
Following these meetings and additional ones in July, the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee may adjust its plan based on feedback.
During the mostly private itinerary for the King and Queen of Spain’s visit, public opportunities to catch a glimpse are scant.