The Alamo Master Plan Committee should bring a simplified proposal to City Council for approval on May 11.
Can you imagine losing your sight and trying to get to work by navigating bus routes, busy San Antonio roads, and obstacles on the sidewalks?
When I arrived at Brackenridge High School to meet up with the rest of the Rivard Report staff for the start of the King William Parade, I didn’t know what to expect.
The Alamo needs to remain free – free to all the public, at all hours of the day and night, for all purposes.
Landscape architects play a large role in shaping the future of our city.
Nettie Hinton and I have been allies for 15 years.
The Alamo Master Plan will finally create a respectful environment for an American icon while creating civic spaces worthy of a great city.
What the new “Reimagine the Alamo” master plan fails to recognize is the 150 years of history after the Alamo and what this history has meant to our city over time.
The arts are emphatically connecting people of all ages, class, and race in surprising ways, but with the resolve to celebrate our humanity.
This spring semester the graduate students at OLLU had the opportunity to work with acclaimed visiting writer Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, author of Barefoot Dogs.