San Antonio will get its first Royal Blue Grocery at the corner of Houston and Soledad streets on the ground level of the historic Savoy Building.
The last Quarry Farmers & Ranchers Market will be held Sunday, Dec.
Let’s pretend you’re teleported from some other place directly to the heart of downtown San Antonio.
The word “urban” typically brings up visuals of high-rise buildings, traffic and fast-paced lunch breaks – not a spring morning spent harvesting tomatoes from a garden. But “urban gardening,” a growing trend across the country is, perhaps, changing the scope of what “urban” really means.
Many people who engage and contribute to The Rivard Report are striving to make San Antonio a more diverse, appealing place for the creative class and young professionals.