Video: LA Times Features San Antonio in ‘A Minute Away’

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The opening night of "The Saga" video art installation on San Fernando Cathedral in Main Plaza. Photo by Iris Dimmick.

The opening night of "The Saga" video art installation on San Fernando Cathedral in Main Plaza. Photo by Iris Dimmick.

The Los Angeles Times published a video from reporter and videographer Christopher Reynolds as part of its weekly “A Minute Away” series that captures “casual moments – mostly just unpeopled scenery and natural sound.” So far, Reynolds has produced more than 60 vignettes.

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While in downtown San Antonio, he captured scenes of the San Antonio River Walk, a mariachi band, the Alamo, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Stella Public House, the Menger Hotel’s bar, Esquire Tavern, “The Saga” art installation at San Fernando Cathedral, art galleries, Ocho at Hotel Havana, goods from local vendors and, of course, more River Walk. There is also an additional mini-documentary on the Alamo itself.

Granted, these are very quick looks at different cities, but do you think they missed something big in San Antonio? Where would you tell Reynolds to go if he came back into town?

Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

*Featured/top image: The opening night of “The Saga” video art installation on San Fernando Cathedral in Main Plaza. Photo by Iris Dimmick.

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2 thoughts on “Video: LA Times Features San Antonio in ‘A Minute Away’

  1. While I enjoyed the piece it would have been easy to add in some additional city character by highlighting the preserved, historic architecture of downtown and near downtown. I’m thinking, the Majestic, the Courthouse, the Menger, the tiled pillars on the Houston St. bridge, a home or two from the King William district, etc.

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