Last week San Antonio showed us two worlds – one where leaders showed up to lead, and one where a pretender went absent and showed us an alternative.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants to move slowly on a final decision on the future design of Alamo Plaza, but delaying is a mistake.
Disruption signals the arrival of something new, that often lays bare previously ignored issues that are the real problem.
San Antonio risks looking like a city where every effort to build and better it is opposed, delayed, or even blocked by a handful of loud protesters.
It’s a felony to buy votes in Texas, but there’s a loophole – buy petition signatures instead of votes and hope for a winning outcome at the polls.
On Aug. 15, the day of the annual solar double illumination, a setting sun in the west casts rays of light through two glass openings.
Tom Frost died Friday at the age of 90, the fourth generation Frost to bear the name and mantle of civic and business leadership in the city and state.
The biggest issue facing San Antonio’s citizens is protecting our system of municipal government from a union hijacking.
San Antonio’s sharing economy just took a zippy step forward with the arrival of hundreds more dockless electric scooters on downtown streets.
One guiding principle I would add for the Alamo Master Plan: the status quo is unacceptable.