San Antonio found out last week that its decision to not submit a bid for Amazon HQ2 proved to be a surefire way not to make the short list of finalists.
Greg Brockhouse is a City Hall veteran, even if he is still in the first year of his first term as the elected council representative of District 6.
I can’t imagine the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts without the San Antonio Symphony and a vibrant season of orchestral programs.
The $203 million transformation of the historic Municipal Auditorium that reopened as the Tobin in 2014 was conceived and designed to be the home of this city’s performing arts organizations – the opera, ballet, the youth orchestra, and others – but the symphony is the bedrock foundation of them all.
The year’s top story in San Antonio for this journalist is an easy call: Politics.
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San Antonio is best known for the Alamo, but a deeper appreciation of its history is found by reading about the people and events that defined the city.
Volunteers prepared 3,750 pounds of ham, 300 gallons of gravy, 3,750 pounds of mashed potatoes, 3,300 pounds of green beans, and 15,000 rolls.
A jury found former school board member Olga Hernandez not guilty of taking bribes from an insurance contractor doing business with the San Antonio Independent School District, but that doesn’t mean she is innocent.
Too many events that have nothing to do with the city’s 300th anniversary are currently listed as Tricentennial activities.
The November resignations of the two high profile nonprofit leaders offer an interesting juxtaposition.