Despite much at stake in the May 4 city elections, some 85 percent of registered voters likely will not show up to vote, writes Robert Rivard.
The death of cyclist Tito Bradshaw signals the need for a tectonic shift in City government and how it treats public-space safety, writes Robert Rivard.
Officials responsible for streets and public safety have been strangely silent in the wake of cyclist and pedestrian fatalities, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Santikos Entertainment must determine whether continued investment in real estate and entertainment will support John L. Santikos’ wish of generating profit for charitable use.
Critics say distributions to area nonprofits from the Santikos Charitable Foundation, managed by the San Antonio Area Foundation, have never equaled the promises made in 2015, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Marjie M. French, a vice president at UTSA, is being recruited as the next CEO of the San Antonio Area Foundation, according to sources close to the search.
Officials and business leaders should support visionary thinking rather than resting on laurels and believing we merit a “Millennial City USA” label, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
San Antonio has seen considerable progress in building a more sustainable city without harming the economy or polarizing the city. Thank CPS Energy and SAWS for that, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Flashy or modest? The conversation in Commissioners Court last week regarding San Pedro Creek sparked debate about the role politics should play in public art.
U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-San Antonio) is the author of record of a joint resolution in the U.S. House that challenges President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency.