Westside neighbors celebrated the opening of the Apache Creek Linear Trail Saturday morning as locals walked and rode bikes along the newly paved trail.
City officials celebrated the grand opening of the Alazán Creek Linear Trail Saturday morning as children rode bikes, neighbors walked their dogs, and joggers passed by on the new trail.
On Saturday morning, the residents of Dignowity Hill came together at Lockwood Park to shoot, dribble and dunk during the first Summer 3 on 3 Throwdown tournament, hosted by The Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association (DHNA).
Summer is reaching it’s end, and the city is preparing for the cooler seasons with a slew of ballet, opera and theatrical performances.
Often, opera comes off as a very unapproachable genre to sit through.
Art informs, inspires and transforms people and always has served as a powerful bridge to unite people.
Located on the Eastside of San Antonio, The Carver Community Cultural Center is a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary performing/visual arts center that offers artistic presentations and outreach programs to the community.
Hispanic: the word implies much more than a race.
“Whatever I do, I do it with a passion.”
Those are the words of Lionel Sosa, a San Antonio Westside native and one who went on to accomplish tremendous achievements.
Two broken ribs and a hip aren’t enough too keep Flaco Jiménez, 76, off the stage.