Voting for the three ballot proposition would allow the citizens of San Antonio to neutralize the special interests that have run city government for decades.
Local business owners, artists, and advocates will be collecting donations to benefit the Standing Rock Sioux tribe affected by the ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline dispute.
On a night that would ultimately end in the sobering news of David Bowie’s unfortunate death, Madonna delivered a spectacular performance with elaborate set and costume designs.
The election ended, but it’s not over yet: now the runoff has begun.
“Years from now, when hundreds of thousands of people are at Maverick Music Festival, remember that you were here today.”
Last Thursday marked a significant milestone in San Antonio governance.
One of the biggest challenges facing promoters, event organizers, and event attendees in San Antonio has been the geographical expanse of the city itself. Our city consists of many contiguous sub-communities: pockets of small towns essentially situated next to each other throughout 407 square miles. This has posed quite the conundrum for promoters in San Antonio: how does one reach these disparate pockets of people in San Antonio from city center to 1604?
For the past year, much discussion has ensued regarding the VIA Transit Board of Trustees’s funding of the so-called streetcar project.
After spending the last several years on the road touring – working as a band manager, attorney, publishing administrator, and tour manager – I returned to my hometown San Antonio to focus on creating new events here.