The 75th annual Texas Cavaliers River Parade entertained thousands of spectators, and the Cavaliers’ foundation raised $1.5 million for children’s causes.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
San Antonio’s Muslim community came together Saturday for a vigil in the wake of deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand this month.
Living at Ventura Hills are about 50 residents and an equal number of staff aiming to make the seniors’ time there as active as age and wellness allow.
Kimble Cattle Co. has been bringing its longhorns to the kickoff event for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo for six years.
H-E-B hosted its 26th annual Feast of Sharing on Saturday, opening two convention center exhibit halls to anyone who wanted a hot holiday meal.
As shoppers drifted between art galleries and cafes in downtown La Villita on Saturday, men dressed in in hats and coats from the 19thcentury hid behind walls and pillars, staring down their rifles at others dressed as soldiers in the Mexican army.
This year’s convention runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, and focuses on all things anime and “anime-adjacent,” including video games, horror, and sci-fi.
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.
On Saturday, the “Pride Bigger Than Texas” parade marched down the LGBTQIA-friendly “Main Strip” toward the city’s new rainbow crosswalks.