After getting rained out just a few hours before showtime last month, PechaKucha 26 has been rescheduled to take place at Rosedale Park on June 21.
The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures is planning to relocate from its building in the park to make way for a mixed-use development on the property.
P3’s and the creation of the City’s Center City Housing Incentive Policy have made it easier for developers to implement projects downtown.
Complaints about local animal ordinances have sparked the City’s Animal Care Services (ACS) department to propose several rule changes.
San Antonio in recent years has begun to shed its reputation as a sleepy town by way of development projects in and around the urban core.
Festival organizers this year are bracing themselves for round two of Frida Fest, with a bigger venue and lineup of entertainment and food and art vendors.
If the effort reaches fruition, it will be the first monument in San Antonio dedicated to the city’s Canary Island history.
District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño has called accusations that he used City resources for his re-election campaign “unfounded and untrue,” adding that he and his staff “go through painstaking measures to make sure there’s an actual separation between campaign and City work.
Commissioners voted to join the City in its lawsuit against the State of Texas in an effort to stop the controversial Senate Bill 4 from going into effect.
The memorial for Sue Duffy Thursday night in King William Park strayed from the typical somber affair.