Seven presenters took the stage at Trinity University’s Laurie Auditorium Tuesday night for 2017’s last installation of PechaKucha San Antonio.
There’s no saying what the presenters at PechaKucha Vol. 28 on Tuesday, Dec. 5 will talk about – but there’s one way to find out.
Entering the 1930s house on East Grayson Street in Government Hill feels more like stepping into a 1960s living room than a bar.
Increased investment in District 2 is good, but it comes with unintended consequences, Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw said.
Texas and San Antonio have been the site of mass killings, including the ambush shooting that killed five Dallas police officers in July 2016.
A delegation of SA’s political, business, education, and cultural leaders will travel to Darmstadt, Germany, to sign the city’s 11th Sister Cities agreement.
Citizens of Bexar County can vote early in one of 33 locations until Friday, Nov. 3.
The lawmakers covered a range of topics, but residents who raised questions focused primarily on local development and the state school financing system.
Geekdom Chair Lorenzo Gomez’s book The Cilantro Diaries went on sale on Amazon last Monday, and in one short week earned several honors.
A newly-formed group of San Antonio investors, music industry veterans, and cultural partners will stage a two-day music festival in 2018.