AccessAbility Fest, a day-long event that aims to unite people with disabilities and their families to learn about disability resources in San Antonio, will take over Market Square on Sunday, Nov.
Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph hasn’t hosted an air show since 2011, but on Saturday and Sunday the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will fly over the heads of attendees for about an hour each day.
Texas seems to be going back in time to its frontier days with the open carry and campus laws that will allow licensed individuals to carry concealed handguns on college campuses, and in visible belt or shoulder holsters in the public at large.
Students attending University of the Incarnate Word said the campus was on “lockdown” Tuesday evening after receiving reports of a man carrying a rifle on campus grounds.
With World Heritage inscription ceremonies completed, City Councilmember Rebecca Viagran (D3) has organized and will host a World Heritage Symposium on Saturday to explore how the designation will guide San Antonio’s future preservation and presentation of the Alamo, the four Missions, and Rancho de las Cabras.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff painted a bright future during his State of the County speech on Tuesday (which also happened to be his 75th birthday), but not without noting the major projects already underway and challenges that lie ahead.
The San Antonio Conservation Society is soliciting nominations of individuals or groups that have completed a residential or non-residential restoration project between Nov.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo delivered an unusually blunt and strange lecture to Weston Urban CEO Randy Smith in open court this week: Don’t criticize the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project design via the Rivard Report or other local media.
Belgian Artist Arne Quinze has the hair that so many great artists seem to have.
Fall is here.