23,040 LED lights now adorn the ceiling of the Weston Centre’s River Walk entrance.
BiblioTech West, also known as the Dr. Ricardo Romo Branch of the all-digital library system, will celebrate its one-year anniversary with a ComicCon on Saturday, Aug.
San Antonio’s new river barge is already making waves, but it’s more quiet, sustainable, wheelchair accessible, and versatile than its predecessor.
On Tuesday, Aug.
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller is inviting San Antonio’s youth to join him on a pilgrimage from Mission Concepción to Mission San José Saturday morning for World Youth Day.
Instead of a ceremonial ribbon, Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) cut a strip of toilet paper to officially open the first 24-hour, standalone public restroom Thursday morning in downtown San Antonio.
The 18-foot-long stainless steel abode is located on South Alamo Street between Commerce and Market – one of downtown’s busiest intersections.
Downtown San Antonio’s first 24-hour public restroom will officially open for business on Thursday after a press conference at 10:30 a.m. on South Alamo Street between West Market and East Commerce streets, according to Kelly Kapaun, public relations manager for the City’s Center City Development and Operations Department (CCDO).
Yanaguana Garden has already hosted dozens of free community events since it opened last year.
The 22nd annual San Antonio Film Festival kicked off Monday night at the Pearl Stable.
Registration is now open for the narrated World Heritage “Tour de las Misiones” Social Bike Ride on Saturday, Sept.