UTSA acquires Diana Kennedy’s collection of books on Mexican culinary tradition and notes on her travels throughout Mexico for their Special Collections.
Jeanie Wyatt, a pioneer and national force in the banking and investment industry, died at age 65 after a battle with a rare form of appendix cancer.
The Brackenridge Park Conservancy will honor Central Park Conservancy founder Elizabeth “Betsy” Barlow Rogers on March 27.
The Monte Vista boutique Kathleen Sommers will close permanently Saturday, Feb. 23, with a casual party featuring a champagne toast to its late owner.
Whether catering to locals or visitors, San Antonio offers myriad options for staycations for those willing to pay for premium perks – such as a luxuy bathtub.
One Minute to Midnight began in the early 1980s as a loose improvisation of friends who met while volunteering at KRTU-FM, Trinity University’s jazz radio station.
Tracy and Nelson Wolff hold each other’s concerns for San Antonio and the county in common, sometimes influencing the other’s ideas.
An outpouring from store patrons and suppliers has led Sommers’ family to realize the store’s vibe and tribe are irreplaceable and must continue.
An exhibition of World War I propaganda prints from the San Antonio Public Library’s Texana Collection is completing a European tour.
Kathleen Sommers owned a Monte Vista boutique of the same name and was one of San Antonio’s best-loved fashion designers.