Commentary: When today’s immigrants face the same hardships that immigrants experienced in the past, have we, as a country, learned anything?
Common themes in the 2017 City bond process included connectivity, leveraging existing resources, and capitalizing on our history and culture.
Several days ago, a commentary appeared in the Rivard Report that posed and attempted to answer the question, “What defines the San Antonio brand?” It is a great question.
Downtowns and regional centers across America offer valuable lessons and perspectives on investment and revitalization in the core.
Beginning with early voting and continuing through the May 9 election date, San Antonio’s registered voters will cast votes that will have an impact on our city.
From my second story office at Houston Street and Broadway, I can hear the noise of jackhammers coming from across the street as the foundation for the new Hilton Garden Inn begins to take shape.
More than sixty years ago, the San Antonio City Council, encouraged by politicians and “The South Siders” citizens group, voted to open South Main Avenue through the Arsenal to relieve traffic congestion in the area.