With snow falling across San Antonio on Thursday evening, it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in South Texas.
More than 22,000 runners took to the slick streets of downtown San Antonio Sunday during the 10th annual Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon.
Hundreds of San Antonians arrived to La Villita donning colorful costumes, dresses, calavera masks, and intricate face paint in honor of Día de los Muertos.
The fire started around 11:45 a.m. somewhere between Tony Roma’s and Luciano restaurants, according to the San Antonio Fire Department.
A staple since the beginning of the year, the free event takes place every last Sunday of the month.
The city is a case study in how to win at conserving and honoring heritage while embracing the future.
For the first time in Texas Cavaliers River Parade history, a handful of participants had a shiny and eco-friendly new ride to wave to the crowd from.
Teams representing King Antonio and El Rey Feo took to the green to deliver exciting matches that wowed the crowd of around 200 people.
Hundreds of people gathered around the massive set that crew members had painstakingly assembled over the span of five days to catch a glimpse of the action, slated to air in late June.
The Institute of Texan Cultures shone the spotlight on San Antonio’s Asian community during the 30th annual Asian Festival Saturday.