Claimed to be the largest illuminated night parade in the U.S., Flambeau offers revelers the chance to gather under the night sky and appreciate local art, music, and culture.
Owner Dean Bardi attributes 80 percent of his business to regulars, some that come five days a week and even twice a day.
Though temperatures hovered between the high 40s and mid-50s, plenty of San Antonians took to the streets to enjoy a car-free trip through the South Side.
Wearing earplugs at a church celebrating God’s love among the deaf and hard of hearing might be puzzling at first, but there’s a very good reason.
The Rivard Report showcases its most meaningful photographs of the events and people that shaped San Antonio in 2018.
Crowds flocked downtown Friday night for the 34th annual H-E-B Christmas Tree Lighting and the Ford Holiday River Parade.
Good weather and free parking helped turn out participants for the 15th Síclovía family-friendly fitness event downtown on Sunday.
There’s a lot on City Council’s plate this year, so Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Robert Rivard will have plenty to talk about on stage at the Pearl Stable on Tuesday, Aug. 14.
Last year, 322,331 men, women, and children of all ages and backgrounds visited the City of San Antonio’s public pools.
Twelve acres of the Mission Reach were set ablaze Tuesday as the River Authority conducted its first controlled burn on three patches of restored prairie.