Cured Chef Steven McHugh attended the James Beard Awards ceremony in Chicago as a finalist for “Best Chef” of the Southwest.
Hundreds watched the military’s finest demonstrate discipline, precision, and esprit de corps, during the first of a two-day military appreciation event commemorating San Antonio’s 300th birthday.
Fort Sam Houston officials are putting out the welcome mat May 5 and 6 for a showcase of the city’s tradition of military service during its Tricentennial.
The Tricentennial Founders’ Day Gala featured an entertainment program marking SA’s major historical milestones in a timeline of spoken word, song, and dance.
For the 300th birthday of multicultural San Antonio, international guests at the Founder’s Gala will include delegates from Sister Cities.
James Avery Artisan Jewelry announced the death of its founder, James Avery, on Monday. He was 96. Avery built a legendary jewelry empire from what began as a one-man endeavor in a two-car garage.
A merger announced Sunday of San Antonio-based Andeavor and Marathon Petroleum will yield the No. 1 U.S. refiner by capacity.
Visit San Antonio has dedicated about $3.5 million to getting the word out to potential tourists about the city’s Tricentennial celebration.
National political conventions can payoff in massive media exposure, tax revenues and millions in federal funding, but the upfront costs for a city are considerable.
Fiesta, the “party with a purpose,” annually contributes millions of dollars in economic impact to San Antonio, but also to local charities, both big and small.