Because of drought conditions, the Bexar County Fire Marshal has ordered fireworks vendors not to sell rocket- and missile-style fireworks.
While the Vigil for Humanity was a quiet yet defiant protest, the Noise Demo planned by Cosecha Texas was intended to be loud and unruly.
The donut maker has partnered with the soft drink maker to offer the Big Red doughnut at its Texas stores on Sundays this summer.
With the massive redevelopment project happening in phases, there’s always something new popping up at the park-centric Hemisfair District.
It’s a move industry professionals say would place San Antonio in league with other Texas cities when competing for leisure visitors, meetings, and conventions.
After Publisher Nina Duran announced last week that the paper was folding immediately, La Prensa Texas found its way to newsstands on Sunday.
With 65 members and a new board, the San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce has set its major goals for the coming year.
Giles-Parscale founder Jill Giles will serve as creative director of the newly branded Giles Design Bureau, which employs 15 people.
Developers plan to make the tiny house’s lot on lower Broadway the site of a multistory building, according to design renderings.
Between toasts to friendships new and old, the kind of trade talks that commemorated 300 years of shared history were brewing in Shiner Country this week.