At one of the kickoff events to Fiesta, guests sampled regional Texas cuisine, along with a dish from chefs from San Antonio’s German sister city.
With construction on Civic Park starting later this year, Hemisfair is asking the public to help plan the downtown district’s next stage: Tower Park.
Train travel from San Antonio to Austin or points beyond is not rapid or especially convenient, but travelers say it’s affordable and really comfortable.
Among the U.S. players competing against Switzerland in the Fed Cup April 20-21 in San Antonio are eighth-ranked Sloane Stephens and No. 14 Madison Keys.
The contest launched by BiblioTech, Bexar County’s all-digital library, seeks to make indie-published authors more accessible to a broader audience.
San Antonio’s roller derby team elicits the same sort of thrill as professional wrestling, with skaters adopting on-track alter egos and zany nicknames.
San Antonio citizens and military personnel paid their respects at Fort Sam Houston to 17 veterans who died with no next of kin.
The 33rd edition of PechaKucha drew crowds to the San Antonio Museum of Art for an evening full of local history and Fiesta spirit.
Vol. 33 of San Antonio’s PechaKucha Night is coming to the San Antonio Museum of Art on April 2.
A matching grant of $1 million from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission will go toward constructing additional amenities at Pearsall Park.