As shoppers drifted between art galleries and cafes in downtown La Villita on Saturday, men dressed in in hats and coats from the 19thcentury hid behind walls and pillars, staring down their rifles at others dressed as soldiers in the Mexican army.
"30 Poems for the Tricentennial: A Poetic Legacy," an exhibition of poetry and design, is now on view in the Culture Commons Gallery at Plaza de Armas.
The sixth annual OPEN Holiday Market set up local vendors in an unoccupied space on Houston Street for two weekends.
PROM guests will spend Thursday, Oct. 25, in their '80s attire reveling in several historic structures at the Pearl.
Mission Heritage Partners is aiming for a matching grant from the federal government to fund the $300,000 maintenance project at the San Antonio Missions Historical Park.
Too many holiday events? Here are a few options to take a break from all that cheer.
A new mural planned for a car wash on North Fredericksburg Road is a product of inviting community members from the area to contribute ideas.
For the first time, two San Antonians are being honored with the Texas State History Museum Foundation’s History-Making Texan Award.
Originally intended for the Tricentennial, the original opera "Sueños de Béjar" will be postponed until 2021.
PechaKucha is making its debut at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, its largest venue to date.
One week after New Orleans hosted the first of two Tricentennial culinary exchanges, San Antonio returned the favor, welcoming chefs from Louisiana.