Do you hear those sleigh bells jingling? See those lights twinkling? San Antonio is getting ready for the holidays this weekend.
Lake Flato Architects was named 2019’s top architecture firm by Architect magazine, and is the first Texas firm to be awarded that spot.
Historic Sunset Station is now called “The Espee,” and its owners plan to redesign the former railroad depot and host more live music events.
SPONSORED: Chef Tim McDiarmid leads a culinary tour every summer through Italy’s famed Cinque Terre region, with registration now open for the 2020 trip.
Twenty-four hours before his death, President John F. Kennedy drove past Cambridge Elementary School in Alamo Heights. A monument will honor the event.
As part of the redevelopment of the historic battle site and surrounding Alamo Plaza, crews will deconstruct the Cenotaph and reassemble it less than 500 feet to the south.
The American Institute of Architects celebrated its annual People + Place awards Tuesday night.
The SAY Sí arts program announced Tuesday that it will relocate to a new, larger facility on the West Side.
In February, the Alamo Trust, Tobin Endowment, and San Antonio Symphony will present an Alamo-themed musical, “Remember.” Tickets go on sale Dec. 1.
“What Hip-hop Said When I Looked In The Mirror” is a poem by Willy Palomo for the Viva Macondo digital chapbook.
Opera San Antonio has hired Lauren Meeker as artistic director and Francesco Milioto as music director.