Our city relies on tourism, but that doesn’t mean we should forget that it is ours. We don’t need to put Alamo Plaza behind glass to make it more sacred.
The Sheerin family recently gifted Parisian artist Theodore Gentilz’s paintings depicting San Antonio’s early life to the San Antonio Museum of Art.
City Council reviewed the renderings and an economic impact report of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment Wednesday.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum’s 2017 Night of Artists Art Sale & Exhibition will run through May 14 and features paintings, sculptures, and mixed media art.
Longtime San Antonio favorite Buttercup is debuting its new album, Battle of Flowers, with a live concert Friday, April 14, at the Empire Theater.
The opportunity for reflection on history is at the core of the Alamo Master Plan, which is slowly working its way toward a first draft this summer.
By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
The beauty of the festival is its ability to create intimacy in presenting Grammy-nominated artists while also making local talent seem larger than life.
Ballet San Antonio’s dancers migrated from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to the nearby greenspace to wow spectators with their skill and grace.
Galium aparine is the most common and widespread species of cleavers, known in San Antonio as “velcro plant,” among many other other nicknames.
San Antonio Book Festival planners, including 500 volunteers, work year round to plan the single day event.