It’s time to break out the rainbow flags and any other rainbow-patterned items you might have – Saturday is the annual Pride Festival and Parade!
Commentary: Lack of signage regulation enforcement at Alamo Plaza cheapens the visitor experience.
Camp Founder Girls was modeled on a summer camp founded in 1924 by San Antonio resident Mattie Landry. The camp was one of the first summer camps for black girls in the country.
*Sponsored* “Into A New West” features Western contemporary art, from the 1960s to present, that challenges the conventions of traditional Western art.
Commentary: Transportation options are vital for our 37 million annual visitors to navigate San Antonio and experience everything our city has to offer.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden now offers $3 admission to SNAP and WIC carholders in an effort to increase accessibilty to low income families.
A new documentary film by Noi Mahoney, “Hap Veltman’s San Antonio Country,” screens free at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Bonham Exchange.
The exhibit explores how artistic and cultural movements of the 1960s influenced the conceptions and practices of Western art.
Happy summer solstice! Celebrate the longest day of the year with free yoga or a culinary demonstration at San Antonio Botanical Garden. You’ve got options.
City Council was originally supposed to vote on new lease terms for Market Square business owners. The vote has been rescheduled for August.
Singer-songwriter Will Beeley will celebrate the release of Highways & Heart Attacks with an acoustic show at the Lonesome Rose on Sunday.