Jukebox: check. Tabletop arcade: check. Buckets of ice-cold beer: check. That might be typical of a small neighborhood bar, but Kathy’s has its own story.
A trip to the gardening center can often turn into pleasant time spent wandering around a shady oasis of trees and plants. That’s especially true if the store is big enough to require a map.
Albert Gonzales, president of the San Antonio chapter of the Barbarian Motorcycle Ministry, found a life of faith after being involved in crime.
The 71-year-old Alamo Heights Swimming Pool might have closed for good if not for the intervention of an area native who grew up swimming there.
The City anticipates the area surrounding Texas A&M-San Antonio employing at least 15,000 people by 2040. The SA Tomorrow plan is trying to address this growth.
Bandera Late Night Bingo is one of 14 local charity bingo halls managed by the Golden Bingo Family, which operates 20 halls across Texas and has donated more than $10 million to local charities.
Membership has been shrinking in the Elks and other fraternal and service clubs around the nation, but two San Antonio Elks members are fighting the trend.
Today, large puddles of rainwater rest atop a vast surface of cracked clay where the duck pond in the Eden subdivision once flourished.
Raul Ortiz started creating graffiti-style art and lettering as a teen. He now works at Voodoo Tattoos in Denver Heights as the main tattoo artist.
Owner Dean Bardi attributes 80 percent of his business to regulars, some that come five days a week and even twice a day.