Changes are coming to the Rivard Report board. After four years, Founding Chairman Richard Schlosberg will leave the board to lead a new community advisory board.
Friday’s second annual CityFest, an urban visioning and public policy festival, seeks to spark civic engagement on topics crucial to San Antonio’s future.
Thought leaders from San Antonio, New York City, Washington, Charlotte, Dallas, and Austin will participate in the second annual San Antonio CityFest.
Robert Hammond, a driving force behind New York City’s High Line park, will be the keynote speaker for the second annual urban ideas festival CityFest.
The decision to go nonprofit was not an easy one, but it was a smart decision for the longterm viability of the enterprise.
Commentary: San Antonio opening its arms to migrants in need is not the story InfoWars came to tell when its personnel arrived in the city.
The San Antonio Express-News first moved into its downtown building at 301 Avenue E 90 years ago. The property is now for sale.
Storytellers Brandon Seale and Brantley Hightower aim to connect listeners with the city’s stories through podcasting, launching new podcasts on Monday.
Ada Babino founded the festival to showcase independent film made by local black filmmakers and celebrate their significant contributions to San Antonio’s culture.
We look forward to hosting many of you at our Wednesday evening reception, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Tell us why you live where you live, how long you’ve been there, what you like and don’t like, what you see as your area’s most pressing issues, and more.
The Rivard Report received a $100,000 grant after participating in a program for local news organizations hosted by Facebook and the Lenfest Institute for Journalism.
Large donations by rich philanthropists and foundations generally have benefited only a handful of new startups and nationally focused nonprofit media.